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What Drives you Nuts?

The word “pet peeve” has been around since 1919. People also refer to it as “pet hate”. It comes from the term peevish, meaning “ill-tempered”. The word has been used and translated into other languages around the world, and has become very common. We interviewed ten people and everyone had a different annoyance. Anything from […]

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The Worst Presents Ever Received

This holiday season Ben and Molly set out to find out what the worst gift ever received by Thornton students was. Based on a survey done by NRF this year, on average, Americans will spend just under $1,000 on their holiday shopping this year. We asked one students here at school how much money they predicted […]

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Dance Empowers Teens

For many teens, dancing is a refuge, a space they create for themselves where they can’t be judged for making mistakes. In a society which too often revolves around perfection, dance is a necessary escape for many. Senior Briaunna Elliott uses dance to relieve the pressures of school, work, and college applications. During a break […]

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Feeling the Bern: TA Teens Turn Out for Bernie

              After making the dangerous decision to use one of his seven unexcused absences, senior Ethan Dupuis packs his car with four other TA students to drive 20 minutes away to attend Bernie Sanders’ rally at The State Theater in Portland. After jamming out to 80’s hair bands on the ride […]

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Saco’s Last Dairy Farm Stops Dairy Production

After over 200 years, the Leary Farm is officially stopping dairy production and turning to predominantly growing vegetables. Tim Leary states in an interview with Current Publishing that “the milk business is going nowhere.” He also shares that it will be sad to get rid of the cows, but he knows that this transition is what […]

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