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Swimming for Success

Swimming for Success

Ally JohnPress, Reporter

January 23, 2020

The smell of chlorine in the air, shouts from coaches on the sidelines, water splashing up from the pools. After weeks of preparing, both the girls and boys dive and swim teams were named district champions on Jan. 17. Preparing for districts included long workouts after Christmas break to up the t...

Outer Space Inhabitants

Outer Space Inhabitants

Lacie Perry, Reporter

January 21, 2020

Green flashing lights, spinning, flying saucers, all sci-fi indications of extraterrestrial life. But does it exist? Even if it may not be a green entity with an oblong head and big bulging eyes, there could be some kind of intelligent or microbial organisms living in space. While there are very few...

Crafts For Lives

Crafts For Lives

Ruchi Sankolli, Reporter

January 20, 2020

In October of 2019, the continent of Australia broke out in a series of wildfires. Less than a month into the new year, and these wildfires are still raging over many major cities. Trees have been burned to ashes, animals have been displaced, and families have been forced to evacuate.  According...

Leading The Way, Making a Difference

Leading The Way, Making a Difference

Ava Caldwell, Reporter

January 17, 2020

Service project after service project, the Timberwolves for the Environment club continues to take stands in important organizations in their community and world. After their most recent fundraiser of creating recycled bags and wreaths, as well as collecting different money donations, the club raise...

Little Women Movie Review

Little Women Movie Review

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

January 15, 2020

A classic tale demonstrating the importance of family and determination, “Little Women” was first published in 1868 and the book’s popularity was spread through the production of movies and tv-shows, and the publication of multiple sequels by author Louisa May Alcott. Now, more than 150 years later,...

A 25-Year Franchise: “Jumanji: The Next Level”

A 25-Year Franchise: “Jumanji: The Next Level”

Kaley Johnson, Reporter

January 14, 2020

A story we all know and love, the original picture book, “Jumanji,” was released in 1981 by writer and illustrator Chris Van Allsburg. Eleven years later followed the very first “Jumanji” movie which, while based on the original story and its characters, also included added characters and plot point...

Dance to Your Own Beat

Dance to Your Own Beat

Ally JohnPress, Reporter

January 8, 2020

Blasting music, tasty food and friends all around - the combination for the perfect school dance. But there’s a catch. Everyone has headphones and it’s completely quiet. This Saturday, from 8 to 11 p.m., the Celebrities are hosting the school’s first silent disco.  The silent disco is one of many fundraisers f...

Would You Rather Do it or See it?

Would You Rather Do it or See it?

Ruchi Sankolli, Reporter

January 3, 2020

In their later years of school, students learn to dissect animals in their biology classes in order to get a closer look at how the body systems of different beings are structured and how they function. For example, when the students are dissecting a heart, they can feel the valves and see the differen...

A Journey’s Impact

A Journey’s Impact

Kieren Garner, Reporter

January 2, 2020

It is usual for high school students to want to spend their free time sleeping in, hanging out with friends, or maybe even binging Netflix. But there are the rare few who want to spend their free time helping others in a completely foreign place. Senior Faith Elliott recently started a project called Project F...

2019 Rewind

2019 Rewind

Kaley Johnson, Reporter

December 31, 2019

With 2019 coming to an end the time has come to look back on it. Both our accomplishments and mistakes are things to remember as they can shape the next year and many to come. Here are eight things that helped shape 2019. Climate Strike Spanning from Sept. 20-27, students across the world cut school in favo...

Getting Inked, The Smart Way

Getting Inked, The Smart Way

Kieren Garner, Reporter

December 30, 2019

Turning 18 is what all teenagers look forward to. The day they can finally leave their adolescence behind and proclaim to the world that they are finally an adult. On their 18th birthday, many want to go and buy their first lottery ticket or open a bank account, but I wanted to sit in a tattoo shop ...

Which Christmas Movie are You?

Which Christmas Movie are You?

Kieren Garner, Reporter

December 24, 2019

  To take this quiz click on the link below.  Which Christmas Movie Are You? 

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