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The Most “Paw-Pular” Kids in School

If you are wondering who to vote for for “prettiest hair” or “best sniffer,” look no further, because Tosha the service dog has got what it takes.  The beloved chocolate lab earned her spot in Gravette Upper Elementary School’s yearbook early this November after she saved a fifth grade boy …

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Drag Queen Story Hour

On Sept 10, San Diego had its first-ever Drag Queen Story Hour (DQSH) program at the Otay Ranch Branch of the Chula Vista Civic Center Library. The program is one of the many branches of the four-year-old Francisco based international organization, Drag Queen Story Hour. Their website states, “DQSH captures …

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Unrest in Chile

Around the world there are multiple important protests occurring. Citizens in Lebanon, Hong Kong, and Iraq have all stepped up with criticisms of their respective governments. In South America, Chile is no different and is seemingly undergoing a revolution. The ongoing protests began on October 18 after a four percent …

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The Call for Political Civility

Republican and Democrat, white and black, male and female; for many years these opposing issues have divided our country, caused us to fight against ourselves, and changed the way we as Americans see each other. On Tuesday, August 20, Cindy McCain, the widow of U.S. senator John McCain, began her …

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Fire at MC

By Staff Writer Roxy Hudson Posted by Co-EIC Sarah Kadous “It smells like barbeque,” said many MC athletes at practice after school on Monday, September 23. Smoke and the smell of fire spread through the Mt. Carmel High School campus at about 4:40pm after the shrubbery between the high school …

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