New Eagle Creek Wildlife Area coming to Brown County, Ohio

Sam Bachtel, Senior Contributor

February 12, 2019

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources recently purchased 1,825 acres of land and will also add 474 more acres, becomes Ohio's 152nd wildlife area in the state that totals at 2,300 acres of land. This area, which is in Brown County in southwestern Ohio, will be called Eagle Creek Wildlife Area, and...

2019 One-Act festival a success

Talia Gogel, Senior Contributor

February 6, 2019

The student directed One-Act Play Festival was held Wednesday, Jan. 30. and Thursday, Jan. 31. in the CFHS Little Theater. There were four short shows playing each night. Each show was directed by one of four seniors, and the event had a cast of over 30 student actors. Over 400 seats were sold for...

What’s going on in Venezuela?

What’s going on in Venezuela?

Audrey Larlham, Senior Contributor

January 31, 2019

Two men are claiming to be president. Hunger and violence is ravaging cities. Hospitals are struggling to treat preventable diseases and malnourished children. Food shortages, hyperinflation, and the collapse of the public health system have taken a catastrophic toll on the nation's citizens. Clearly,...

Buzzfeed article raises questions about site’s credibility

Kennedie O'Byrne, Senior Contributor

January 31, 2019

Three weeks ago, Buzzfeed News posted an article with insider claims from Robert S. Mueller that President Donald Trump had told his former lawyer, Michael D. Cohen, to lie to Congress. Others within the journalism industry were calling this article the "smoking gun" which could project the impeachment...

China sentences Canadian man to death for smuggling methamphetamines

Audrey Larlham, Senior Contributor

January 18, 2019

Tensions between Canada and China have taken a sharp increase since the harsh sentencing of Canadian citizen Robert Lloyd Schellenberg. Schellenberg was sentenced to death in Chinese courts after originally being convicted of drug related charges and sentenced to 15 years in prison. According to CNN,...

Join us for Kindergarten Welcome Night!

Join us for Kindergarten Welcome Night!

Audrey Larlham, Senior Contributor

January 14, 2019

Cuyahoga Falls City Schools will be hosting a Kindergarten Welcome Night on Tuesday, Jan. 22. The program will take place from 6 to 7 p.m. at DeWitt Elementary, 425 Falls Avenue. Any parent, guardian or community member with a child who will turn 5 years old before Aug. 1, 2019 is welcome to attend...

Ohio doctor fired for anti-semitic Tweets

Audrey Larlham, Senior Contributor

January 11, 2019

An Ohio doctor employed at Cleveland Clinic was recently dismissed for posting anti-semitic tweets, including threats to give Jewish people the wrong medication. The tweets were linked to the account of Lara Kollab, who was subsequently fired from her residency at the clinic. "Kollab’s posts called...

Government shutdown: What is happening and what it means

Talia Gogel, Senior Contributor

January 11, 2019

The United States government shut down on Friday, Dec. 21, 2018 due to lack of funding for the border wall. "A government shutdown is when non-essential discretionary federal programs close." The Balance stated in an article. There have been 21 government shut downs so far in U.S. history, and...

Ohio’s November 6 midterm election results

Dalton Husbands, Senior Contributor

November 16, 2018

Last Tuesday, Nov. 6, Ohio had its midterm elections. In this election, many positions of office in local and federal government were open, along with a ballot for law changes. This election was a huge deal, which was made obvious by the bombardment of ad campaigns by both parties. Republicans and...

Trump plans on signing executive order to end birthright citizenship

Audrey Larlham, Senior Contributor

November 2, 2018

With less than a week before midterm elections, President Trump had announced his plans to end birthright citizenship by signing an executive order. Not only does this affect millions of Americans, but it also directly infringes on the rights promised in the 14th Amendment. As stated in the United...

Happy birthday, Cuyahoga Falls High School: CFHS turns 96

Dalton Husbands, Senior Contributor

November 1, 2018

Cuyahoga Falls High School (CFHS) is one of many buildings in Cuyahoga Falls with rich history dating back way before most of us were even born. The building itself turned 96 on Oct. 26. Cuyahoga Falls actually had several schools before the high school we know today was built. The first known of...

College credit plus: Starting off on the right foot

College credit plus: Starting off on the right foot

Talia Gogel, Senior Contributor

November 1, 2018

The College Credit Plus (CCP) meeting was held Thursday, Oct. 25 in the auditorium and discussed how to enroll in one of the variety of dual credit classes at the school. Mrs. Megan Renfro teaches CCP College Composition at the high school. "CCP classes give students the opportunity to experience...

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