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Papio South pitches in to help Elkhorn Tornado recovery
Mia Holmes, Staff Reporter • May 21, 2024

The tornadoes that went through Elkhorn on April 24th, affected over 80 families...

Purple Star points to unique student needs
Purple Star points to unique student needs
Giuli DeBonis, Dillon Sedgeman, Audrey Wheeler, and Violet Larsen May 21, 2024

Since 2017, The Purple Star School Committee has been trying to help military...

As school year ends, a new pass system starts
As school year ends, a new pass system starts
Aubrey Degerness, Destiny Marquez, and Berkley Bitzes May 21, 2024

Assistant Principal Brent Gehring unveiled plans for a new online pass system...

Rome Bridger, 12th, takes selfie of herself with close friends.
Titan track team chases titles
Parker Hylok, Staff Reporter • May 8, 2024

Returning from a girls State Championship and a boys top-10 finish, Titan track...

John Fiedler, Caden Miser, Xavier Mallow, 12th, pose for picture.
Seniors face final competition as Titans
Parker Hylok, Staff Reporter • April 12, 2024

Every year, Titan athletes have to battle the weight of two options: play their...

Team huddle before the game begins
'Crooked' start to the baseball season
Jackie Trout, Staff Reporter • April 12, 2024

The baseball field recently reopened after getting a major upgrade.The idea...

Bennett Steele awaits his turn to sign.
The future of teaching may be closer than you think
Khadijah Brooks and Daniela Diaz May 21, 2024

Eighteen Papio South students attended and participated National Education Signing Day took place on May 7th. Among those students was senior Bennett Steele, who got his head...

Blueraven swoops onto music scene
Blueraven swoops onto music scene
Maddox Allen, Staff Reporter • May 9, 2024

Papio South offers various opportunities and experiences for their kids, but sometimes students take their hobbies into their own hands. That’s what Sam Ramos, Landon Lidgett,...

Group picture at the Yeloviches after a long day of hard work
Show Choir family opens doors
Jackie Trout, Staff Reporter • May 8, 2024

  Each year in April, during the week leading up to Show Choir auditions, the Yeloviches open up their home on Crest Road in Papillion to any students  wanting extra help...

PLHS students Caroline Williams, Vicky Wu, Abby Reilly, and PLSHS students Matisyn Froning and Abigail Bender, all 10th,  pose in front of State Capitol.
Capitol visit invites political thinking
Caitlyn Ybarra, Co-Editor-in-Chief • May 8, 2024
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The Body Politic spreads hope
'The Body Politic' spreads hope
Leia Baxter, Staff Reporter • May 8, 2024

This review analyzes “The Body Politic”, a 2023 documentary about the young...

Group photo with Lydia Farmer,Chef Dan Hoffman
Corvette Cafe is worth the drive
Cale Murphy, Staff Reporter • May 8, 2024

The Corvette Cafe, inside the Gregg Young Chevrolet Dealership at 17750 Burt...

Entrance for Laser Tag
Spare Time is worth some of yours
Cale Murphy, Staff Reporter • April 13, 2024

Spare Time Omaha opened up at 17202 Lakeside Hills Plaza this school year as...

Change of Command in spring of 2022, days before we moved to Nebraska.
Growing up military-style
Sarah Hennessy, J1 student • May 21, 2024

Being a military child, I’ve had to move every two to three years. I’ve...

Good Standing trips up struggling students
Good Standing trips up struggling students
Kinley Harris, Staff Reporter • May 8, 2024

The Good Standing Policy was introduced this school year as a list of qualifications...

A cartoonist take on this years FAFSA delay.
"FAFSA Fiasco"
Lydia Farmer, Editorial Cartoonist • May 8, 2024

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