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Player feels at home with family on the field

Stephani Whisenant May 2, 2012

The pitcher is in the zone - strike one, strike two, then the crack of the bat as the ball bounces across the infield toward the shortstop. The shortstop makes the grab and fires, off-balanced, toward...

Zumba brings fun to the gym

Stephani Whisenant April 5, 2012

Are you looking for a new workout routine that will make you never want to leave the gym? Zumba, a popular workout routine that incorporates Latin dance moves with a core workout, is gaining popularity...

Hunger Games leaves fans craving more

Stephani Whisenant February 21, 2012

“May the odds be ever in your favor.” These may just be words to some people, but to dedicated Hunger Games fans, these words are the start to a new chapter of teen reading. If you haven’t heard...

Family overcrowded, under inspection

Stephani Whisenant January 30, 2012

There’s Joshua, Jana, John-David, Jill, Jessa, Jinger, Joseph, Josiah, Joy-Anna, Jedidiah (poor child), Jeremiah, Jason, James, Justin, Jackson (the cutest), Johannah, Jennifer, Jordyn, and Josie. The...

Helping students find inner beauty

Stephani Whisenant January 18, 2012

Do you ever have those days when you wake up, look in the mirror and want to cry? Maybe your hair is a little frizzy, you’re breaking out, or you’ve got dark circles under your eyes from staying up...

Teacher mixes wit into curriculum

Stephani Whisenant December 7, 2011

Begin with a base of vocabulary, grammar and literature. Throw in a touch of dry wit, a dollop of hard work and bake...for 9,405 minutes. The result? Department Chair Lisa Prejean’s English classes....

Volleyball teams heads to the playoffs

Stephani Whisenant October 31, 2011

The volleyball team won their playoff warm-up match at Elgin Friday by beating Elgin 25-21, 15-25, 25-23, 26-24. The Vikings were led by Reagan Boenker with 11 kills and Jessica Pfeffer with 8. Brittany...

In the name of duty; student marches through life long barriers

Stephani Whisenant October 21, 2011

Memorizing calls, mastering push-ups and perfecting flag showings are difficult tasks that take dedication from all members of the JROTC (Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps). For junior Kevin Sellers,...

William vs. Harry, who is the real prince charming?

Stephani Whisenant October 20, 2011

When it comes to royal masculinity, there are two princes who continue to sweep the world off their feet. Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Prince Harry of Wales are two royals who have recently...

Teacher steps out of the classroom, gets involved in student life

Stephani Whisenant October 12, 2011

While some subjects are more theoretical, others are designed for specific professions. Graphic Design teacher Ted Vaughan teaches one of these courses. Vaughan has been teaching architectural design...

Student learns life lessons through volleyball

Stephani Whisenant September 21, 2011

Determination is an important value on and off the court, and one student who possesses that ability is senior volleyball player Alyssa Micheletti. Micheletti has been on the volleyball team since her...

Deathly Hallows makes magic at the theatre

Stephani Whisenant August 25, 2011

While some people were jumping into bed at 10PM, many others across the world were in their seats at a local theatre awaiting the end of an era. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, the final installment...

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