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College Countdown: Choosing the right school

March 15, 2012 Throughout my high school career I have always dreaded the day that I would be forced to determine my future by choosing the ‘perfect’ college. more »»

The Borrowing Power: Should the Sky be the Limit?

March 15, 2012 When the framers first created the Constitution of the United Stated of America, they gave Congress the power to borrow money. more »»

Troop 65 Forest Patrol captures Winter Event

March 15, 2012 There were 28 patrols that took part in the annual Arrowhead Council Winter Event on Jan. 21. A series of 10 games and activities challenged the young men in the skills they learned in Boy Scouting. more »»

A random act of kindness

February 3, 2012 Little acts of kindness happen everyday, but do we even recognize the fact that they have happened to us, or that we have done the act to somebody else? Someone holding the door open for someone... more »»

Going pink for the cure

February 3, 2012 On Saturday, Jan. 21, John F. Kennedy High School hosted Newton Falls at their home pink-out basketball game. more »»

Power of the Pen district tournament

February 3, 2012 Results: Grade Seven Individual Winners 1. Mickey Mcintyre, Howland Middle School 2. Taylor Hopkins, Howland Middle School 3. Tessa Snider, Holy Family School 4. more »»

The Year of Speech

January 21, 2012 People talking to walls, getting up at 6 AM on Saturday mornings, and pages and pages of research-all signs and symptoms of Speech & Debat. more »»

Dead Girl?

January 21, 2012 “Tomorrow is it.” Those words echoed like a bad dream as Liam and I walked silently side by side. The day had been determined, and here it was. more »»

Hidden cameras in the bathrooms

January 21, 2012 At Warren G. Harding, the restrooms are not monitored in any fashion. Once in a while a teacher or administrator might walk in, but other than that, the restrooms are pretty much free. more »»

Student Sports Could Count As Phys. Ed. Credit

January 21, 2012 In high school you have the choice to play a sport or not to play a sport. Regardless Physical Education is a must in most schools in the area. What if playing a sport could count as a Phys. Ed. more »»

Dead Girl?

January 21, 2012 Not for the first time, I sat at Liam’s study hall table, completely unbeknownst to the other kids around u. more »»

The ‘99%’ occupies Warren

December 27, 2011 While nearly everyone in the United States knows about the Occupy movement very few know exactly what they stand for. more »»

Just Let the Snow Fall

December 20, 2011 It was the day we got out of school for Christmas break, last school year. I’d immediately ran over to the library to get some book. more »»

BOYS: VIDEO GAMES VS. STUDYING

December 20, 2011 There are ratings on video games for a reason. Most elementary school boys buy the games that are rated E for Everyone whereas the teenage boys buy the games that are rated M for Mature. more »»

Dead Girl?

December 20, 2011 “Gwen, it’s been three months. You have to tell me why you’re always so miserable. What’s wrong?” “Let’s change the subject, please.” “Fine, but you have to come to terms with it sometime. more »»

The drug problem in the area

December 10, 2011 Instead of boring you with the cliché, national statistics about how drugs are killing x-amount of people or how bad they are for your body, we want to introduce a simple fact to you. more »»

Tractor Safety Certification Course Being Offered

December 10, 2011 The Trumbull County Ohio State University Extension 4-H program is offering a 12-week (24 class-hours) safety course focusing on common farm equipment accident situations including PTOs, highway... more »»

The perfect snow day

November 28, 2011 Growing up under the dreary skies of Ohio can be bland for any kid, especially during the height of winter, after Christmas is over and there is nothing to look forward to but more days of seemingl... more »»

Pumpkin brownies are scrumptious co-stars of Thanksgiving dinner

November 21, 2011 It’s that time of the year when the holiday focus is on the food. While the turkey is the star of the Thanksgiving day meal, the pumpkin pie steals the show. more »»

Former Page One staffer saluted for work in teen journalism

November 21, 2011 Former Page One staff member Lindsay Cameron, now a junior at Ashland University, recently was named one of the Future Teacher Scholarship winners by the Journalism Education Association. more »»

 
 

 

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