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Congress Passes Bill to Drill in Arctic

December 22, 2017 by

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While many political issues have flooded social media as of late, Congress has been quietly attempting to open an oil drilling area in the plains of the arctic refuge.  Six house Republicans just voted in favor of a tax bill that allows the drilling over a massive area of the reserve. The bill allows the […]

Notorious Murderer Charles Manson Dies

December 21, 2017 by

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Charles Manson was born on 12 November 1934. Mason was an American cult leader whose followers were mass murders in the 1960s. Manson’s leaders were called The Manson Family. The Manson Family, including Charles himself, was a group of approximately 100 followers who shared his passion for an unconventional lifestyle and habitual use of hallucinogenic […]

California Teen Ends Life from Bullying

December 20, 2017 by

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Rosalie Avila was a thirteen-year-old girl who lost her life because of bullying. Rosalie’s bullying led to her loss of innocence. She attempted to commit suicide on 27 November 2017. She was declared brain dead on 1 December 2017 and was taken off life support on 4 December 2017. Avila was found unconscious in her […]

FBLA Craft Show a Fun Time for All

December 19, 2017 by

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FBLA held a craft show on 18 November. It will not only help FBLA but also the senior class as well. The craft show started at 9:00 a.m and ended at 3:00. Anyone could go, and it was free to enter. The entrance was through the doors across from auditorium. FBLA members and seniors sold […]

Weinhold and Crissman Selected as November Students of the Month

December 14, 2017 by

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Sarah Crissman and Chris Weinhold were named Fleetwood’s November Students of the month. Sarah is the daughter of Pam and Dave Crissman, and Chris is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Weinhold. “I think I was chosen because the teachers and faculty have acknowledged that I have a positive influence in the classroom and […]

Trump Administration Considers Repealing Ban on Elephant Hunting

December 13, 2017 by

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A census that was conducted in 2014 declared that only around 700,000 African elephants were left in the wild. The President of the United States Donald Trump and the Trump administration are now considering repealing an Obama-era ban that protects these giants. This ban blocks the imports of hunting trophies. The ban was introduced to […]

Miller and Crissman Sign Letters of Intent

December 12, 2017 by

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On 8 November,  two seniors signed their letters of intent. Those seniors were Ryan Miller and Sarah Crissman. As long time sports players here at Fleetwood, it’s time for them to take their next step! Sarah Crissman has committed to Monmouth University for track and field, while Ryan Miller has committed to N.C. Central for […]