Central Times

Cameron Rozek, Online Managing Editor & News Editor
December 26, 2019

KERANS, Utah — Student journalists fill need for community newspaper Students at Kerans high school publish a monthly issue of their school newspaper “The Cougar Claw.” Recently, they began distributing the paper to their town of roughly 35,000 people.  The students wanted to begin covering events for the entire town after they went without a local publication for several years. The paper has found itself connecting with older community members who aren't as savvy with online...

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Cameron Rozek, Online Managing Editor & News Editor
December 5, 2019

ELGIN, Ill. -  School hosts Autism awareness concert Elgin High School put on a band concert designed to be specifically for listeners with sensory disorders and autism. The concert was put on to help raise awareness and funding for students on the Autism spectrum.  Not only did the concert feature soft lights and calm music along with visual accompaniment, but provided a relaxed environment where the audience was not required to listen quietly.  The bands even provided headphones...

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Cameron Rozek, News Editor & Online Editor
November 1, 2019

ANCHORAGE, Alaska - School bans cell phones Lumen Christi High School banned cell phones on campus at the beginning of this school year. Reports say that staff and students find the change to be positive. Teachers have noted increased focus and attentiveness during class. The school is rather small, with a total of 70 students. As students arrive each day, phones are given to the administration and are returned when students leave.    SALINAS, Calif. - Students learn to suppress lethal...

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Cameron Rozek, News Editor, Online Editor
October 7, 2019

Anchorage, Alaska  Breckynn Willis is a 17 year athlete at Diamonds Highschool in Anchorage, Alaska. After winning a race, she was disqualified by the referee, who claimed her school-issued swimsuit violated the national standard. Alaska schools follow the national standard that requires the bottocks to be completley covered. Accusations against the referee and demands for the athlete to be given her victory have sprung up around the issue.    Houston, Texas Langham...

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Mary Szymanski and Max Walts
December 28, 2017

1. Long Island, N.Y. Students at Franklin Square High School on Long Island reclaimed the Guinness World Record on having the largest chain of falling cereal boxes in a domino chain. The students first set the record on Nov. 27, only to have Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson break their record the following day. The students met Sunday afternoon, on Dec. 3, to reclaim their title. Source: Newsday   2. St. John, Ind. A teacher at Lake Central High School in  St....

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Mary Szymanski, Head News Editor
November 29, 2017

1. Roleswelle, N.C. Isaiah Langston, a football player at Rolesville, died in 2014 from a stroke that resulted from a head injury allegedly incurred during football practice. After an ongoing lawsuit against Rolesville High in Rolesville, N.C., it has been ruled that the Langston family will receive $45,000 in a settlement agreement. The school system’s insurer agreed to pay the $45,000 to dismiss the lawsuit and avoid the costs of a full trial....

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