From left, Trina Paul, Maddie Baden and Kali Poenitske receive hats and books from journalism organizations. They were three of the six journalists at Pittsburg High School whose article in the student paper led to the resignation of the incoming principal.
From left, Trina Paul, Maddie Baden and Kali Poenitske receive hats and books from journalism organizations. They were three of the six journalists at Pittsburg High School whose article in the student paper led to the resignation of the incoming principal. Oliver Morrison File photo
From left, Trina Paul, Maddie Baden and Kali Poenitske receive hats and books from journalism organizations. They were three of the six journalists at Pittsburg High School whose article in the student paper led to the resignation of the incoming principal. Oliver Morrison File photo

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