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Tanks, bombers and pyrotechnics bring sp…

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Tanks, bombers and pyrotechnics bring spark to the CMP’s 2015 First Shot Ceremony

Gary Anderson at the 2014's First Shot Ceremony. Join the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) on the world-famous Camp Perry ranges in Port Clinton, for another thrilling display of live World War...

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Young’s receives piece of the World Trad…

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Young’s receives piece of the World Trade Center

Retired New York City Fire Chief Ed Breen, who was active during the September 11, 2001, presented Young’s Carpet One Floor & Home with a piece of the World Trade...

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High winds from NE effect fishing again …

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High winds from NE effect fishing again this week

I almost couldn’t believe Saturday’s forecast earlier in the week; another big NE storm was coming? OMG!! We were just talking about this a few weeks ago. There will probably...

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Hour of Code

Danbury Middle School participated in the Hour of Code during Computer Science Education Week. According to the code.org the Hour of Code is an opportunity for every student to try computer science for one hour. During Computer Science Education Week (Dec. 9-15), code.org is making history and recruiting 10 million to join in and do the Hour of Code. People are encouraged, young and old, to try their hand at computer programming at code.org. 

Danbury Middle School has made a commitment to have all of its students be part of the millions around the world learning to write simple computer code. Every middle school student had an opportunity during the week to learn more about coding and write 100+ lines of code to solve a variety of puzzles. For students who are interested in continuing to code, additional opportunities will be available either independently or for some students it will be part of their regular computer classroom curriculum.

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Lakers drop 2nd straight game, fall to 1-3

Despite getting 22 points from Erin Lavelle, the Danbury Lakers fell to Ottawa Hills 58-46 in Toledo Area Athletic Conference action last week.

The Green Bears, who got 16 points apiece from Olivia Van Slooten and Allie Dewire and 14 from Foster Smith, took a 14-6 lead after the first quarter and led 31-14 at halftime.

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Danbury drops first two games of the year

Dominic Manuella scored a game-high 20 points, but it wasn’t enough as the Lakers fell to Ottawa Hills 70-48.

The Green Bears, a regional finalist last season, had five players finish in doubles figures led by Geoff Beans and R.J. Coil who had 18 and 16 points. Ottawa Hills led 22-10 after the first quarter and took a 44-22 lead into the half before the teams battled to a 26-26 tie in the final two quarters.

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