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Students raise money through Jump Rope for Heart program

Mikey Kahoe and Maggy Messner, Associate Editor and Reporter

January 8, 2020

In Richfield Elementary, lining the walls of the gym are over a dozen banners, each representing a single fundraiser held for the American Heart Association. Soon, the walls of Bath Elementary School will be covered with banners...

Dinner and Show raises money for after prom activites

Rory Wainwright and Chloe Grimm, Associate Editor and Reporter

January 8, 2020

People of all ages file into the dim auditorium while mothers and fathers hold cameras and flowers to congratulate their children when the program ends. Footsteps of participants and crew members echo on the old wood floors as...

Senior founds custom clothing business, releases designer collection

Troy Pierson, Staff Reporter, Editor In Chief

February 27, 2019

The youth of the twenty-first century have witnessed the dawn of a new technological age. With the ability to discover the world at the touch of a button, one can utilize the vast expanse of the internet to learn and develop n...

Senior plays ice hockey for the special needs Cleveland Rockin’ Wildcats

Amanda Nelson, Special Features Editor

May 23, 2018

Senior Jack Ray has played for the Cleveland Rockin’ Wildcats, a special needs hockey team, for a total of nine years.    Jack’s mom, Jackie Ray, explained Jack’s earlier years with hockey. “When we were in Colorado...

Students and staff participate in nationwide walkout to honor victims of gun violence

Troy Pierson, Business Manager

April 23, 2018

March 14 could simply pass as any regular day. A day almost unrecognizable from the blurred conglomeration of the winter and spring seasons leaves one with little desire to consider March 14 a day of significance, especially in terms of nationa...

Students travel to Ethiopia to provide medical services to underprivileged communities

Mikey Kahoe, Staff Reporter

March 22, 2018

In the clinic things are hectic. Outside, hundreds of Ethiopians wait hours for the American doctors to see them. Some even try to sneak in. A man, who looks much different than everyone else, walks in. He has tree man syndrom...

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