Special to the Panther Press by Dee Henry, sixth-grade teacher and journalism adviser of the Cambridge Springs Elementary School Blue Devils’ Daily (Mrs. Henry is a former Saegertown teacher and … Continue Reading Saegertown shutdown stories: A teacher’s perspective from Dee Henry
By Sam Shelenberger, Editor in Chief Today was the first official day of the school being shut down, and already students are trying to find ways to keep themselves busy. … Continue Reading Saegertown shutdown stories: Haiku Peters
By Sam Shelenberger, Editor-in-Chief Beginning Monday, March 16 at 4 p.m., the Panther Press staff will launch a new series “COVID-19: Saegertown Shutdown Stories.” We will be reaching out to … Continue Reading ‘COVID-19: Saegertown Shutdown Stories’ to be published starting March 16
By Dayna Woodruff, news editor Panther Press editor in chief Sam Shelenberger and staff writer Brennen McWright have received second place in the Public Service/Enterprise Package category from the Pennsylvania … Continue Reading Panther Press wins Student Media Keystone Award for Public Service
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By Theama Schaef, staff writer Students from Saegertown High School recently competed in the Pennsylvania American Legion Essay Contest through Legion Post 205 in Saegertown. This year’s topic is “Does … Continue Reading Saegertown students win American Legion essay contest
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By Dayna Woodruff, news editor, and Kaitlyn Kozalla, senior publications editor Each week from September through May, Edinboro University and JET-24 present the Golden Apple to a northwestern Pennsylvania teacher … Continue Reading Saegertown teacher Kara Bridger honored with Golden Apple Award
By Autie Atkins, staff writer According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 56.2% of people ages 16-24 are wage earners. A majority of the working students are employed in health … Continue Reading On The Job: The highest percentage of youth employment since 1966
By Brady Greco and Josh Weaver, co-sports editors The conversation about the greatest of all time in the NBA will always include Kobe Bryant, but at a time like this, … Continue Reading Kobe Bryant: Locals react to the death of a legend