Perrysburg High School had their second Blood Drive of the year. There were over 80 people who wanted to help.
“Crazy For You” is a story surfaced around a character named Bobby Child and his love for Polly.
Depression can and has affected people of every age, nationality, gender, orientation, and race. While outside factors are often a cause of developing depression, living in a good area or going to a good school in no way makes a person immune.
The incoming freshmen, overall, extremely enjoyed the Frosh Fest experience.
Chelsea Fisher eSomethin Staff Greg Rufty, a Perrysburg bus driver, has expanded his catering service into a local restaurant front. Five years ago, Rufty and his partners opened Extra Virgin Catering Services, they provide school lunches, executive catering, and event catering. They bought and reopened Lamplight earlier this year, recreating it with their own food. They have partnered with Abby Crosby, the owner of So Many Somethings bakery. Other content by Chelsea Fisher: [posts template=”templates/list-loop.php” posts_per_page=”6″ tax_term=”574″ tax_operator=”0″ order=”desc” orderby=”modified”]
I sat down with Robert Boyd, a former president of the Perrysburg Historical Society and an author of multiple books about our area’s history.
Bullying is often talked about and is considered a trite topic for high schoolers. But the school walls have seen it all.
Overall I loved this movie and would give it a 9.5/10 because of the amazing animations, and they didn’t entirely change the plot of the story
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The updated bell tones at PHS for security, not convenience.