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Mysterious 19th-century shipwreck found in Canada

Sophia Maynard, WriterPOSTED February 6, 2024

Locals in southwestern Newfoundland, Canada, recently discovered an obscure and dated shipwreck, possibly from the 1800s.  Newfoundland’s community noticed a bulky wooden object protruding through...

Fall Photo Contest Winners

Fall Photo Contest Winners

POSTED December 11, 2023

  Changes by Taylor Beaty As summer leaves and fall arrives something else blows in almost like a disease the weather getting colder,  the air getting sharper mornings...

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Police discover a furry driver in Slovakia

Sophia Maynard, WriterPOSTED October 6, 2023

On October 3, 2023, police in Slovakia spotted a dog sitting behind the wheel of a speeding car. Police shared a photo of the dog on Facebook and explained that a traffic camera took it in the village...

Young mother applying suntan lotion on daughters face at the beach

How not to “Feel the Burn”

Sophia Maynard, WriterPOSTED May 18, 2023

  Wearing sunscreen daily is an effective and easy way to protect your skin from the sun.   How can sunburn be bad for you? When your skin gets exposed to UV light, also known as...

Flowers to plant this spring

Flowers to plant this spring

Sophia Maynard, WriterPOSTED May 11, 2023

  Pansy Many know about the pansy flower because of the many benefits of drinking them as tea. These durable flowers are great plants to make your garden feel magical. Pansies grow well...

Hundreds of pounds of pasta found close to New Jersey stream

Sophia Maynard, WriterPOSTED May 11, 2023

On Friday, April 28, 2023, over 500 pounds of pasta, including spaghetti and macaroni, were found at Veterans Park in Old Bridge, New Jersey near a stream.   The pasta was cleaned up last week by...

Spring Activities

Spring Activities

Landri Vander Velde, WriterPOSTED May 10, 2023

It’s officially Spring! The snow has melted and it’s finally getting warmer so it’s a perfect time to spend some more time outside. Listed below are 10 simple and suitable outdoor activities for...

England Zoo is looking for people to dress up as birds and scare seagulls

Sophia Maynard, WriterPOSTED May 3, 2023

The Blackpool Zoo, an animal sanctuary in Lancashire, England, is looking for 5 people to dress up as birds and chase away seagulls. Seagulls are a constant problem at this zoo and are often called...

Scouting for the best Cookie: a Girl Scout Cookie Review

Scouting for the best Cookie: a Girl Scout Cookie Review

POSTED April 11, 2023

The Girl Scouts started in the small town of Savannah, Georgia, in 1912. At the time women couldn’t vote, they were also held to high societal standards. The first troop was comprised of 18 girls, Juilette...

Haunted Schools in the nation

Haunted Schools in the nation

Matthew Buckmaster, WriterPOSTED March 24, 2023

When you hear the word “haunted” your mind may think of haunted houses, ghosts, or even demons, but if the spooky search is broadened to other types of buildings, haunted schools make their eerie entrance....

This is why the U.S. President had a bowl of shamrock on St. Patrick’s Day

Sophia Maynard, WriterPOSTED March 22, 2023

Shamrocks (wood sorrels) are usually seen around St. Patrick's Day. Shamrocks are more than just a green, three-leafed plant; they are very symbolic. It was said that St. Patrick used it to explain the...

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