By: Mitch Hughes Water. You may have heard of it. It is the foundation of life on earth and subsequently a daily necessity for us humans. It is recommended that each person drink at least eight cups of the stuff a day, if not more. Of course water is good for plenty of other things such as growing food, personal hygiene, generating electricity, putting out … Continue reading State and City Officials Allow Residents to be Poisoned by Lead in Water Supply
By Dan Yokajty Exam week is here and students around the school are starting to stress out. Studying is a very difficult task to stay focused on. Even harder than studying is finding time to study, since juggling your schedule is tricky. So the Bellbrook National Honor Society is tackling this problem by offering peer tutoring after school every day during exam week. So if you are having … Continue reading NHS Peer Tutoring all week!
By Dan Yokajty Bellbrook boys’ soccer moves on! The boys won their first tournament game against Valley View October 17. The final score of the game was 4 to 1. From this win the boys will move on to play Alter on Monday, October 20 at Wayne High School. The boys struck hard and fast. Josh Mauser scored the first goal at the 10 minute … Continue reading Boys Soccer Wins at Home!
by Dru Hunsaker American politics are… tricky. Between the constant changes and election cycles, the endless scandals, the party politics, and legislative language that some law students would have trouble understanding, the governing system is a minefield that’s difficult to navigate without staying informed. However, there are some key pieces of information that any U.S. citizen should know if they want to avoid a political … Continue reading A Guide to Politics: Congress