Southerner lambasts Midwesterners for ignoring disasters elsewhere

Mckinley Anderson, Editorial Editor

September 22, 2020

   As most of you know, I am from Louisiana. It is home, and it is a very important place to me.    Recently, there were two hurricanes that hit  back to back. I think people should understand how much damage actually resulted...

Senior has foreign penpal

Brylee Huber, Editor-in-Cheif

September 22, 2020

   Not long ago, I found myself bored and in need of conversation. For some reason, I decided that the best place for this was a pen pal page on Reddit.    After a rabbit hole of random conversations, I started talking to...

Student interviews odd future American leader

Seth Jarvis, News Editor

September 21, 2020

   Yes I know, I was very surprised that I was able to get this interview. “Why would a Presidential candidate want to talk to a high school reporter from a little town in the middle of nowhere?” Well, guys, it seems for so...

Staffer describes isolation

Jacob Dugar, Editor-in-Cheif

September 21, 2020

   Greetings, loyal readers of the best newspaper around! It has certainly been a long time since our last visit. How have you all been?    Me? Well, I had quite the first few weeks of school. I was among the lucky few to ...

Life of feline friend detailed by writer

Brylee Davis, Photographer

September 21, 2020

As many of you know, I absolutely love my cats... more than I love Crispito Day. Also, as many of you know, my cat is a brat. Here is a brutally honest rating of my cat throughout the day.    6:04 A.M: She decided to sit out...

Newsie dreams of her older self, future decendants

Allie Schneider, News Editor

September 21, 2020

I think I’m meant to be an old grandma living in the woods.    I never thought as a young child I would find such joy in the more traditionally feminine things in life, yet here I am. I love to sew, embroider, and cook a lot. ...

Staff members imagine thoughts of previous selves

Mckinley Anderson, Editorial Editor

September 21, 2020

Have you ever though about what your younger self would think about you now? Well, the newspaper staff did just that.    Fifth grade Brylee Davis surprisingly wouldn’t say anything about her cat. She would ask why she is simping ov...

Issue #10: History of Egypt is fascinating

Emmy Furman, Editor-in-Chief

May 13, 2020

School may not be in session right now, but I am here to give you guys another lesson. It is history time, and today I will be teaching you the most interesting facts about Ancient Egypt that they do not tell you in school. When...

Issue #10: Breaking up requires finesse

AJ Lank, Editorial Editor

May 13, 2020

Welcome back to All About Girls with AJ!  Now, today’s topic is one that isn’t quite what most of you may have hoped.  Today, I will be introducing the topic of how to properly break up with someone. Now no one wants...

Issue #10: Being cooped up with family is both good, bad

Zach Garner, News Editor

May 13, 2020

We all know that bring stuck with your family can be hard, but at the same time this is probably the most you have been with them in a long time. So, what are some advantages and disadvantages? The Garners are enjoying this...

Issue #10: Pets can be very beneficial

Caedon Berkenmeier, Sports Editor

May 13, 2020

If you are a fellow dog owner, then lockdown could be a great time to build or strengthen the bond between you and your companion, especially if you are a student with nothing on your schedule or taking up your time. One of...

Issue #10: Procrastination has pros, cons

Mckinley Anderson, Sports Editor

May 13, 2020

Procrastination is one of high schoolers biggest struggles today. Procrastination means waiting to the last minute to do something. Some people do better under pressure, so if they wait to the last minute, it’s okay. Others...