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May 21, 1999

  • NEWS: Unified Force Takes Election

    Only one of three incumbent school board candidates survived election day contests held earlier this week. Nancy Callari won a third term on the board as first-time candidates, Rose Walker and Diana D'Antuono-DePalma, defeated incumbents, Robert Pavacic and Mary E. Carton. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Gun Found in High School, Four Arrested

    Four students at Hicksville High School were arrested on Tuesday after a gun was found in the locker of one of the students. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: 5th Grade Lacrosse Team Squares Off Against Massapequa

    Sunday, May 16, proved to be this Hicksville's teams finest game yet. Their hard work and dedication to improving their game really paid off as these 17 boys rallied to keep this hard hitting, aggressive Massapequa team in check. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Fifth Grade Pal Division II Lacrosse Routs Sachem

    On Sunday, May 16, the fifth grade division II Lacrosse team traveled east to Sachem and came away with a resounding 9-0 victory. It is rare indeed to have a shutout in lacrosse, but defensemen, Kevin Kleeman, Danny and Richie Schmidt (1 goal), Kevin Mack, and Craig Davis smothered the Sachem offense, allowing only nine shots to be taken on goalie Kenny Kowalski, who made some spectacular saves. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Hicksville
  • OPINION: A Great Success



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