Issue 39

The Olb City Announcer

Volume 4, Issue 9
May 2nd-May 8th, 2021

Huge Lawsuit Filed

By Lorenzo Avila and Tony Yuan

Olb City Courthouse-On Monday, Demial Kondo filed a lawsuit against his partner Bedli Amat. Both are millionaires and jointly own the massive company KandaRestauraunts Holdings Company, Inc. which has a net worth of 100 billion dollars and owns such chains like Jamaisvu, the famous fine dining store, and large stakes in McDonalds. Kondo accused Amat of fraud, verbal abuse of employees, theft of employee's salaries, and more. Demial also says that Amat has been crediting himself with owning and founding the entire company even though he only owns 65% of it. Research by the judges also found that Amat had not founded the company: He had joined Kondo two years aftter the company was formed. Employee testimony states that Amat was extremely rude to them and insulted them often; he also stole employee salaries without explanation. A jury sentenced Amat to 15 years in jail, as well as a 650,000 Arenzo fine. The government gave his holdings in the company to Kondo.


by Owen Miyazoi

On Wednesday, the famous Arenztopian sculptor Joanne Wells passed away at the age of 78 after a 5-year battle with cancer. There will be a charity auction of her remaining work; all proceeds will be donated to cancer research at the University of Arenztopia.


By Sam-Louis Alrocaet

The soccer season continued on Tuesday with the Noi City Nightingales advancing to go against the Chanlanian Cheetahs. The Cheetahs beat the Nightingales and are expected to advance to go against the Arenzish Atmospheres in the semifinals next week.


By Mezoir Logan

Highs will be in the mid-30s with lows in the mid-20s. There will be some rain from Monday through Wednesday, with sunny days starting on Thursday.

Coronavirus Report

By Owen Miyazoi

Cases remain at 0, with almost 40,000,000 vaccinated. A vaccine for kids is being developed. The head of Arenzish Disease Control, a nonprofit fund for distribution of PPE and medicine, says that the COVID-19 shot might need to be taken seasonally, like the flu shot.

Feature: Kanollan Shinkharin

By Tony Yuan

Today we interviewed Kanollan Shinkharin, the CEO and founder of Kor, which is a plane company.

Olb City Announcer: Thank you so much for coming! To start off, could you tell us a bit about some of the planes that Kor makes?

Kanollan Shinkharin: Sure! So Kor makes private jets, to put it simply. We are in direct competition with Embraer for control of the Arenztopian private jet market right now. We charge 8 million Arenzos to buy, which is very cheap in the private jet sector, and we charge 10,000 Arenzos per hour to charter a large jet and 5,000 Arenzos per hour to charter a small one. Our most luxurious jet is the Kor 900, which is 98 feet long. It has leather upholstery, 4K OLED touchscreen TVs, a Kor T-0 eight-screen Super Cockpit Suite, two twin-size beds, four turbojet engines, and more.

OCA: That does sound very luxurious! What is the newest private jet that Kor has made?

KS: Well, the newest jet that we have made is actually our smallest, the Kor 200 Mk 2. It's a rerelease of the Kor 200, and the Mk 2 was released just a month ago. It can seat five people with leather upholstery and 4k HD TVs, and it is powered by two turboprop engines.

OCA: Wow! That is very fancy! What is your favorite jet that Kor has made?

KS: I think my favorite jet is probably the Kor 800.3, which was a custom jet that we made for the CEO of the Argen Group. It was a Kor 800, but it had been gutted and the interior was replaced by a sort of hotel thing, with three huge luxury suites and a luxury lounge. To this day, I have no idea how we managed to fit all that stuff in there.

OCA: Well, that looks like all the questions that we have for you today! Thank you for coming!

KS: Thank you for inviting me! It was nice meeting you!

This interview has been edited for length and clarity.

Fire in New Paris

By Sam-Louis Alrocaet

On Tuesday a large scale fire, lasting 2 days, happened in New Paris. It burned in the forests outside of town and destroyed 60 acres of land. Many New Paris citizens have volunteered to clean up the area and plant new trees. Tragically, one firefighter was killed in the blaze. The cause of the fire is unknown.

New Airport Tug Shipped to OCIA

By Owen Miyazoi

On Wednesday, a new airport tug was shipped to the OCIA. It is called the MEGATug and it is the second-largest airport tug in the world, with a total pulling capacity of 800,000 pounds or 2,000 tons.

Book Recommendation

By Sam-Louis Alrocaet

This week we recommend the brilliant book Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown, which is a thrillling novel following Robert Langdon after a murder in Paris, leading to a possible major religious discovery.


By Lorenzo Avila

In full bloom
Bringing life
happy times


By Owen Miyazoi

Monata Jemoo, a beloved former teacher, died at the age of 65 after a stroke. She was known for her fierce advocacy for the creation of a teacher's union in Olb City. Send your sympathies to 680-303-9823.