President Donald Trump has fired the Attorney General Sally Yates for not defending Trump’s executive order to ban people from 7 countries where the majority of people are Muslim.
Young Democrats’ club goals are to volunteer in the community, lobby city council, and getting a public artwork to display.
Staff member Ann Sinclair, after 27 years, is retiring. As sad as it is to say goodbye to a loved staff member, Sinclair shared her favorite memories at PHS.
A long tradition of rivalry will be renewed this Friday at Steinecker Stadium as the Perrysburg Yellow Jackets (5-4) face off against the Maumee Panthers (4-5) in this epic season finale.
Freshman Caleb Gerken reflects back on the experience, saying, “It was kinda surreal, I didn’t feel it at first, it was almost like it was a dream.”
Varsity soccer player Connor Phlegar teamed up with sophomore Evan Thomas to let you know that Perrysburg’s fútbol team, led by head coach Brandon Decker, is worth watching. This video shows what it looks like to be in the game.
“Though some people think that $3.00 for a school lunch is expensive, think what the price of a lunch covers for the school lunch program. The school lunch program gets no money from our school fees or from our school district taxes.”
‘Pokémon Go’ has been causing chaos all over the place. Maggie Davis has some simple steps you can take to be safe and respectful when you’re out playing.
Without further ado, here are the winners from the Class of 2016.
The annual art show last week had paintings, drawings, photography, and sculpture pieces for family and friends to view. Be sure to check out the slideshow, featuring 87 pieces from the Art Beat show.