A pile of candy corn, center, was still visible Friday afternoon after the candy was dumped on the ground and stuck on doors Friday at Panther Creek High School amid the ongoing controversy over a quote in the school yearbook about candy corn and women’s rights.
A pile of candy corn, center, was still visible Friday afternoon after the candy was dumped on the ground and stuck on doors Friday at Panther Creek High School amid the ongoing controversy over a quote in the school yearbook about candy corn and women’s rights. Hannah Bonet
A pile of candy corn, center, was still visible Friday afternoon after the candy was dumped on the ground and stuck on doors Friday at Panther Creek High School amid the ongoing controversy over a quote in the school yearbook about candy corn and women’s rights. Hannah Bonet
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Candy corn dumped at high school after yearbook quote on women’s rights

June 02, 2017 04:15 PM

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