School Yearbooks Plagued by Errors, Pranks
Rash of Incidents Leads to Tightened Oversight of Student Publications
Not many high school yearbook pranks get the attention of the U.S. Secret Service.
But when someone on the yearbook staff at Mesa Ridge High School in Colorado Springs, Colo., put “Most Likely to Assassinate President Bush” under the photo of a classmate, the federal law-enforcement agency visited the campus to investigate.
Newspaper accounts say the investigation was quickly closed, though the Secret Service has no official comment, said Tom...
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