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A Win for Winter, a Loss for Cotter

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Peter Badciong, Cotter junior, longingly looks out the window on January 18.

As the scene was getting whiter by the minute, Peter prayed we would have an early-out, in hopes that his bike wouldn’t get stuck in the snow. Rumors had fled in that we would be released at 2:30, but as the clock ticked 2:31, students’ dreams were crushed.

All after school activities were canceled for the day.  There have been no snow days or late starts for the 2018-19 school year thus far.

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