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Racing to State

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This Saturday, November 10th, at 11 a.m., Sophomore Ethan Chambers will run at the State Cross Country Meet at National Trail Raceway in Hebron, Ohio, east of Columbus. Ethan is the first runner from Leipsic to make it to the State Cross Country meet in nearly 30 years.  He is closing in on the school’s […]

Thanksgiving Movies

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Halloween is nearly officially over, and before everyone jumps on the Chris Kringle Wagon of Premature Christmas Fever, I’d like to remind everyone that there is one more holiday before Christmas, Thanksgiving. While I’m sure you are going to go home and put up the Christmas decorations and start listening to your holiday albums that […]

Tailgate Party at the Meadows of Leipsic!

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Before the boys’ football game vs. McComb on Friday, September 28th, stop out at the Meadow’s of Leipsic for some good food and music from The Leipsic Viking Marching Band (pictured above), featuring songs such as “All of the Lights” by Kanye West, “HandClap” by Fitz and the Tantrums, and “Wannabe” by The Spice Girls. The band will […]

Avengers Infinity War: A Spoiler Filled Review and Discussion

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Well. I saw Avengers: Infinity War on Friday. So, in the words of Rhett and Link, let’s talk about that. I guess I’ll start by saying that no opening to a movie has ever made me feel more scared, or ill, than the first three or so minutes of Infinity War. Within that span of time, Thanos (pictured above) […]

Live From New York- It’s Saturday Night!

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You’ve probably heard of it before. Saturday Night Live. SNL. It’s one of the most popular late-night shows since its start in 1975. The number of comedians, musicians, and actors who have graced its stage is countless. Many of these stars have shaped the entertainment industry into what it is today. Stars like Chevy Chase, […]

Why Dungeons and Dragons, Pathfinder, and Other RPGs Aren’t as Dumb as People Think

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I’m sure if someone mentions Dungeons and Dragons around you, you’ll probably immediately think, “That’s stupid. Who plays that?” But, those kinds of games, called role-playing games, or RPGs, are actually fun and can help you practice some good skills. (And keep in mind these aren’t professional opinions). Role-playing games can help your communication skills. The […]

The Best Movie of 2017

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I love movies. I love going to the movies. I love getting to sit there with your popcorn and your soda and just enjoying the experience. In December, I was lucky enough to get to see what is now one of my favorite movies of all time. So for those of you who enjoy musicals as […]

Careers in Music

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I’ve always personally enjoyed the idea of having a career in the music industry. When most people think of a career in music, they think along the lines of becoming a pop star like Ed Sheeran or Taylor Swift. But realistically, there is a whole spectrum of careers in the music industry to choose from. […]

Great Reads

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If you are in high school here at Leipsic, odds are you are required to read an AR book every quarter for a grade. And sometimes, choosing a good book can be hard. But, this article will give you a list of my favorite books I’ve read as well as a few that are supposedly […]

If You Write Short Stories, Read This Article

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There are many types of creative outlets, from reading, to writing, to drawing, to playing an instrument or singing. My creative outlets include playing trumpet, reading (I’m a Stephen King and Rick Riordan fanboy), and writing. I love writing short stories, of every genre. I know a few other people who enjoy this too. To […]

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