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Chris Stapleton Concert

Chris Stapleton Concert

Kaleb Lewellen, Sophomore Writer

September 13, 2017


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Everybody has wanted to go to a concert at some point. Whether you're into country, rap, pop, or even like yourself a little bit of jazz ,concerts are sure to have something for everybody at any venue no matter the genre. I had the privilege of attending the Chris Stapleton concert this past Satur...

A Safe Victory

A Safe Victory

Mack Appleton, Senior Writer

September 6, 2017


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Last week the APST classes worked on a ramp to go along with the new gate they put in for the football team. The ramp provided a safe way to exit the stadium through the center entrance. This created an energetic, crowd involving entry onto the field, and it made the team have an energetic start to the ...

Calypso and Cersei

Calypso and Cersei

Jordan Henry, Freshman

September 6, 2017


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Imagine, you are sitting in your creaky old house when suddenly you hear a loud BAM! Tap, tap, tap, CRASH! To most people, this would cause a panic. For me, I know that it is just an everyday game of tag for our cats: Calypso and Cersei. Calypso is unlike most other cats, she does some interesting thing...

An Open Letter

An Open Letter

Morgan Miller, Senior Writer

September 4, 2017


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When I heard you were in a car wreck, I panicked. I texted you to see if you were okay- you didn’t answer. I wasn't sure what to think, but then you called me. You were crying and asked if I could pick you up. I dropped everything I had going on for that night because I knew that nothing was as important...

An Open Letter to My Brothers

An Open Letter to My Brothers

Hannah Young, Sophomore Writer

August 31, 2017


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Dear Payton, Nathan, and Mason, First of all, I want to start off with sorry. Looking back now, I’m sorry for always pretending to be hurt and fake crying just to get you in trouble. Man, did that work though. Mom and Dad would always come running to see what you guys did to me, but eventually, th...

Mystery of the Woods

Mystery of the Woods

Kaleb Lewellen, Sophomore Writer

August 30, 2017


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The woods can be scary to think about sometimes. Although in reality, the only difference between the woods in the day and the woods at night is certain animals go to sleep and other ones come out. As human beings though, we like to let our imagination explore and reach new heights. A lot of times wha...

What do we Think?

What do we Think?

Jordan Henry, Freshman

August 28, 2017


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  Everyone knows about the school’s changes, but what do we think about it? For the past week, I have been interviewing people throughout the school on what they think about the new schooling arrangements. I asked from sixth graders to high schoolers questions throughout the day “Do you find the h...

This isn’t Goodbye

This isn’t Goodbye

McKayla Thompson, Sophomore Writer

August 24, 2017


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My sister Savanna is four years older than me, but only three school years older. I’m a sophomore meaning she’s off to college. Savanna is going to IUK for the first year, which means she is staying around. Even though she’s close to home, it feels as if she is already so far away. She hasn’t sta...

Lewis Cass Grad Touches the Sky

Lewis Cass Grad Touches the Sky

McKayla Ramsey and Olivia Salyers, Senior Writers

August 21, 2017


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A former Lewis Cass High School student has reached great  heights when it comes to space exploration. Forrest Hamilton proved that a small school can produce amazing people. Over the years Hamilton’s love for and expertise on all things space has given him the opportunity to work for NASA and even be on...

Technology, the fixing master

Technology, the fixing master

Cole Jolly, Sophomore writer

August 17, 2017


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Levi Giles is a double agent and I chose to do my report on him because I think his job is really cool. The brand of his carrier is called the Geek Squad. He has been doing it for seven years now. He started working as a double agent in 2012. He has a fiance (Jalene) and three children (Lily, Eva, and...

The Dad He Didn’t Have to Be

The Dad He Didn’t Have to Be

Megan Dishon, Junior Writer

August 17, 2017


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As the years go by, people become more appreciative to their family.People become closer  because they lost a loved one in the past or just because they haven’t really noticed how much their family does for them. People’s family changes over the time, causing difficult times with relationships with t...

Nursing, The Healing Queen

Nursing, The Healing Queen

Cole Jolly, Sophomore writer

August 17, 2017


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I chose to do my report on Renee Butler because I respect how she graduated college and is doing what she wants to do. Renee is a registered nurse and she works at the VA hospital. She chose to work at the VA hospital because she went there for her clinicals as a student and she liked it how it was run...

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