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Farewell 2010s

Farewell 2010s

Jocelyn Laiz Diaz, Staff Reporter January 7, 2020

With the start of a new decade, it is time to look back and reflect on the memories from the past decade. The last 10 years have had many ups and downs, including the first african-american president,...

St. Peters Sings Carols for Nursing Homes

St. Peters Sings Carols for Nursing Homes

Emily Ostrom, Staff Reporter January 6, 2020

Christmas is supposed to be a time of joy and celebration and everyone deserves to experience that happiness. The people of St. Peter’s Lutheran Church recognize this and want Christmas joy to reach...

Free Meals Over Winter Break

Free Meals Over Winter Break

Joycee Redman, Staff Reporter December 31, 2019

Seamless Summer Option Food Service Program is going to team up with Bartholomew Consolidated School Corp. (BCSC) to serve free meals over BCSC’s winter break. The meals started on Dec. 23 and will continue...

Start the New Year Right With These Old Traditions

Start the New Year Right With These Old Traditions

Grace Wolter, Staff Reporter December 31, 2019

The end of the decade also brings in the new year. On Dec. 31, people all around the world will gather, waiting in anticipation as the clock strikes midnight. Whether you are celebrating with your family...

Things to Do in Columbus around Christmas

Things to Do in Columbus around Christmas

Allie Hall, Staff Reporter December 9, 2019

Wondering what there is to do in Columbus around Christmas? Allie Hall gives seven great Christmas activity ideas for friends and families in Columbus. https://youtu.be/BsFWotCioZE

Brain Chips: The Virus of the Future?

Brain Chips: The Virus of the Future?

Robert Kanehl, Design Editor December 3, 2019

In 2016, inventor and entrepreneur Elon Musk founded a company under the name “Neuralink.” Up until recently, the motives and purpose of this trademark have been unknown. However, in July of 2019,...

The Fight For Democracy

The Fight For Democracy

Aiden Nesci, Staff Reporter November 8, 2019

Beginning in June 2019, the Hong Kong protests have been increasingly violent. Hong Kong's Extradition Bill states that criminals can be extradited back to mainland China. This upset Hong Kong citizens...

Petition to Move Halloween Celebrations to Weekend

Petition to Move Halloween Celebrations to Weekend

Gaby Heredia, Content Editor October 31, 2019

Halloween is a holiday that is liked by many people, but the day it usually falls on is not. Obviously trick-or-treating is a major part of the holiday and what most kids and families look forward to....

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Never Forget: The Remembrance of 9/11

Alli Barnette, Staff Reporter September 11, 2019

On this day, 18 years ago, our country went through a terrible tragedy that could only be explained in one word; terroism. On Sep. 11, 2001, a series of four coordinated terrorist attacks by the Islamic...

East Teacher Assistant Passes From Battle With Cancer

East Teacher Assistant Passes From Battle With Cancer

Adelfo Perez, Staff Reporter September 4, 2019

Marla J. Page passed away Aug. 22 at IU Health University Hospital due to a lengthy battle with cancer. She emotionally touched many people, including students, staff members and the community of Columbus. Page...

Auditorium Construction Rundown

Auditorium Construction Rundown

Allie Hall, Staff Reporter September 3, 2019

Robbins Auditorium at Columbus East is getting a $3.1 million remodel. The theatre will have all new seating, equipment and style. The updated sound, lighting and seats will make the viewing experience...

Hepatitis A Outbreak at Amazing Joes Grill

Hepatitis A Outbreak at Amazing Joe’s Grill

Shelby Morrow, Photography Editor August 22, 2019

The Republic reported Amazing Joe’s Grill closed May 1, 2019 due to an employee having Hepatitis A.  Hepatitis A is a liver infection that can be transmitted by food and is very contagious. The symptoms...

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