Olympics wrap up with historic year

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If you didn’t catch a lot of the Olympics, you probably still got the news of some of the biggest wins and record-breakers, but the Olympics is a long process, so it’s...  Read More »

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Local non-profit acting camp changes students life

Gabriel Raazia Khataw

It sometimes only takes one person, or one experience to change your life. That experience for me came during elementary school. At this time, I struggled trying to figure...  Read More »

September 16, 2016 • 0 comments

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