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The Impeachment of Donald Trump

Samuel P Miller, Senior Writer

March 3, 2020

Three Presidents that have been impeached in the history of the United States. Only three out of forty-five of our presidents have committed actions so despicable to provoke Congress to take action. Impeachment is rare in our government and deserves to be taken seriously. A President can’t be impeache...

The Flu is Upon us

The Flu is Upon us

Cayl Garland, Senior Writer

February 26, 2020

The flu can kill you! But people don’t look at it that way. This year though, the flu has been a menace to a lot of people, schools, and companies. So many schools had to close down because the flu is so bad this year. I don’t know if it is just a different strand of flu or what, but it is reall...

Warning: Don’t Breathe

Warning: Don’t Breathe

Clara Licklider, Sophomore Writer

January 30, 2020

As I walk down the gloomy halls, I notice a change. Fewer students have been showing up to school lately. I wonder if they’ve been quarantined yet. I can’t help but hear someone cough in the distance and hold my breath. I don’t want to be another victim to the airborne virus. Over the past couple of ...

The March for Life

The March for Life

Cana Jones, Sophomore Writer

January 28, 2020

The thuds of hundreds of thousands of footsteps could be heard on the pavement in Washington D.C. Signs, people, and voices fill up the streets. Tens of thousands of people are pushed tightly up against the metal fences, huddled together to fight the cold. Hands are tightly coiled around the bright, eye-c...

Finals Week is Almost Here

Finals Week is Almost Here

Cana Jones, Sophomore Writer

December 9, 2019

When thinking about Christmas, most people imagine trees, hot cocoa, movies, and spending time with family. That is what I used to think about until high school started. Now, when people talk about Christmas, the thing that comes to my mind first is finals. Sadly, finals begin next week.  As many o...

Red for Ed

Red for Ed

Katelyn Schreckenghaust, Senior Writer

November 27, 2019

Thousands of Indiana teachers gathered on November 19 at the Indiana Statehouse to fight for better pay and other rights. This protest included so many teachers that more than half of the school districts in Indiana were closed that day due to the large number of substitute teachers that would have been n...

Dean Foods Declares Bankruptcy

Dean Foods Declares Bankruptcy

C.J. Burrous, Senior Writer

November 25, 2019

Dean Foods, America’s largest dairy corporation, has officially declared bankruptcy. The announcement came on Tuesday and was quite frankly not a shock to analysts. Americans consistently have been reducing their milk consumption in favor of milk alternatives and water.In the past two decades, American ...

No One Cares Until it’s too Late

No One Cares Until it’s too Late

McKayla Thompson, Senior Writer

November 18, 2019

The Gulf of Mexico is an ocean basin and marginal sea of the Atlantic Ocean largely surrounded by the North American continent, and the Chesapeake Bay is an estuary in the U.S. states of Maryland and Virginia. Looking at their locations, what could these two bodies of water possibly have in common? ...

The First Cancellation

The First Cancellation

Caleb Johnson, Senior Writer

November 14, 2019

The first school cancellation of the year finally happened! Surprisingly, it happened in early November. I recognized the excitement of many of my friends on social media yesterday.  At 11 p.m. on Monday, I received a message about the delay. I set my alarm for 10:15 a.m. and went to sleep. The nex...

Wrapping up Red Ribbon Week

Wrapping up Red Ribbon Week

McKayla Thompson, Senior Writer

November 10, 2019

Red Ribbon had turned out to be a successful week! We ended the week with an exciting pep session. At this pep session several students were dressed in costumes for the fact the pep session took place on Halloween. We used this pep session to present the fundraiser that had taken place all throughout ...

Participating in Red Ribbon

Participating in Red Ribbon

McKayla Thompson, Senior writer

October 23, 2019

October 23rd through October 31st is red ribbon week. This week promotes students to stay drug free and to raise awareness about the different types of drugs and the harm they may cause one’s body. However, schools do several activities throughout the week to make this week a fun learning experience....

Caffeine: The Legal Drug

Caffeine: The Legal Drug

Cana Jones, Sophomore Writer

October 8, 2019

Almost everyone enjoys caffeine throughout the day. It may even be the first thought that pops into someone’s head after he or she is feeling a little tired or sluggish. Coffee, energy drinks, tea, soft drinks, and even some foods like chocolate, all contain this addictive drug. Caffeine is something mos...

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