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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 […]

SoapBox Derby Team Having Fun with Annual Project

SoapBox Derby Team Having Fun with Annual Project

OXFORD – Talawanda’s 3D Art Class is bringing their annual class project to Mt. Adams this Saturday for a soapbox derby car competition. You may of seen their seven foot long moving pencil outside the front of THS last week. Jim McWilliams, the 3D Art teacher and director of the project, said the car was […]

Backpacks Aren’t Bulletproof

Backpacks Aren’t Bulletproof

Updated 6/30/18 8:53 a.m.:  On June 28, 2018, Dan Griffin of WLWT reported that following a packed school board meeting on the same day, Hamilton district officials have decided to slow down the process of arming staff members pending further public input.    Note 6/28/18:  According to an article by Michael Clark in the “Journal News,” […]

Cincinnati Women’s March

Cincinnati Women’s March

Cincinnati, OH –On January 20th, 2018, in Cincinnati as well as cities across America and the world, millions of people gathered to protest the Trump presidency and the ideas of the administration. The largest march was in Los Angeles, with an estimated 600,000 people, and large marches in Washington, D.C, New York, and Seattle, along […]

The Poet in the Schoolhouse

The Poet in the Schoolhouse

When you think of poets you think of Edgar Allan Poe or Ernest Hemingway. You wouldn’t think a great young poet would be sitting in a high school teaching teenagers about poetry but he is. Quentin Russell is the Artist in Residence for our school this semester. He runs the Poetry Club which is after […]

Third Annual Darrtown Fall Festival

Third Annual Darrtown Fall Festival

Darrtown, Ohio– “I may be 94 years-old, but the fall festival gives me a lot of excitement!” Ida May, oldest living resident of Darrtown, said Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017. From skillet-tossing and tractor-tire flipping to a parade full of old classic cars and freshly polished tractors, the festival had it all. People young and old […]

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