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Passing of Pepe Features News 

Passing of Pepe

Pepe the Frog, a peaceful meme, has croaked due to the ties to racism and prejudice. Pepe was originally just a cartoon strip. Pepe soon became one of the most famous frogs on the internet. Pepe the Frog was an internet sensation shortly after being published in the comic. He was turned into one of the most famous memes. Considered the sad frog meme, Pepe was the center of the meme-universe for quite some time. His reign lasted from 2005-2016. All good things come to an end, even memes. Pepe…

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Seminole Serial Killer? Features News 

Seminole Serial Killer?

On October 9, 22-year-old Benjamin Mitchell was shot and killed in front of his home in Seminole Heights in Tampa, Florida. Two days later another victim was shot. Monica Hoffa, 32, was killed and found only a half of a mile from Mitchell. The third victim was a 20-year-old autistic named Anthony Naiboa. These three murders are believed to be connected and a possible start to a new serial killer in Tampa. Police have been avoiding the term serial killer to not raise alarm and just don’t have enough evidence….

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30 Days Of Horror: The Boy in The Box Features News Special Events 

30 Days Of Horror: The Boy in The Box

On February 25, 1957 the body of a boy was found in a box in an illegal dumping ground in Philadelphia PA. The boy was estimated to be around 4-6 years old, weighed 30 pounds, and stood 3’3. The boy was found naked but wrapped in a blanket. The boys hair had been recently cut, and his body was recently washed.   There were small scars in several places including his chin, groin, and left ankle, and some indicated he underwent a medical procedure. Head injuries on the boy were…

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What Happened? Hillary Clinton wrote a book! Features Focus News Politics Special Events 

What Happened? Hillary Clinton wrote a book!

On September 12, 2017 Hillary Rodham Clinton released her new book What Happened. The book is about her experiences as the Democratic Party’s nominee for President of the United States in the 2016 election. Clinton is currently traveling around the US on tour for her book, and on her tour, she discusses her very personal and funny book and also what’s to come in the future. Many Americans are very excited to meet Clinton. On September 16th, Clinton drew more than 1,000 to a Costco in Brookfield, New York. One…

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Homecoming Court News 

Homecoming Court

On September 21 homerooms voted for the 2017 King and Queen, which will be announced at the Homecoming football game Friday September 29. The senior court consists of: Maddie Cherry, Katie Corle, McKenzie Gates, Sydney Lingenfelter, Emma Suter, Trevor Allison, Joshua Dasher, Jaden Fernandez, Andrew Foor, and Jacob Keller. The junior representatives are Madison Cottle and Alexander Fouse. The sophomore representatives are Jennifer Ilgen and Ian Sherlock. The freshman representatives are Ella Gable and Zachary Stone.   Congratulations to all!  

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Current Issues Remembers 9/11 Features News Special Events 

Current Issues Remembers 9/11

On Monday, September 11 2017, history teacher Andrew Barton and his Current Issues class took a field trip to the Flight 93 memorial in Somerset County, and had the opportunity to hear Vice President Mike Pence, Senator Tom Wolf, and Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke speak.   The trip fit in with the class’s current topic of terrorism and also memorialized the victims of the attack that occurred on the same day 16 years earlier when Al Qaeda terrorists attempted to hijack Flight 93. However, due to the bravery…

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Don’t Dock DACA News Politics 

Don’t Dock DACA

DACA, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, was a program set up by past president Barack Obama, but current President Donald Trump would like to do away with this program by March 2018. This program allowed underage, undocumented illegal immigrants to avoid deportation and be able to go to college and get a job. This gives them a chance at life in the United States. It is a program that was started in 2012 and has helped a lot of young immigrants drug to America in hopes of a better…

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Interact Club: Helping Those in Need News 

Interact Club: Helping Those in Need

On Thursday September 14, the NBC Interact Club members traveled via student van to the Woodbury Food Bank to help organize food items. Principal Michael O’Dellick drove the van and stayed to watch the members in action. The members included (from left to right) juniors Ally Ritchey and Ariel Reed, senior Evan Cottle, freshman Livi Horton, and sophomore Alaina Stuckey. “It was really neat to see how hard they work,” said O’Dellick. The students left the school at 10 AM and returned in time for second lunch. This trips occurs…

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The Amazing Art Addition Features News 

The Amazing Art Addition

There is a new addition to the Northern Bedford family this fall, Coryn Snyder. As the beloved Mrs. Lowery retired, the school has gained a new art teacher. Reigning from East Freedom and graduating from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor’s degree in Art Education, Mrs. Snyder, and not the English teacher, is Northern Bedford’s newest art teacher. Mrs. Snyder was born and raised in the Cove and spent much of her time with family. “I grew up in Roaring Spring; I remember playing outside often. My brother…

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Consequential Yogurt Controversy News Politics 

Consequential Yogurt Controversy

    In one of the stranger events of the week, it’s been announced that Chobani has filed a lawsuit against popular conservative personality Alex Jones over fake news stories- as in Chobani, the Greek yogurt company.     In a  lawsuit filed monday in the Idaho District Court in Twin falls, Chobani stated that Jones, a well known right-wing conspiracy theorist, has made unsubstantiated claims in a video on his website Infowars that linked Chobani CEO, Hamdi Ulukaya, and his company’s support for hiring refugees to an unrelated sexual assault…

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