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SAT, ACT exams approach

Some Concord High School students busy with assignments and college applications  may also have testing to consider. The next administration of the SAT exam is Dec. 3. Students can take the ACT test the following weekend, on Dec. 10. Additional test dates for 2016-2017 are as follows: January 21, March 11, May 6 and June 3 for the SAT, and February 11, April 8 and June 10 for the ACT. …

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    Spenser Beaupre: “Just stay calm”
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Sports

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    Serves up!
    The Concord High School volleyball tournament will take place Monday, November 7, from 3:30-6:00 p.m. in the Concord Hi
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    Lace ’em up
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    Homecoming pride
    Senior Lea-Ann Downs watches the scoreboard as she sits by a rainbow flag at the Homecoming football game Sept. 24. Var
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