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Flight MH370: Still Lost

March 17, 2014
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Flight MH370: Still Lost

Recently world media was sent into a flurry of speculation over the mysterious disappearance of Flight MH370. A regularly-scheduled flight between Indonesia and China, the flight mysteriously disappeared from radar control and then went missing. Pilot logs give no indication that there was a hijacking or that the situation was in anyway abnormal. At...
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Teens for Jeans

December 2, 2013
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Teens for Jeans

Teens for Jeans, a jean drive sponsored by Aeropostale and DoSomething.org, has come to CC. This week, until Friday, December 6th, students can leave their own gently used jeans in the collection box in the Learning Commons. Aeropostale, the popular teen clothing retailer, has teamed up with DoSomething.org to start the Teens for Jeans...
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CC News: “Extreme Fun.”

November 18, 2013
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CC News: “Extreme Fun.”

At CC we have our own newspaper; we have our own radio station; and we will soon have our own news channel. Concord-Carlisle Television (CCTV), a nonprofit organization headquartered in the I building that plays on Channel 99 and at ConcordTV.org, is starting a new series of broadcasts on CCHS called CC News. Kester...
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First Indian-American crowned as Miss America

September 30, 2013
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First Indian-American crowned as Miss America

Nina Davuluri, this year’s Miss New York, was recently crowned the 2014 Miss America. The Miss America pageant took place in Atlantic City, New Jersey on September 15. Davuluri, who is the second Miss New York to win in the past two years, was the first Indian-American to win Miss America. Davuluri studied at...
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The Senkaku Island dispute

November 6, 2012
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The Senkaku Island dispute

For several weeks, China and Japan were locked in a heated dispute over the Senkaku Islands and the surrounding gas fields. Japanese businesses in China were boycotted and even attacked and now protestors are taking to the streets in China. Similar events developed in Japan and there was widespread anger across the two countries...
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School dances: Why are they failing?

April 2, 2012
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You remember the Signature Dance, right?  Or do you?  The identification-themed all-school dance was scheduled to be held on February 10th at 7:30 Pm.  Those attending were to bring white T-shirts so their friends could sign them.  However, on the day of the dance, the Daily Bulletin announced that the event had been cancelled...
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Communities say “yes” to CCHS

November 21, 2011
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Communities say “yes” to CCHS

Just last week, both the towns of Concord and Carlisle voted on the plans to build a new high school, plans that would be completed in time for the 2015-2016 school year. The whole project will cost $92.5 million, but the state has agreed to contribute $28 million. This plan was approved just in...
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Campus undergoes surprise drug search

February 28, 2011
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Concord-Carlisle students got a taste of the feel of a Hollywood set for a crime drama earlier this month as school officials and policemen, complete with drug-sniffing dogs, conducted a narcotics search of the campus.  No illegal substances were found, a fact that the administration praises; however, school officials still caution of and condemn...
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