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Fleetwood Seniors Sign National Letters of Intent

January 8, 2019 by

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Fleetwood seniors Caitlin Bower and Rebekah Earnest signed their national letters of intent to play volleyball and soccer at Wilkes University and Liberty University, respectively. Caitlin, signing to play volleyball at Wilkes, is very excited for the opportunity to play her favorite sport at a great school with a great coach. “I really liked the […]

Fleetwood Basketball Back for the Season

January 7, 2019 by

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Fleetwood basketball started their season on 7 December 2018 against Bloomsburg High School. It was one of two games they played that weekend. Last year, the Tigers lost to Bloomsburg, but this year they looked to get revenge. Coming into this year, the Tigers’ past three years have all been losing records. Coach Terry Sitler […]

FAHS Interns Host Hidden Personal Techlab

January 4, 2019 by

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Mason Reimert and Corey Livinghouse have been interested in technology for years. Both of them serve on Fleetwood Area High School’s student help desk, which aids staff members with tech problems. Currently, Livinghouse is interning with Fleetwood’s IT department. The two run a complex tech lab out of Reimert’s basement with the help of Thaddeus […]

Two Women Assaulted and Another Killed in a St. Louis Catholic Supply Store

January 3, 2019 by

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As of 20 November 2018, a suspect believed to be a white male between 45- and 50- years-old, presumably armed and dangerous, was on the loose after a brutal attack and murder at a local St. Louis Catholic supply store. The suspect assaulted at least one woman and fatally shot another in the head. The […]

The Coffee or Tea Debate Continues

January 2, 2019 by

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Coffee or Tea? This question has been a longtime controversy as to which is more beneficial for one’s health. In fact, each drink has its own benefits, and it is important for people to understand that there is no right or wrong answer as to which one a person prefers. Recent scientific studies can explain […]