Westfield:
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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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Garwood:
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Region:
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Editorial: Thank You, Veterans, For Your Sacrifices in Keeping America Free...
Armistice Day symbolizes the end of World War I in 1918, when guns fell silent on the Western Front at the 11th hour, 11th day, the 11th month. The “War to end all wars.” Unfortunately for the world, that didn’t hold true. We’ve had many other horrors of war, and we continue today in Iraq and Afghanistan.

SHARED SERVICES...The Veterans Day ceremony in Scotch Plains receives an assist from Westfield Bellmaster John Panosh as he enlisted help from the DPW to cart over the town bell to ring in the unveiling of the Scotch Plains Korean War Memorial Clock on Tuesday. Pictured is Scotch Plains resident and Korean War veteran Don Wussler (right) unveiling the clock financed by funds from the community in a drive led by Mr. Wussler.

This Week's Cartoon 
Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Schedule Note

GETTING ANOTHER TOUCHDOWN...Blue Devil Ricardo Johnson, No. 31, shoots through a hole in the Raiders’ defense for a 19-yard TD. Johnson also had a one-yard TD run and a 51-yard TD run.

Week In Sports: Raider Soccer Boys Stagger Mendham Minutemen; Blue Devils Roll Past Raiders In Big Football Rivalry; Blue Devil Boys Place Third, Girls Fourth at X-C Sections; Union Stuns Blue Devils, In NJSIAA Soccer Shootout; SPF Soccer Raiders Tip Nutley Lady Raiders - Photos



Student Election Art

PRESIDENTIAL CARICATURES:
Student artwork lampoons Obama, McCain
SOMETHING BREWING:
'Coffee with Conscience' adds Boggia, Tannen
WHS PRODUCTION:
Fall comedy set in contemporary art Museum
JAMES MANNO:
Superstar of WF music school uses art to teach
POPCORN:
Pride and Glory - Shamelessly Typical (2 popcorns)

LET FREEDOM SING...The Harmony Grits perform “The National Anthem” in acapella fashion during Veterans Day festivities in Scotch Plains. Pictured, left to right, are: Allan Betau, David McFall, Matt Snodgrass, Jeff Maglietta and David Powers.

Devil's Den: Thirty Years Later, And In Love Again


Should I Stay or Should I Go?

Government Reform Thought: The Federal government is considering using taxpayer money to bail out  General Motors, in debt due to unrealistic pension promises to unions. Millions of American taxpayers do not have pensions such as promised irresponsibly by General Motors. Stop robbing these taxpayers and force 
General Motors and their unions to renegotiate reasonable arrangements.
- See Year-to-date Reform Thoughts.

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