Ashley Wilhelm, Feature's Editor

April 17, 2018

On the week of April 8th, librarians across the nation celebrated National Library Day. The week was created because research showed that the nation was spending all of their time on radios, televisions, and other electronics and spe...

Reading is taken to another level

Bronlyn Holland, Sports Editor

September 1, 2017

Beginning this school year, Henry County schools are partnering with the public library for students to read books not offered in the school library for free. This allows students to check out books online without having to worry...

Fund raising for early literacy campaign

Kayley Boan, Literary Magazine

February 2, 2017

The FERST Foundation sends children's books to kids every month until they turn five. According to their website, their reason behind it is that to be able to have a strong education you must have a strong literature foundation. Books...

Bible club is not dead

Mary Mangual, Coeditor-in-Chief

December 11, 2015

On December 9, Ethan Ahonen, junior, got to the media center early to get cardstock from Cheryl Benton. Ahonen is the leader of the Bible club, which was met for the last time for this semester last Wednesday. While usually the club does “Sunday ...

Ola’s Readers Rise to District Regionals

Mary Mangual, Student Life Editor

February 13, 2015

On Saturday Feb. 7 Ola High School’s Reading Bowl team met at Clayton State University for the metro-area district competition. Both coaches, Cheryl Benton and Anita Stroop, gathered the team in the gymnasium before the match began to make last minute decisions and remarks. T...

Reading Bowl Advances to Clayton State

January 28, 2015

On Saturday January 24th, the Ola High School Reading Bowl team placed second in county. The first two teams at the county competition get to move on to the regional competition at Clayton State on Saturday February 7th. Henry County placed first and will face Ola again at regions. E...

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