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The best and worst of holiday traditions

Posted on 18 December 2014

DeLaney Fisher @DeLaney__Fisher [Co Executive Newspaper Editor] The Christmas season is full of special holiday traditions. Some pleasant and looked forward to and other that are dreaded and despised. Each person has their own opinion on what’s annoying and what’s not. Most families gather for Christmas, but is it really necessary to have 403 Christmas parties and [...] Continue Reading

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Features

Unlikely ways to spend the holidays

Posted on 17 December 2014

Kaydence DeWoody @kaydewoods_ Over winter break most kids stay inside to watch tv, play video games, hang with friends, or play sports. But unlike the average teen, Hunter Kiernan, freshmen, spends his free time hunting and ice fishing. Kiernan loves to be outdoors. “I go hunting as much as possible, usually a couple times every week.” he [...] Continue Reading

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Entertainment, Opinion

J. Cole releases new album

Posted on 16 December 2014

Gage Miskimen @GageMisky [Co Executive Newspaper Editor] North Carolina rapper, J.Cole (Jermaine Cole), released his newest album exactly a week ago on December 9th. The album, titled, 2014 Forest Hills Drive, is an exploration into Cole’s childhood. He’s come a long way since his beginnings, rapping about his “come-up” in the hip-hop game. He’s expanded his [...] Continue Reading

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News

Christmas spent elsewhere

Posted on 15 December 2014

Savannah Guyer @SavannahMGuyer [Feature Editor] Most students view winter break as a time to settle down into the holiday spirit by surrounding themselves with the average midwest winter elements such as dipping temperatures, icy conditions, and snow filled streets. Stephanie Hedtke, senior, is taking a different route with her time off. Instead of the normal delights of [...] Continue Reading

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News

Student eating rights

Posted on 15 December 2014

Kylie McAllister @smileeyyykylie [Co Executive Yearbook Editor] One of the most important accomplishments a student can achieve in high school is learning how to be indepent. From the moment we are born, we count on our parents to make decisions for us, take care of us, and guide us along the right path. In high school, [...] Continue Reading

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Features

An unexpected evaluation for singers

Posted on 11 December 2014

Kasi Rupert @kasibellerupert [Staff Writer] In most classes, students are tested on information from lessons they learned in class over time. Choir or music classes are usually not known as one of the many in this category. Many people look at choir as an “easy A,” or just a silly elective. However, Jonathan Dyrland, vocal music [...] Continue Reading

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Opinion

Benchwarmer blues

Posted on 10 December 2014

Noah Walter @Tyrannoahsaurus [Staff Writer] Riding the pine, warming the bench, keeping your spot hot, all of these terms describe the life of a benchwarmer. Being a part of a team is a special bond. Athletes get to practice together, play together, go to team dinners and have fun, and sometimes even pull a few jokes [...] Continue Reading

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Features

Finals causes stress

Posted on 09 December 2014

Ceci Pitstick @Ceci_Pitstick [Staff Writer] Finals is just around the bend, and that is enough to send people into a tizzy. Many people freak out during finals week, one of those many people is Craig Engle, senior. Engle is currently taking Business Law two, English 4B, American Government, and he volunteers. He is lucky enough to [...] Continue Reading

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