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At the drop out factory of Oregon (Reynolds High School)Is now yet in trouble again. Reynolds High
School is now accused of censoring the news, earlier this week they took a page out of Opinion,section of the Oregonian the reason was, "to protect a staff member from embarrassment" Later that week they tried to take out the first page of the Oregonian, Well when a staff member caught them, and that staff member went to a higher source, That higher source prevented it from happening, The news on that page was about "The dropout factorys" So the staff had to put the newspapers back together in a haste before the school day started. In another note their school one year their news paper had an article about censoring books. In there newspaper, It was said, "We believe that the students can make there own choices about what Literature was appropriate."
As many of you know Reynolds High School is the only
reported dropout factory in Oregon.

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Jake Long says ... on Thursday, Nov 1 at 11:06 AM

That is BS they are ruining the freedom of the press the ACLU should be informed

Yvan Arnwankle says ... on Thursday, Nov 1 at 8:19 PM

Dang it seems Reynolds Just cant stay out of the news. But you cant blame them its not their fault, They were looking out for their students best intrests. There school newspaper is just written by some students so it really dosn't matter

Forget the ACLU says ... on Saturday, Dec 1 at 1:55 PM

Make the teaches write a 250 page esay on our constitutional rights.

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