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Lefty Pride

October 5, 2011 Being left-handed is a characteristic about myself that I’ve always been extremely proud—it makes me different from everyone else. more »»

Teens Take a Stand at Trumbull County Life Chain

October 5, 2011 Teens from the St. Mary’s Church Teen Vision, St. Pius X Youth Group, and John F. Kennedy High School’s Prolife Club joined others around the nation on October 2, 2011 for the annual Life Chain. more »»

EDUCATION: AN EDITORIAL

October 5, 2011 Education is one of the most important topics in America today because of its’ ongoing significance with each successive generation. more »»

Taking Exploration on the Road: A Different look at Literature

October 5, 2011 On September 13, 2011 the Junior Class of John F. Kennedy High School went on a tour of various locations around our local area as a supplement to their literature class. more »»

Dead Girl?

October 5, 2011 My first stop just had to be school. I floated through the double doors, right past the metal detectors (much to my glee), and down to my locker hallway. more »»

Attention, budding journalists

September 19, 2011 Page One is probably the best thing that a teen who wants a job in journalism can do. more »»

Dead Girl?

September 19, 2011 “One thousand one hundred fifty, fifty-one, fifty-two, fifty-three . . .” I woke to someone counting rather obnoxiously over my head. A guy, judging by the depth of the voice. “Hey, you. Wake up. more »»

Scouts have fun up north

September 12, 2011 On Aug. 13, Troop 101 began its trip to Algonquin Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada. After an about eight-hour drive, the Scouts arrived at camp about 4:30 p.m.. more »»

Opinion— Note to Humanity: Act more humane

September 12, 2011 Ahh…veterinarians. more »»

The four horsemen of heavy metal

August 29, 2011 The musical genre known as metal has been entertaining the head banging masses for over four decades now, and as with every other style of music, metal has certain stand-out musicians and vocalists... more »»

Dogs III, Life with the great Danes

August 29, 2011 EDITOR’S?NOTE: This is the final installment of staff members writing about their favorite pets: Most children’s first word is mommy or daddy. Mine was dog. more »»

Camping for the band

August 22, 2011 Band Camp is what millions of marching band students from all over the United States look forward to end their summer and bring in a new school year. more »»

Dogs, Part II

August 22, 2011 Conventional wisdom says that dogs are man’s best friends, and when I was 8 I learned that it was true. On January 9, 2004, we got a German Shepherd mix puppy. more »»

Dogs Part II

August 22, 2011 Many people haven’t heard of puggles. But, truth is, puggles are one of the best breeds you could ever own. For those of you who don’t know, a puggle is a mix of a pug and a beagl. more »»

Dogs and cats

August 15, 2011 Doberman The loyal and beautiful Doberman Pinchers for the longest time have had a most undeserved reputation as killers and rabid guard dogs. more »»

May I take your order?

August 12, 2011 Remember when speaking of Barney, “I love you” came to mind? Now my cousin likes to sing “I hate you” and many other hateful things towards the purple dinosaur in the same rhythm. more »»

Teen Tradition: Tribune Journalism Workshops

August 12, 2011 The Page One Journalism workshops resume Sept. 22 with the new 2011-12 class of young journalists assembling on the second-floor of the Franklin Street newspaper for orientation. more »»

Life of a delegate at Buckeye Girls State

August 12, 2011 Nine hundred girls, one week, one government system, and a once in a life time experience. more »»

Fore! Teens tame Tamer Win

July 28, 2011 On July 8, Tamer Win Golf Course in Cortland held its 18th annual boys pre-season golf tournament. more »»

Shakespeare, Can You Dig It?

July 25, 2011 Two years ago at Morley Pavilion in Mill Creek Park, Carol Weakland started Shakespeare in the Park. Weakland directed A Midsummer Night’s Dream and it went off as a hit. more »»

 
 

 

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