Archive | March, 2014

Dakota Rench: Too weird to live, too rare to die

By: Olivia Barhorst Dakota Rench, a senior at PHS, is loved by many of his classmates.  He was on the debate team, wrestled for 3 years, and played football for 3 years in his time at PJHS and PHS. Rench has very strong political views, well noted by most of his classmates.  He believes in […]

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Ghost Adventures: TV review

By Tori Nix Ghost Adventures is an American TV show that airs new episodes every Saturday at 9/8c. The show follows lead investigator, Zac Bagans, along with co-investigators, Aaron Goodwin and Nick Groff. Audio/visual techs, Jay Wasley and Billy Tolley, along with Mark and Debby Constantino, close friends of the Ghost Adventures Crew (GAC) occasionally […]

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Hunter S. Thompson

By Dakota Rench “The Edge… there is no honest way to explain it because the only people who really know where it is are the ones who have gone over.”- Hunter S. Thompson Hunter S. Thompson was one of the most influential journalists in American history. He was a literature game changer- a larger than […]

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Raising a Banner in Cleveland

By: David Wysong   The Cleveland Cavaliers haven’t had many Hall-Of-Fame type players in their franchise history. Saturday, March 8, they retired a player that was just that: Zydrunas Ilgauskas.     Ilgauskas, also called “Z”, was originally from Lithuania and came to the NBA and played for the Cleveland Cavaliers  in 1996. He played for them until […]

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Wattpad app review

By Sherry Boggs        Have you ever wanted to read a story but didn’t want to carry around a big tablet?  Well the answer to your problems is the app Wattpad.      Now since Wattpad is also a website, the app can allow you to access your favorite stories on your phone.  Just go to […]

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2014 Oscars an Unforgettable Night!

By Faith Branson         As Ellen DeGeneres hosted the 86th Academy Awards, it was a pretty eventful night, with lots of surprise. During the red carpet at the beginning of the Oscars, Jennifer Lawrence fell for the second time! During last years’ 2013 Oscars, Lawrence fell when she was walking up the stairs to get […]

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Returning Troops

By Mariah Killian      The Springfield army troops just got in from Fort Hood, Texas after a long year stationed in various places overseas. These troops have been one of the most mobilized group of troops in the United States since around 1950.      The ceremony for the returning soldiers was held March 1, 2014. There […]

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Are You Ready For 2014’s Warped Tour?

By: Faith Branson Are you a music lover? Do you want something fun-filled and full of music to do this summer? Maybe you want to go see a concert but with more than just one or two bands? Everyone is talking about country concert, but is country music just not your thing?  Then I suggest […]

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Hannibal on NBC

By Kayla Bowermaster           Hannibal Lecter may just be one of the most notorious villains in literature and cinema, and last year the world famous cannibal-psychiatrist came to TV on NBC’s Hannibal. The show is based on the original characters written by Thomas Harris in his original novels, specifically the first Hannibal novel […]

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Teen age drivers must be educated

By Katie Harris When driving everyone puts their life on the line, but teenagers or young adults are at a greater risk. The risk of driving can be damage, injury, or even death. About 14% or 1 of 7 young drivers will be involved in a crash in their first 3 years of driving. About […]

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