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A nationwide walkout

A nationwide walkout

Madelyn Bugdonovitch, Student Writer

March 14, 2018


Filed under Editorials, National & World News

From 2013 to 2018, there has been 290 shootings in and on school property in the United States. That large number continues to grow exponentially every year. We, as a country, have come to feel perturbed. As many can agree, this violence has gone on for too long and has taken too many innocent...

Are schools safe?

Are schools safe?

Harley LaRue, Student Writer and Editor

March 12, 2018


Filed under Editorials, National & World News

The United States was stunned to silence once again in the new year. Between January 1st and February 15th, eighteen school shootings have occurred. Big and little towns around the country have been targeted, and the fatalities are shocking. While no one was hurt in eight of these shootings, this number...

Winter Olympic Winners 2018

Winter Olympic Winners 2018

Harley LaRue, Writer and Editor

March 8, 2018


Filed under National & World News

As the Pyeongchang (평창) Winter Olympic Games were getting started, all eyes were on the medal count. History was made during the 2018 Olympics with the first American female to land a triple axel and the first American man to win silver for the Men's Olympic Luge along with many other accomplishm...

Winter Olympics

Winter Olympics

Nate Kreitzer, Student Writer

February 9, 2018


Filed under National & World News

On Wednesday, the 2018 Winter Olympics began and the US is working towards gold. This year the athletes are preforming in PyeongChang, South Korea. It is supposed to be the coldest Winter Olympics ever, as PyeongChang dropped below 5 degrees on Wednesday, and it was 9 degrees during the Opening Ceremony. PyeongChang is...

World news 1/29/17

World news 1/29/17

Liam Carcieri, Student Writer

February 1, 2018


Filed under National & World News

The Taliban have claimed responsibility for a recent suicide bombing in Kabul, Afghanistan. The bomber drove an ambulance up to a checkpoint near the European Union consulate and set off their explosives. The resulting blast killed a minimum of 95 people and injured a further 158. Most of the casualties...

Spice up your winter

Eric Jeffries, Student Writer

January 31, 2018


Filed under Community News

If you are a teenager living in Northeast Pennsylvania, trying to figure out what to do on a Saturday night with your friends, there is no doubt that one of them said, “There’s nothing to do in NEPA except going out to eat.” Then you end up going to Gerry’s or Angelo’s again for the same am...

This Week in History: Jan 29th

Elias Miller

January 29, 2018


Filed under National & World News

1st - Thursday, 1893 Thomas Edison finishes construction of the first motion picture studio, the black maria. 2nd - Friday, In  Punxsutawney Pennsylvania the first groundhogs day. 29th - Monday, 1861, Kansas is admitted as the 34th state. 30th - Tuesday, 1911, The destroyer USS. Terry makes...

World news week of 1/22/18

World news week of 1/22/18

Liam Carcieri, Student Writer

January 25, 2018


Filed under National & World News

The Trump administration is due to end the provisional residency permits of roughly 200,000 Salvadorans. These permits were issued in 2001 when two large earthquakes rocked the country of El Salvador, causing a humanitarian crisis and many Salvadorans came to the U.S. A large number of these immigrants...

AI vs the world

AI vs the world

Dawson Hughes, Student writer

January 24, 2018


Filed under National & World News

The future is here! Well, it is up and coming at least. Automation is the newest and most talked about trend that is widely being acknowledged by small businesses and corporations, also by the regular day to day person. It is a scary thought to some yet a valuable idea to others. This is because the...

Girl Scouts honor Veterans

Girl Scouts honor Veterans

Destiny Geahr, Student Writer

January 23, 2018


Filed under Community News

  http://citizensvoice.com/arts-living/girl-scout-power-1.2284657 On Saturday, December 23, Girl Scouts from around the area went around to 300 grave sites and honored our deceased Veterans. Michelle Pegarella, Courtney Capie, Kayla Sincavage, Kaitlyn Pegarella, and Karlee Yuscavage all assisted in the event. Two of ...

Frozen pipes?

Frozen pipes?

Kimberly Smith, Student Writer

January 23, 2018


Filed under National & World News

Winter may be the most beautiful time of year, but not when your pipes freeze up. There has been a huge problem lately with the pipes in our area because of the frigid weather. As a result of the high cost of hiring a plumber, many residents have decided to take matters in their own hands. Common...

This Week in History Jan. 22nd-26th

Elias Miller, Student Writer

January 22, 2018


Filed under National & World News

Monday the 22nd -1917 President Woodrow Wilson calls for a “peace without victory” in Europe.   Tuesday the 23rd- 1973 President Richard Nixon Announces that a peace agreement has been established in Vietnam.   Wednesday the 24th- Apple places the Macintosh personal computer on the consumer ma...

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