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Mr. Meece Wins the Competition for the Best Mo’

Mr. Meece Wins the Competition for the Best Mo’

The Tribune‘s recent poll on student’s favorite mustache Mr. Meece came out in a resounding first place with nearly 40% of the vote.  Mr. Meece received 85 of the 215 votes cast.  Mr. Wright came in second place with 22 votes, or about 10%.  The moustaches are the result of the one month long initiative, […]

Who Would You Like to See as the Next President?

Who Would You Like to See as the Next President?

President Barack Obama and Former Governor Mitt Romney are facing off this November 6th in what is sure to be one of the closest elections in the history of our nation.  Green Party candidate Jill Stein and Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson have also managed to gather a small, although not unmentionable support from the electorate. Who do you […]

Talawanda Football Heads into Homecoming Game

Talawanda Football Heads into Homecoming Game

Battered by losses, the Talawanda Football team heads into their homecoming game with a record of 0-5, looking for their first win on the new field. On a new field and in a new conference the Talawanda football team is looking for a fresh start.   The new conference, the Southwest Ohio Conference (SWOC), is made […]

New Media Center Adopts New Technology, e-books

New Media Center Adopts New Technology, e-books

As students move into the new high school next year they will find new technologies in a revamped media center that is ready for the 21st century. The new media center will be equipped with new technology, such as faster computers and e-books.  THS librarian Carol Morison hopes that students will be able to make […]

A Better “Amercia”?

A Better “Amercia”?

When you clicked on this article, you probably noticed that the word “America” is misspelled in the headline.  This was done in an official Mitt Romney campaign app just last week.  The mistake comes, ironically, just as the Scripps National Spelling Bee is drawing to a close. The new app, named “With Mitt”, allows users […]

Mitt Hits the Magic Number

Mitt Hits the Magic Number

Mitt Romney has officially secured himself the Republican nomination by winning the required 1,144 delegates. The final delegates came from the Texas primary, May 29, where Romney picked up 69% of the vote and 105 delegates.  Since Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich suspended their campaigns Romney has been the “presumptive” GOP nominee. Some of these […]

A Plea for Safe Passing Laws

A Plea for Safe Passing Laws

A recent study by the League of American Bicyclists ranked Ohio as the 37th most bike friendly state.  A label that is nothing to brag about, since part of that ranking is the lack of legislation to protect bikes in the buckeye state. Under Ohio state law bikes are classified as vehicles, and besides a […]

Facebook Goes Public

Facebook Goes Public

Beloved social network Facebook went public early last Friday, shortly after the NASDAQ stock exchange opened. Facebook set their opening price at $38 and the price quickly rose quickly until around 2 p.m. when the stock began to fall.  The stock finished the day at a mere $38.23, only up .61%.  The company will is running […]

Hollande Ousts Sarkozy

Hollande Ousts Sarkozy

Socialist candidate François Hollande has ousted Nicolas Sarkozy from the French presidency in the elections held yesterday. Hollande is the first left-wing candidate to be elected president in almost 20 years. Sarkozy was the most unpopular president ever to run for reelection in French history. It is the first time an incumbent has lost the […]

World Trade Center Back on Top

World Trade Center Back on Top

The iconic building, brought down more than a decade ago is once again the tallest building in New York city, passing up the empire state building, and is on its way to becoming the tallest building in the western hemisphere and the third tallest in the world. By the end of the day workers will […]

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