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Why is Thirteen Reasons Why Trendy? Movies 

Why is Thirteen Reasons Why Trendy?

Many of us today are familiar with Netflix and all of the other movie streaming sources, but after finishing a certain series, the most popular question most people ask themselves is “now what do I do with my life?” That thought has come from the nail-biting show of Thirteen Reasons Why. Whether you binge-watched the series in a weekend or read the entire book when it came out, the general consensus is that Thirteen Reasons Why is one of the most crippling depictions of modern teen suicide. Thirteen Reasons Why…

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No Food, No Fun Uncategorized 

No Food, No Fun

As some may know, the Roaring Spring Dam Park was a place for a clean, dependable water source, picnics, duck feeding, dressy pictures, and many other memorable reasons. Although, it’s official. Feeding the wildlife at the Spring Dam Park is no longer allowed. These ducks and geese have been living on these grounds for many years and have been fed by local residents. Monday night, the Roaring Spring Borough Council voted 6 to zero to prohibit the feeding. This made some residents upset. It was said that the food isn’t…

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Intercepted Scholarships Features News Sports 

Intercepted Scholarships

Sunday, March 12th at the 20th annual Central Pennsylvania National Football Foundation dinner, 45 high school football players were awarded. One of these players was Northern Bedford’s very own, Jacob Dasher. Dasher is the son of Keith and Trish Dasher, and was awarded for his work in the classroom, in the community, and on the field. Past recipients of this award from Northern Bedford include Willie Sollenberger, Andrew Cronrath, Blake Over, Aaron Batzel, and now Jacob Dasher. He has stated that this organization “is great and has helped student-athletes forward…

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Dancing Off Cancer Uncategorized 

Dancing Off Cancer

On Friday, February 17th Penn State started their annual dance-a-thon at the Bryce Jordan Center. They danced to raise money for kids diagnosed with cancer. After 46 hours, many dancers finally sat down from being on their feet. Over 10 million dollars were raised for this event. Some of the dancers say that at the end, revealing the amount raised is great, but the hours before really count. Rebecca Febbo, a dancer, explained, “Kids are really important to me, and seeing them run around, having fun, and be carefree in…

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An Arrogant Presidency Uncategorized 

An Arrogant Presidency

It’s been roughly 40 days into President Trumps presidency, and many things have started to revolt at the White House. So far at the White House, what Trump has done is the Regulatory Form, Steam Protection, the Anti-Corruption Appeal, Police Protection, Border Security, and many others. Just the other day, President Donald Trump thinks that former President Obama is behind all the leaks in his administration. He believes that these leaks have disrupted his few days in White House. After being asked numerous questions by Fox News, he kept going…

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Adele Sends Her Love Uncategorized 

Adele Sends Her Love

Last night, Adele swept others off their feet at the 59th Grammy Awards along with Beyonce. Adele also went home with 5 total awards including one for album of the year. Beyonce, who has recently announced that she is having twins, told everyone why she is nicknamed “Queen Bey” with a strong medley of “Love Drought” and “Sandcastles.” This was a nine minute set that celebrated women and motherhood. Adele has opened up the show with her hit “hello,” and had then later performed an arrangement of George Michael’s “Fastlove”…

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Money Wasting Food 

Money Wasting

Over the past 5 years, more than 100,000 students have been rejecting school meals. Some districts in Pennsylvania were looked into about why there was so much rejection. In 2010, the Healthy and Hunger Free Kids Act changed what can be served in the nation’s lunchroom. The School Nutrition Association has stated that in Pennsylvania, the involvement of lunch has dropped by 119,000 people over the last 5 years. Also, during 2016, the National School Lunch Program fulfilled 30.3 million people which from 2010, it’s drop of 1.5 million. The…

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Abhor Abortion Uncategorized 

Abhor Abortion

Conservatives in Congress and anti-abortion activists are applauding President Donald Trump for signing the executive action on Monday restoring the so-called Mexican City Policy which now prevents non-governmental organizations from giving funds towards abortions. This helps boost abortions from receiving US government funding. The policy, originally put in place by the Reagan administration, was repealed by the Obama administration in 2009. Even during the Obama years, the US law prohibited direct funding for abortion services. Non-governmental organizations that had helped perform the procedure were allowed to receive funding for other…

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A Girl Like Her Uncategorized 

A Girl Like Her

A Girl Like Her is a great example about how bullying can have an effect on people, like the affect of negative words. People tend to think that movies like this are boring and dull, but A Girl Like Her makes a vivid point about how bullying plays a factor in everyday lives. Lexi Ainsworth plays Jessica Burns, the victim of the bullying. Her life has been taken a downward spiral because of a very popular girl at school, Avery Keller, who is played by Hunter King. After getting unfavorable…

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Fall Fun Food Music Special Events 

Fall Fun

Fall might be considered as the leaves changing or the cooler weather, but the beginning of fall is remembered by most people as the Fall Foliage Festival. Held in Bedford, the festival celebrates their 52nd year on the weekends of October 1 and 7. The festival, held on the 1 and 7 weekends of October, has brought in people near and far to kick off their fall with some exciting entertainment, food, and crafts. A visitor, Jeff Jurick, traveled almost an hour to the festival. “We’re from West Virginia and…

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