Yesterday’s News April

Tensions have increased between North Korean president Kim Jong-un, pictured, and President Trump over missile tests surrounding Day of the Sun holiday, according to BBC news. North Korea carried out its fifth nuclear test on April 16 that failed, but Vice-Foreign Minister Han Song-ryol told BBC North Korea will be conducting future missile tests on a “weekly, monthly and yearly basis.”

Emma Kilgore, Managing Editor-Print

April 27, 2017

Gather around, boys and girls. This month’s news is hot off the press and ready to be devoured. To sweeten the deal, we’ll throw in some nifty headlines to get an idea of what you might’ve missed. What: Slow-moving landslide closes State Route 530 Where: Oso When: April 7 Source: ...

Yesterday’s News March 1

Emma Kilgore, Managing Editor of Print

March 1, 2017

Raging fires, beached whales and the New England Patriots. Not sure which one of those upset you the most, but we’ve got them all. This month’s headlines have been absolutely insane, and The Clipper has them all for you. Headlines: Feb. 1 Prison break and hostage situation in Smyrna, Delaware Feb. 2 Tru...

Yesterday’s News

Emma Kilgore, Managing Editor-Print

February 14, 2017

Did winter break freeze over your newsfeed? We all need some defrosting after the last two months. To get you caught up with the big headlines and even bigger names, here’s a list. It’s as they say: go “bigly” or go home.   What: 38 dead, 155 wounded in Istanbul bombing When: Dec. 10 Wher...