The 17th Annual Airville Fire Company Mud Sale

By Clare Mankin Business Manager The annual Airville Volunteer Fire Company Mud Sale is tomorrow March 16. This the 17th anniversary of the mud sale’s first fundraiser. The event itself is called a “mud sale” because it occurs, usually, at the break of the cold winter weather. The first sightings of spring and warm weather are what bring so many people out from different counties … Continue reading The 17th Annual Airville Fire Company Mud Sale

What is St. Patrick’s Day and why is it celebrated?

By Clare Mankin Business Manager Throughout history St. Patrick’s day has been a way for Irish citizens to pay tribute to the patron saint of the Emerald Island. So when did it change? How did the once virtuous holiday turn into a slander of the island’s history? Believed to be the missionary who converted all of Ireland to Christianity in the AD 400’s, Saint Patrick … Continue reading What is St. Patrick’s Day and why is it celebrated?

New Apple Screen Tracking Feature Data Surprises Students

By Aubrie Wise Junior Editor-in-Chief After the newest iPhone update, people across the nation are receiving a notification every Sunday night from Apple reporting how much time they spent on their phones that week. The Screen Time Feature released by Apple tracks how long a person is on their phone, what apps they are on, the amount of notification they get, and even how many … Continue reading New Apple Screen Tracking Feature Data Surprises Students

Senior executive council strives to plan perfect 2019 Prom night

By Marissa Burd Editor-in-Chief Prom is supposed to be last “hoorah” of a high schooler’s senior year. It’s a time to dress up and dance to the most popular songs that came out over the last four years of high school while memories from previous years of dances flow in. This Spring of 2019, Red Lion’s senior class will spend their last “hoorah” on May … Continue reading Senior executive council strives to plan perfect 2019 Prom night

Mini-Thon kicks off event festivities

By Marissa Burd Editor-in-Chief After 8th period Mon. Feb. 4, Red Lion High School students filled the Fitzkee Center for the annual Mini-Thon kick off assembly. Students and faculty were entertained by the competition cheer squad, followed by a lip sync battle performed by different groups the high school’s students. As mentioned at the assembly, Mini-Thon will yet again be a 12 hour event held … Continue reading Mini-Thon kicks off event festivities

The senior executive council invites students to Winter Formal dance

By Marissa Burd Editor-in-Chief The senior executive council has planned a 2019 Winter Formal dance, welcoming all of Red Lion High School students to the commons on Sat, Feb. 23. The dance will be held from 7-10 p.m. for Red Lion High School students only. A ticket will cost just $12 and they are to be sold in singles. “It was a good fundraising idea,” … Continue reading The senior executive council invites students to Winter Formal dance

Rumble in the Jungle invited thousands to Fitzkee Center

By Marissa Burd Editor-in-Chief The Lock Haven University vs. Arizona State University “Rumble in the Jungle” NCAA Division I wrestling match has been the talk at Red Lion for the past couple of months. For the first time ever, Red Lion High School hosted a college wrestling match. Just tonight, Fri. Jan. 25, at 7 p.m. was time for the event. Thousands of spectators including … Continue reading Rumble in the Jungle invited thousands to Fitzkee Center

Surprising effects of the current government shutdown

By Cora Beyer Political Editor The Federal Government has reached the two week mark for its current shutdown. The shutdown was enacted as congressional and White House officials failed to come up with a spending bill. This bill has sparked controversy among government officials as it is dependent on a $5.7 billion budget for a border wall, according to the New York Times. As the … Continue reading Surprising effects of the current government shutdown