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Dog Fighting Still an American Pandemic

October 16, 2018 by

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Dog fighting is an all too common horror. In many places, even locally, these events are the “norm.” The cruel environments that these dogs are kept in often triggers a survival mode instinct. The dogs are often starved, beaten, injected with steroids, chained, trained in harsh conditions, and much more. Once a dogs are deemed […]

FAHS Marching Band Celebrates P.T. Barnum

October 11, 2018 by

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P.T. Barnum, a classic American icon, founded the Barnum and Bailey Circus. Unfortunately, the circus closed its doors in 2017. A musical film entitled The Greatest Showman was created in honor of the legacy Barnum left behind. The FAHS band brings back New York City’s best circus through music directed by Mr. Charles Ebersole. He is […]

Field of Screams Scares for Twenty-Five Years

October 3, 2018 by

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Field of Screams kicked off its twenty-fifth anniversary with a new attraction. Brothers Jim and Gene Schopf brought FOS to life in 1993, using their family farm as the site of the attraction. As kids, their mom would try to scare them by playing a vinyl record of Disney Haunted Mansion, and they also owned […]

Homecoming Week 2018 Arrives

October 1, 2018 by

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“I hope you guys win. It would be cool for your senior year, and you won the past three years already,” chemistry teacher Mr. Matthew Biniek said.       Homecoming is coming up, and the seniors want to win for the fourth year in a row. This year’s senior theme is the Scientific Seniors. Students will […]

Hawaii Bans Sunscreen that Hurts Reefs

June 8, 2018 by

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Coral reefs have been dying for quite some time. Scientists discovered that a product in some sunscreens has been killing them. Now, Hawaii is trying to get those sunscreens banned to save the reefs. So what part of the sunscreen is harmful? The active ingredient oxybenzone. “A study published in October 2015 showed that oxybenzone, […]

Film Club Hosts Annual Lock-In

April 25, 2018 by

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On 20 April, a group of high school students who are part of Fleetwood’s film club participated in the annual overnight film club lock-in with club advisors Mr. Sean D. Gaston, Mr. Zachary Steven Houp, and Mrs. Erin Barnett. They watched a marathon of 7 films. The films were Miami Connection, The Disaster Artist, The […]

Fairgrounds Square to See Makeover

March 26, 2018 by

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Anyone who has been to the Fairgrounds Square Mall in recent years knows that it has been very empty. There are very few stores still open for business. Recently, the owners have been talking about reconstructing the mall. “Hull Property Group officials have personally visited with township, school board, and county officials on five different […]