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School Security

School Security

Chris Clark, Staff

April 12, 2018


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Our schools are becoming targets for violent predators. Unfortunately, mass shootings are becoming a common event. This has led to many heated debates and lots of questions. One of these questions is, what should we do to make our schools safer? This is a common question but it seems that not enough...

Should teachers be able to carry guns?

Should teachers be able to carry guns?

Grant Frederick, Staff

April 11, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Should teachers be allowed to carry guns? Many people have their own opinions on this issue. On debate.org, a website that debates various topics, 54% of people voted yes and 46% of people voted no. So it is a fairly even split on whether or not people think teachers should be able to carry guns. I...

Bump Stock Gun Law

Bump Stock Gun Law

Macey McGhee, Staff

April 11, 2018


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President Trump, many leaders and gun advocates have explained their “want and need” for a ban on devices that allow semi-automatic guns to fire like automatic firearms. A bump stock is an attachment that allows a semi-automatic gun to be used as a fully automatic gun. Semi-automatic guns with the...

Importance of a High School Education

Importance of a High School Education

Seth Stokes, Staff

April 10, 2018


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I think that graduating high school is one of the most important things you can do. Having a high school education makes it so you can either go to college or get a higher position in the workforce. To graduate you need to show up to class, turn all your work in on time and study. If you choose the...

Women’s March

Women’s March

Annie Coleman, Staff

February 13, 2018


Filed under Opinion

The Women’s March was a worldwide protest against the inauguration of Donald Trump. This was on January 21st, 2017, and on this past weekend it was the one year anniversary of the day he got into office and people gathered together again. Besides a protest on the new president, the Women’s March...

Tide Pods

Tide Pods

Natalie Ammon, Staff

February 13, 2018


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A crazy, new fad is of people eating Tide pods. Most people know that this is dangerously bad, but some teenagers and young adults continue to eat the pods and post it online. It all started as a joke, and now the general public is not treating it as one. When someone attempts to eat the pods, most gag...

#MeToo

#MeToo

Alexcia Libert, Staff

February 13, 2018


Filed under Opinion

The Me Too Movement all started more than ten years ago by a black women named Tarana Burke. The 44 year old told Ebony Magazine that she created the campaign as a grass-roots movement to reach sexual assault survivors in underprivileged communities. The Movement was founded in 2006 to help support black...

Shyanne Rendziniak – Career Choice

Shyanne Rendziniak – Career Choice

Shyanne Rendziniak, Staff

February 13, 2018


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Deciding what I wanted to do after high school took a lot of thinking. I went on college tours and picked a couple majors to visit that would help me decide. In early November 2017, I made the decision to go into sonography. Sonography is the analysis of sound using an instrument that produces a graphical...

Christmas Traditions

Christmas Traditions

Maddie Freeman, Staff

December 7, 2017


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As the Christmas holiday is quickly approaching, everyone is starting to think about what they want and will be giving others for Christmas. Many families like to celebrate Christmas traditions, my family being one of them. A lot of people around the world celebrate this holiday in all types of way....

New Year’s Resolutions

New Year’s Resolutions

Natalie Ammon, Staff

December 7, 2017


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Every New Year is a fresh start. People try to fix all of their flaws so that they are happier with themselves. To do this people come up with New Year’s resolutions, even though they do not last very long, some people stick to it until the next year and create a new resolution. Now here are a few...

Should we send more service members into Afghanistan?

Should we send more service members into Afghanistan?

Jon Brown, Staff

December 7, 2017


Filed under Opinion

September 11, 2001, our nation was attacked. Two airplanes slammed into the twin towers. The airplanes were hijacked by Al Qaeda terrorists and the attacks lead to the collapse of both twin towers. On this day, the pentagon was also attacked by Al Qaeda terrorists and another plane which was believed...

Climate Change

Climate Change

Annie Coleman, Staff

December 7, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Everyone has been noticing the weird weather that has been going on lately. There has been many disasters and severe weather spreading all across America and it has people looking for answers. Many people believe that this is because of climate change. Climate change is “a change in global or regional...

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