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Quit Clowning Around

Quit Clowning Around

October 31, 2016

It’s no lie that clown sightings have become a regular in the national news recently. Ever since the e...

'Oh Dad, Poor Dad' Starts off the Cleveland Drama Year

‘Oh Dad, Poor Dad’ Starts off the Cleveland Drama Year

October 3, 2016

“Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mamma’s Hung you in the Closet and I’m Feelin’ so Sad” is the first major p...

Election Update: The controversies you've missed

Election Update: The controversies you’ve missed

September 26, 2016

Hello everyone, and welcome to the first edition of The Clarion. It has been quite a summer, at least ...

The issue of electricity around the world

By Bart Brewer, Reporter

May 19, 2016

The idea that you flip a switch and you get a sudden flow of electricity is something a lot of us take for granted. The fact is we don't really think too much about other people who don't have that luxury, or how the act of flipping that switch can have effects that could impact you. I will be looking at this subject, to see...

The road to the GOP convention has gotten complicated

By Bart Brewer, Reporter

May 9, 2016

If you’ve been following the Republican side of the presidential elections, you know who the two front runners are: Ted Cruz and Donald Trump. Currently, they are both trying to get the Republican nomination; however, this might be harder for them than previously anticipated. The reason for this increase in difficulty comes a...

“The Boys Next Door”, a Cleveland comedy classic

By Bart Brewer, Reporter

May 9, 2016

“The Boys Next Door” is one of the latest productions put on by the drama department, and is definitely one of the best I’ve seen. The play has elements of comedy, drama, and was a great time overall. Let us not wait any further, and dive into “The Boys Next Door.” The play is about the lives four mentally-challenged roommates ...

Election Update: Close races and Republican drama

By Bart Brewer, Reporter

March 8, 2016

Hello there, and welcome back to the Clarion’s continued coverage of the 2016 election. It's been awhile since we did the last one of these, which means that a whole bunch of stuff has happened during that time. We have a lot to cover, so let's not waste any more time and jump into it.   Jeb Bush drops out   On Feb. 21, Jeb B...

Trump accuses Cruz of cheating at Iowa Caucus

By Bart Brewer, Reporter

February 17, 2016

On Feb. 1, the 2016 presidential race went into high gear with the Iowa caucus kicking off the primaries with some major events. Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders tied on the Democratic side, with people calling it “historically close.” However, that isn’t the biggest event that happened at the Iowa caucus. Ted Cruz w...

Oregon militia occupation finally over

By Bart Brewer, Reporter

February 17, 2016

The occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge is finally over. On Jan. 25, Ammon Bundy, the leader of the group that took over the refuge, was arrested along with five others at an FBI roadblock. Shots were fired at the scene and Robert "LaVoy" Finicum, a spokesman for the group, was shot and killed.   Ammon Bundy, al...

A Jumbo problem in Jumbo Valley

By Kieran Armstrong, Guest Reporter

January 20, 2016

The dispute over the Jumbo Valley has been going on for more than 24 years. On one side, there is the Italian architect, Oberto Oberti partnering with Grant Castello, the Senior Vice President of Jumbo Glacier Resorts and several members of the B.C. government who support the development of Jumbo Valley. The other side has env...

Militia takeover in Oregon

By Bart Brewer, Reporter

January 19, 2016

On Jan. 2, a group of dozens of armed men stormed a federal wildlife refuge in south eastern Oregon. The building that they took over is the Malheur Wildlife Refuge, a very remote location famed for its bird populations. The event that sparked this takeover was the conviction of ranchers Dwight Hammond and Steve Hammond. Bot...

Governors against Syrian refugees entering the U.S

By Bart Brewer, Reporter

December 1, 2015

On Nov. 15, Governor Robert Bentley of Alabama announced that he would be closing his state to Syrian refugees. This comes from a response to the terrorist attacks in Paris on Nov. 13, as Bentley believes that some of the refugees may have terrorist ties. In his statement to the press, Bentley said, “After full considerat...

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