Bellbrook’s Operating Levy Postponed for Now

by Sarah Bevelhymer “What many people don’t realize is that the people that will truly be harmed by a levy failure are the students themselves,” Mark Carreira said, a history and government teacher at Bellbrook High School.  Voters will cast their vote on the passage of a $5.7 million operating levy for the Bellbrook-Sugarcreek School District. The levy will fund day to day operations such … Continue reading Bellbrook’s Operating Levy Postponed for Now

The Languages of Love

by Sarah Bevelhymer With Valentine’s Day on Friday, many would agree it is the season of love. Whether you have a significant other or are still waiting to find the perfect person, you can’t deny love is in the air. In a book by Gary Chapman titled The Five Love Languages, Chapman describes five categories of ways to express heartfelt love and commitment between romantic partners. … Continue reading The Languages of Love

Trump Expands the Travel Ban

By: Sarah Bevelhymer On January 31, 2020, President Trump amended his 2017 executive order adding six new countries to his travel ban. The 2017 travel ban restricted entrance into the United States from seven Muslim-majority countries. These countries included Iran, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Venezuela, and North Korea. This was the first step in completing his campaign pledge to shut down the entrance of possible-terrorists … Continue reading Trump Expands the Travel Ban

BHS Sees Changes at Lunch

by Sarah Bevelhymer As the Bellbrook-Sugarcreek school district shifted principals from Mr. Chris Baker to Mr. Dave Hann, several changes were made to the high school including additions to students lunch periods. New tables provide students with the opportunity to eat their lunch outside. Many students have taken advantage of this opportunity, eating lunch in the courtyard each day.  A cornhole game has also been … Continue reading BHS Sees Changes at Lunch