Kick It for Cancer

Sarah Cardina, Staff Writer
May 1, 2015

Kick it! Do you like playing kick ball? Do you want to help kids who need your help? Then Friday’s event is the perfect place for you! This year Chardon is hosting their first ever kick- it-for cancer event. All proceeds will be going to Pediatric Cancer research! Mr.Mizen is the one who is involved... Read more »

Your Life, Your Choice

Jordan Barrett, Staff Writer
May 1, 2015

our Life, Your Choice is a program put on every year around prom time that high school seniors from Geauga County schools attend from across the area.  This is a program of awareness of all the dangers of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated.  Chagrin Police Officer Dick Goldsmith started this... Read more »

Maple Festival Overview

Ella Brickman, Staff Writer
May 1, 2015

The 2015 Maple Festival has come and gone again. With a nice weekend with good weather, for the most part, many enjoyed Chardon’s annual festival on the Square. Nella Cordone and Brian Hill were crowned Maple Festival king and queen. Megan Chapin was the First Runner-Up, and Ashley Lingafelter was... Read more »

Kick It For Cancer

Dillon Wright, Team B Writer
April 27, 2015

Cancer is one of the most common and dangerous diseases in America. Every year million of people across America are diagnosed with the deadly disease. The number of yearly deaths from cancer keeps increasing. People keep smoking, drinking and doing other cancer causing activities. There are few ways... Read more »

Germanwings Plane Crash Kills 150

Andrew Drake, Team B Editor
March 27, 2015

On Tuesday morning, March 24 a Germanwings Airbus A320 passenger aircraft crashed in a rural, mountainous region of France. The crash occurred at approximately 10:53 am French time, or 5:53 am Chardon time. The plane was carrying 144 passengers and six staff members, all of whom lost their lives. Germanwings... Read more »

Boston Marathon Bombings Trial

Ryder Davis, Team B Writer
March 12, 2015

Government prosecutors in the trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (one of the two brothers who are responsible for the boston marathon attack) brought up victims of the bombing before the jury.  The first to testify was a nurse who entered the courtroom in a wheelchair with her service dog.  This woman had... Read more »

Cleveland Project

Dillon Wright, Team B Staff Writer
March 12, 2015

In the busy and bustling city of Cleveland, there are many activities, events, and community projects that take place. One example is the Susan J. Koleman walk for breast cancer. During this project, people can sign up to walk or run a mile around the city of Cleveland to raise money for breast cancer... Read more »

Pancake Fridays!

Natalie Bukovec, Staff Writer
March 10, 2015

Most students would argue that Friday’s are single handedly the best days of the week. After a long, tiring week full of homework, practices, meetings, and other various responsibilities, students wake up looking forward to the upcoming break of the weekend. However, recently here at Chardon, there... Read more »

Paris Shootings Ordered by Al Qaeda?

Ryder Davis, Team B Staff Writer
January 13, 2015

“One of the two brothers who killed 12 people at a newspaper in Paris traveled to Yemen in 2011 and received terrorist training from Al Qaeda before returning to France,” said an American official.  Saïd Kouachi spent a couple months training in marksmanship and other skills that were shown in... Read more »

Gettin’ in the Christmas Mood

Natalie Bukovec, Staff Writer
December 19, 2014

Well, it’s that time of year again! Christmas is quickly approaching and students are starting to really get in the holiday spirit. Festive sweaters have been broken out from the deep crevices of closets, cookies are starting to be made, presents are starting to be given, and everywhere you go you... Read more »

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