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Retired educator Lynda Bradbury VanArtsdalen gives her eyewitness account of the deadly school shooting on May 1, 1992.
|Lindhurst Shooting: 20 Years Later: Mary Stickle|
Mary Stickle talks about losing her son Jason White in the deadly school shooting on May 1, 1992.
|Lindhurst Shooting: 20 Years Later. Joe Ann Hill|
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Lindhurst shooting: 'The most horrendous day'
Twenty years after four people were killed and 10 others were injured in a campus shooting at Lindhurst High School, scars remain with people affected by the tragedy. In this special report, the Appeal-Democrat talks to mothers of two victims, along with a teacher who witnessed the shooting. Reporter Ashley Gebb analyzes what's changed at the school, such as security measures and scholarships established in honor of the victims. Click the links below for an in-depth look at how the tragedy changed lives in the Yuba-Sutter area and beyond.
- May 1, 2012 -- Scholarship funds in victims’ honor depleted
- May 1, 2012 -- Tragedy raised security at Yuba-Sutter high schools
- May 1, 2012 -- Some relive pain of deadly siege, while others try to forget
- April 28, 2007 -- School shooting turns unwanted attention to Lindhurst
- May 01, 2002 -- Lindhurst marks tragedy
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