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


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 […]



As everyone has heard, we’re doing our first musical since 2013 when we did Annie Jr.  Auditions were recently held, and here’s the cast list. Cheyanne Fleck as Cinderella Nathan Coil as Prince Christopher Eric Williamson as the King Grace Douglas as the Queen Grace Rigel as Stepmother Katelyn Stuber as Joy (Stepsister) Myself (McKenzie Tooman) […]

National Honor Society


What does it take to be a part of National Honor Society?  There are certain criteria that have to be met in order to be a member.  You have to display the four pillars of the chapter.  These include leadership, character, service, and scholarship. A leader is defined as a person who takes command over […]

History of Thanksgiving


Thanksgiving has been around for a long time. In November of 1621 is when the first unofficial Thanksgiving was. William Bradford decided after the first harvest that the Pilgrims would have a feast. The feast is unclear about what was on the menu, but there are records of five deer being hunted and used. In […]

Mrs. Spangler…One Who Was There For Us All


When growing up as a child, you would always wish to be in Mr. Spangler´s class. One reason you always wanted to go into Mr. Spangler’s  is to see his loving and adoring mother Mrs. Spangler, pictured above. She was born on November 17, 1932, in Dayton, Ohio. She has been coming to school for 19 […]

It’s Black Friday!


Ahhhhhh, it’s that time of year again. It is time for parents and older siblings to go Black Friday shopping at stores all over. Black Friday is November 24, 2017, also called, “The Day After Thanksgiving.” Why is it called Black Friday? Black Friday is called this because of the fact that so many people […]



Did you know that there is a local pumpkin patch near you? Did you know they also have a corn maze and fresh apple cider? If that sounds interesting to you, Suter’s is the place for you this fall. This year the theme for the corn maze is “Walking with Dinosaurs II.” You can also pick out […]

Was the Lunch Program a Lost Cause?


Did the government think that putting a restriction on student lunches would help with the bad health decisions many people have been making? As a high school student, I’ve felt that this program became a waste. This program was meant to make the country become healthier, but in reality, kids didn’t even eat the healthy […]

A Spicy Opinion


The leaves are turning, the nights are cold, and Halloween is just around the corner. Yes, it’s my favorite time of the year, Autumn! Now I absolutely LOVE fall everything, but there’s one thing I absolutely HATE about this wonderful season. Pumpkin. Spice. From drinks, to Oreo’s, to car scents, it’s all pumpkin. My opinion […]

Spotlight On: Heidelberg University


Is there anyone at Leipsic who wants to pursue a career in music? Or still haven’t decided on a university to study at? Yes? Well then I have the college for you! Heidelberg is located in Tiffin, Ohio, so you’ll never lose the small town feel, if you enjoy that more than the rhythm of […]

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