According to the CDC, an average of 115 Americans die everyday from opioid overdose. That is approximately 42,000 deaths on average per year in America. One county in particular is taking a step to fight back with this epidemic, Jennings County. The Jennings County Commissioners
Bright reds, greens, yellows, and about every other color you can think of danced around the cafeteria as the Día de los Muertos Arts and Diversity Festival took place. The festival, which is usually at the commons, was at Central Middle School this year from
According to annual crime data, the crime rate in Indiana is currently 3.88%. Although the crime rate has decreased in Indiana since 2012, it is still very possible that at least once in a person's life they will be a possible victim. Being able to
On August 25, the first major hurricane to make landfall in the United States since Hurricane Wilma in 2005 hit Texas. This Category 4 hurricane formed out of a tropical depression and increased in size and power, thus naming it Hurricane Harvey.
Though this hurricane primarily
Science, a bit of comedy, and saving the world? Netflix’s newest series, Bill Nye saves the World, features Bill Nye explaining today’s most controversial issues with scientific reasoning in a way that debunks myths and can help change the world for the better. In the
Spring break, a time of vacation, relaxation and overall, resting for the last stretch of the school year, but for freshman Molly Dye, this was the exact opposite.
Dye recently went on a mission trip with her church to Guatemala for Spring Break.