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Central names Homecoming royalty

Jake Steding and Melanie Faber were named Homecoming king and queen at Grand Forks Central High School on Monday night. Other members of the royal court are Melissa Ege, Jasmine Eppelsheimer, Daiquan Gardner, Aaron Muz, Samantha Praus and Will Wood.

Jake Steding and Melanie Faber were named Homecoming king and queen at Grand Forks Central High School on Monday night.

Other members of the royal court are Melissa Ege, Jasmine Eppelsheimer, Daiquan Gardner, Aaron Muz, Samantha Praus and Will Wood. The royal court was announced at the bonfire Monday night on the greenway east of Central High School.

The coronation ceremony will be at 2 p.m. Friday in the Central gym.

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