Palisade High School takes on cyberbullies

Photo by Dean Humphrey—Cablevision executive Trent Anderson speaks during an assembly Wednesday at Palisade High School as it launched a campaign against cyberbullying. Cablevision, the company that owns area cable television provider Optimum, is sponsoring a poster contest with prizes as part of the campaign. U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., is at left.



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Photo by Dean Humphrey—Cablevision executive Trent Anderson speaks during an assembly Wednesday at Palisade High School as it launched a campaign against cyberbullying. Cablevision, the company that owns area cable television provider Optimum, is sponsoring a poster contest with prizes as part of the campaign. U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., is at left.

Telecommunications provider Optimum donated $2,000 to Palisade High School and launched an anti-cyberbullying poster contest Wednesday afternoon at the school. The money will benefit…




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