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Earth Day...Why not everyday?

Earth Day…Why not everyday?

Maria Ruiz, Staff Writer
May 10, 2022

The first Earth Day was held on April 22, 1970. Over the past 40 years this has grown worldwide because everyone has come together to celebrate our planet and renew our commitment to building a healthier...

Mockingbird wins best novel title

Mockingbird wins best novel title

Harrison Wetzel, Staff Writer
May 4, 2022

In 2018, PBS launched a contest called The Great American Read. 100 novels were selected and America voted for four months. While battling great American and world classics like Tolkien's The Lord of the...

We are Unified

We are Unified

Ally Leinart, Head of Photography
May 2, 2022

There is a sport here at SHS not well known. Its name is Unified Track. With a combination of para-athletes and athletes, this team is special. The field events consist of shot put and long jump, with...

Breaking ground at SHS

Breaking ground at SHS

Harrison Wetzel and Katie Cottrill
April 12, 2022

On March 22nd, Seymour High School broke ground on its $52 million dollar building project.. For six years Seymour's superintendent Mr. Brandon Harpe and board members have been working on what some would...

Owls Track: The Beginning of a Season

Owls’ Track: The Beginning of a Season

Lucas Jablonski and Carson Carpenter
April 8, 2022

Boys and Girls both lost hard fought meets on Tuesday:  Girls 72-60  Boys 80-52 On the track, Girls 1st place finishers were Hayley Harpe 400-1:02.66,  Brooke Trinkle 1600-5:32,  Samantha Jacobi...

Why are African Grey Parrots Disappearing from the Wild...

Why are African Grey Parrots Disappearing from the Wild…

Maria Ruiz, Staff Writer
April 8, 2022

Ghana, Africa, known for its lush forests, diverse animal life, and miles of sandy beaches is home to the African Grey parrots. The Greys have a wide historical range across West and central Africa—1.1...

The First Birthday Cakes and Celebrations

The First Birthday Cakes and Celebrations

Maria Ruiz, Staff Writer
March 31, 2022

On March 15th, I had my 16th birthday. I had a wonderful day with the cutest cake. Today, I wonder where and when the tradition of the birthday celebration originated. Cultures have been creating celebratory...

Russias Invasion on Ukraine - What You Need to Know

Russia’s Invasion on Ukraine – What You Need to Know

Carson Carpenter, Co-Editor in Chief
March 18, 2022

On Thursday, February 24, 2022 Russia launched a full-scale invasion on the sovereign country Ukraine. The invasion came after months of speculation and build up of Russian troops around the Ukrainian...

March Madness is back

March Madness is back

Mrs. Laura Cottrill, Adviser
March 14, 2022

March Madness is BACK! Join The Owl newspaper staff's fun for bragging rights as the 2022 Bracketology winner. We have requested the site to be unblocked, so please be patient if your link does not work....

Cryptocurrency, Here to Stay?

Cryptocurrency, Here to Stay?

Carson Carpenter, Co-Editor in Chief
February 16, 2022

The year 2020 will be mostly known for bringing about a global pandemic that no one could ever imagined it ravaging the world the way it did. Businesses shut down, schools closed, social distancing and...

Seymour Owls Place Fourth At Conference

Lucas Jablonski, Staff Writer
January 31, 2022

The Seymour Owls swam conference at Columbus East last Saturday placing fourth overall.  Going against worthy opponents East, Floyd, and BNL, the Owls held their own.  The 200 free relay team (Paul...

The Doomsday Clock: How close are we to the end

The Doomsday Clock: How close are we to the end

Lucas Jablonski, Staff Writer
January 25, 2022

Environmental collapse, nuclear destruction, the end of the world.  There is one symbol that gauges all of these factors and shows us how close our Earth is to total destruction: The Doomsday Clock. Created...

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