By: Joshua Kiefer with contributions from Col. Gangaware The Bellbrook JROTC cadets supported the Veterans Day Breakfast Bell Creek Intermediate school puts on every year. BCI students invited parents, grandparents and family members who are veterans to the school Friday morning, November 12. The veterans took part in a parade which was two laps through the halls and were cheered on by all 3rd and … Continue reading JROTC observe Veterans Day at local intermediate school
By: Joshua O. Kiefer Ubisoft and BEhavior interactive decided to team up and make something special for the small community that plays their games. The third person, medieval sword-fighting game, For Honor, and the third person horror game, Dead By Daylight, made the announcement by releasing a video of Larry, the execution dummy in For Honor, getting kidnapped by the Dead By Daylight’s killer, The … Continue reading For Honor and Dead By Daylight teaming up for Halloween
By: Joshua O. Kiefer The long-awaited Elden Ring has a final release date of February 25, 2022 and a console-exclusive beta testing for November 12-14. Ever since the PS5-exclusive Demon Souls remake and the announcement at the June 2019 E3, people have been wondering when Elden Ring will be released. The Elden Ring team announced that the game is going to be pushed back a … Continue reading Elden Ring Beta coming to console November 12-14
By: Joshua O. Kiefer As of September 29, scientists have declared 23 species extinct. The best-known species from this list was the ivory-billed woodpecker. According to AP News, government scientists say they exhausted everything trying to find the 23. They said this is a warming of climate change and other pressures, like deforestation, which make the disappearance of species more frequent. What causes extinction? AP … Continue reading Why have 23 species gone extinct?
By: Joshua O. Kiefer A trend on TikTok called the “devious lick” has students stealing from schools. Students steal from small stuff on teachers’ desks to whole toilets and sinks. This started September 1 when a kid posted a video on TikTok of him pulling a school soap dispenser out of his backpack. According to CBS News, two Twin City schools in Minnesota have already … Continue reading TikTok “Devious Licks” cause security scale-ups for schools
By: Joshua O. Kiefer (content warning: graphic description ahead) A 4 century-old Faeroes tradition killed 1,428 white-sided dolphins on September 12. This tradition has been around for hundreds of years, but environmental activists say it’s cruel. The tradition involves boats driving dolphins into shallow water, beaching them, using blowhole hooks to pull the dolphins to shore, and then employing a knife to sever the spine … Continue reading 4 Century-old Faeroes tradition causes a cetacean controversy
By: Joshua O. Kiefer The Perseverance Mars rover grabbed its first two samples of Mars, one on September 1 and the second on September 7. The Rover took the samples from a flat rock named Rochette (French for “little rock”) and put them in two airtight tubes. The Perseverance Rover launched July 10, 2020, and landed on February 18, 2021, and has been running a … Continue reading Perseverance Rover gives first slice of Mars
By: Joshua O. Kiefer August 14, 2021 was the start of California’s Caldor Fire, and is the second fire of this year. The Dixie fire started a month earlier on July 14 and is now almost three times the size of the Caldor fire. According to The New York Times the Caldor Fire has traveled over 200,000 acres (312 miles), and according to CNN the … Continue reading California is Up in Flames