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Aspects of the open road cause some teens to steer away from driving

Aspects of the open road cause some teens to steer away from driving

Do teens feel prepared to drive with the changing weather conditions? Do they feel mature enough to handle the responsibility of driving, with so many lives at stake? Many teens feel like the answer is...

Millie the Therapy Dog treats Titans to smiles

Millie the Therapy Dog treats Titans to smiles

Millie is a 7-year-old Golden Doodle owned by social studies teacher Mr. Raymond Keller and his family. Rather than have Millie lie around all day at home while Mr. Keller was at school, the family decided...

Team managers Taylor Parrack, 10th, and Rebekka Dang, 12th, join Coach Katie Tarman on the sidelines

Student managers get to know teams on a different level

Greysen Harris, Peyton Bradshaw, and Owen Skogerboe November 20, 2023

One thing many sports have in common is the need for a manager. Managers do anything from helping with warm-ups to cheering on their teammates from the sidelines, but what is it like being a manager?  Senior...

Freshman Wing impacts four-year journey

Freshman Wing impacts four-year journey

It's been four years since the opening of the Freshman Wing, and now every grade has gotten a feel of what it's like. Both teachers and students shed light on pros and cons of having a separate space for...

Students file back into the school building after an Aug. 16 fire drill. Going with the flow isnt easy for students with hidden disabilities.

Students with disabilities and impairments speak up about hallway struggles

Jax Poole and Iliana Vega November 15, 2023

The bell sounds, and the conglomerate of students pours out into the halls. The students trudge along, loitering and wandering aimlessly. Most students can make it to their next class quickly, but students...

Allie Grow positions herself to learn in the 2022 inaugural season of Girls Wrestling. Grow will return to the team this year as a captain.

Girls wrestling warms up for a new season

Jackie Trout, TT Cooper, Gabby Leahy, and Kenna Hixson November 13, 2023

The girls wrestling team is preparing for its upcoming season. As the season approaches, the athletes have been reflecting on their last season and what’s changing as the new one draws near.  With...

No bull, that’s my grandpa

Hannah Kastrup, J1 student November 12, 2023

Watusi: What does the word Watusi mean to you? For me it reminds me of my Grandpa, Lee Meyer, who got pulled over with his giant Watusi bull named Howdy Duty in Norfolk, Nebraska. Most kids my age wonder...

Senior Riley Tuzzio, who has a vision impairment, uses the elevator to reach upstairs classes.

Blind to our halls

Riley Tuzzio, J1 Student November 8, 2023

Walking through the halls is something that everyone does throughout their day at school. For me and other students who suffer from disabilities and impairments though, it’s much more difficult for us...

Students step up to help peers weather the winter woes

Students step up to help peers weather the winter woes

Kaiya Sharipe, Ally Fan, and Jack Ewald November 8, 2023

Many high school teens experience mental health issues that affect their day-to-day life. In fact, 1 in 5 teenagers in the U.S. have had a serious mental illness in their life, according to the CDC. Many...

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EDITORIAL CARTOON: SSSniperwolf Controversy

Jackson Vallier, J1 student November 3, 2023

Forbes Breaking News: YouTube Temporarily Demonetizes SSSniperWolf After Doxxing Controversy  

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