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Graduates say farewell to WCHS
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It drew a hearty chuckle from the Nunley Stadium crowd when one of the keynote speakers proclaimed the new graduates were now adults and would no longer need help from their parents.Full-blown independence, probably not. But high school graduates, definitely so.A total of 450 Warren County students iced their high school careers Friday night during a graduation ceremony that featured rapping, inflatable toys, and countless selfies.Valedictorians Bella Smith and Bailey Barnes provided inspiration from the podium with a pair of well-delivered speeches.“Don’t let anybody put you in a box. Don’t let anybody convince you that you’re inferior,” said Smith.She said growing up with two siblings who were also WCHS valedictorians was “no pressure at all.”

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