Web pages that drew a Greenwood, Ark., parent's protest because of the way they depicted athletes and band members shouldn't be a black mark on the records of two honor students who were suspended for creating the pages, a federal judge said.

The judge ordered that no record of the suspensions linger in the students' records--and he ordered administrators never to mention that the pair had once been wrongly suspended.

Laura Neal, on behalf of her son Justin Neal, and Ryan Kuhl filed a lawsuit in late August against the

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