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Wolf gets his day in court
Students who participated were: Bottom row, left to right: Caitlyn Rykard (Mrs. Wolf), Savanna Malone (Mrs. Wolf), October White (defense attorney), Gracie Pritchard (judge), Maya McGill (judge), Dustin Norris (pig No. 1) and Joseph Norris (pig No. 1); middle row, left to right: Dajon Miller (court reporter), Ruby Clark (prosecutor), Kayla Mize (prosecutor), Eric Moseley (pig No. 2), Janell Brown (bird), Kyle Winkels (wolf-defendant) and Jadon Carstarphen (pig No. 3); top row, left to right: Layton Woods (bailiff), Amari Bradsher (bird), Alexis Barnes (defense attorney), Nicholas Bennett (pig No. 3), Nolan Dickens (wolf-defendant), Thomas Neely (pig No. 2) and Kimberly Boucher (third-grade teacher). - photo by Photo provided.
Kimberly Boucher’s third-grade Liberty Elementary class held a mock trial on Sept. 13 for the Big Bad Wolf. 

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