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Tracking the Coronavirus in Pennsylvania

By Elise Brooks, Staff Writer May 28, 2020

You cannot turn on the television or look at social media without seeing new reports or statistics about the COVID-19 pandemic. While there are still many unknowns and plenty of differing opinions, according...

Whether they can see each other or not, couples are doing their best to navigate the limitations imposed by social distancing during the pandemic.

Teen Dating in the Age of the Coronavirus

By Daniel Parker, Staff Writer May 26, 2020

Much has been written about the challenges and limitations that COVID-19 has put on teens when it comes to the loss of school and sports, but not as much has been said about another important aspect of...

Coronavirus Impacts Athletes at All Levels

Coronavirus Impacts Athletes at All Levels

By Keegan Raabe and Brayden Daniels April 21, 2020

Everyone has felt the effects of the Coronavirus, but it has especially impacted athletes at all levels. As all sports were brought to a halt by COVID-19, some high school athletes had their seasons...

One of the most positive side effects of the corona virus has been a temporary improvement on air and water quality in many places around the world.

Cleaner Water and Air: Coronavirus and the Environment

By Alicia Endress, Staff Writer April 21, 2020

Many of us have been understandably focusing on the negatives that COVID-19 has brought us, and let’s face it, the negatives certainly outweigh any positives. However, there is at least one major...

The Brew is one of many local Tyrone businesses that have adapted to stay open during the Coronavirus pandemic crisis

Local Businesses Adapt in the Age of Coronavirus

By MacKenzie Hyde, News Editor April 8, 2020

The advance of the Coronavirus into central Pennsylvania is having a significant impact on the community's economy. While local schools and many businesses have remained closed, other essential businesses...

The Tyrone Area School District Administration addressed the Covid-19 pandemic in a communication to staff this morning.

TASD Addresses Student Instruction and Nutrition During Coronavirus Shutdown

By Mario Grugan, Features Editor March 28, 2020

As COVID-19 finds its way into Blair County, area schools have also been battling a different virus: lack of education.  It's been two weeks since school has been in session and there is no immediate...

This is the novel coronavirus spoken of across the world.

Covid-19 Coronavirus: How Worried Should We Be?

By Mario Grugan, Features Editor February 28, 2020

The Novel Coronavirus Covid-19 is making headlines across the world. Dr. Nancy Messonnier, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory...

Ryan Patterson

Ryan Patterson

By MacKenzie Hyde, News Editor April 29, 2021

Name: Ryan Patterson Grade: 11 How has the pandemic affected your life? Although the pandemic is an atrocity in America, the pandemic gave unexpected benefits. Since we were home most of the time,...

Community Rallies to ‘Adopt’ TAHS Seniors

By Hailey Vanish, staff writer March 10, 2021

Tyrone alumni and members of the community are coming together to support Tyrone Area High School’s senior class through an “Adopt a Senior” page on Facebook. The goal of the 2021 Adopt a Senior...

Warriors Mark resident and FedEx driver Adam McKinney, seen here with his daughter Ashlynn, was a part of history this January when he began delivering the Moderna COVID vaccine to local pharmacies and hospitals.

Tyrone Alum Delivers Hope

By Ashlynn McKinney, staff writer February 9, 2021

Tyrone Class of 1994 alum Adam McKinney drives between 210-260 miles a day delivering packages to homes and businesses across central Pennsylvania for FedEx. In his 22 year career, the Warriors Mark native...

Many students have been facing mental health decline due to the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Mental Health Awareness: How to Cope During COVID

By Hailey Vanish, staff writer January 22, 2021

Feelings of worry and stress are normal, even in normal times. But the overwhelming cost that the COVID-19 pandemic brought upon the world over the last ten months has thrown stress levels through the...

Among the 101 employees who responded to the survey, 60.4% of TASD employees that they would take the COVID vaccine, which is almost identical to the percentage reported by the recent Pew Research survey (60%).

Trust in Vaccine Among TASD Employees Mirrors National Average

By Evan Boone, staff writer January 21, 2021

Only 4.2 million Americans received their first dose of the COVID-10 vaccine by the first week of January.  That is about 15 million doses short of what federal officials had hoped for by December. While...

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