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April 16, 2018

Russian nerve gas

Sam Brown, Section Editor

April 10, 2018

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The attacking of a former Russian spy and his daughter in London via nerve gas has caused large amounts of tension between Moscow and the West. The gas, which has yet to be verified by British scientists, is most likely a form of Novich...

Teacher turmoil

Juliet Richardson, Staffer

April 9, 2018

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Public school teachers from all over the United States, especially Oklahoma and Kentucky, protested at state capitols starting on Monday, April 2, demanding better funding for classrooms and better wages. Many schools in Okla...

The Hart family’s crash

Hannah Jiang, Staffer

April 9, 2018

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The mysterious incident of the Hart family’s car crash remains unsolved. A Californian family of eight, parents Jennifer and Sarah Hart and their six children, drove their family vehicle off a cliff. The crash killed the two...

Keeping Up with Cassadee

Ava Brennan, Section Editor

April 9, 2018

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Country and pop singer Cassadee Pope  recently released her new single “Take You Home.” The song was released on March 29 after a hiatus of about two years. Pope started her music career while she was still in high school....

Cancer cure

Hayden Chandler, Staffer

April 5, 2018

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Recently a new cancer treatment has been created. This is a phrase we have often heard before, but this new “vaccine,” as it has been called by some of the people on the project, may be incredibly different from other cancer tre...

64 Killed in Russia mall fire

Juliet Richardson, Staffer

April 5, 2018

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A fire in a shopping mall in Kemerovo, Russia killed 64 on Sunday, March 25. Of the 64 killed, 41 were children. In the following week, longtime governor, Aman Tuleyev, in Siberia resigned. The fire initially started in the ch...

Uber selling out?

Anthony Lanio, Staffer

April 5, 2018

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Earlier this week, Uber officially agreed to pull their company out of the Southeast Asia region of the world and will be giving their operations there to a regional rival, Grab. Although they will be losing operations in a regio...

Capital Confusion

William Brockette, Staffer

March 27, 2018

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Two people have died in the past three weeks from a series of bombings in the Austin region that have stumped law enforcement and put people on the alarm, until now. For 19 days packages would show up at Austin residents’ homes ...

Austin bombings

Hayden Chandler, Staffer

March 27, 2018

Filed under News

In the past few weeks alone there have been a number of package bombings in the Texas capital, Austin. The bomber, Mark Anthony Conditt, is now dead but as of yet police have not been able to figure out his motive. Although ma...

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