Biden Releases Information on His American Jobs Plan

On March 31, President Joe Biden released a government fact sheet regarding his American Jobs Plan. This plan is one of a two-part bill presented by Biden and his office that hopes to restore the United States’ economy and overall citizen well-being after the devastation of COVID-19. The American Jobs Plan is supposed to expand on the first part of this plan, the American Rescue … Continue reading Biden Releases Information on His American Jobs Plan

Japan to dump treated wastewater into the Pacific Ocean

(Featured image provided by sciencemag.org) It all started in 2011, when the Fukushima nuclear power plant was crippled by the Great East Japan Earthquake. The result was over a million tons of radioactive wastewater, and no place to put it. Not only that, but the process to cool the other reactors damaged in the earthquake also generates 150 extra tons of radioactive water per day. … Continue reading Japan to dump treated wastewater into the Pacific Ocean

Full Time Schedule Affecting KWHS Students

After Spring Break, the Monroe County School Board decided to allow students to come back full time, fearing that Florida’s governor would cut off their school budget. As well as the teachers, students have been heavily affected by the joining of A and B days in both positive and negative ways.  Daniella Barroso, the Key West High School (KWHS) Class President of 2024, expressed her … Continue reading Full Time Schedule Affecting KWHS Students

Alabamian Amazon Workers call for unionization over claims of terrible work conditions

(Featured Image provided by theguardian.com) Almost 6,000 Amazon workers working at a warehouse in Alabama are on the fence about whether or not they should form a union. Following reports of terrible unsettled working conditions, these workers are deciding if it would be better to make one of the biggest unionizations in the company’s history. The voting started on Tuesday and could take up to … Continue reading Alabamian Amazon Workers call for unionization over claims of terrible work conditions

Daft Punk Retires After 28 Years

 Daft Punk, one of the most iconic music groups of all time especially for dance and electronic, after 28 years has split up and retired from music. Whether you know them from their iconic Silver and Gold masks which keep their identity hidden from the public or for their fantastic music, it can be agreed that it is a sad day for the music industry. … Continue reading Daft Punk Retires After 28 Years

Feeding the Key West chickens may lead to heavy fines

(Featured image provided by floridapolitics.com) Key West is famous for many things including its beaches, Duval Street, and the fact that it’s the southernmost point of the continental United States. Another thing that makes the island well-known are the hundreds of feral chickens roaming around every corner of the city.           Many people like to feed the already plump birds, even to the extent where some … Continue reading Feeding the Key West chickens may lead to heavy fines

NFL Super Wild Card Weekend

The first NFL Super Wild Card Weekend happened on Saturday and Sunday and to say the least it was quite the success with 12 teams in 6 action packed games with many great moments and stories.             The first game was the  Buffalo Bills versus the Indianapolis Colts and it was a close game that came down to the wire with the Philip Rivers led Colts … Continue reading NFL Super Wild Card Weekend

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Nigerian Students Missing

By: Emily Bracher On Friday, December 12th, a group of bandits raided the Government Science Secondary School in Kankara, Nigeria. Now, hundreds of students are missing, the president reporting that the military is currently in “gunfights” with the bandits as they search for the students. In a statement made by Gambo Isah, a Katsina State police spokesman, the group entered with “AK-47 rifles” and the … Continue reading Nigerian Students Missing