Fight Disrupts School Board Retreat

Branch, Al
October 2000
Curriculum Administrator;Oct2000, Vol. 36 Issue 9, p12
Reports on the scuffle involving John Hammer, editor of 'The Rhinoceros Times,' and Keith Green, school board member at Guilford County, North Carolina. Cause of the clash; Warrants sworn out by Hammer against Green.


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