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Fatal Stabbing of 15-year-old in Fairfield

Fatal Stabbing of 15-year-old in Fairfield

People gather on Sunday for a candlelight vigil.  Submitted photo. In Fairfield, Ohio on Monday morning around 9:00, Vicky Fible called in a missing persons report.  Her daughter, Chelsea Johnson, had been missing since Sunday afternoon and Fible became increasingly concerned as her calls to her daughter went unanswered. On Sunday Johnson went to an Ameristop owned by a […]

Tribune Tries It: Babysitting

The very familiar sound of the “Goodbye. We’ll be home later. We love you.” and the door shuts behind them as they leave. It’s something that we’ve all had done for us as little children. When we thought we were big enough to stay home alone and take care of ourselves, our parents disagreed and […]

Americans Elect

Americans Elect

Voters that are unsatisfied with the two party system may get their biggest chance since the 1992 election with Ross Perot to vote for a viable third party. The organization “Americans Elect” is seeking to put a solid third party candidate on the ballot this November. The organization holds the slogan “pick a president, not […]

PRIDE Day After Thoughts

Now that 80 sophomores attended PRIDE Day on Monday, April 16th, they have better connections with their class. “I feel like the girls now have a better bond with one another,” stated Ethan Saulnier. They had a fun experience playing games to get a better understand of each other. Sam Hannon and Victoria Heinrich both […]

Bunbury Music Festival comes to Cincinnati

Bunbury Music Festival comes to Cincinnati

This summer, Cincinnati concertgoers will have a new attraction to look forward to, with the Bunbury Music Festival making its debut July 13th – 15th.  The festival is being held between Sawyers Point and Yeatman’s Cove on the riverfront in Cincinnati, and features bands such as Weezer, Jane’s Addiction, Death Cab for Cutie, Passion Pit, […]

04/19/2012 – Apple Scent, IKEA Marriage, and Drive-Thru Etiquette

Editor’s Note: The Blip includes short headlines with odd, feel-good, informational, or pointless material. Stories are presented in a fast, easy-to-read format with news that will make you laugh and be enlightened. The Blip is updated daily. The scent of Apple No, that title does not contain an error. It’s not the scent of apples, […]

Update on The Voice

Update on The Voice

The Voice is back, bigger and better than the previous season.  The expectations are higher and the voices are bolder. The Voice is a show that is somewhat similar to American Idol.  America votes for members of each team to stay in the running to become The Voice.  Instead of having judges, there are four […]

Gleekers, the Wait is Over

Gleekers, the Wait is Over

The suspense is finally at ease, glee fans. Fox’s hit television show Glee returned to the air Tuesday, April 10th. As the show ended for the season in January, a main character, Quin was seen texting and driving, and the last scene was her car hitting a semi truck head-on. The show ended with the […]

04/17/2012 – Crashes, Government “Brilliance” with Philips, and News in Haikus

Editor’s Note: The Blip includes short headlines with odd, feel-good, informational, or pointless material. Stories are presented in a fast, easy-to-read format with news that will make you laugh and be enlightened. The Blip is updated daily. Dumb crashes Click the location for the original story. Omaha, Nebraska – A man, trying to save his […]

Celebrating the Earth for Over Thirty Years

Celebrating the Earth for Over Thirty Years

Sunday, April 22nd marks Earth Day, an observation on the need to protect the Earth’s environment. Earth day is celebrated in many countries, and consists of many people uniting and taking action to take care of the environment and inform other people about what they can do to help. In spring of 1970, senator Gaylord Nelson […]