Chickens

March 20, 2014  
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Chickens By: Mitchell Angove The chicken is a domesticated fowl, a subspecies of the Red Junglefowl. As one of the most common and widespread domestic animals, there are more chickens in the world than any other species of bird. There are over six hundred different breeds of chickens. Where did the chicken... Read more »

Shamrock Shakes

March 12, 2014  
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By: Sierra Sullivan Ingredients 2 cups of vanilla ice cream 1 ¼ cups of low fat milk ¼ teaspoon mint extra (not pepper mint by the way) 8 drops of green food coloring    March 1st is the celebration for the Shamrock Shake, and not only that, it’s also Ke$ha’s birthday. The shake was invented... Read more »

The Albino Dolphin

March 12, 2014  
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The Albino Dolphin By: Jonny Hunter The albino dolphin is a very rare animal.  They found a one year old albino dolphin in Japan.  Predators are often looking for albino animals, so this dolphin will receive protection from the predators.  Experts aren’t sure whether this animal will be able to... Read more »

Burton U.S. Open

March 12, 2014  
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Liam Finnecy The Burton U.S Open is a worldwide snowboarding event.  The event is held once a year at different mountains around the Country.  There are several events within the event itself. These include slope style and half pipe events. Both men and women compete in these two events. The first... Read more »

CyberBullying Is A Problem

March 10, 2014  
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By: Chi-Len Baez-Sprague Cyberbullying has increased a lot throughout the years. According to Internet Safety 101, 43% of kids have been bullied online. In fact, in 1 of 4 cases of cyberbullying, it has happened multiple times to the victim. This is horrible. Kids have been become more cruel. Most kids... Read more »

US in Sochi

March 6, 2014  
Filed under National News, World News

Jay Glus   The Sochi Olympics were a great success in practically every area. There were no terrorist attacks and the opening and closing ceremonies were impressive. The US, which will be my topic in this article, was actually quite disappointing despite their success in the medal count. The US... Read more »

Top Five Most Expensive Cars as of 2014

February 18, 2014  
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By: Jerrod N. Presenting  to you the top five most expensive cars of 2014. Coming in at number one most expensive is the Lamborghini Veneno Roadster. The country of origin is Italy. The engine stats are: 750-hp, 6.5-liter, 12-cylinder. It can reach 62 mph in 2.9 secs. The starting price is $4.5 million.... Read more »

Erie: The Snowiest City

January 10, 2014  
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By: Alexandria The ice scrapers scratching up your car, snow plows dumping snow everywhere, the heaters blowing out hot air, and the kids having a ball outside. Where to begin?  Erie’s first flake of winter 2013-2014 came down around October 25th.  Peek’n Peak opened their slopes Friday, November... Read more »

New Year’s Resolution Statistics

January 8, 2014  
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By: Katie G. By now, everyone has already made their New Year’s Resolution for 2014.  However, do you know the most common resolutions?  Do you know the percentage of people that have success in achieving their resolutions or how long they last?  The answers to these questions are here. Top Ten... Read more »

History Of Black Friday

December 4, 2013  
Filed under National News

By: Taniah S. Society has said that, Black Friday is the number one shopping day in the United States, and it’s history is very interesting. In 1960s, Black Friday was just beginning. Ever since the Macy’s Day Parade 1924, people associated the day after Thanksgiving was the day you go shopping.... Read more »

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