This is the last week we publish our papers for this year, and since it’s the issue before Christmas the kid’s Santa letters will be the highlight of our papers.
Lifestyle & Opinions
The relentless call for school consolidation never seems to end. This fall, James Machell, the dean of the University of Central Oklahoma’s College of Education and Professional Studies, released a
Human trafficking in the form of slavery is not simply something that happens in secret. There are many countries that openly allow it. The leaders of those countries claim to
It can be frightening to begin anew. Leaving one life for another and venturing into the unknown holds its risks. There are new adventures, new duties and endless possibilities. During
Canton seventh graders, led by Ryan Hysell, are collecting bandages for the Children’s Hospital. Character bandages are desired at the hospital because children better respond to procedures when they can