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Clash of Clans Storms Talawanda

Clash of Clans Storms Talawanda

Goblins, archers, and P.E.K.K.A oh my! Multiplayer game for the iPhone, Clash of Clans is spreading through Talawanda High School like a wildfire. Clash of Clans revolves around your village and is a constant game of upgrading your defenses, mining gold, and gaining resources, or as it is referred to in the game, elixir. The […]

Tribal Affect: Talawanda Marching Band

Tribal Affect: Talawanda Marching Band

The Talawanda High School Marching Band is in the home stretch of their 2013 season with their show, Tribal Affect. The band will be competing at the MSBA (Mid States Band Association) Finals on November 2 at Mason High School and at the BOA Grand Nationals in Indianapolis on November 14. With 70+ playing members, […]

How Old is Too Old for Trick or Treating?

How Old is Too Old for Trick or Treating?

Halloween has  finally creeped around the corner. Children dressed in costumes of all sorts will be knocking on doors and asking the age-old question, “trick or treat?” The Talawanda Tribune wanted to know, just how old is too old for trick or treating?  Some people were fine with older trick or treaters, as long as […]

Photos From the Fall 2013 Setting Stone Coffee House

2013 Fall Choir Concert

2013 Fall Choir Concert

On Wednesday, October 16th, at 7pm,Talawanda High School hosted it’s annual Fall Choir Concert, in the Talawanda Performing Arts Center. As is tradition, performing in the show was the Chamber Singers, Concert Choir, Fermata Nowhere, Show Choir, and Women’s Ensemble. All of the choirs are directed by TJ Pearson, the Talawanda High School choral teacher […]

Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park Comes to Oxford

Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park Comes to Oxford

Cincinnati Playhouse In the Park is coming to Oxford tonight to perform Fake Flowers Don’t Die, a play by John Yearley. The play focuses on three friends that discover a magic lamp that may or may not grant them three wishes. Britain Seibert, 23, has been at Cincinnati Playhouse since the first week of September. […]

Art Department Mural: Coming Soon!

Art Department Mural: Coming Soon!

The Talawanda Art Club, led by Jim and Elise McWilliams, is in the process of developing a mural which will be displayed in the art hallway. The mural will be painted on a 6 foot by 10 foot canvas, using acrylic paints. The canvas has been pre-gessoed and has grommets for hanging, McWilliams tell. At […]

What Does the Fox Say?

What Does the Fox Say?

The whimsical Norwegian talk show duo Bård and Vegard Ylvisåker, also known as Ylvis, have pushed their way to the peak of the United States top 100 charts with their most recent song The Fox, which was released on September 3, 2013. The Fox has had 96 million views on youtube as of October 8, […]

Andrew Lynn Takes Over as Drama Director

Andrew Lynn Takes Over as Drama Director

Andrew Lynn, a 28 year old with a degree in business administration, is about to get dramatic. Lynn stepped in and took the place of Ryan Steffen as THS drama director for the 2013-14 school year. Steffen, who directed 41 shows at Talawanda, said he felt it was time to step down.  “I needed to […]

Jim Gaffigan: White Bread Tour Comes to Oxford

Jim Gaffigan: White Bread Tour Comes to Oxford

Actor, author, and comedian Jim Gaffigan will be performing at Miami University’s Millett Hall on Saturday, October 5  at 8:30 pm as part of his nationwide “White Bread Tour”. Up and coming comedian Tom Shillue will be opening the show. Shillue has appeared on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon and is currently touring with Gaffigan. […]