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This may be the first convention they've covered, but these middle schoolers are seasoned journalists

By Irene Sege
Globe Staff / July 26, 2004

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NEWTON -- Among the 15,000 journalists expected to cover the Democratic National Convention this week will be a dozen who are too young to drive themselves to their assignments. Some have not yet hit 5 feet tall, which is why their coverage of General Wesley Clark's bid for the presidency included the tidbit that the reporters "asked these questions with ... (Full Article: 1465 Words)

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