• The First 100

    The First 100

    Emily Robertson, Staff Writer

    December 1, 2016

    Donald Trump, the 45th president-elect, received the title when he won the electoral college in the United States' presidential election on November 8. Trump has many ideas for the future of America; citizens need to give him a chance, and respect the reality of Trump's win. Trump has proposed... READ MORE »»

    Donald Trump will be America's 45th president

  • Spotless Science

    Spotless Science

    Payton Runyon, Staff Writer

    November 29, 2016

    Ms. Brooke Davis isn't just a science teacher, she's also an entrepreneur. "I make natural bath and body products," said Davis, whose business is called Barefoot in the Garden. Davis creates natural bath and body products. The products are created from a combination of ingredients, that include... READ MORE »»

    Barefoot in the Garden body lotion comes in vanilla lavender.

  • Walking in Faith

    Walking in Faith

    Emily Robertson, Staff Writer

    November 29, 2016

    In 2012, Andrew Correll and Nicholas Hoskins, then freshmen, approached Mr. George Caras to create a bible study group. Ultimately, they were able to form the group. Now five years later, Faithwalk continues as a Christian bible study group that meets every Thursday in Ms. Janelle Ehninger's room... READ MORE »»

    Sophomores Hannah Mitchell and Grace Borders lead a Faithwalk meeting after school.

  • Hall of Fame or Hall of Shame

    Hall of Fame or Hall of Shame

    Justin Artz, Staff Writer

    November 28, 2016

    Pete Rose finished his baseball career with the most hits in the MLB. He had 4,256 hits to end his career and still is number 1 on the hit list. The switch hitter has some of the greatest stats in baseball, but he still is yet to see his career honored in the Hall of Fame. Pete Rose has been denied a... READ MORE »»

    Legend Pete Rose slides into the base at the 1970 All-Star Game (courtesy of Fox Sports).

  • Chasing After Christmas

    Chasing After Christmas

    Autumn Jenkins, Editor-in-Chief

    November 18, 2016

    Following Halloween, there are many holidays, yet stores mainly focus on Christian holidays, like Christmas. Thanksgiving, though not a religious holiday, is often most overlooked. Kohl's, Bath and Body Works, and Kroger are just a few chains that have begun selling Christmas goods. Many people... READ MORE »»

    Businesses across the United States are ignoring Thanksgiving and other holidays to sell Christmas goods (image courtesy of PNG All).

  • Hamsters Expelled From School

    Hamsters Expelled From School

    Ashlie York and Andrea Rediess

    November 15, 2016

    On September 30, 2016, the IMC became the new home for two hamsters donated by sophomore Brooke Puterbaugh. The students working in the IMC wanted a class pet that would comfort students and relieve stress. The two hamsters were named after Head Principal George Caras and Assistant Principal Jason Inkrott. Inkrott... READ MORE »»

    Head Principal George Caras and Assistant Principal Jason Inkrott hold the IMC hamsters

  • Controver-cells

    Controver-cells

    Ellie Coppock, Staff Writer

    November 14, 2016

    In Ms. Jody Henry's advanced biology classrooms, a discussion took place on November 8 and 9 that centered around stem cells. There are two types of stem cells. The first type, embryonic stem cells, are taken from a human embryo which destroys it. Embryonic stem cells can transform into any cell in the... READ MORE »»

    Ms. Jody Henry's sixth period class gets ready for their debate.

  • Paying It Forward

    Paying It Forward

    Taylor Shively, Staff Writer

    November 14, 2016

    Some freshman Language Arts teachers have introduced a new yearlong project for students, which promotes one thing: kindness. Language Arts teachers Ms. Chesley Booth and Ms. Missy McMonigle came up with the idea after reading the story "A Sound Of Thunder" by Ray Bradbury with their students. The... READ MORE »»

    The inspirational "Butterfly Board" in Ms. Chesley Booth's classroom

  • Be Our Guest

    Be Our Guest

    Harley Johnson, Assistant Editor

    November 11, 2016

    Northmont held the dedication for the Community Auditorium on November 6, 2016. The dedication was open to all. Guests received a program which included background of the auditorium. The architects, the Board of Education, and Central Office Administration were also thanked in the program as well. The... READ MORE »»

    The newly named Community Auditorium.

  • It’s Time to Wake Up

    It’s Time to Wake Up

    Reide Combs, Staff Writer

    November 8, 2016

    White privilege (or white skin privilege) is a term for societal privileges that benefit white people in western countries beyond what is commonly experienced by the non-white people under the same social, political, or economic circumstances (Mount Holyoke College). White privilege does indeed... READ MORE »»

    (Image courtesy of The Odyssey Online).

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Walking in Faith

Walking in Faith

Emily Robertson, Staff Writer

In 2012, Andrew Correll and Nicholas Hoskins, then freshmen, approached Mr. George Caras to create a bible study group. Ultimately, they were able to form the group. Now five years later, Faithwalk continues as a Christian...  Read More »

Nov 29 • No Comments

Hamsters Expelled From School

Hamsters Expelled From School

Ashlie York and Andrea Rediess

On September 30, 2016, the IMC became the new home for two hamsters donated by sophomore Brooke Puterbaugh. The students working in the IMC wanted a class pet that would comfort students and relieve stress. The two hamsters...  Read More »

Nov 15 • No Comments

Controver-cells

Controver-cells

Ellie Coppock, Staff Writer

In Ms. Jody Henry's advanced biology classrooms, a discussion took place on November 8 and 9 that centered around stem cells. There are two types of stem cells. The first type, embryonic stem cells, are taken from a human...  Read More »

Nov 14 • No Comments

Paying It Forward

Paying It Forward

Taylor Shively, Staff Writer

Some freshman Language Arts teachers have introduced a new yearlong project for students, which promotes one thing: kindness. Language Arts teachers Ms. Chesley Booth and Ms. Missy McMonigle came up with the idea after...  Read More »

Nov 14 • No Comments

Be Our Guest

Be Our Guest

Harley Johnson, Assistant Editor

Northmont held the dedication for the Community Auditorium on November 6, 2016. The dedication was open to all. Guests received a program which included background of the auditorium. The architects, the Board of Education,...  Read More »

Nov 11 • No Comments

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