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Editor's Corner

At Norfolk’s annual Town Meeting, residents approved an article that authorized the town to provide $207,000 for its share of the proposed turf field at King Philip Regional High School. Now either Plainville or Wrentham voters have to approve funding for the field at their town meetings before the project can move forward.
The school district’s agreement with the towns spells out only two of the three towns have to approve the expenditure. Plainville Town Meeting is June 1, while Wrentham Town Meeting is June 8.

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KP Softball Squad Aiming For Tourney Success

The King Philip softball team had a 16-4 record last year but was eliminated from tourney play in its opening matchup, bowing to Weymouth after compiling an 11-game winning streak to end the regular season.
The Warriors may have been too optimistic or over-confident then but Norm Beauchemin, KP’s third-year coach, firmly believes that several key ingredients for playoff success must be prevalent if his Warriors are to advance deep and be contenders for a sectional or state crown.

Remembrances and Awareness at Walk of Tears

On a bright, clear Sunday morning in early May, over 100 King Philip and Franklin High School students took part in the annual SADD Walk of Tears. Held in memory of Maura Howard, a graduate of KP High School, and Amy Callaghan, a graduate of Franklin High School, both victims of drunk driving, the Walk raised over $2000 for SADD programs and scholarships at the two high schools.