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Hershey High School Theater readies 1-act play pair

The cast of “Check Please” poses for a group photo on April 16, 2019. The rigorous rehearsal was focused on polishing up the scenes for the performance. (Broadcaster/Té Burkholder)

Té Burkholder, Reporter

April 23, 2019

Hershey High School Theater will be performing two one-act plays, “Check Please” and “Please Hold” on Thursday, April 25 and Friday, April 26 at 7:00 pm in the high school auditorium. Tickets are five dollars for students and senior citizens, eight dollars for adults, and free for staff and...

Hersheypark Springtime in the Park opens

Clare Canavan, Reporter

March 27, 2019

The spring season has arrived. As the warm weather arises, the Sweetest Place on Earth is opening their number one tourist attraction, Hersheypark. Hersheypark is opening their springtime in the Park on the weekend of April 6, 2019. It will run from the weekends of April 6-7, 13-14, and 20-21. In...

How to Beat the Spring Allergy Season

Ragweed is one of the many contributors that cause allergic reactions to many people. This plant releases pollen, which causes runny noses, sneezing, and coughing during the spring season. (Ken Bosma/CC BY 2.0)

Elaina Joyner, Reporter

March 22, 2018

As spring comes  and flowers begin to bloom and rain begins to fall, allergy season is also on the way. With the pollen in the air and the mold from the rain causing stuffy noses and watering eyes, here are a few ways to try to beat this allergy season. One way to beat this allergy season is to s...

HHS Spring Athletes Balance Sports and Schoolwork

Track practice is held on March 26, 2015. HHS sophomore Jacob Fox will be competing on the track team this season. (Hershey Track and Field)

March 15, 2016

By Joel Neuschwander Long practice hours, a pile of homework, and some sleepless nights. Spring student-athletes at Hershey High School are learning to balance their athletic and academic lives, and it comes easier to some than others. Colin White, HHS Sophomore, said sometimes he doesn’t...

El Niño Weakens Through Spring

During La Niña, winds from the east push warm surface waters to the western Pacific. However during El Niño, winds weaken and warm surface water flows back to the eastern Pacific. Source: Tampa Bay Times

March 14, 2016

By: Maddie O’Shea El Niño has already created a major blizzard in Pennsylvania, but forecasters don’t believe the storm is over quite yet. Recently, NASA released photos of a Jason-2 image (below) showing a peaked El Niño and comparing similarities in both December 2015 and December 1997. T...

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