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Highland Middle School students held "Hat Day" Friday to raise money for classmate Suncerria Uditsky, who was killed in a bicycle accident. Here Colton Brooks checks out Patirck Sawyer's Tasmanican devil hat.
Highland staff, students donate more than $1,500 to help classmate's family
Despite being a fresh face in the halls, students and staff honored Suncerria's memory this week raising more than $1,500 in cash donations and $300 in gift cards as well as a food basket to support her family through their grief.
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- Highland staff, students donate more than $1,500 to help classmate's family
Pendleton Heights, Frankton to meet for net title
Pendleton Heights and Frankton advanced to today's Madison County Championship title match after posting very different victories. The Lady Arabian tennis team advanced after defeating the Alexandria Tigers 4-1. For Frankton, it came down to a No. 1 singles tie-breaker to put away Lapel.
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- Pendleton Heights, Frankton to meet for net title
Paranormal investigators visit Paramount
The Paranormal Answers Research Team, a group of investigators who travel to alleged haunting sites, recently visited the Paramount Theatre to see if the building filled with history is also filled with ghosts.
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- Paranormal investigators visit Paramount
Editorial: Anderson Independence Day parade should be a lot of fun
Every community should celebrate and should mark the passing of time with observances and festivals that bring joy and reflect a keen commitment to quality of life. So it's good that the city of Anderson has chosen to resuscitate its Independence Day parade.
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- Editorial: Anderson Independence Day parade should be a lot of fun