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 By Morgan Cardenas    News    July 23, 2020

Cybersecurity vulnerability exposed in Twitter hack

Last week, many high-profile accounts on Twitter were hacked. After this happened, thousands of verified accounts were put on lockdown so Twitter officials could figure out their next move. Hackers ta...

 
 By Morgan Cardenas    News    July 16, 2020

What is TikTok?

TikTok is a video platform where users can create videos ranging between 15 and 60 seconds. Videos are uploaded to the platform where they can be viewed by anyone. Originally, the app was called...

 
 By Morgan Cardenas    News    July 16, 2020

Why could it be banned?

Recently, TikTok has come under fire by the United States government. The owner of TikTok is ByteDance, a Chinese company based in Beijing. Many officials are raising concern about how China is using...

 

My thoughts on TikTok

After the pandemic started, I was sent home from college. With no classes to attend or any of my school friends to see, I had to find something to fill up all of this new amount of time. I, like many...

 
 By Morgan Cardenas    News    July 9, 2020

Ewing Public School will finally have their prom

After months of planning and rescheduling, Ewing Public School students will have a prom. The event will take place Friday, July 17 at St. Dominic's Hall. The theme is Las Vegas Nights and members of...

 
 By Morgan Cardenas    News    June 18, 2020

Circulation data directs library purchases

According to the New York Public Library directors, “The Snowy Day” is the most checked out book from their collection. Using data retrieved from their circulatory system, they were able to...

 
 By Morgan Cardenas    News    June 18, 2020

Orchard pool set to open Monday

The Orchard public swimming pool will finally open after the Orchard Village Board of Trustees made the decision during its June 2 meeting. If all goes according to plan, pool manager Anita Tabbert...

 
 By Morgan Cardenas    News    June 11, 2020

Read all about it at the Clearwater Library

The Clearwater Public Library's summer reading program for kids began at the end of May. The program is meant to help children continue to read and work on skills for when school begins in August....

 
 By Morgan Cardenas    News    June 4, 2020

We are gathered here today ...

In mid March, churches were forced to close their doors due to the coronavirus epidemic. Two months later, services were allowed to be held again with restrictions still in place. In March, when the...

 
 By Morgan Cardenas    News    June 4, 2020

Automated Dairy Specialists work with mutiple dairy farms across the midwest

One cow on a dairy farm creates a $5,000 economic impact on a local community. Imagine a dairy farm with 500 cows. That's a $2.5 million local economic impact, creating revenue and opportunity. A key...

 
 By Morgan Cardenas    News    May 28, 2020

Grant expands storage at Antelope County Food Pantry

The Antelope County Food Pantry located in Neligh has recently been awarded a refrigerator that can store multiple dairy items like milk, cheese, butter and more. The grant comes from Midwest Dairy,...

 

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