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Ella Bertalot

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  • Homecoming Aftermath
  • Ninjas in Homeroom “1, 2, 3, ninja” Sarah Heuser’s freshman homeroom plays the game Ninja weekly. Reigning champion of the game, Andrew Shehorn says, “
  • A Unique End to an Era Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Ottawa Township High School: What do all of these schools have in common? All of these are examples of schools tha
  • Check Mate Get ready to stretch your strategic skills Wednesdays after school in the cafeteria at Chess Club. Coached by social studies teacher Eric Bu
  • Ask Annie
  • Cooking with Class Senior Culinary Arts students Michaella Battestelli (middle), Dannie Bush-Branson (left), and Rebekah Leger (right) cooking up cereal covere
  • Taking Action: Key Club is Back Everyone has a chance to make a difference, but only a few grasp the opportunity. Junior Declan McGettigan is one of them. McGettigan recent
  • Homecoming Recap: Boys Volleyball After repetitive rounds of close, competitive matches of tug a war and volleyball after the Homecoming parade, the night was tied up with a
  • Female Athlete of the Month: Megan Bessett “You will never influence the world by being just like it.” This quote from blogger Danielle Zeigler was taken to heart by freshman Mega
  • Male Athlete of the Month: Ben Lundy If you’ve ever been afraid to try something new, junior Ben Lundy would tell you to go for it. Lundy has played football since freshman
  • Tennis Match Blackout There is never a moment too dark or too late that the Varsity Girls Tennis team cannot handle. Senior Bailey Simpson and Sophomore Regan O
  • Cronkright in Congress What is it like to be interviewed by the National Public Radio and Story Corps? Social studies teacher Pam Cronkright is one of the lucky pe
  • Heuser’s Vision Ever wondered if there were real life superheroes walking the halls? English teacher Sarah Heuser will embark on her 56-mile ultra-marathon
  • Female Athlete of the Month: Audrey Chamberlain Dancing on King Field and then on Kingman Gym floor for four years, senior Audrey Chamberlain is awarded female athlete of the month. Chambe
  • Caffeine Crazy Late nights from work and homework, plus early mornings for school add up to lost sleep; this means exhaustion and loss of focus. What’s t

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    Cronkright in Congress
    What is it like to be interviewed by the National Public Radio and Story Corps? Social studies teacher Pam Cronkright is
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    Heuser’s Vision
    Ever wondered if there were real life superheroes walking the halls? English teacher Sarah Heuser will embark on her 56-
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    New Edition to OTHS Fami “Le”
    There’s a familiar face missing on the 800 floor this year. Dan Le, former math teacher, has accepted a position in ad
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    Teacher Feature: Sue Williamson
    Lifesize cardboard cutouts of Kit Harington and Johnny Depp line the walls amongst toilets, glitter and other relics of
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    Hats Off on King Field
    Everyone dreads the hour-long ceremony that is held every year in Kingman gym to celebrate graduation. So why not have i
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    “The Time has Come”
    Basketball coach and teacher Dave Wultzen and his family were honored on Ottawa’s senior night for Wultzen’s 37 year
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  • What to Expect: Pop Concert 2017
    Maroon 5, Backstreet Boys, Celine Dion and more popular artists from the Millennium will be featured in this year’s Po
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    OHS Music Pride
    Despite OHS music department losing their 20 time streak, there is still a lot to be proud of. OHS placed 2nd in the IHS
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    Vocal Victory
    The OTHS choirs and band woke up in the earliest hours of the morning to perform at the Organizational Contest on April
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    OHS Band: Lavender Menace
    Looking for a summer jam to listen to while you cruise down the highway with your windows down and the volume up? Lavend
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    OHS Music Department at State
    Why would anyone want to wake up at five in the morning on a Saturday? To compete in the annual Organizational Contest f
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    Singing Gentlemen
    The apocalypse is here. There are mythical creatures running around in the woods. Also, you’ve found true love. Sound

General

  • Homecoming Aftermath
    After the all the fun during the homecoming dance, you still have your dress that you paid money for. Some people think
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    A Unique End to an Era
    Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Ottawa Township High School: What do all of these schools have in common? All of these are exa
  • Ask Annie
    How do I balance school, work and social time? Dear @stressedohsstudent,   I understand the struggles of trying to
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    Cooking with Class
    Senior Culinary Arts students Michaella Battestelli (middle), Dannie Bush-Branson (left), and Rebekah Leger (right) cook
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    Caffeine Crazy
    Late nights from work and homework, plus early mornings for school add up to lost sleep; this means exhaustion and loss
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    Papa Bless
    On December 30, 2016 we lost our beloved, local Papa John’s. For 234 days we were deprived of the affordable yet delic

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