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Talawanda Teachers Sound Off on Presidential Election

Talawanda Teachers Sound Off on Presidential Election

“It’s great to see young high school students paying attention to the election this year, but there are so many negative things about the candidates that it makes people cynical about the election and maybe turns people away from voting,” Mrs. Mahaney, THS U.S. Government teacher, said. The presidential election of 2016 is beginning to […]

The Wall: Complete and Total Unbiased Reporting

The Wall:  Complete and Total Unbiased Reporting

Welcome to The Wall! The most trusted news column on the Tribune for fair and balanced news–all online and all true. Here at The Wall, we take pride in hiring only the most biased reporters and editors from both sides of the political spectrum and have repeatedly won the award for most underpaid staff in […]

Clinton Claims Kentucky, Sanders, Trump Take Oregon

Clinton Claims Kentucky, Sanders, Trump Take Oregon

Hillary Clinton took a close race in Kentucky, while Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump declared victories in Oregon, in a solemn primary night Tuesday. The Clinton win was one of an extremely small margin, as she and Bernie Sanders took close aim at Kentucky last week. Clinton began aggressively campaigning in more urban regions across […]

Ohio Voters to Hit the Polls in Critical Primary

Ohio Voters to Hit the Polls in Critical Primary

Ohio voters are making their way to the nearest polling station today to vote for presidential nominees in a huge election for both parties. John Kasich and Donald Trump are in a dogfight for first place in the Buckeye State, where many polls show the two candidates tied, or with Kasich having a slight lead […]

Debate Brings Fire Power, and More Trump

Debate Brings Fire Power, and More Trump

DETROIT – Donald Trump is in a good spot. The businessman had another grand performance during last night’s GOP debate in Detroit, criticizing the other’s foreign policy plans and methods to improve the economy, while continuing his rhetoric to personally insult fellow candidates. The debate, which was held at the historic Fox Theatre, saw a […]

Trump, Clinton Look Toward Nominations

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are riding high. Both candidates won the majority of states during Super Tuesday voting picking up essential delegates to each party’s nomination. Trump saw big wins in 7 of the 11 states voting yesterday, and now leads the delegate count on all Republicans with 285. Ted Cruz follows in second […]

Trump Continues Momentum with Nevada Win

Trump Continues Momentum with Nevada Win

Republican front runner Donald Trump continued the momentum of his campaign Tuesday, following a win in the Nevada Republican Caucuses. Trump, the outsider candidate who is an avid real estate investor, gained 12 delegates during the night, while mopping up 45.7% of the popular vote in The Battle Born State. After last night, Trump leads […]

New Polls Heighten Intensity in Political Race

New Polls Heighten Intensity in Political Race

A new CNN/ORC poll shows an almost deadlocked race for the Nevada Democratic Caucus between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders with the official vote taking place Saturday. The poll, which came out late Wednesday, gives Clinton a slight advantage with 48% of the vote, and predicts Sanders is not far behind with 47%. The results […]

Sam Davis Reviews Best Nuggets in Town

Sam Davis Reviews Best Nuggets in Town

When you walk into a fast food restaurant you can immediately smell hamburgers, fries and maybe even chicken nuggets. Wendy’s, McDonald’s and Chick Fil-A are among the top-selling restaurants for chicken nuggets in the United States. However, customers aren’t concerned with who sells the most nuggets in the country, they want to know which nugget […]

The Study of College Baseball Recruiting

The Study of College Baseball Recruiting

Baseball is offered at almost every college in the United States. Being recruited to play for them isn’t easy, though. There are over 470,000 High school athletes playing the game, and only around 80,000 of them go on and play college ball. That is less than 30%. Colleges look deeper than just a student athlete’s […]

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