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The Search for Bigfoot at the Albatwitch Day Festival
The Search for Bigfoot at the Albatwitch Day Festival
Joey Duty and Will Emmons October 30, 2023

It was a dreary day on the banks of the Susquehanna river, yet hundreds of people flocked to the quaint river-side town of Columbia, Pennsylvania...

School lockers: A plummet from popularity
School lockers: A plummet from popularity
September 29, 2023

Lockers have been a staple of any high school for decades, but this seemingly essential part of student life is now facing a considerable decline...

Former Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett
Former PA Governor stays rooted in Shaler
June 5, 2023

Did you know that Shaler Area is the home of a former Pennsylvania Governor? If you are old enough, you know that Tom Corbett was the 46th Governor...

Journalist Paula Reed Ward, who was part of a part of the Post-Gazette team that won the Pulitzer Prize for breaking news in 2019
Journalist shares her passion for journalism
May 25, 2023

Paula Reed Ward, a journalist whose career path changed because of an internship and is now working for the Pittsburgh Tribune Review, has spent...

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Graffiti butterfly created to help students mental health
Graffiti butterfly created to help students' mental health
Matt Purucker October 24, 2023

Have you seen the giant 12-foot butterfly on the wall across from the activities office? If not, you should give it a look....

Brandon London (#32) makes a layup in the boys basketball teams victory over Bethel Park 79-29
Smetanka and London Play Big Roles as Boys Basketball Wins Tip-off Tournament
Brady McGuire and Matt Purucker December 6, 2023

Boys Basketball 12/1 Shaler Area opened up its season with a comfortable 79-59 win over Bethel Park. The Titans were efficient on offense,...

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