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FC Board Recognizes Students
By Stephanie Everett

After several recommendations from teachers, Jordan Underwood was named Outstanding Senior at Forest City Regional for the month of February. During the March 8 school board meeting, Forest City Regional Principal Christine Acevedo praised Underwood for “exemplifying everything we want here at Forest City.” Acevedo quoted a teacher as stating that Underwood is an “extremely diligent worker,” regularly spending extra time at the school, despite undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatments. The teacher added that Underwood “drives us to do our best as teachers.”

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Tough Snow Day In Harford
By Ted Brewster

The biggest snowstorm of the season, the night and days of February 25-26, put a lot of stress on Harford Township road crews and their equipment. Officially, the snowfall was about 14 inches, but to many it must have seemed like much more. And it was a major topic at the Supervisors’ meeting on March 9.

Supervisor and Roadmaster Terry VanGorden said that township equipment suffered two breakdowns, including a truck that rolled onto its side after sliding backward down Charles Road from the intersection with U.S. Route 11. The driver was not injured, but was taken to a hospital for examination just to be sure. “If something could go wrong in this storm, it did,” said Mr. VanGorden.

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