High School Football Vs. COVID

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Written by: Morgan Clark, staff writer DAYTON, Tenn. — Gov. Bill Lee gave the green light on Jul. 31, and high school football has forged ahead in Tennessee.  However, the environment is drastically different from the typical Friday night lights. COVID procedures have been installed to protect players and spectators alike. High schools in Tenn. Read More

NBA Conference Finals Heating Up

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Written by: Conner DiMauro, staff writer DAYTON, Tenn.– The NBA Conference finals are well underway in the East and the West. The best of the best in the NBA have faced off and only four teams remain.  In the East, the Boston Celtics trail the Miami Heat by a deficit of three wins to one Read More

The One and Only Ivan succeeds, but barely

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Written by: Isabelle Hendrich, guest writer *Warning: this review contains spoilers The One and Only Ivan, a Disney Plus original released on Aug. 21, is based on the true story of Ivan the artistic silverback gorilla who was kept in captivity for nearly 20 years.  Once he is rescued from poachers, Ivan lives with Mack, Read More

RC3 & Red Sand: Benefitting the Rhea County community

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Written by: Morgan Clark, staff writer DAYTON, Tenn– Rhea County Community Center participated in the Red Sand Project to raise awareness for human trafficking and exploitation.  The Red Sand Project is a countrywide phenomenon that began in Miami, Fla. Molly Gochman launched the program by filling in sidewalk cracks throughout the city with red sand, Read More