OHSAA Official Shortage

Alysa F., Staff Reporter

October 14, 2019

For many years the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA)  has been dealing with a loss of sports officials for junior high and high school. As of right now approximately 800 officials have dropped out of the program since...

Super Bowl halftime show was a disappointment

Sophia W., Staff Reporter

February 25, 2019

Like most people, I watch the big game not for the sport, but rather for the commercials (and the halftime show.) In past years, the hype for the whole game was alive and got me excited. This year felt different, in fact, I wasn't...

Ashland High School needs to ensure safety

Sophia W., Staff Reporter

January 18, 2019

Providing safety and reassurance for people is vital, especially if it has anything to do with school and their students. So why make students attend school during bad weather when the parking lots and sidewalks are not well salt...

At-Issue: Should Christmas music be played before Thanksgiving?

Sophia W., Caitlin B., Staff Reporters

January 15, 2019

Yes Many groan at the very thought of Christmas music playing before the sacred holiday of Thanksgiving. In short, Thanksgiving is a time of family, turkey and somehow a few pilgrims that got into the mix. Some may even say, ...

All opinions and voices deserve respect

Caitlin B., Staff Reporter

November 2, 2018

An opinion is not a matter of life or death. Other opinions exist and they are just as important as the one that the next person may hold on whatever issue it may be. Whether it be gun control, abortion or some other topic that th...

High school struggles

Shirleeah P., News, Entertainment and Political Editor

September 21, 2018

To whomever got the idea stuck inside teenagers head's that high school should be the best time of our lives, obviously had an awful life after graduation. Your life should not peak during these four years. Yes, we should be...

New year, same me

New year, same me

January 22, 2018

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