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My Parents: My Best Friends

My Parents: My Best Friends

Ashli Key, Junior Writer

May 2, 2018

To my two everlasting best friends, Wow, where has time gone? Life seems to be flying by as if yesterday I were a little girl; however, now I have one more year and my life begins without you guys being by my side.  When I was little, I never realized why people always said to treat your parents ...

My Work Experiences

Kelsey Wise, Junior Writer

April 23, 2018

Why did I want a job? Why do I work at age 17 when I have my whole life to work? I get asked those two questions all the time by friends and family. I do understand that I am a teenager and that a teenager isn’t supposed to stress so much and have the burden of work on their hands. Work, however, ...

An Open Letter to the Girl With A Broken Heart

An Open Letter to the Girl With A Broken Heart

Ashli Key, Junior Writer

April 17, 2018

Dear Beautiful Girl, I know you feel as if your world is falling apart. I know you’re at a loss of words because nothing you say or think will take this pain away. I know you feel as if you lost the one person you could count on being there for you. I know how it feels and I’m sorry. I’m sor...

Should We Keep Libraries?

Should We Keep Libraries?

Brannyn Spencer, Junior Writer

April 16, 2018

As technology improves, many people have quit using local libraries. Many would rather sit at home reading off a cellular device than to go check out a book at the library. Some ask if we should even continue to have libraries. I believe libraries have a positive impact on communities, and we should c...

The Truth About Gun Control

The Truth About Gun Control

Kaleb Lewellen, Sophomore Writer

April 16, 2018

Safety is and has always been a driving priority among many people whether it be highly advanced scientific minds, or the common, everyday person. Many of us see our safety as the first priority. This is closely followed by the safety of those we love. Throughout history, violence has been evidently pre...

School Uniforms: Self-Expression or Bullying?

School Uniforms: Self-Expression or Bullying?

Ashli Key, Junior Writer

April 11, 2018

When anyone brings up this issue about school uniforms, she doesn’t know the correct answer. Anyone can understand that some schools have uniforms and some follow a dress code. Many different views get thrown around, but none of them are wrong. After I have considered both sides, I agree with each of them, b...

Should Immigrants be U.S. Citizens?

Should Immigrants be U.S. Citizens?

Brannyn Spencer, Junior Writer

April 11, 2018

The topic of immigration is one of the most controversial subjects today in America. The two sides, supporting and disliking illegal immigrants, has grown stronger over the past few years due to Donald Trump’s ideas and opinions. I personally believe that immigration has caused our nation to become...

To the One Who Created My Darkness

Josie Woolever, Junior Writer

April 9, 2018

To the One Who Created My Darkness,   You may not realize what you had done at the time, you were quite young, but what you placed on me wasn’t easy for me to handle. Looking back on it now, I’d say it was a blessing in disguise. If it weren’t for that particular hard time, I probably...

Harry Potter at a Glance

Harry Potter at a Glance

Hannah Young, Sophomore Writer

February 14, 2018

Growing up I was always an avid reader. Unlike many of my peers, I actually enjoyed to read. I would read a book from any genre ranging from romance to science fiction to determine which I liked the best. However, as soon as I picked up Harry Potter for the first time, I knew I would be hooked on fantas...

To The One Who Never Said Goodbye

Josie Woolever, Junior Writer

February 4, 2018

To The One Who Never Said Goodbye,   I don’t know if you realize it or not but you went about this all completely wrong. You shouldn’t have left things the way you did. You thought not saying goodbye would make things all easier, but it didn’t if anything it made things worse.  ...

New Years “Failed” Resolution

New Years “Failed” Resolution

Dixon Collins, Junior Writer

January 25, 2018

“I’m going on a diet January 1st”        Many people around the world come up with many different resolutions each year. Although resolutions are set, they are not always accomplished. According to huffingtonpost.com, only eight percent of people actually keep their New Year’s resolutions...

“Homeless”

“Homeless”

Josie Woolever, Junior Writer

January 24, 2018

Anna Quindlen, author of “Homeless,” does an extraordinary job getting the point across that we as people need to stop being so stereotypical and categorizing the homeless. Quindlen mentions how we would be so much better off if we treated everyone the same. Everyone always jumps to conclusions ...

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