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Pejko leaves it late in the game. But luckily Marden said 'yes.'
Men in black, Pink shirts and scarves, soccer tops all in the view of boosting school spirit.
New state standards will see more colored veggies, fruits, less corn and a hike in costs.
Three-sport defensive standout takes her skills to Division 2 school.
AP/Honors foursome defeats last year's over-all champs in National Economics Challenge.
Added revenue, transfers sees nearly $800K in red ink drain away.
Record haul – $38,000 more than previous year – will fund educational programs.
Coach Marino's best start to a season as offense takes charge.
Dr. Michael Harvey one of four to make public interview round. Decision will be made in May.
Scharfman named Secretary for the coming year.
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