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THS Students Participate in National Walk Out

THS Students Participate in National Walk Out

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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 […]

National Parks Meet National Conflict

National Parks Meet National Conflict

Across the U.S., a massive portion of profit from tourism comes out of the national parks that are flocked to by visitors — about 282 million per year, according to the National Parks Conservation Association. The recent U.S. government shutdown has affected the state of American parks more than many have predicted. Unlike the 2013 […]

The Demise of the Graham-Cassidy Bill, and the Last Ditch Effort Debate

The Demise of the Graham-Cassidy Bill, and the Last Ditch Effort Debate

WASHINGTON DC–After reaching the set deadline of Sept. 30, the GOP bill proposed by Senators Lindsey Graham and Bill Cassidy has been confirmed denied from reaching the Senate floor. What was meant to be another joint effort to establish a proposal to repeal the Affordable Care Act, the bill comes short to reach any approval, […]

Double Murderer, Gary Otte Executed

Double Murderer, Gary Otte Executed

Lucasville, OH–Gary Otte, 45 and convicted of back-to-back murders 25 years ago, was executed on the morning of Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2017. Otte was sent to death row for fatally shooting Robert Wasikowski and Sharon Kostura during home invasion robberies in a Cleveland suburb in 1992. His last effort to appeal included claims that the […]

The DACA Program And Its Effect On Talawanda

The DACA Program And Its Effect On Talawanda

OXFORD — On Sept. 5, 2017 President Trump announced that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) would begin its wind-down. Established by former President Obama in 2012, the DACA program allows certain illegal immigrants who came to America as children to receive a renewable two-year work permit, as long as applicants can have […]

Hurricane Irma Strikes Florida, Jose to Follow

Hurricane Irma Strikes Florida, Jose to Follow

As Hurricane Harvey ends, Hurricane Irma, a category two storm, follows up and wreaks havoc on Florida. Irma made landfall Sunday, with winds up to 110 mph. and gusts over 140 mph. Irma has done much damage to Naples and Tampa already, with destructive winds, flooding, storm surges, and extremely heavy rainfall. Irma is over […]

Eclipse of the (Almost) Century

Eclipse of the (Almost) Century

Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, people in the Talawanda School District were just a few of the millions that were watching The Great American Solar Eclipse. It was estimated that anywhere from 1.85 to 7.4 million people traveled to see the path of totality on the eclipse day. South Carolina was estimated to bring in 547,00 all […]

Talawanda Students to View Eclipse

Talawanda Students to View Eclipse

Today, on Aug. 21, 2017, everyone in the United States will have the opportunity to witness what people are calling “The Great American Solar Eclipse.” The last time this was possible was in 1918. In the Talawanda District staff are allowing students to venture outside if a permission waiver has been signed by a parent […]

This is What Democracy Looks Like

This is What Democracy Looks Like

          On January 21st, 2017 the world witnessed something truly historic–the largest protest in United States history.                      An estimated 4.2 million people across the US marched in harmony with the Women’s March on Washington; sister marches took place in over 500 […]

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