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  • Dress Down Day: 1/25 -$2 or 15 Bio Bucks-

  • SCHOOL CLOSED: January 21st

  • SCHOOL CLOSED: January 18th

  • Conrad Drama Presents “Wonka”

    Conrad Drama Presents “Wonka”

    Alexis Dayett, Staff

    January 16, 2019

    The play is almost here! If you are free on the following dates please stop by and support the drama program. The team has put a lot of time and effort into the play. Not only is the cast putting time in but stage crew, tech, and lighting is working hard as well. If you can not make it to a show pleas...

    Conrad Drama "Wonka" poster

  • Jayme Closs Found After Kidnapping

    Jayme Closs Found After Kidnapping

    Blade Tyrrell, Staff

    January 16, 2019

    On January 14th, 911 operators received a call from Jeanne Nutter. Nutter claimed that she had 13-year-old Jayme Closs, a girl missing for 3 months, in her home.   Closs was held captive for 88 days by Jake Thomas Patterson. According to Closs, Patterson killed her parents and abducted her. Whe...

    Jayme Closs and accused kidnapper Jake Thomas Patterson

    New York Post

  • A Tale of 2 Chases

    A Tale of 2 Chases

    Steven Escobar, Editor In Chief

    January 10, 2019

    Two men from Delaware were responsible for 2 separate Police Chases that both crossed state lines. The first chase began in Wilmington on January 9th, after 26-year-old DeJuan Robinson fled from police after an attempted traffic stop. Robinson is wanted for multiple homicides in Wilmington. He then...

    The aftermath of the second police chase at Philadelphia International Airport.

    NBC10

  • Hummers Parade Horror

    Hummers Parade Horror

    Leslie Tovar, Staff

    January 9, 2019

    This years Hummers parade that took place in Middletown, Delaware on the first of January has stirred up a lot of controversy regarding one of the floats. The float portrayed a border detention center with children locked up in cages, with signs that had racist remarks on them like, “we’ll build ...

    A float, labelled "Border Detention Center", with two people posed in cages. Photo via Delaware Online

  • Toll Hike Gets Vetoed

    Toll Hike Gets Vetoed

    Justin Charlton, Staff

    January 7, 2019

    On January 4th, The Governor of New Jersey vetoed a bill that would have raised the Delaware Memorial Bridge toll from $4 to $5. This, however, will create funding for future projects difficult, according to the Delaware River Bay Authority. The DRBA approved the proposed increase last month in ...

    The Delaware Memorial Bridge overlooking Delaware and New Jersey.

    Delaware Online

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