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Tennis Titans

December 4, 2018 4:21pm | Lexi Sommer

The four prodigies of Ottawa High School seniors Ellie Gallagher and Natalie Tabor; junior Regan O’Fallon; and freshman Ella Marvel-have done it again. The four girls qualified for state and were among the 64 schools in the 1A division that made it. Marvel and Tabor […]

Dress Up Recap

November 2, 2018 4:54pm | James Boe

Did you dress up and show some pirate pride for homecoming?  Starting the week off was band/concert T-shirt day.  Many people brought band shirts and there was at least one from every genre. It had the second most people dressed for the week. Tuesday was […]

Homecoming Parade

November 2, 2018 4:48pm | James Boe

The cheer squad leads the pirates down Lasalle Street. They ran their pep routines along the way to get the crowds fired up. After the cheer team, the marching band and the homecoming court float followed. This was followed by clubs and sports such as […]

Clan You Believe It?

November 2, 2018 4:45pm | Ellie Gallagher

Seniors (from left to right) Keegan Landers, Peter Walsh, Dominic Bianchi, John Bruner and Leah Cox all sit together during a freetime class and play Clash of Clans, which came out in 2012, but is now making a comeback.

Female Athlete of the Month: Katie Kraft

November 2, 2018 4:38pm | Ellie Gallagher

Not everyone is born a runner, but for some it just come natural. Senior Katie Kraft began her long distance cross country career only has a freshman. Kraft is now on her fourth year of competitive running, and is one of the team’s greatest strengths, […]

Assembly Surprise

November 2, 2018 3:55pm | Kenzie Power

The Ottawa Township High School cheerleaders and their handpicked teachers showed OTHS how the “In My Feelings” challenge is done. During the 2018 homecoming assembly, each cheerleader called down a teacher to walk through the dance for the challenge. Then, they put all their moves […]

Coffee Craze

November 2, 2018 3:53pm | Ashley Nona

Down in the cafeteria, people have been requesting coffee for a while, and it’s finally here. On the left side there is now a freezer that holds Dunkin’ Donuts and McDonald’s iced drinks for $3 a bottle with the flavors vanilla, mocha and more.

You Can Dance, You Can Jive

November 2, 2018 3:43pm | Kaitlyn Wilson

Mamma mia, here I go again. My my, how can I resist getting excited for this year’s fall musical, “Mamma Mia.” The cast of this year’s musical has been working hard to learn the music and lines. They practice several days a week after school. […]

Artist of the Month: Leah Klatt

November 2, 2018 3:42pm | Regan O'Fallon

Vincent van Gogh? Never heard of him. Ottawa High’s very own artist, junior Leah Klatt, has been chosen as the Artist of the Month for October. Klatt has been interested in art for as long as she can remember, and her mother even tells her […]

How to leave the ProcrastiNATION

November 2, 2018 3:38pm | Kaitlyn Wilson

If you are like the majority of high school students who procrastinate, then keep reading. This how-(not) to is just for you. Distractions are a common cause of procrastination. Students often find it difficult to do homework while the temptations of things like social media […]

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