By Leanne Beane As autumn approaches, many individuals are searching for new décor to match the upcoming season. Popular themes include homegrown food, forests, vibrant colors, and spicy scents. As companies begin advertising their seasonal items, candles, small animal figurines, and autumn plants rise to the top of the sales. These pieces of décor are inexpensive and trendy, perfect for any bedroom. Companies such as … Continue reading Autumn Décor Ideas to Spice Up Your Bedroom
by Madi Brown Members of the community stand outside Stephen Bell Elementary School before School Board meeting on September 9. Picture by Madi Brown. On September 9, the Bellbrook-Sugarcreek School District Board of Education met for a scheduled meeting to discuss the possibility of moving forward with mask mandates as a result of a rapidly growing number of students testing positive and quarantined due to … Continue reading Bellbrook Board of Education considers mask mandates
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 Angelique Taylor Autumn is coming. Fall decorations, falling leaves off trees, and fall outfits are definitely needed. Here are some cute individual outfit pieces for this season to feel like fall. The best places to buy cute fall outfits for 2021 Nordstrom– They have everything in between from statement clothing to basic clothes that you can style. Forever 21– If you are on a budget, … Continue reading Autumn outfit pieces – spice it up this fall!
By: Bradley Jager The Monarch, king of all butterflies, has fluttered right into the hearts of many Americans. Sadly they may be gone within our lifetime if drastic steps aren’t taken. The most recent count by Frontiers suggests a devastating 99% population loss over the past 20 years. Why is the Monarch dying off? There are a few contributing factors as to why the Monarch … Continue reading The Monarch butterfly will be extinct in our lifetime
by Casey Cross On Tuesday, September 14, the final votes will be cast and the final ballots will be postmarked by Californians voicing whether their governor, Gavin Newsom, should be recalled from office and replaced by one of 46 candidates or if he should remain until the next gubernatorial election in 2022. Per the website of the Secretary of State of California, the recall election … Continue reading Californians to decide on gubernatorial recall
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
by Cambree Bernkopf Students prepare all year for their AP exams. Due to the global pandemic, College Board made the decision to administer a shortened version of the exams online Monday, May 11 to Friday, May 22 with makeup dates in June. A student’s AP test score is what determines whether a student gets college credit for that class or not. There has been a … Continue reading Students face issues for online AP Exams
by Cambree Bernkopf Recipes, workouts, meditation, music, and much more have been used during this quarantine so most people can stay sane. With all this extra time, there is so much to do and still so much we can’t do. Staying at home and not having the option to go out and have fun can really take a toll on a person’s mental health. Sometimes … Continue reading How Are Teenagers Staying Sane During Quarantine?
By: Zack Van Pelt What is the one movie of your childhood that you remember being wildly excited to see in theaters? Most young Americans have one. For me, it was Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2. At the time, I had only just turned eight years old and had recently become a huge fan of the series through J.K. Rowling’s magical books. … Continue reading The Uncertain Future of Movie Theatres