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Business changes to take place in Stevens Point

December 4, 2017

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By TARREN LEWIS The Mirror reporter The holiday season is right around the corner and big business changes are being made in the Stevens Point area. With the upcoming closure of the Stevens Point Kmart, 45 local jobs will b...

SPASH culinary students win People’s Choice Award

December 4, 2017

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By KAITLYN HERMAN The Mirror reporter Stevens Point Area High School students Emerick Zakrzewski, Emily Pumper, Salem Larson, and Mason Piotrowski recently won the People’s Choice Award for their chili entry at the Chil...

Spill in South Dakota

December 4, 2017

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By JAYNA SALVINSKI The Mirror reporter The controversial Keystone Pipeline in South Dakota has recently leaked about 200,000 gallons of oil into the environment and soaked into the ground. Although the spill was stopped wi...

Top SPASH musicians perform in state honors ensembles

November 17, 2017

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By KAITLYN HERMAN The Mirror reporter The Wisconsin School Music Association has been giving recognition to top musicians for nearly 50 years and this year, six talented Stevens Point Area Senior High music students were...

FCCLA/HOSA Health-O-Ween scaring away bad habits

November 17, 2017

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By MAI YIA LEE The Mirror reporter Changing bad habits later in life can be difficult, it’s better to start learning healthy habits at a young age, which is why on Monday, Oct. 23, Tuesday, Oct. 24, and Thursday, Oct....

Gamers’ Alliance provides fun and friendships

November 17, 2017

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By JAYNA SALVINSKI The Mirror reporter Stevens Point Area High School has a wide variety of clubs including the Gamers’ Alliance of Stevens Point (GASP), club based on the principle that games are fun and playing those...

The Daily Dose Nov. 17, 2017

November 17, 2017

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International: According to Al Jazeera the Zimbabwean military took control of the state media, government offices, the country capital, Harare and put the president under house arrest on Wednesday. Since then, the military has...

Personal Finance gets the gold

November 17, 2017

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By SYDNEY CLARK The Mirror reporter Athletes may be honored for their prowess with a gold medal, but Stevens Point Area Senior High’s (SPASH) personal finance classes have been honored with a gold standard. Next Generation...

November 16. Time for your Daily Dose

November 16, 2017

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NATIONAL: Fast Company reports that Muslims have been attacked more often in 2016 than 2011. The information comes from Pew Research who created their data based off of the FBI’s hate crime statistics. The number of reported assa...

Where’s my Daily Dose? Right here, for November 14

November 14, 2017

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INTERNATIONAL:  According to the New York Times, there has been a massive earthquake in Iran. So far, the quake has taken over 500 lives and injured over 7,460 others. At the request of the government, thousands of people have l...

It’s November 9 and here is your Daily Dose

November 9, 2017

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NATIONAL: Reuters staff recently covered a study done by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The study showed that in 2015, one in adult Americans used some form of tobacco; 87 percent of the tobacco users sm...

Your Daily Dose for November 8

November 8, 2017

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INTERNATIONAL: According to CNN, Germany lawmakers must legally recognize a “third gender.” Germany will be the first country to offer intersex people to be able to identify themselves as such on their birth certificates. ...

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