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Reactions: Notre Dame cathedral catches fire

Reactions: Notre Dame cathedral catches fire

By Cailyn Zanylo, round table reporter

April 30, 2019


Filed under Broadcast, Featured, MHS Announcements, News, RT Now, The Latest

Recently, the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, France caught fire, due to an unknown cause. The fire started in the attic and burned 2/3 of the roof away, as well as burn down part of the cathedral’s spire. No one was injured in the fire, but this French icon will never be the same.

Power outage turns school on to speculating

By Emily Scoggins, Round Table Opinion Editor

October 3, 2014


Filed under Community news, Community news articles, News, News articles, School news articles, The Latest

“I thought it was an alien invasion. All of a sudden the lights went off, and then when they came back on, like three of them were just blinking and there was weird flashing. Then my computer had the orange ring of death and I was really worried…” Becky Reickel, Middletown High School media...

Barn catches fire on Holter Road

Barn catches fire on Holter Road

By Emily Cross, Opinion Editor

November 7, 2013


Filed under News, News photos, The Latest

An entire barn and all of the personal items of the owner's were burned to the ground late on the night of Nov. 3. The barn was located on Bella Vista farm on Holter Road. - Photo by Emily Cross

Unintentional fire drill calls firefighters to MHS

Unintentional fire drill calls firefighters to MHS

September 12, 2013


Filed under News, News photos, The Latest

On September 11, firefighters arrived at Middletown High School after a fire drill was put into effect between classes. No actual fire needed to be put out, and the firefighters approved everyone to reenter the building after a few minutes.

Fire alarms St. Thomas More students

Fire alarms St. Thomas More students

February 4, 2013


Filed under Feature Archives, Feature photo archives, Feature Stories Archives

Students evacuated the St. Thomas More academy in Middletown on Jan. 31. The local fire department was called to assess the situation, but no one was available for comment.  Photo by - Johanna Yee

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