Owensboro Basketball Loses to Warren Central 81-68

Picture from the Messenger Inquire. Anticipation was high as the Owensboro boys basketball team prepared to play the Warren Central Tigers, a team that beat Apollo High School 84-45.  The Devils fought hard throughout the entire game, mostly keeping up with the attacking power of Warren Central. Owensboro trailed close behind in the first half,…

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No Fun in Fundraising

Every school year we seem to have the same issue: classes need money. According to senior guidance counselor, Mrs. Fogle, the goal is for incoming senior classes to have $5,000 in their account. Senior activities are what can make or break senior year. The Holiday World trip alone costs around $5,000 and the class still…

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Got Venmo?

If you have ever been out with a friend from college, chances are you’ve heard about Venmo. Venmo is an app that allows you to pay others instantly using your bank account, which is perfect if you’re someone who doesn’t always carry their wallet or is running low on cash. With Venmo, all you have…

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Kaysia’s Political Rants: The Caravan

The thousands of immigrants that make up the controversial caravan have finally arrived to Mexico and the United States of America’s border. These individuals have traveled numerous miles in hope of of escaping the horrid situations in their home countries. These situations range from gang violence to domestic abuse. Instead of greeting the caravan with…

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Global Climate Change

Global climate change has been a recurring term among news stories and magazine articles in the past few years. Unless someone lives under a rock, they’re almost guaranteed to have heard about the phenomenon by now—although a rock-dwelling person would have already experienced the detrimental effects of climate change first hand. Who or what is…

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Watch and Cringe

Two weeks ago, Owensboro High School traveled to Bowling Green to compete for the Class 5A Region title at South Warren High School. D1 commits Clayton Bush, Jacob Lacey, and Gavin Spurrier were the talk of the OHS halls the week leading up to that game. Bush has committed to Western Kentucky University, Lacey to…

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