Youtube Turns Five

Looking back, it’s hard to imagine our world without Youtube. The site welcomes two billion views a day and is the third most visited website, just bellow Facebook and Google. On Monday, May 17th, 2005 the website was launched to the public and five years later, the company is celebrating it’s birthday and great success. Continue reading
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Fall Sports

A lot of students at Leavitt like to do sports, but sometimes Fall sports start before the school year starts, so kids wind up missing try-outs and don’t get to do the sport. This is important because we at Leavitt like to keep our kids healthy and fit, and we like to give them the opportunity to feel good about something they love doing. Sports are a fun way to get involved, and here’s how you can get in on the action next Fall.

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Where the Field Trips Went…

As I reflect back upon a memorable senior year, lots of different things stick out to me. Construction in the fall on Route 117, making me late for school every day. A short winter followed by an early spring. School was the same. I got to take many interesting elective courses, but I feel like something has been missing all year.

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Top Ten Dreams

So everyone has probably had some sort of dream where they were falling, and they wake up and felt like they actually did fall. Or a dream about being in a crowded place and your the only one who is naked, many people have had these kind of dreams but here is a list of the top ten dreams and what they actually might mean. Continue reading

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Gardner Finally Convicted

Many family members of the victims of John Albert Gardner III gathered in a courtroom earlier this week to get there final revenge on the killer. The mother and the father of Chelsea King, one of the two victims of Gardner, gave statements that were directed straight for Gardner.

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Tornados Tear Through the Mid-West

All across the Mid-west tornados have been ripping through towns left and right, leaving nothing but devastation in its wake. Continue reading

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Russian Explosion Kills 60…30 Still Missing

The body count of a Russian mine incident has reached 60 people and 30 more are still missing. Saturday at about 8:55 p.m an explosion occurred causing the death of 60+ people. Crews have been searching the mines and have searched through 75 percent of the tunnels and have been unsuccessful with finding the remainging 30 people who still await help.

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