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Donaldson Farms Recovers from Disastrous Fire

Donaldson Farms Recovers from Disastrous Fire

Brielle Rapach, Social Media Editor

September 28, 2016


Filed under News, Uncategorized

A fire at local Donaldson Farms didn’t stop the Donaldson staff from proceeding with the farm’s festivities that were planned for the following night. On September 9th, a barn at Donaldson Farms, located off of Allen Road in Mansfield Township, went down in flames.  According to wrnj.com, the ...

Finland Giving Away 10 K a Year!!!

Anthony Gonzalez

January 7, 2016


Filed under News

The Finnish government recently announced that it is planning to introduce a tax-fee monthly payment of 800 euros each year to all adults living in Finland, regardless of income, wealth, or employment status. The Finnish government hopes that asa result of the change, more people may look for work. E...

Bear Attacks and Severely Injures Llama in Long Valley

Brandon Colon, Broadcast Editor

January 7, 2016


Filed under News

On December 9th at approximately 4 a.m., Ron Caruso, who lives on East Valley Brook Road, was awakened by his barking dog and screaming that was coming from outside. He looked outside his window and saw what appeared to be a bear in the distance. The aggressive, hungry bear terrorized the family’s...

A Risk or a Rescue?

A Risk or a Rescue?

Samantha Garretson, Features and Column Editor

December 3, 2015


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Are you tiptoeing on your very own soil?   In result of the recent terrorist attack in Paris by the group of Isis, the people of America are on edge. Not only in anger of all of the tragic damage done to one of our allies, but also in fear of what is going to happen next, possibly in our own ...

SeaWorld to Close San Diego Orca Display

SeaWorld to Close San Diego Orca Display

Benjamin Berth, Feature and Column Editor

December 1, 2015


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Following controversy surrounding the killer whale entertainment display, especially after the documentary Blackfish in 2013, SeaWorld San Diego has promised to close its orca show, replacing it instead with a more naturalized habitat with a focus on conservation. Since February of 1991, when the first d...

Isis Plans an Attack Against Sunday’s World Wrestling Entertainment

Brandon Colon, Broadcast Produce

December 1, 2015


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Isis may be planning an attack against the WWE come Sunday November 22.   The FBI is investigating a mysterious threat claiming that Islamic State terrorists will attack a Sunday World Wrestling Entertainment event in Atlanta.   Though the FBI agents are taking the alleged thr...

9 Officers Arrest African American Man

9 Officers Arrest African American Man

Jacob Plaza

October 16, 2015


Filed under News

On Tuesday, September 15th, an African American teen was arrested by nine police officers in Stockton, California. According to Stockton Police the tenagers was Jaywalking. The cop pulled his baton out, and proceeded to forcefully arrest the teenager in an aggressive fashion. The man called for backup as th...

West Morris Central Increasing Technology

West Morris Central Increasing Technology

Jeffrey Millet, Sports Editor

October 14, 2015


Filed under News, School Updates

Come 2015, West Morris Central will implement an interesting and new way to pay for lunch along with many other items. Each student will be given an account for the school, in which parents put money on a debit or credit card for their own children to purchase food. On each students ID, there are...

Six People Killed in Police Car Chase

Six People Killed in Police Car Chase

October 14, 2015


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Six people were killed and seven people were injured in a car chase in Edna, Texas on September 24th, 2015 when Police were in pursuit with a SUV that was carrying illegal immigrants from Central America. Immigrant officials that are conducting a criminal investigation about the crash determined that...

Studies stated Shkreli was not a rogue

Studies stated Shkreli was not a rogue

Benjamin Berth

October 14, 2015


Filed under News

Last week proved the power of public rage as Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO Martin Shkreli promised to roll back the infamous price hike of Daraprim, an essential toxoplasmosis drug. After purchasing rights to the 60-year old medicine, Shkreli pushed the price of the drug from $13.50 USD per pill to $750,...

Man Throws His Daughter Off a Cliff

Man Throws His Daughter Off a Cliff

Keron Sidhu

October 14, 2015


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Cameron Brown threw his 4 year old daughter, Lauren Sarene Key, off a cliff fifteen years ago to avoid paying for child support. He had previously told Sarah Key-Marer to get an abortion and had even tried to get her deported but she did not agree and gave birth to her daughter, Lauren. Brown’s...

Dinosaur Species Report

James Bilinsky

October 14, 2015


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For dozens of years, dinosaurs were known to mostly live in warm, tropical climates. In the past few decades, though, more and more examples of colder climate living dinosaurs have come up. For instance, evidence has been found in the form of Ugrunaaluk kukpikensis (pronounced oo-GREW-na-luck KOOK-pik-en-sis)...

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