Awareness

Awareness

September 14, 2019

The Light of Our Lives

The Light of Our Lives

September 6, 2019

How to Drive

Molly Sikes, Editor

March 25, 2019

Operating a vehicle is easy. Any sixteen year old can go in and pass his driving test with flying colors. This does not necessarily mean that everyone can drive well. On a daily basis, as I am driving to any destination, I see count...

The Domino’s Effect

Easton Elrod, Editor

February 8, 2019

Recently, local pizzeria Domino's Pizza ran a promotion (aptly named "Dough Raiser") in which 20% of all sales that day were donated towards Project Graduation 2019. The "Dough Raiser" ended up raising over $400 for the event. This...

(Not So) Sweet Victory

(Not So) Sweet Victory

February 7, 2019

The Discipline Discussion

The Discipline Discussion

October 11, 2018

Don’t Stress

Melissa Wulfert, Writer

September 11, 2018

High school is a very intimidating and stressful time for some students. You’re either just starting, trying to find your way around the new school, having homework every night, getting pushed to apply for college, or signin...

Stay Cool and Eat Ice Cream

Allie Pickert, Writer

May 3, 2018

The nice spring weather is starting to heat up towards a sweltering summer, and everybody's looking for a way to stay cool and have fun in the sun. Some people love to swim in glistening waters while some people prefer to just...

Kicking For Equality

Allie Pickert, Writer

March 6, 2018

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

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

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

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...

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