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Fetus Remains Found Stored in Boxes

November 30, 2018 by

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“I have never seen anything like this in my 41 ½ years on the force, ever,” one police officer said. Sixty-three fetus and infant remains were discovered improperly stored in boxes and freezers at Perry Funeral Home in Detroit, Michigan, just one week after eleven others were found at another Detroit funeral home in a […]

South Carolina Resident Wins Mega Millions Jackpot

November 29, 2018 by

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The Mega Millions jackpot was what every ambitoius American citizen was praying for. Held at $1.537 billion dollars, a resident of South Carolina woke up very lucky on 24 October 2018. The winning ticket was sold at the KC Mart #7 in Simpsonville, in the northwestern region of the state. The winning six numbers were […]

FBLA to Host Workshops Each Month

November 28, 2018 by

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FBLA is helping kids to obtain jobs through their ‘Steps 4 Success’ workshops. Some FBLA student members have decided to help their peers succeed in the workforce. Attending their workshops will give students the information they need to get and keep a successful job. The leaders of these workshops are Megan Zimmerman, Travis Pytleski, and […]

Junior Aliyah Levy Wins DeSales Scholarship

November 27, 2018 by

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Fleetwood junior Aliyah Levy has won first place in the DeSales Poetry contest with a prize of a free four-year tuition scholarship worth $120,000. Levy has always enjoyed writing, and she plans to major in Creative Writing at DeSales. “I have known that Aliyah was an amazing writer and especially an incredible poet since I […]

Voyager 2 Leaves Solar System

November 15, 2018 by

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Mankind’s second object to enter interstellar space finally did so after forty-one years. Voyager 2, designed by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, launched 20 August 1977. Its mission was to observe the Jovian planets. Voyager 2’s twin, Voyager 1, launched 16 days later and became the first man-made object to enter interstellar space. Aboard the probes, […]

Opinion: Kavanaugh Appointment Too Hasty

November 14, 2018 by

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Allegations of sexual assault, no matter the degree, whether or not it was reported right away, or how many years have gone by since the incident, should still be considered relevant. Just because a crime was not reported right after the occurrence does not mean it did not happen. “I don’t think the FBI were […]

FAHS Names October Students-of-the-Month

November 13, 2018 by

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Every month, two students of the senior class are selected by high school staff as Students of the Month. For the month of October, two well-deserving students have been selected. These students are Dameon Rattie and Alexa Hromiak. Both students receive a special parking spot for the month as well as a gift card to […]