October 4, 2004

Selling anti-depressants in school

This morning's Ithaca Journal is pretty quiet about Dryden, with the first mention of Dryden in the Monitor. A 15-year-old girl at Dryden High School was selling prescription drugs to other students, and she and a 14-year-old customer were arrested over the sale of sample packets of Lexapro, an anti-depressant. There was also a theft reported on Midline Road.

On the opinion page, Nicholas Hyduke of Dryden vents his anger at President Bush, suggesting that Bush "stay in office for four more years, during which time the president and his pals figure out how to return our national budget to the wonderful balance it was in when they took office, or we impeach him for breaking his oath." Hyduke wants that impeachment to be "the kind of spanking you get with your daddy's belt."

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