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My First Tattoo

My First Tattoo

Annie Daily, Senior Writer

February 7, 2019


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February second was my eighteenth birthday, so as many do, I decided that I wanted to get a tattoo. I didn’t decide to do this on a whim; I’d been thinking about getting this tattoo for about a year and a half. For quite a while I knew that this was something I wanted to do on my eighteenth birthday...

A Weird Experience

A Weird Experience

Alex Myers, Senior Writer

February 6, 2019


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When I was young, my father hunted deer, and with that venison we would make tubes of dehydrated links, basically jerky links. We never marinated them in a lot of sauces because we didn’t know which ones to use. This winter my mom, my dad, and I were at Sam’s Club when my father bought a slab of...

A Story Beyond the Limits

A Story Beyond the Limits

Ashli Key, Senior Editor

February 6, 2019


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When I look at my life, I normally start to overthink my work ethic and my ability to achieve certain goals, accomplishments, or qualities. I go about my day in the way of thinking that others live as the way I do. I never think of what others may be struggling with in different areas that I have nev...

February 2019 Playlist

February 2019 Playlist

Annie Daily, Senior Writer

January 31, 2019


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In October I made a playlist for people who don’t particularly like mainstream music or are just tired of it and want to listen to something new. People seemed to like it, so here is my playlist for February of 2019. These are just some songs I’ve been listening to lately and would recommend. The...

Winter Driving Reflection

Winter Driving Reflection

Lauren Hileman, Junior Writer

January 30, 2019


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Jan 28, 2019, was an interesting morning for me, and I’m sure it was the same for many others around the surrounding area. Monday morning, as the time was ticking down as school was about to start in some time, I was about to drive into Walton on 218 when I started to slide on the thick ice below my...

To My Future Roommate

To My Future Roommate

Josie Woolever, Senior Editor

January 29, 2019


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To My Future Roommate, We may have not met yet, but I’m really looking forward to meeting you. Everyone always says that you make your lifelong friends in college, and for some I know that to be true and for others not so much. However, I hope that to be the case for us. I can’t wait to meet you...

Losing a cherished pastime

Losing a cherished pastime

Uriah Riemenschneider, Senior editor

January 28, 2019


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Often in our life times we find something that relaxes us, gives us a thrilling feeling, or makes us feel at home! For me that something is baseball. I may not be the best at the sport, but my passion for the sport has never diminished. I have played as long as I can remember! From the time I was in litt...

The horror of family functions!

The horror of family functions!

Brooklynn Fye, Senior Writer

January 18, 2019


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All high school students go through the same thing at every family function. With the end of our first semester finished, the plans of our future are slowly being questioned by everyone we know. Everybody knows what to expect walking through the door at a family function, especially when wearing ripped ...

Ready…Set…Read!

Ready…Set…Read!

Lauren Hileman, Junior Writer

January 18, 2019


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In every school in every state, little kids of every grade level are reading. I can remember the little paper books with pronounceable words and adorable characters that many of us could relate with that we read in the early years. I can also remember my mom, my sister, and myself reading at bedtime. ...

A Birthday to Remember

A Birthday to Remember

Ashli Key, Senior Editor

January 17, 2019


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When people think of ice skating, some may immediately think that they can never accomplish the task. They think it could be a breathtaking experience; however, they know in the back of their minds that they may fall quite a bit which can be very deceiving. Why go do something that you know may cause you to ...

Days and Time

Days and Time

Kelsey Wise, Senior Writer

January 10, 2019


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The days of the week are stereotyped by many, including myself. Monday’s are said to be the most dreadful days of the week. Monday’s bring the eventful weekend to an end and students are forced to go to school and adults attend work. Tuesday is another dreadful day that is looked as a stepping st...

My Workplace

My Workplace

Kelsey Wise, Senior Writer

December 12, 2018


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As a worker of Arby’s, I deal with many people every day I go into work. I take their orders and sometimes I even make small talk with our customers talking about the weather or how good our food is. Some people that come in to order food are very patient, talkative, and respectful; however, some p...

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