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The History of Roe v. Wade

The History of Roe v. Wade

Kaeden Wise April 15, 2024

Link to image In 1969, Norma McCorvey, an unmarried woman who wanted to terminate her pregnancy, was denied an abortion because it he life wasn't at risk. In 1972, a case was sent to the Supreme Court...

Will Donald Trump be on Oregon’s Ballot for the 2024 Elections?

Will Donald Trump be on Oregon’s Ballot for the 2024 Elections?

Ava Rapport January 25, 2024

Link to image With the next presidential election coming up this year, some states are considering dropping Republican candidate and former president Donald Trump from the ballot. Colorado and Maine...

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Current News (May Edition)

Leslie Garcia, Writer May 23, 2022

Roe V. Wade As of May, there have been many discussions about what's going on with Roe v. Wade. What’s Roe v. Wade? According to, Roe v. Wade is a judicial precedent in the United States...

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Black History Month

Leslie Garcia, Writer February 21, 2022

Black History Month What is Black History Month and when is it celebrated? According to, Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time dedicated...

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Holiday News

Leslie Garcia, Writer November 29, 2021

Airport Cost for Traveling and Safety As the holidays approach, many people are starting to book flights. As a result, the cost of plane tickets will increase. According to CNBC, “Demand for air travel...

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Changing Weather

Leslie Garcia, Writer November 7, 2021

What's Going on in the US? It has been reported that since fall has begun, many places have been experiencing bad weather, even places that are usually nice and sunny. It has been said that  California,...

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The Gabby Petito Case

Zanderlynn Almendra, Writer October 9, 2021

Gabby Petito was a 22 year old woman who was a famous Tik-Toker and Instagram star. She was most famous for traveling in her van. She often used the hashtag “VanLife” or “Vanlifer,”  so it was...

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Connected Homicides In St. Louis, MO

Kai DeBois, Writer October 9, 2021

In the last week, at least 7 black female residents of St. Louis have been shot, three of them killed. A viral Tiktok was posted by LamaraIndigo  suggesting that someone was intentionally killing black...

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Flash News On Current Climate Change

Leslie Garcia, Writer October 9, 2021

What is Happening at This Moment? According to, at this moment we are seeing the effects of an increase in temperatures around the globe, including many glaciers and snowpacks starting...

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Line 3 Pipeline And Why It Could Be Dangerous

Kai DeBois, Writer September 24, 2021

Line 3 is a pipeline that’s been built to carry almost a million barrels (33,180,000 gallons) of tar sands per day. This pipeline goes from Alberta, Canada all the way to Superior, Wisconsin. The pipeline...

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The New Abortion Law in Texas & What You Should Know

Leslie Garcia, Writer September 24, 2021

On September 1st of 2021, a new law came into effect in Texas: it is a six week abortion ban. That means that after six weeks of the pregnancy in Texas, women will no longer be able to abort. This also...

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Biden’s COVID-19 Relief Plan

Tabitha Fitzgerald, Writer January 31, 2021

On Wednesday, January 20th, 2021, Joe Biden became the 46th President of the United States of America. On this historic day, Kamala Harris became the first female vice president and first South Asian Vice...

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