by Josh Hypes As Ohio on Sunday, March 26, announced a vast Stay At Home Order that went into effect on Monday, March 27 at midnight, many Ohioans wonder how they will be able to pass the time until April 6 (and beyond). Luckily as long as they have a Nintendo Switch and a spare $60 lying around, there just might be a quick and … Continue reading Surviving Quarantine With Animal Crossing: New Horizons
by Josh Hypes I often question when my obsession with Lo-Fi began; I believe it was about two years ago when I was first exposed to it. One day I was scrolling through my YouTube recommended videos when it came up; I decided to give it a play. The strange distorted sound threw me off. None of the tones really worked with one another; however, … Continue reading Opinion: Why Lo-Fi Has Become my Go-to Music
by Josh Hypes On March 17, Ohio residents were headed to the polls to participate in party primaries and vote on local levies. The vote has been delayed, so there is still time to request your ballot and prepare. This election is different then the last one since the ballot is dependent on the voter’s choice of whether or not they will take part in … Continue reading What’s on My Ballot on March 17th?
by Josh Hypes On Tuesday, December 10, House Democrats announced that they intended to move forward on impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump. Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the chairs of the six key committees conducting investigations into matters related to impeachment announced that the House Judiciary Committee would introduce two articles of impeachment against the President’s actions towards Ukraine. The articles charge that the President … Continue reading Articles of Impeachment to be Released
by Josh Hypes On Wednesday, November 13, I had the opportunity to go to the Ohio Statehouse and shadow the state representative for Darke and Miami County, Jena Powell. During that time, I experienced different interactions that legislators do on a daily basis such as recording campaign videos, meeting with lobbyists, speaking at different functions, attending a session of the house, and taking many, many … Continue reading Seeing Government in Action at the Ohio Statehouse
By: Josh Hypes On November 5, Bellbrook and Sugarcreek Township voters went to the polls to vote on key community issues such as the School Board, Bellbrook City Council, and two renewal levies. The Results:Bellbrook Sugarcreek Board of Education: Karen Long – 1,798 Votes | 24% * David Carpenter i – 1,769 Votes | 24% * Kevin Price – 1,585 Votes | 21% Elizabeth Betz … Continue reading Election 2019 Results are IN: Some New, Some Old
by Josh Hypes In about a month, voters will be headed out to the polls once again to determine who they want in a variety of elected positions. Here are the many stances and views of the several candidates running for elected office. This year’s election is a non-partisan election, meaning that there will be no parties are attached to this ballot. School Board (Bellbrook … Continue reading Wait! What’s on My Ballot this Year?
by Josh Hypes On Tuesday, September 26 during a routine Key Club meeting, Magnified Giving Founder and President Roger Grein spoke to the club about the purpose and value of philanthropy in the lives of young adults. Grein told a story of his own struggles with cerebral palsy and the effect it had on his athletic engagements and later career path. Grein’s story demonstrates that … Continue reading Magnified Giving Visits Bellbrook Key Club