Archive | May, 2014

Cavs Looking For a New Coach…Again

By: David Wysong     The Cleveland Cavaliers have fired their head coach Mike Brown. Sounds familiar doesn’t it? After the 2009-2010 season during the Lebron James saga the Cavaliers fired Mike Brown. Before the 2013-2014 season the Cavaliers hired Brown as their head coach again, last week Brown was fired again after going 33-49 that […]

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PHS Show choir finishes 2013-2014 season on a sweet note

By: Olivia Barhorst PHS Show choir had an amazing 2013-2014 competition season. With the many awards and special mentions that were awarded to the group this season, they consider it a successful and fun year. The Company first competed at Ada Music Feast in Ada where they received Class A Champion, Best Vocals in Class A […]

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Find out your personality online

By Kayla Bowermaster   Everyone has taken a quiz online, the ones on Facebook that are all over your friend’s walls, saying things like “Find out your spirit animal”, “What clique do you belong in?”, and “What is your personality like?”. These quizzes are always fun for a while, and they can be an easy […]

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The Other Woman: Movie Review

By Faith Branson Kate King (Leslie Mann) is a happily married wife who gave up everything for her beloved husband, who is always traveling. Thinking nothing of his long weekends away she thinks nothing is wrong with their relationship; that is until a strange woman named Carly Whitten (Cameron Diaz) is dressed up as a […]

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Sterling Forced Out of the NBA

By:David Wysong The headlines during the NBA Playoffs have not been what they should have been. It should be something to do with basketball, but this year it is not. There was a recording of Los Angeles Clippers’ owner Donald Sterling that was released to the NBA where he said racial slurs in private to his girlfriend. […]

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Brandon Mull’s Beyonders

By Mariah Killian   Have you ever been eaten by a hippo? Probably not but this series begins with quite the show. Jason loves his job at the zoo, and lands himself in another realm after being swallowed by a hippo.  This land is called Lyrian. This land is strange and old; times and people […]

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Hong Kong: Leading the way for Economic Freedom.

By: Dakota Rench The Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong is part of the People’s Republic of China but self-governing on a day-to-day basis, and its people enjoy a wide range of economic and personal freedoms. Hong Kong has one of the world’s most prosperous economies, thanks to a commitment to small government, low taxes, […]

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Katie Harris: changing lives since 1997

By Sherry Boggs Katie Harris, Piqua High School junior: some would say she’s just the tall outspoken girl, but there is so much more to her.  Let’s find out shall we? Katie Cierra Harris came into this world on February 28, 1997.  Since that day everyone she meets has gained a special person in their […]

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Faith is not only a part or religion, it’s also a student

By Katie Harris Faith Branson is a very unique junior at Piqua High School. She is a JV cheerleader and the drum major in marching band. She is also a recent member of student council. Her favorite class is newspaper with Debbie Allen. She loves to read. Her favorite series to read are The Hunger […]

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Have you ever seen a ghost?

By Kayla Bowermaster      Tons of people love to watch movies with ghost hauntings, TV shows about paranormal investigating, and scary ghost stories to read. Ghosts are a popular topic in today’s world, and many people will tell you they’ve seen ghosts and apparitions in their homes. Whether you believe in ghosts or not, […]

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