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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 […]

The Tesla Model S: Style, Economy, Power

The Tesla Model S: Style, Economy, Power

Since 2003, the Tesla Motor Company has been designing and producing purely electric cars. With advances in battery technology and electric motors, the company has been able to flourish the electric car from a tasteless eco-box that could only drive for fifty miles, into a sleek and modern luxury car that is capable of driving […]

Foreign and Fluent: Why We Need Foreign Language Education

Foreign and Fluent: Why We Need Foreign Language Education

    “The World Language program rests on the belief that learning another language and another culture is an important skill in today’s economy.” That’s a line from THS’s course scheduling guide for the 2014-2015 school year, which goes on to describe the school’s course offerings in French and Spanish. It’s not just Talawanda, either. All over […]

Google Glasses and Contacts: More Than What Meets the Eye

What do smart contacts, and a computer you can wear on your head have in common? As it turns out, both are some of the latest technological advances by Google(x), as a part of Project Glass. Project Glass is a research and development project, announced in April 2012, focused primarily on the further development of […]

9 Hours Nightly: High School Students Still Sleep Deprived

9 Hours Nightly: High School Students Still Sleep Deprived

     You know it when it happens. Your brain consumes way too much time wrestling listlessly with simple tasks. Your eyes threaten to drop shut with every lull in a conversation. You become irritable and you don’t enjoy life as much as you should. If you haven’t already guessed, it’s a condition extraordinarily common […]

Violence Grows in Ukrainian Protests

Violence Grows in Ukrainian Protests

In Kiev, Ukraine, black smoke from burning tires show the line between protesters and police.  Each side stands strong to their beliefs of what will be best for their country, and neither shows any sign of yielding.  The threat of civil war is a growing problem, and in a world where the government is holding […]

Australian Business Man Rebuilds the Titanic

Australian Business Man Rebuilds the Titanic

Have you ever wondered what the real Titanic looked like? If so, you’re not alone. One of Australia’s richest men, Clive Palmer, is replicating the Titanic inch by inch. He calls his replication project the Titanic II. Palmer is a 58-year-old businessman from Queensland, Australia. He is known for owning a mining company called Mineralogy. […]

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