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Lakewood’s LossesPosted 02/03/2022 by Campbell Mahoney

A recent shooting’s tragic aftermath shakes the community. No one is a stranger to tragedy. Shockwaves of horror produced by a catastrophic event ripple out to everyone eventually. And that is exact... More

The Demolished Kingdom of TongaPosted 02/03/2022 by Lucy Adlen

A historic eruption of an underwater volcano has left the Kingdom of Tonga in shambles, leaving the community in an attempt to rebuild.  The Kingdom of Tonga is a small island located in Oceania and ... More

Snow Day – Wednesday, February 2!Posted 02/02/2022 by EADAIR

Dear Team DPS: All DPS schools and offices will be closed on Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2022, due to continued staffing shortages and the combination of snowy conditions and extreme cold. Families whose stude... More

A Frightening Fire in MarshallPosted 01/31/2022 by Lauren Maggio

A disastrous fire destroys over 1,000 homes in the Boulder county area, leaving many shocked and scared for what is to come. On December 30, 2021, a fire sparked in Marshall, Colorado, just south of t... More

More Than Just A Rainy DayPosted 01/27/2022 by Roxanne Wilkerson

California’s precipitation levels heavily exceed historical measurements, but will this bring the state out of a drought? After a dreadfully dry year, the state of California has concluded that they... More

The News Spreading Across the NationPosted 01/27/2022 by Eleanor Benson

As we enter a new year, a new COVID-19 variant looms over the world. As if the serial killer has come back to life at the end of a horror movie, during a time when the world felt as if it had slowly s... More

365 Days of BidenPosted 01/27/2022 by Lucy Adlen

Biden’s first year in office started with a global pandemic, a capitol insurrection, and a divided nation. The year 2021 began with quite a frenzied, unforgettable bang. On January 1st, as the world... More

New COVID-19 RegulationsPosted 01/25/2022 by Nicholas Neuhalfen

Due to the rise in COVID-19 cases, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has updated its guidelines regarding quarantine and isolation. Coming off of the largest spike in COVID-19 cases ... More

She Kills Monsters Takes Over the StagePosted 01/20/2022 by Lucy Adlen

Thomas Jefferson High School’s Theater Department is ready for the opening night of their production, She Kills Monsters.  After being out of commission for a year and a half, TJ Theater is finally... More

Tennessee’s Thoughtful TrainingPosted 01/18/2022 by Aviva Freedberg

Tennessee beauty professionals are now required to take one hour of domestic violence training to know the signs that a client is being abused.  One in four women and one in nine men in the United St... More