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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 […]

Setting Stone Winter Coffee House

Setting Stone Winter Coffee House

Oxford — The Setting Stone winter coffee house will take place at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 9 in the Talawanda High School cafeteria. For those of you who enjoy poetry, fear not for the acts range everywhere from poetry readings to band performances. Tickets will be on sale at lunch during the week of […]

Pushing for More APUSH Textbooks

Pushing for More APUSH Textbooks

OXFORD — Sophomore AP US History students are facing a dilemma. Since the school board’s adoption of a practice five years ago, the funding for course materials has been changed. The practice was adopted in an attempt to justify the one-to-one program that Talawanda has adopted. The one-to-one program has provided individual Chromebooks to every […]

Who is the FFA President?

Who is the FFA President?

Oxford, OH– The roots of the FFA originate from a time when boys were losing interest and leaving the farm. Walter Newman, 1925 became the Virginia State Supervisor of Agricultural Education, wanted to seek a solution to this problem he and three other staff members of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute Agriculture Education Department proposed forming […]

The Game’s Afoot

The Game’s Afoot

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Major Accomplishments

Major Accomplishments

OXFORD–You take a deep breath and count to four. You can’t see the crowd because of the stadium lights glaring down into your eyes, but you know there is a full friday night stadium staring at you. You keep your head high and your eyes set to kill- and you’re walking out onto the field. […]

Homecoming Game

Homecoming Game

Homecoming Parade Gallery!

Homecoming Parade Gallery!

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, […]

Talawanda/Butler Tech FFA Attends Farm Science Review

Talawanda/Butler Tech FFA Attends Farm Science Review

London Ohio– On Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017 members of Talawanda/Butler Tech FFA attended the Farm Science Review. The event teaches people of all ages about the new and improved advances of technology in the agriculture industry. It also teaches younger individuals the importance of our agriculture industry, land preservation and how to farm in different […]