Friday’s Pink Game: Rough Start to the 2018-2019 Season

By: Jade Edwards Every year, the Bellbrook Women’s Basketball team hosts a scrimmage for the purpose of raising money to further breast cancer research.  The Pink Game always brings in a large crowd all sporting pink to support the cause. At $5 per ticket, quite a lot is donated, and survivors present at the game are given pink roses to celebrate their fight.  With all … Continue reading Friday’s Pink Game: Rough Start to the 2018-2019 Season

The U.S. Women’s Team Qualifies for the 2019 World Cup

By: Jade Edwards On October 17, the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team qualified for the 2019 World Cup with a 2-0 win against Canada. They kicked off the qualifiers on October 4 in a match against Mexico. A result of 6-0 was just the beginning of a five game winning streak of shutouts in which they also played the other Group A candidates at the … Continue reading The U.S. Women’s Team Qualifies for the 2019 World Cup

Paraplegic Patients Taking Steps Forward With This Advancing Implant

By: Jade Edwards Paralyzed patients are walking for the first time in years.  What once was unthinkable for many is becoming a possibility.  With this spinal cord stimulation implant, paralysis will hopefully become just a bump in the road. The stimulation device, with an array of 16 electrodes, is implanted in the epidural space above and below the injury sight of the spinal cord (National … Continue reading Paraplegic Patients Taking Steps Forward With This Advancing Implant

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

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

Hurricane Florence Devastates the U.S. East Coast

By: Jade Edwards The hurricane by the name of Florence hit along the East Coast of the United States, primarily in the Carolinas, Friday, September 14.  Florence transpired from a tropical wave off the African coast of the Atlantic on August 30. It started to become a tropical storm on September 1, and was classified as a Category 4 hurricane by September 4-5. From the … Continue reading Hurricane Florence Devastates the U.S. East Coast