By Morgan Radwick, design editor Whether you are for or against childhood immunizations, there has been a lot happening from state to state regarding the potential for losing medical freedoms … Continue Reading Vaccination Viewpoint: Are your medical freedoms at risk?
By Nick Archacki, news editor The Masters is undoubtedly the most anticipated event of the year on the PGA Tour. The best golfers from around the world earn their way … Continue Reading Column: Tiger Woods wins Masters, completes the re-birth of a legend
By William Hetrick Coaches have banquets. It has become a time-honored tradition with nearly all sports at all schools. Athletes get awards, gifts, and accolades. I suppose it’s a nice … Continue Reading The value of a coach: Greg Molnar
By Kaitlyn Kozalla, features editor On Sunday, March 3, I picketed with my family to show support for the plight of United Electric members after a nine day lockout. I … Continue Reading Picketing with my father: United Electric lockout strikes home
By Kassie Boyd, editor-in-chief President Donald Trump began his first televised Oval Office speech in January with claims of “a growing humanitarian and security crisis at our southern border.” The … Continue Reading Opinion: President Donald Trump’s Oval Office speech yet another spin of broken record
By Kaitlyn Kozalla, features editor, and Dustin Steiger, A&E editor In January, President Trump addressed the American people and the world from the Oval Office. During this address, he tackled … Continue Reading Opinion: Why the Wall is necessary, not discretionary
By Taylor Munce, sports editor (Note: This is the third in a three-part series on the Trump rally in Erie on Oct. 10.) President Donald Trump came to Erie for … Continue Reading Column: President’s visit reinforces the ‘Divided States of America’
By Kaitlyn Kozalla, features editor (Note: This is the second in a three-part series on the Trump rally in Erie on Oct. 10. Taylor Munce’s column will be published Friday.) … Continue Reading Column: Covering presidential visit was ‘positive and exhilarating’
By Dustin Steiger, arts and entertainment editor (Note: This is the first in a three-part series on the Trump rally in Erie on Oct. 10. Columns by Taylor Munce and … Continue Reading Column: President Trump stops in Erie to ‘Make America Great’
Volume 12 Issue 8: Senior Issue was released on June 1, 2018 (click here to read)
Volume 12 Issue 4: Valentine’s Day Issue was released on Feb. 14, 2018. (click here to read)
by Paula Stachuletz, staff writer The “school cone” is a German tradition based on a story that children were told back in the 19th century. According to the story, teachers … Continue Reading Stachuletz Stories: Wel-‘Cone’ to school – a German tradition for elementary kids
Volume 12 Issue 3 was released on Dec. 21, 2017. (click here to read)
Volume 12 Issue 2 was released Nov. 21, 2017. (Click here to read)
by Paula Stachuletz, staff writer How many of you are familiar with the saying: “When in Rome, do as the Romans do?” Well, this is definitely easier said than done. … Continue Reading Stachuletz stories: Tell me what you think and I’ll tell you who you are
Volume 11 Issue 9 was released Monday, June 5, 2017. Click here to read.