Putting finishing touches on exhibit

Officer Jim Potts looks on as JCHS criminal justice students Oakland Slone and Abagael Hicks put the finishing touches on an exhibit as part of last night’s dinner to honor county-wide first responders. The display uses symbols to recognize sacrifices made by the more than 400 firefighters, police officers, EMS personnel and others who died at the World Trade Center, as well as hundreds more who have succumbed to related diseases since. – MARK BROWN | THE STANDARD BANNER

According to snippets from the Marist Mindset List, which gauges where college freshmen are in terms of history and cultural understanding, for those who have just begun their first year of college:

• Cal Ripken, Jr., has always been retired.

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