What to eat for lunch: No longer a choice

COMMENTARY By ALANA MARSH STAFF COLUMNIST  Many students at Perrysburg High School have come to notice changes in the school lunches over the years. It began gradually with a switch in the kinds of cookies and a reduction in the days french fries were served. Then, as the 2012-13 school year began students came to realize that perhaps lunches would never be the same again. “There is a big push to make sure school meals across the country are offering

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Teen drivers: Put phones away when you’re behind the wheel

Texting and driving makes a person 23 times more likely to crash, study shows By ALANA MARSH STAFF WRITER Motor Vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for American teenagers, killing 5,000 to 6,000 teens every year. Unsafe driving threatens our lives everyday and is an issue that must be addressed. Stacey DeWitt, founder and chief executive officer of Connect with Kids, says that distracted driving is the leading cause of car accidents. Speeding, cell phone usage, and pressures

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