Issue 27

The Olb City Announcer

Volume 3, Issue 7
February 7th-February 13th, 2021

Huge New Building Complex Planned

By Tony Yuan

North Olb City-A new and ambitious building complex was announced in the trending neighborhood of Riverpark Heights. It is going to be designed, built, and sold by prestigious realty firm McMilleryége & Sons. The complex will feature eight modern buildings designed to be green and almost entirely self-sufficient, and it will have over 1 and a half million square feet of space spread out over a lot of 8 acres. According to a statement from McMilleryége & Sons, it will likely be finished by 2030.


By Owen Miyazoi

A new artwork was unveiled at the OCAM on Monday. It is by previously unknown artist Georgio Kanhalkanazzar. It features a huge LED screen that visitors can walk on, and the screen displays various optical illusions as the day progresses. N1 News’ art reviews section has described it as “dizzying fun.”


By Sam-Louis Alrocaet

On Sunday, the Super Bowl happened over in the United States. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Tom Brady went up against the Kansas City Cheifs and Patrick Mahomes. It was a very one-sided fight, with a gigantic loss for the Cheifs. A quick analysis shows that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ defense always tackled Mahomes before he could make a focused throw, and the Cheifs didn't ever get a single touchdown. The final score was 31-9.


By Mezoir Logan

Snow is expected with nearly-freezing temperatures throughout next week.

Coronavirus Report

By Owen Miyazoi

Cases are at 380 and deaths are at 9. 500 more people have gotten Avac, and 450 more people have gotten the Pfizer vaccine. This is the first time since mid-March that cases have dropped below 10.

Feature: Telta Williams

By Lorenzo Avila and Tony Yuan

Today we interviewed Telta Williams, the founder and CEO of Telta Tech, a company that focuses on air travel.

Olb City Announcer: Hi! thanks for coming! Can you tell us a little bit about Telta Tech?

Telta Williams: Sure! Telta Tech is a company that makes and uses airplanes for the better of the planet and humanity.

OCA: That is awesome! What was your most recent project?

TW: Well, we are working on some projects right now, but we can't tell you about that till it is released! But, one project recently released was the Planes for Humanity project or PHP. We use our planes to carry food to less-fortunate families in places like Uganda, Ethiopia, Yemen, and many African countries: A single freighter 747 can carry over 120 tons of food. We also use our other aviation tech, mostly our drones, to plant trees in areas where forests are being cut down.

OCA: Wow! you and your company seem to be working very hard to help this planet! What do you use your money for?

TW: Well, first from what I just told you we don't make a whole lot of money on things like PHP but, we sell out tech to some companies that we know use out tech for good. But, anyway we make monthly about 1 billion dollars, which is a lot. After paying my employees, keeping our tech up to standards, and the cost of the saplings, and the food we give, we have about 100 million left. I donate 50 million to childrens’ hospitals, 25 million to ocean clean-up programs and then I have 25 million left. Of course after I work pretty hard I like to keep 10 million myself. I keep the last 15 million for future projects.

OCA: Sounds like you're very smart with your money! Anyway, thanks for coming!

TW: Thanks for inviting me! Bye!

This interview has been edited for length and clarity.

Hackers breach security archives

By Sam-Louis Alrocaet

The hacker group GreenLight breached the Security Archives of Olb City, exposing over 100,000 classified and declassified security feeds. Officials have banned the circulation of the classified feeds but have allowed the circulation of the declassified ones.

680 Pizza releases new website

By Owen Miyazoi

The famous pizza shop 680 Pizza revamped its website on Wednesday with a new online-ordering service and a new store for merchandise. You can visit the website at


By Lorenzo Avila


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By Owen Miyazoi

Famous director William Narghbourough died at the age of 98 on Tuesday. He had produced over 350 movies and short films over his 70-year career. A record twenty of his movies have gotten the Sawyer A. Pargon Award for Excelling Excellency in the Art of Film, which is one of the most prestigious film awards in Arenztopia. He was widely known as one of the best directors in the world. Show sympathy by visiting his memorial at