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Nostalgia, Hair-Singeing Breath, and Expired Peanut Butter

Nostalgia, Hair-Singeing Breath, and Expired Peanut Butter

Joel Henderson, Outside Writer

April 17, 2019


Filed under OPINION

Stories aren’t always meant to have a theme of some sort, stories are told because that is what many of us know. We know the stories that were told to us by our decaying ancestors. They unwittingly told us things, expecting us to continue the age old tradition. My grandma wasn’t very traditional, howeve...

A Dysfunctional Duo

A Dysfunctional Duo

Holly Spragg, Online Editor

April 11, 2019


Filed under OPINION

Life is full of emotions, some good and some bad. The feeling I had during the beginning of something that would change my life forever, wasn’t the best.  It felt like I had taken my seat on a roller coaster but before I could get off or even regret my decision -- the ride took off. The only differe...

A stinky movie visit

A stinky movie visit

Nancy Beston, Photo/Design Editor

April 10, 2019


Filed under OPINION

It’s a Friday night, if you know me that means it’s time for me to collect at least 72 blankets, 16 pillows, and enough food to feed a small army. After I am considered comfortable, I will watch hours and hours of the whatever show I am currently binging. This Friday, I decided to spice it up. My fr...

Everyone has a story

Everyone has a story

Grace Carr, Editor in Chief

April 3, 2019


Filed under What We Believe

Jim Carrey is one of the most famous comedians known today and he is worth one-hundred and fifty million dollars. Oprah Winfrey is an influential talk show host who is worth three billion dollars. Tom Cruise is an extremely successful actor worth five-hundred and seventy million dollars. All three of t...

Mutual Exchange

Mutual Exchange

Kaylebb Stahmer, Staff Writer

April 2, 2019


Filed under What We Believe

I believe in mutual exchange. I believe in the golden rule.  I believe it’s ingrained into a person to act in a way that benefits them, which is what I consider mutual exchange to be. I believe kindness will be met with kindness, turning into a positive cycle anyone can benefit from. I believe in ...

If Peas Could Talk Would You Eat Them?

If Peas Could Talk Would You Eat Them?

Madison McKenzie, Staff Writer

April 1, 2019


Filed under OPINION

If peas could communicate just as animals do, would you eat them? In the article “If Peas Can Talk, Should We Eat Them?”, the author Michael Marder gives facts from research studies stating that peas can communicate to one another, and provide information that better the survival for the species. H...

Believe in faith

Believe in faith

Holly Spragg, Online Editor

February 13, 2019


Filed under What We Believe

A work in progress, that is what my life is. An ever changing series of events. It isn’t over yet and hopefully not for a while. I am a very different person than before, and unrecognizable to some. I changed fast and with power. With everything that has happened, I can only dream of what is to co...

Unopened Boxes

Unopened Boxes

Nancy Beston, Photo/design editor

February 1, 2019


Filed under OPINION

For everyone else it was a normal school day, but for me it was something else. I sit in my zero period class anxiously waiting. I can hear Lowry talk about something. Maybe it was mental health, maybe it was something about the human body. All I could focus on is that the elevator is going up and do...

My name – N – A – N – C – Y

My name – N – A – N – C – Y

Nancy Beston, Photo/design Editor

January 31, 2019


Filed under OPINION

Nancy. N-A-N-C-Y. My name. It’s not creative or interesting. It’s old. It’s my great grandma’s name and my grandma’s name and now. Now, it’s supposedly mine. But can a name really truly be yours? When I’m at family gatherings and any of my relatives say the name Nancy, I’m not the only one to w...

Who I am Today

Who I am Today

Hailey Finch, Outside Writer

January 31, 2019


Filed under What We Believe

I believe that all I ever needed to know, I learned from my brother. We always got along better than other siblings, especially once we were roughly mid-elementary school age. He is two years older than me and has been someone that I have looked to as an example for as long as I can remember. I have ...

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