Bear Attack by Chad Seider

Chad Seider, contributor

May 10, 2018

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(DISCLAIMER: NOT A TRUE STORY) Recently, On February 22, 2018 an innocent man was attacked and killed. It was in Gloucester, Virginia. It happened in Beaver Dam Park. It is located on 9537 Fary's Mill Road. Beaver Dam Park...

Firework Incident by Adrian Legaretta

Adrian Legarreta, Contributor

May 10, 2018

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  (THIS NOT A TRUE STORY) Nov 7, 2017 between 9:30 and 12:00, a fire violently appeared in Farmington West Virginia Idamay football field near Circle Drive. The police suspected an act of vandalism or maybe loitering. Some p...

The Victim of a Tree by Natalie Z.

Natalie Zamiska, Contributor

May 10, 2018

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(WARNING. THIS IS NOT A TRUE STORY.) One cloudy day, on June 6th, 2018, Preston Short, a 12 year old male, fell out of a tree. I decided to find out more about his experience. I went over to his house on March 12th, 2018, and i...

Why the Government Shutdown by Dakota Brown

May 10, 2018

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The article “TFK Explains: The Government Shutdown” by an anonymous author from www.timeforkids.com. This article talks about what happens when the government shuts down. The author describes why the government shut down happe...

TFK Interviews Sandy Cheeks by April Cherry

April Cherry, Contributor

May 10, 2018

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I read “Making a Splash” by an anonymous author from www.timeforkids.com. This article is about a cast member of SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical, being interviewed by TFK. Lilli Cooper, who plays Sandy Cheeks, says...

Advice from the Shark’s Analysis

Samantha V., Contributer

May 10, 2018

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This is Samantha V. coming back to you to tell you about a Time for Kids analysis! The article I chose is “Advice from the Sharks,” which is a special edition that includes a way to save and the reason it’s called that is...

Newspaper Class by Preston Short

Preston Short, Contributor

May 10, 2018

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Newspaper class at Tabb Middle school is taught by Mrs. Hitzeman. She is a nice teacher and a great writer. This class gets a little out of control sometimes, but she handles it very well. During class a lot of things go on. First...

“Blast off, Starman!” Article Review by Michael Olea

Michael Olea

May 10, 2018

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“Blast off, Starman!” (Article Review) The article, “Blast off, Starman” is about SpaceX testing out one of their prototypes for a rocket and lifting a red Tesla sports car that is driven by a mannequin in a space suit? It...

Top Inventions by Josh Lutz

Joshua Lutz, Contributer

May 10, 2018

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The Top Inventions of the Past Year In the www.timeforkids.com article named “Best Inventions of 2017” the numerous authors talked about six of the best inventions developed last year. The authors, Lisa Eadicicco, Jenny...

Broken Orchestra by Cole Hurd

Cole Hurd, Contributor

May 10, 2018

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  Broken instruments from Philadelphia's public schools are on display at Temple University. COURTESY TEMPLE CONTEMPORARY, TYLER SCHOOL OF ART       In February 23, 2018, Lina Mai made the ...

A Flaming Catastrophe by Sofie Hart

Sofie Hart, Contributor

May 10, 2018

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Sofie Hart A Flaming Catastrophe Santa Rosa, California before and after the fire “California Fires” is an article written by Glenn Greenburg, on the Santa Rosa fire. More information can be found here. The author gives a description of sympathy for the residents of S...

Protecting Your Head by Nolan James

May 10, 2018

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In the In the Time for kids article Stronger, Safer Football Helmets   article named “Best Inventions of 2017” there are numerous article talked about new inventions or inventions that were improved. The authors Lisa Eadic...

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