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Students discuss Ukraine

January 25, 2023

On Feb. 24, 2022, Russia invaded Ukraine, stirring up attention from world leaders globally. The war...

Figuring out Spring-Ford’s ticket-price formula

December 15, 2022

In order to attend a Spring-Ford sporting event, school dance, or play, students must pay an entry fee,...

Spring-Ford High School to host Special Olympics

December 15, 2022

Spring-Ford will host the Montgomery County Special Olympics Track and Field Competition for the first...

Girls basketball returns great team

Recent Sports Stories

Rams soccer rebounds, net trip to states

January 10, 2023

With a first year head coach, this year’s Spring-Ford boys soccer team rebounded from a 1-2-1 start...

Miscavage hired as Rams’ new AD

January 10, 2023

New Spring-Ford Athletic Director Dan Miscavage holds much experience despite beginning his first year...

Well Served

December 15, 2022

Spring-Ford junior Mia Matriccino put together a historic season for the Rams, finishing with a bronze...

Public, students make a difference when they get involved in service

Recent Opinion Stories

Banning books harms society

January 25, 2023

Literature serves as the key to unlocking a better future, being the guide that directs the next generation...

Remote learning changed school

January 25, 2023

Misguided cheering erupted from classrooms a few years ago when school was dismissed at the onset of...

Polarization a problem in government

December 20, 2022

The extreme divide between Republicans and Democrats, otherwise known as political polarization, is the...

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