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Heritage Hills High School senior Clara Laughlin, left, and junior Nikki Welch taped notebook paper to the windshield of senior Kane Harpe’s truck in the school parking lot Monday. The girls have been engaged in a prank war with Harpe that started during cross country season last fall. The idea behind the prank was to wrap Harpe’s truck in wrapping paper, but the girls ran out. …

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