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Family Remembers Stephanie Steiner

May 30, 2014 by

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Back In December, I shared my heartbroken story about my stepmom, Stephanie Steiner, who was diagnosed with stage-four melanoma. Many of you have been supporting her and buying the green bracelets. I had planned to give my father, Jeffery Steiner, the bracelet money for his birthday on 26 May and surprise the both of them. My […]

Wild Fire Season Commences in California

May 30, 2014 by

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Recently, a number of fires have started in different areas of California, devastating the area. Over 1,000 firefighters, the California Military Corps, 100 fire engines, and dozens of water trucks are working hard to put an end to the wildfires. Since January, there have been over 1,500 fires in California. Temperatures reaching the triple digits […]

Random Cheese: What Is Your Favorite Summertime Activity?

May 29, 2014 by

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Hanna Schoener, 9th grade: “Hang out with my friends.” Katelyn Langford, 11th grade: “I like to go swimming, go on vacation, and hang out with my friends.” Angelika Guiguema, 11th grade: “I like to sleep.” Kale Sacks, 11th grade:  “I like to sleep.” Caitlyn Murray, 12th grade: “Bonfires and night swimming.” Justin Hummel, 9th grade: […]

March Madness Is a Hit

May 29, 2014 by

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The NCAA basketball tournament is one of the biggest sporting events of the year. Upsets dominate the headlines game after game. People cannot get enough of it, especially this year. “It was a pretty great month for college basketball, a lot of great games and crazy upsets,” junior Wyatt Pennsinger said. Florida was the favorite heading […]

Puck Drops on NHL Playoffs

May 28, 2014 by

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The Philadelphia Flyers and the New York Rangers, both in the Eastern Conference, began their series in New York. Wayne Simmonds lead the series for the Flyers, scoring four total goals. After a back and forth fight, the Rangers won this series 4-3 and moved onto the next round. Sixteen total teams started off in round one. […]

Eagles Sign Army Vet

May 27, 2014 by

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The Philadelphia Eagles recently signed Captain Alejandro Villanueva, a six foot, nine inch, 277 pound Army Ranger. He plays defensive lineman and recently worked out at the Super Regional Combine in Detroit. The Eagles liked what they saw in him and signed him to a rookie free-agent deal. He served three tours in Afghanistan, which […]

Summer Fashion All About Maxi Skirts and Crop Tops

May 26, 2014 by

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The 2014 summer fashion is hotter and more stylish than last year. There are new styles of shorts, tops, skirts, and shoes. The big trend this year is maxi skirts and crop tops, but also side-shoulder purses. Printed short dresses are out; long, solid, bright dresses are in. According to Glamour.com, knee-length, nineties flower-print dresses are making a […]