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The 2018 Basketball Homecoming Court

The 2018 Basketball Homecoming Court

Sierra Zarnosky, Staff

February 13, 2018


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The 2018 basketball homecoming court was recently announced. The court consisted of seven attendants and the retiring queen of 2017. The seven attendants for this year are Eva DeRuyter, Madison Hall, Shyanne Rendziniak, Cameron Rife, Mackenzie Sturgeon, Sam Tinsley, Sarena Underwood, and the retiring...

2018 Basketball Homecoming Queen

2018 Basketball Homecoming Queen

Madison Hall, Staff

February 13, 2018


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Madison Hall was crowned our 2018 Basketball Homecoming Queen and here are her thoughts on her experience…. Mr. Edinfield came to lunch to tell me that I made the homecoming court for basketball. I was so shocked, but I was really excited. It was always my dream to be on court. When I got home fro...

Knitting – Newest Craze

Knitting –  Newest Craze

Emme Powell, Staff

February 13, 2018


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Knitting is said to be originated in 1527. It is commonly believed that knitting started in the Middle East, where it spread to Europe via the Mediterranean trading routes. Through European colonization, knitting then spread to America. Knitting is also said to be a way to get students to improve their ...

Academic Challenge

Academic Challenge

Claire Wycoff, Editor

February 13, 2018


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Academic Challenge is a quiz bowl game where schools in the county compete to see who the best is. There are five teams from our school ready to go. They practice weekly and play against each other in the trivia games to prepare for their competitions against other schools twice each year. Some categories...

Holiday Celebrations in December

Holiday Celebrations in December

Dougie Minor, Staff

December 7, 2017


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What makes December so special? There is so much that happens in December. December is full of holidays and cheer around the world in all different kinds of cultures. There are various celebrations people do to show their culture and/or love for the month. Saint Nicholas Day (Christian) On Saint...

Giving Back This Christmas

Giving Back This Christmas

Morgan Croyle, Staff

December 7, 2017


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Christmas is an exciting time of the year, full of gifts and decorations and holiday movies. We all love getting in the holiday spirit, but we often lose sight of the real meaning of Christmas. This year I invite you to reach out and practice generosity, showing that sharing is what it is truly about....

‘Tis the Season

‘Tis the Season

By Madison Hall, Staff

December 7, 2017


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Mr. Miller and the Lisbon DAHS band/choir are getting ready for the annual Christmas concert. It will be held on Sunday, December 17th at 7:00pm in the auditorium. One of the songs the choir will sing is “Extraordinary Merry Christmas” from the hit show Glee. Some of the music the band will play ...

Geminids Meteor Showers 2017

Geminids Meteor Showers 2017

Alexcia Libert, Staff

December 7, 2017


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Geminids Meteor Shower is usually observed between the times of December 4th to December 16th, with its peak activity being around December 14th at 1:20am. The Geminids Meteor Shower owes its name to the constellation Gemini, where it seems to emerge from the sky. It can be observed from locations a...

Columbiana County Youth Leadership Summit

Columbiana County Youth Leadership Summit

Shyanne Rendziniak, Staff

November 7, 2017


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The Columbiana County Youth Leadership Summit was held at the Kent State University Campus in Salem on Friday, October 27th. The summit is designed to engage 8th and 9th grade students through service projects in their schools and community. Mrs. Smith, Student Council and Student Senate adviser, took...

Coach T Breaks the Record

Coach T Breaks the Record

Claire Wycoff, Editor

November 7, 2017


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David Anderson High School’s football coach, Jim Tsilimos, recently broke the record for most wins in a career. Coach T is now known as the “winningest coach” in the school’s history, with 143 wins over his 25 seasons, passing 142 wins previously set by Bud Butcher. The history making game was...

Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon Week

Sohia Wells, Staff

November 7, 2017


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Red Ribbon Week is a prevention awareness campaign. It is meant to warn people about the dangers of alcohol, drugs and violence. People wear a red ribbon to symbolize no tolerance for drugs, alcohol, or violence. Each year there is a new theme. This year the theme was, “Your future is the key, so stay...

2017 Football Homecoming Court

2017 Football Homecoming Court

Madisson Freeman, Staff

October 16, 2017


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The 2017 David Anderson High School Football Homecoming court has recently been announced. The court comprised of Madelyn Wells, freshman attendant; Alivia Leyman, sophomore attendant; Kathryn Chludzinski, junior attendant; and Alyssa Chestnut, senior attendant. The 2016 retiring Queen, Kimberly Simpach...

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