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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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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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Maddie Cottle: The Beauty Arts Features News Special Events 

Maddie Cottle: The Beauty

Madison “Maddie” Cottle is a sophomore at Northern Bedford County High School. She will be playing the role of Belle in our school’s production of Beauty and The Beast. Maddie says she wanted to try out for the musical because she has a really strong love for music and singing and felt that it would be a lot of fun. The most challenging thing about having to play Belle for Maddie was memorizing all the lines, but she says that after she got them down, it was an easy ride!…

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Calisthenics V. Weight Training Focus News 

Calisthenics V. Weight Training

By: Gavin Gilbert What is the one burning question that plagues the mind of all muscle-desiring ‘bros’ around the world?   “Should I lift weights, or do bodyweight exercises?”   And the answer to that question lies within another question: what are you trying to do?   If you really just wanna throw on muscle and serious mass, and aren’t particularly worried about strength, hit the weights. If you’re looking to not be quite so big, but have a lot of functional strength, use your own weight (calisthenics).   Lifting…

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NBC Students Save Lives News 

NBC Students Save Lives

The American Red Cross is calling on all eligible donors to step up and give blood or platelets to someone in need. The Red Cross says its blood supply has reached emergency levels, with 50,000 fewer donations than expected. This shortfall leaves about half the readily available blood products on hand today than at this time last year.   Northern Bedford High School students and some community members donated a portion of their blood on Friday, January 20 in the high school gymnasium to contribute to the blood drive. The…

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