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Caleb Lingenfelter: Musically Talented Arts Features Music 

Caleb Lingenfelter: Musically Talented

Caleb Lingenfelter was born on December 20, 1996. He is the son of Andrew and Bevette Lingenfelter and has two siblings; Rachel and Seth. He is a junior and is enrolled in University Preparatory classes and his favorite classes are Physics, Pre-Calculus, and Government/Economics. When he is not in school Caleb enjoys restoring tractors, hunting, and occasionally golfing. In his free time he is usually working, participate in hobbies, and hanging out with friends or family. In school, Caleb participates in FBLA, FCA, Chorus, and Band. He is also the…

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Easy Meal-Supper and Dessert Arts 

Easy Meal-Supper and Dessert

To make an easy supper, this casserole is easy and does not take a long time to make.  A taco casserole seems strange but it is very delicious. First, cook about a pound of ground beef, then drain the fat.  After that, add taco seasoning.  Put this in the bottom of a casserole dish.  Cook mac ‘n cheese and put this on top of the beef.  Finally, pour some chunky, medium salsa on top and you have your yummy meal! If you want an easy dessert, try the peanut butter…

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Protect Earth, Purchase Green, and Pay Attention Editorials Opinion 

Protect Earth, Purchase Green, and Pay Attention

All around the planet, people are polluting the air, littering all over the earth, and sometimes unknowingly harming the ecosystems and communities.  Not only is that bad for the beauty of nature, but it also harms the animals and plants in those environments. In some areas, such as cities, breathing the polluted air is equivalent to smoking two packs of cigarettes, most likely another cause of asthma.  People in urban areas are typically close to their occupations, so they really should walk or ride a bicycle; it is not only…

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You Don’t Have to be in the Music Department to be a Musical Teacher Arts Features Music News 

You Don’t Have to be in the Music Department to be a Musical Teacher

Mr. Little, one of Northern Bedford’s science teachers, not only teaches, but also is a musician.  As a musician, he expresses his emotions with singing, saying that our own voice makes it more personal than just making music with an instrument. In high school, Mr. Little played the drums, playing the triples for two years.  His main instruments are the guitar and keyboards, other than that, he says he only makes sounds with other ones.  As a child, his mother would play the piano and his brother had played the…

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Woman Sues for Chimp Attack News 

Woman Sues for Chimp Attack

    In 2009, a citizen of Connecticut named Charla Nash was attacked by a friend’s pet chimp and is now going to sue again for the attack.  At the time, she was trying to help get the primate back into her friend’s house, but instead it attacked her.     After waking up in the hospital, Nash knew something was different.  She had asked her brother to turn on the lights, but eventually realized she was blinded; the chimp left her without eyelids, a nose, and lips.  Before the attack, the…

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Malaysia Flight 370 News 

Malaysia Flight 370

There is still no sign of the Malaysian Airline. Today marks the two week long search since Flight 370 has disappeared.  Flight 370 departed from Kuala Lampor at 12:55 a.m. on Friday, March 7, 2014. It was scheduled to land at Beijing at 6:30 a.m. It disappeared two hours into this flight and had completely disappeared off the radar northwest of Kota Bharu, Malaysia, in the South China Sea. On this flight, 227 passengers and 12 board members expected to arrive in Beijing, little did they know something so mysterious…

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Daylight Saving Time News 

Daylight Saving Time

This year Daylight Saving Time will begin on March 9, 2014. It is “Daylight Saving Time” (singular), not “Daylight Savings Time” (plural). It is an event that many people dread. People all over the world must turn their clocks ahead one hour, which means less sleep but more sunlight. After dreadful months of lots of snow, an earlier sun might be refreshing. In 1784, Benjamin Franklin first thought of the idea of daylight saving. Much later on March 19, 1918 The Standard Time Act establishes time zones and daylight savings. Daylight savings is repealed in…

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