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National Champions

By NIKKI SMITH,

Petal High School student Jaelin Imanni Montgomery placed fifth in the National Speech and Debate Tournament, which was held June 18-23.

More than 150,000 student members make up the National Speech and Debate Association (NSDA).



Marching On

By BYNUM GUSTAFSON,

To make the most of a difficult situation, some Petal students will be required to put their best foot forward – in the most literal sense of the phrase.

Petal High School Marching band recently began the start of their band camp for their 2017 marching season.












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