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The World Peace Game encourages students divided among imaginary countries to negotiate and collaborate to solve global crises and achieve international prosperity. Two mountain private schools have teamed up to bring the game to Frisco in early August, and a free documentary screening about the game will be shown at the County Commons building (Frisco public library) on Wednesday, June 24, at 5 p.m.
Will May / World Peace Game Foundation |

The top stories of the day from the Wednesday, June 24 edition of the Summit Daily News.

Court awaits jury decision following closing statements in Frisco murder trial

Summit County students to participate in World Peace Game

Take 5: An interview with ‘70s track champ Steve Heidenreich

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