Kicking For Equality

Allie Pickert, Writer

March 6, 2018

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Sports are a big part of many people's lives. People play sports to keep their bodies healthy. Kids can go to college nearly or completely free by playing a sport well. Men and women can make money playing these sports professionally....

Whom Do You Blame?

Skylar Tarkington, Editor

March 2, 2018

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It's sad that I even have to write about this but, school shootings have been happening more and more frequently. Recently, there was the Florida school shooting on February 14th. A former student who had been expelled from Stoneman...

It’s a Big World

Nolan Hovis, Editor

January 29, 2018

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There once was a carrot farmer. He lived about five miles outside of Clydesdale, a small town with lots of big people in it. He lived alone and he has never left his farm, unless he was going to Clydesdale. He had no friends,...

The Beauty of Capitalism

Nolan Hovis, Editor

December 19, 2017

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Lately there's been a rave and an irrational fear of the internet coming to an end, but why? The repeal of the Net Neutrality law is why. People have been ranting and raving all over Twitter, saying things like, "Goodbye internet...

Spread Your Wings

Skylar Tarkington, Editor

December 18, 2017

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The seniors last first semester is coming to an end. Most of us have applied to college or have decided what we may do after we graduate. Many of the seniors have decided to stay in Fredericktown or at least locally. There are...

Don’t Stress Yourself Out

Melissa Wulfert, Writer

December 18, 2017

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Picture this: you're sitting in class as your teacher explains your fiftieth project you have that’s due next week. Easy to picture, right? It's probably happened at least once or twice—or maybe twenty times since you've...

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