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It feels like dancing in a grave yard. I should be celebrating. Seven years after Nashoba Valedictorian Alex Ablavsky challenged the Nashoba Community at graduation to reconsider the use of the chieftain mascot the school committee last night voted unanimously for its retirement.

As the local newspaper notes most of the debate was about process how can we give local…

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