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Sled Hockey Paralympian: Jack Wallace

Molly Bobik, Staff

May 7, 2018

Filed under Features, National News, Photography, Sports

The families of Greater Latrobe are far reaching and made up of many great stories. Melissa Boerio, a physical education teacher at Mountain View Elementary School and sixth grade camp coordinator, is the proud titleholder of one of these amazing tales. Lately, Boerio has had many moments to take pride in, as her second cousin, Jack Wallace, a sled hockey paralympian, has skated to victory. Jack is the son of John W...



Maddie Stas, Staff Member

March 27, 2018

Filed under National News, Student Features, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Teen girls tend to worry about who Arie picked on this season of the Bachelor, or when the Weeknd is coming out with his new album. These things are the least of 17-year old’s Greta Bergman’s worri...


Dianna Dinh, Editior

March 13, 2018

Filed under Features, National News, News

On February 14, a tragedy happened down at Parkland, Florida in Stoneman Douglas High School. “No one expected it happen, I live less than an hour away and when I heard the news, I was shocked because Parkland was ranked as one of the safest towns in Florida.” Katalina Pho said. Katalina Pho, who used to attend Greater Latrobe back in 2008, lives in a town only less than an hour away from the tragic incident. ...

Flu Season

Bianca Pate, Assistant Editor in Chief, Online Editor, Copy Editor

March 13, 2018

Filed under Local News, National News, News

Are you coughing? Do you have chills? Are you just feeling overall "not well"? There is a chance you might have the flu. According to NBC News, "It's killed at least 37 children and thousands of adults, and this is either the worse season since 2015, or 2009, depending on how you measure it." Also, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, "In a typical year, the flu kills about 36,000 people in the...

Addy Vavick Takes on Women’s March

Molly May, Reporter

February 20, 2018

Filed under Local News, National News, School News, Student Features

     “I see every human as an equal, and the only way our country can ever truly be united is if the hate is driven out with love and tolerance,” said junior Addy Vavick.      On Sunday January 21,2018, people flooded the streets of Downtown Pittsburgh for the second annual Women’s March.  It was the one year anniversary of the women’s march that took place last year in Pittsburgh.      Junior Addy ...

Emily Fenton shares her first hand account on the Vegas shooting

Emily Fenton shares her first hand account on the Vegas shooting

October 25, 2017

October 1 2017: a day that will be remembered as one of the saddest in American history. Early this day, a disturbed man smuggled 17 guns into a hotel room. 10 of these were considered to be legally i...

Hurricane Relief

Molly Bobik, Staff

September 28, 2017

Filed under National News

“The 2017 hurricane season has been a challenge for forecasters. For the later part of the summer, forecasters have constantly been monitoring tropical waves off of Africa that could potentially impact the U.S.,” said Connor Belak, former student who now attends Ohio University for meteorology. Belak graduated in 2015 and was widely known around the school for his knowledge of the weather and enjoyed making his own pred...

We remember Flight 93

Cennedi Fry, Staff Writer

September 19, 2017

Filed under National News

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