March 9, 2020

For many, a classic childhood movie was “Wild child”. The movie is centered on the character Poppy Moore who is depicted as spoiled, selfish, narcissistic, dependent on her father’s money and bad with building relationships all because she grew up by herself in a wealt...

February 5, 2020

For most, Disney movies are childhood classics. Whether it was watching “Aladdin” during a first sleepover or watching “Lion King” for the millionth time on a snow day, for many the movies were staples of their childhood memories.

So, one can understand the sheer panic...

November 15, 2019

A new levy is coming to the Olentangy Local School District (OLSD). The board will not vote on it until Nov. 5, meaning the details of the levy have not been board approved and everything in this article is what could happen rather than what will happen.

“The big driver...

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