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Part 2. Due to a misunderstanding, not all the Alameda High School graduates were listed in the Sun’s special edition on June 18. We are very sorry this happened. The missing graduates are listed below.

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Leo Adams, Mohammad Elhan Alam, Zachary Albers, Miranda Allen Anderson, Ezzaddin Altareb, Jennifer Alvarez, Joshua Alvarez, Alani Alves, Chloe Amaden, Zachary Aman, Sindhu Ananthavel, Jonathan Andrews, Kyles Arndt, Ashot Avanesyan, Jayda Aviles.

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Isabel Guadalupe Acosta, Miriam Herrera Alcantara, Gilburt Joshua Alcontin, Ahmed Abdulreheem Aljunaidi, Turkey (Adam) Alsharabi, Calvin Levele Armstrong, Justin Matteo Asti, Emerald Renee Banks, Rafael James Phinney Baskette, Kobe Michael Boulware, Lonzo Brandon Brown, Wyatt Michael Byroads. 

Unfortunately the Alameda Sun was not able to obtain a list of the Alameda Community Learning Center’s (ACLC) list of graduates by press time. The Sun is looking forward to publishing the names of the ACLC grads in a future issue. In the meantime, Cooper Boyle (right) represents his fellow graduates. He will be attending the University of California at Santa Cruz. 

Independence Day is quickly approaching and, whether it is due to the months of shelter-in-place or the recent civil protests, people will be understandably looking for ways to blow off steam. For some, sparklers and confetti poppers are enough to celebrate the Fourth of July.  Others, like the Alameda man found with 500 pounds of illegal fireworks, may be looking for a little more “bang.”

At 2:40 a.m., Thursday, June 19, California Highway Patrol made an enforcement stop on a white Dodge Caravan speeding along westbound Interstate 80 near Leisure Town Road in Vacaville. They cited the 23-year-old driver, an Alameda resident, for driving more than 100 mph while traveling with two unrestrained young children and about 500 pounds of illegal fireworks. CHP stated that the fireworks were in plain sight. The officers called the Vacaville Fire Department to assist them with disposing of the illegal items.

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