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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 The policy, originally put in place by the Reagan administration, was repealed by the Obama administration in 2009.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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Easy Do It Yourself Gifts Uncategorized 

Easy Do It Yourself Gifts

Tis the season for giving, so give your friends a gift they’ll love. Christmas shopping can be one of the hardest things during the holiday season. Finding the time and money to shop for everyone can be a hard and stressful thing. Homemade gifts are a great alternative to buying gifts. They can be personalized, and even have more meaning because they were created with your hands. You can easily make gifts at home that your friends and family will love, you can even make a little something extra for…

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Magical Mischief News Uncategorized 

Magical Mischief

    Have you ever daydreamed about what it would be like if David Blaine, Drake, Dave Chappelle, and Stephen Curry had a magical dinner party? Probably not, but if you have then imagine no more because the dream is finally here!     This Tuesday ABC aired Beyond Magic; A new one-hour special with all the shock value elements of MTV’s ever classic ‘Punk’d’ mixed in with a dash of mystical nonsense that famous magician, illusionist, and endurance artist David Blaine always brings wherever he goes- which, to the…

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13 Killed In Bus Crash Uncategorized 

13 Killed In Bus Crash

In California on the evening of October 23, a tour bus crashed into a tractor and trailer, killing thirteen people and leaving thirty-one injured. The tour bus was returning from a casino in Palm Springs, California. It is unknown whether drugs or alcohol were factors in this accident, but the bus was going so fast that when it hit the back of the truck, the trailer entered exactly fifteen feet into the bus. The survivors said most of the victims were asleep during the time of the accident, and they…

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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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German “Queens” are a Special Kind of Royalty Uncategorized 

German “Queens” are a Special Kind of Royalty

Germany is known for it’s culture around carp, but did you know it has a “Queen of the Carp”? A local girl gets elected to represent the fish and the culture of farming there for one whole year! As if having a carp queen isn’t enough for good ole’ Germany, they also have Queen of the Blossom, Queen of the Lakeland, Queen of the Horseradish, Queen of the Blueberry, Queen of the Bavarian Veal Sausage, and many more. These queens are often photographed in a strange way, too.  The pictures…

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Monte Ritchey Family Fundraiser: Dinner and Auction Uncategorized 

Monte Ritchey Family Fundraiser: Dinner and Auction

On Sunday, January 24, 2016 Northern Bedford Student Council hosted a spaghetti dinner in addition to silent and live auctions. The benefit was to help Monte Ritchey who lives in Loysburg with his wife and two daughters.  Monte, whose oldest daughter, Kayla Ritchey, graduated from Northern Bedford this past year as an active member of the Student Council, and youngest daughter Katie Ritchey, is currently a 5th grader, has been battling Multiple Myeloma. Multiple Myeloma is a blood cancer that affects the white blood cell count, requiring countless trips to…

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