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Front Page
Crucible curtain rises tonight as witching hour looms
Kirk leaves fond memories for new challenges
News
Rolling Meadows recon provides image of block
Social Sciences resequence to fit needs
WE sends Cortes to Belize and Beyond
Heat turned up for candidates by pupil skepticism
Parking privileges, prom threatened by DT’s
Early bird reviewers feel pressure of exam
Clock strikes midnight for post prom party
Features
Fledgling fitness days look to exorcise gym class doldrums
HERO sews compassion into quilting outreach efforts
Youngsters taste language through immersion day
State competitions perch on spring’s horizon
Oshkosh voting not enough to maintain Idol connection
Chicago pilgrimage bathes students in fine art of history
Sports
Twirling team hones new routine for world baton competition
March Madness echoes past glories for former standout
Tracksters defy flurries as indoor season begins
Russell leads Oshkosh Gymnastics Center
In Depth
Fairy tale fulfilled; Randall brings glory to his father’s house
Entertainment
Elder Scrolls sequel rescues industry from brink of Oblivion
Virtual violence fails to satisfy as viewers opt to Stay home
EA spoils gamers with mafioso mayhem any ‘family’ can love
Heavy-handed fantasy dishes out allegory tinged by flame
Platform adaptation puts Worms in palms of players’ hands
Lackluster Hills leave audiences ‘Craven’ for a better plot
Local music scene Reborn as Dignity survives studio stress
Opinion
ID scans offer quick lunch line solution

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