Fatal Limo Crash That Should Not Have Happened

By: Jade Edwards Early afternoon on Saturday, October 6, 20 people were killed in a limo crash at the intersection of State Route 30 and State Route 30A in Schoharie, New York.  Everyone in the limo died, including the driver, along with two pedestrians after the limo failed to stop and lost control at the stop sign marking the intersection.  This crash is “the nation’s deadliest … Continue reading Fatal Limo Crash That Should Not Have Happened

Movies in Review: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before v. Sierra Burgess is a Loser

by Abbey Raison Netflix movies are one of two things: super mediocre or are good enough to become time-honored classics. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and Sierra Burgess is a Loser were released on Netflix within the month of August in 2018. Both movies are considered teenage rom-coms with a sprinkle of high school angst. Each movie is rushed through its own climax … Continue reading Movies in Review: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before v. Sierra Burgess is a Loser

BHS Volleyball Killing Competition

by Drew Ward This year the Golden Eagles have dominated on the volleyball court. With an overall record of 18-2, the Eagles are 8th in the state. This year the Eagles have been carried by their seniors, two of whom will be playing volleyball in college. Sara Rogers is going to Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland and Kira Merkle will be playing at Ferris … Continue reading BHS Volleyball Killing Competition

BHS Golf Is Sending It Long

by: Kayla Stephensen Bellbrook varsity golf has had a significantly better season than in past years. Junior Zach Crampton, “Big Zesty,” notes, “This season has been a little different because of a new coach but our team has benefited from more practice.” The team went to districts for the first time in 11 years after placing 3rd at sectionals. The team had many notable wins … Continue reading BHS Golf Is Sending It Long

Facebook Hacked with More Problems to Come

By: Jade Edwards Facebook was hacked on September 28, exposing almost 50 million accounts and jeopardizing the identities on the accounts attacked.  Questionably, another 40 million Facebook account users were possibly affected and forced to log out and validate their authenticity.  Facebook users are being warned not to accept friend requests because the violators out there are creating fake accounts and following people to get … Continue reading Facebook Hacked with More Problems to Come

The Best Comedy Shows To Warm Your Heart When It Gets Cold Outside

by Emily Lewis Leaves are changing and the air is getting colder. Soon enough it will be too cold to do much of anything outdoors which can mean only one thing: excessive amounts of Netflix and Hulu. Here are some of the best comedy shows on popular streaming services to fill your heart with laughter and warmth. Note: All of these shows have ended, ensuring … Continue reading The Best Comedy Shows To Warm Your Heart When It Gets Cold Outside

Autumn Hiking Abounds Around Bellbrook

by Emily Lewis Leaves on the cusp of turning and temperatures soon to be cooling are both signs that the weather is sure to be perfect for hiking. Ohio is known for its beautiful autumn foliage, and hikes through the woods are a great way to make the most of the season before winter makes its appearance. Here are some of the best places to … Continue reading Autumn Hiking Abounds Around Bellbrook

McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov Fight In and Out of UFC the Ring

by: Kayla Stephensen and Drew Ward Saturday, October 6 Conor McGregor fought in his first fight after being suspended from the Ultimate Fighting Championship match.  His opponent was Khabib Nurmagomedov. Nurmagomedov was undefeated coming into the fight and the heavy favorite. The fight itself was not that enticing for the first few rounds; however, in the fourth round Nurmagomedov took McGregor to the ground and … Continue reading McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov Fight In and Out of UFC the Ring

Franklin Throwing Hands at Girls Soccer Game

by: Kayla Stephensen Thursday October 4, the girls’ soccer traveled to Franklin for a rematch. Both teams were surprised by the aggressiveness of their opposing team. Junior varsity forward Bailey Sedlak comments, “I was running down the field [with the ball] and she just hooked arms with me and dragged me down. I tried to get up but she was holding me down and so … Continue reading Franklin Throwing Hands at Girls Soccer Game