Clarion News Rundown

A view of the city. (Taken by Elliana Miller-Young)

Sinclair News

  • On Fri. 20th of September, Dayton activists participated in the global climate strike created by students from all over the world. The strike is partially supported by the Sustainability Student Leadership Counsel. Sinclair Peace Club.It will consist of two protests. One took place at the Kennedy Union Fountain at UD. The second started at Sinclair Community College and the protesters marched towards the Dayton Federal Building.

Local News

  • At 6:45 a.m Sept. 20, a man was engulfed in flames, which resulted in the grass being set ablaze behind a Marathon gas station near N. James H. McGee Boulevard. According to a witness the fire was started when the man had pumped gasoline into a milk jug half an hour earlier. There is no word on his condition just yet.
  • On Sept. 18th, Dayton funk legends gathered together in the Rose Music Center of Huber Heights, OH. Their goal is to raise money for the Dayton foundation, which will go towards assisting victims affected by the Memorial Day tornados.

U.S News

  • Paddleboarder Joshua Hensley, who the community named Capt. Jack Sparrow, was discovered dead near the Gulf of Mexico Florida. Hensley was the owner of Big Foot Paddle Boards in Crystal River. He was last spotted in Hunter Springs Park in Citrus county. He was paddleboarding to Shell Island to watch the sunset before his mysterious death.

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