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Two Monarch Butterfly Activists Killed and Why It Matters

Two Monarch Butterfly Activists Killed and Why It Matters

Aaron Hsu, News Section Editor

February 13, 2020

Just this past month, two monarch conservation activists in Mexico were found dead. The deaths have drawn attention to the tangle of disputes and violence surrounding the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve, which encompasses most of the overwintering sites of monarch butterflies.    The...

St. Paul Woman finds Missing Dog after 3 Years, All Thanks to a Beer Can

St. Paul Woman finds Missing Dog after 3 Years, All Thanks to a Beer Can

Avery Haney, News Staff

February 12, 2020

Monica Mathis, owner of lost pooch “Hazel” reported she had lost track of her dog 3 years ago while residing in Iowa. After years of dedicated search, her efforts were finally rewarded.  Currently living in Minnesota, Monica marveled at the incredible coincidence that led Hazel to be returning hom...

An Inside Look at the Making of a Few Famous Chocolate Bars

Greg Chapman

February 6, 2020

For many, the greatest part of Halloween is the chocolate that they receive. Today we will go through just how these masterpieces are made. For most of these chocolate bars, it is not exactly the ingredients that make these processes so complex, but rather the actual intricate design of the machines that mak...

Self-Driving UPS Delivery Trucks

Self-Driving UPS Delivery Trucks

Jimena Ruano, News Staff

February 6, 2020

UPS has ordered 10,000 electric delivery trucks to be tested in Atlanta, Georgia for the possibility of a faster and more efficient delivery service.   With these new electric delivery trucks, UPS would be able to pick up deliveries and drop them off during the night as well as in the aft...

New Dog Park Alert

Avery Haney

February 3, 2020

After months of dog owners begging for a new space to walk their pup, Zaveri Enterprises will be using a bid of $850,760 (Issued on January 27th, 2020) to begin constructing a new dog park next to Forsyth County Animal Shelter on County Way off Ga. 400 F. Cindy Mills, the District 4 Commissioner e...

The Night of the Grammy Awards

Livi Wold

January 31, 2020

Last Sunday, the Grammy Awards were hosted by Alicia Keys and held in Los Angeles, California. It was a night that many will remember forever.   The Grammys are held annually by The Recording Academy, and the awards are given to artists in the music industry who are able to achieve greatne...

Justin Bieber is Yummy

Varun Joshi, Editor in Chief

January 31, 2020

Justin Bieber is encouraging his fans to stream his latest single “Yummy” in order to get him to the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100.  Usually, Justin Bieber has no trouble getting his songs to the number one spot on the Hot 100. His most recent song, “Yummy”, however, is not performing as well as he would like. The song onl...

The Coronavirus in Georgia

Obshree Saravana, Senior Editor

January 31, 2020

As of January 27, there have been five confirmed reports of the Corona Virus in the United States. None of them were in Georgia, until now. Sawyer Giles, a nine-month-old girl, has recently been identified as carrying the Coronavirus. Since she was born, Sawyer had been battling health issues like low bl...

Coronavirus

Jimena Ruano, News Staff

January 31, 2020

Recent news has been spreading that a mysterious virus by the name “Coronavirus” has swept through a small part of China and has now spread to some parts of the United States.   This outbreak was first identified in Hubei Province, China and has a confirmed number of over one thousand ...

Governor Kemp Pushes Raising Teacher Wages

Obshree Saravana

January 29, 2020

The 83rd governor of Georgia, Governor Brian Kemp, pushes raising the wages of teachers. Though he has caused many controversies in the recent past, and though I don’t necessarily support some of his decisions or actions, I do believe that raising the wages of teachers is really important.  (Sourc...

Permanent Tattoos are not so Permanent Anymore

Avery Haney, News Staff

January 28, 2020

Tattoos are known as drawings that last forever. Currently, the only technique to get rid of a tattoo is by the use of lasers to break the skin and scatter the ink. The process requires multiple appointments and is proven to lead to cancer. INQUE, a Bambu Global project-based in Lowell, Massachusetts, is...

Mrs. Langley Has Been Cancer Free For Five Years!

Mrs. Langley Has Been Cancer Free For Five Years!

Abby Settipani, Sports and Entertainment Staff

January 23, 2020

Lambert teacher and swim coach, Mrs. Langley, has been cancer-free for five years today! The students in her dramatic writing class surprised her with a party to celebrate. On behalf of the Lambert Post, congratulations to Mrs. Langley on five years of being cancer-free! ...