Written By Adrianna LoChirco Since May 11, when Kentucky began its phased reopening after two months of a near-total shutdown, face coverings have become highly recommended for all patrons at grocery stores, restaurants and other places that frequently see large … Continue reading Do You Wear A Mask?
Written by Debra Murray As the upcoming election nears in November, the COVID-19 pandemic gives voters insight into how presidential candidates would handle a crisis if they were elected. “I want to vote for a candidate who takes the wellbeing … Continue reading COVID-19 Shows Voters How Presidential Candidates Will Respond in Office
Written by Debra Murray PRP has had several issues regarding students carrying guns this year, which is seemingly more of an issue this year than during previous years. According to a PBS article, students in the United States were caught … Continue reading Armed Students Have Raised Safety Concerns at PRP
Written by Charley Harp In high school, many students will get their first job. While it can be super exciting for them to have their own money and a reliable source of income, it is very important for them to … Continue reading Know Your Workers’ Rights
Written by Debra Murray Student debt is an incredible weight on recent college graduates. According to Forbes, money borrowed for student loans varying in age, race, gender, etc. equals more than 1.5 trillion dollars. Student loan debt is the second … Continue reading How Future College Students Will Vote Based on the Student Debt Crisis
Written by Debra Murray As the 2020 presidential election closes in, high school students are faced with figuring out what it is that they support politically. From wearing “Make America Great Again” hats to attending women’s rights protests, high school … Continue reading Students Explain the Issues That First-Time Voters Care About
Written by Debra Murray Women’s reproductive rights are currently the biggest issue in this legislative session as many new laws have been voted on. Getting an abortion may become a crime in several states. Many states are pushing to restrict … Continue reading What Local High School Students Have to Say About Extreme Abortion Changes
Written by Adrianna LoChirco Less than 100 years ago, women didn’t have the right to vote in the United States. On August 26th, 1920, the 19th amendment was passed, granting women the right to vote. Women’s Equality Day is celebrated … Continue reading Women Fight Back!
Written by Savannah Sosna Who doesn’t love a good shopping spree? Shoppers gravitate toward malls regularly when in need of new clothing. Many shoppers even return often to find new trends. Many students around the Ridge said their favorite stores … Continue reading Department Stores’ Dirty Little Secret
Written by Debra Murray If you’re dying to fill out the election ballot, the process of registering to vote only takes a few minutes and allows you to contribute in elections. Registering to vote is an incredibly simple task for … Continue reading How to Register to Vote in Kentucky