By: Lydia Larson
We all know that 2020 has been a crazy year, from the World War III threat and COVID-19, to the Australian and California wildfires and the recent election. While all these chaotic events were happening, many trends have popped up this year, including the game Among Us, vintage clothing styles making a comeback, and the returning trend that is even more popular now, TikTok.
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By: Delaney Chase
Winter sports are preparing for a season like no other. With COVID-19 regulations being different from the fall sports season, athletics are making accommodations to keep their season going as long as possible. At the beginning of the season, PIAA announced that all winter sports would have to social distance and wear masks at all times, but a rise of COVID-19 cases in Warren County has brought all sports to a standstill until further notice.
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By: Owen Trumbull
When the second week of deer camp is over and all the hunters head home, it becomes time to reflect on the 2020 rifle season. This year was very successful for many student hunters here at Eisenhower Middle High School. Several students bagged trophy bucks within the first week of the season. Among students that harvested a buck are Tucker Lindell, Keegan Eckstrom, Zane Alexander, and Colby Hagg. The Squire has gathered information about the hunt of one of these students, Colby Hagg.
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