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Almost, Maine

Almost, Maine

OXFORD,OH– “ I’m very excited about directing this play since it’s my debut play it really means a lot to me,” said Cate Hudson, Director of Talawanda High School’s fall production of “Almost, Maine.” Once you walk out onto the stage you’ll see strips of black platforms lined with chairs.  In the middle of the […]

First Talawanda Girl’s Cross Country Runner to Make it to State in 30 Years

First Talawanda Girl’s Cross Country Runner to Make it to State in 30 Years

This year the sophomore Maddy Iden made it to the state cross country meet with her time of 19:04.3 in the 5k at the district meet in Troy, Ohio. Maddy felt excited and encouraged to be the first girl in 30 years to make it to state from Talawanda and hoped to break 19:00.00 in […]

The Braves Debate: An Update

The Braves Debate:  An Update

Full disclosure — Jean R. Pateman has an opinion on the Braves mascot issue.  In fact, she was one of the 23 people who spoke about the mascot at the Oct. 8 school board meeting.  She has also already written on this topic (see Home of the Braves?).  This article, however, avoids taking a stance […]

Haunted Oxford

Haunted Oxford

Oxford, Ohio — Haunted houses, jack-o-lanterns, costumes, ghost stories and candy. With Halloween right around the corner, lots of people are starting to get in the Halloween spirit. Kids will be getting their costumes ready, parents will stock up on candy to hand out to trick or treaters, and, arguably the most noticeable, haunted houses […]

An Ugly Club

An Ugly Club

Talawanda High school senior Sam Robinson, who has recently committed to University of Cincinnati to continue his soccer career, was ready to fly through his senior year and enjoy the last little bits of high school he had. Instead, Sam faced one of the most traumatic experiences he has, and will ever face: Sam lost […]

Best Buddies Trick or Treat

Best Buddies Trick or Treat

High Schooler’s Guide to the Election

High Schooler’s Guide to the Election

I started to write this article after I surveyed two of my classes, and of the people I surveyed, only about 4% could name two candidates for Governor. I was worried by this result; some of these people could already vote, and most would be able to in two short years at the latest. So, […]

Drug Addiction in Ohio

Drug Addiction in Ohio

Addiction. A serious problem that has taken over Ohio. Addiction has became a part of some people’s everyday lives. Destroying homes, taking away bright futures, and tearing families apart. Addiction needs to be stopped. Heroin is sometimes mixed with fentanyl, a synthetic and short-acting opioid analgesic that is 30-50 times more potent than morphine. This mix can […]

Mix-It-Up Day

Mix-It-Up Day

Imagine the lunchroom: A sea of 300 boys and girls, harshly divided into categories and cliques. There’s an unspoken rule here. You sit where you’re supposed to sit, I don’t take your seat, and you don’t take mine. Everybody seems content in their tightly knitted friend groups, the jocks, the cheerleaders, the band kids. So […]

Parking Lot Problems Part 2

Parking Lot Problems Part 2

The following is the second part in a two-part series on Talawanda High School’s parking lot issues.  Part 1 can be found at:  http://talawandatribune.org/2018/08/29/parking-lot-problems/ Smoking, fading numbers, speeding and dangerous antics. These are a few things you will spot in the Talawanda High School parking lot both before and after school. Many students are concerned and […]

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