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Random Cheese: What’s your 2012 New Year’s Resolution?

December 22, 2011 by

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With a new year comes new experiences and a chance to improve some aspect of yourself. What is your New Year’s resolution? Conor Donohoe  (’12): “To make Dan McMullen as miserable as possible.” Casey Heffelfinger (’12): “I want to get more in shape.” Skylar Luckenbill (’12): “To walk.” Seth Knauer (’12): “To not have one […]

“Merry Christmas” Greeting Preferred Among Students, Staff

December 22, 2011 by

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Many people enter the months of November and December with a sense of holiday spirit. From Thanksgiving and Hanukkah, to Christmas, Kwanzaa, Boxing Day, and everything in between, most people in the United States celebrate some holiday this time of year. Streets and stores are decorated to fit the season, but one aspect of their […]

Healthiness of School Lunches May Decrease

December 21, 2011 by

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Do you enjoy the current lunches the school provides, even if some are not the healthiest possible choices? Because of a new bill from Congress, your school lunch choices aren’t going to be getting any healthier anytime soon. The new bill, which was released 14 November, would decrease the limitations on serving potatoes in the lunch […]

Reporter Bio: Devin Wenzel

December 21, 2011 by

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Devin Wenzel, a senior at Fleetwood Area High School and younger brother to Bradley Wenzel, is truly a Renaissance man. Despite excelling in countless sports and other activities, especially table tennis, Devin has chosen a different path in life. He plans to attend the University of Cincinnati on a baseball scholarship, though he has not […]

Online Piracy Bill Now in Effect

December 20, 2011 by

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A new bill introduced on 26 October 2011 has recently been passed.  Though the bill was still open to changes, it took effect on 15 December. The SOPA Bill (Stop Online Piracy Act) will expand the ability of law enforcement and copyright holders to fight online trafficking and counterfeit goods as well as infringement. Infringement […]

Wenzel Signs Letter of Intent for Cincinatti

December 20, 2011 by

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On 11 November, FAHS senior Devin Wenzel signed his national letter of intent to continue his education and play collegiate baseball for the University of Cincinnati Bearcats. He signed the letter in front of family, friends, and coaches in the Fleetwood High School Library. Both of Wenzel’s parents and some of his coaches made speeches […]

Boys Basketball Looks for an Eventful Season

December 19, 2011 by

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“Open gyms are looking nice.  A lot of people are coming out,” senior power forward Connor Donohoe said. With fall sports coming to an end, the boys’ basketball season is quickly approaching.  Superfans once again are rallying their troops for war. Unfortunately, last year’s season didn’t go as well as planned.  The boys’ record was 0-12 […]