Southside Oil City Elementary Schools celebrated the arts this past week. Click here for more.
The Barrow Civic stepped into Jane Austin'e world when it opened its two-week run of Pride and Prejudice. Click here to read more about the show and see more photos.
There were kids singing our language with the Titusville Middle School production of Newsies Jr.. Click here to read more about this show and see more photos.
Recent scrutiny of the Oil City School District administrators by a group of parents left several questions about a curriculum or resource materials being used by the district to address today's difficult understanding of sexuality and rising incidents of sexual harassment. We communicated with the school's superintendent, the Title IX coordinator, one of the concerned parents and the school board president about this ongoing issue. Read more about this ongoing story here.
Some words that have been tossed around over the last couple weeks, like "Unilaterally" and "Controversial," defined and how their meaning or perceived meaning can be misleading or incomplete. Click to read more.
It was like deja-vu this week on the hardwood
We witnessed two extremely similar games this past week with the Maplewwod girls down, but battled back to take the lead only to watch it then disappear. And almost identical thing happened when Franklin too battled their way back into a game only to fall flat in the waning minutes. Both had great seasons that will go down in their school's histories.
Maplewood valiantly battles back but falls short in the end. Click here for more.
Franklin valiantly battles back but falls short in the end. Click here for more.
Prior to Franklin's loss they had a terrific win against Our Lady of Sacred Heart. Click here for story and photos.
A new school record for sophomore Joe Herman in Titusville. We got a chance to chat with him and his coach before his great swim at states. Click here to read that story.
Oil City's 200 medley relay also broke a school record. Connor Malek, Garret Morse, Robert Wheeler and Sam Smith finished 18th overall and now hold the Oiler record. The 400 freestyle team of Garret Morse, Charlie Motter, Caleb Stover and Logan Rackow also broke an Oil City school record.