Minecraft is for everyone: opinions, benefits

Jacob Dugar, Editorials Editor

November 5, 2019

   When  common non-gamers think about Minecraft, they picture a young child building dirt huts and screaming, but I’m here to set the record straight.    This is a game for all. After all, it is rated everybody 10 and u...

Media presenting more vulgar, offensive material

Brylee Huber, News Editor

November 5, 2019

   There have always been controversial topics in the media, but has it gotten even more vulgar?    In 2018, Sandy Hook elementary, the site of one of the worst school shootings in US history, came out with a commercial about g...

Student shares his insight on remaining level-headed

Zachary Garner, News Editor

November 5, 2019

   How important is keeping your cool? When can your cool be taken away and pushed too far? That’s what I want to figure out.    I always feel that some people are always calm and collected, but if you push the right buttons, they can snap...

Songs get vibe-checked

Allie Schneider, Entertainment Editor

November 5, 2019

   Welcome to this issue’s music review/recommendations. We have a lot to get to, so let’s jump right into it, my bros.    Our first song is called “Choke” by I DON’T KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME. This song starts off very attent...

Staffer runs her ‘Big Mouth’

Emmy Furman, Editor in Chief

November 5, 2019

   “Who’s Big Mouth?” asked Mrs. Loucks. Well, the new season of “Big Mouth” is out, and you already know I watched the entire season in one weekend.    We can all agree that the second season of the show was th...

Roman traditions amusing to study

Seth Jarvis, Editor in Chief

November 5, 2019

   Ancient Rome is a truly fascinating society. This dead nation formed the base of western society today. On top of this, they had many interesting traditions.    One of my favorite rituals they had is the holiday of Saturnal...

Staffer experiences blindness

Delani Nichols, Ad Manager

November 5, 2019

   The time is 9:49, Sept. 11, 2019. I, Delani Paige Marie Nichols, am at the eye doctor.    Up until now I assumed it was a usual eye doctor appointment for me. I’d show up, do some tests, they tell me my vision is worse...

Removing Mondays could benefit everyone; obstacles can be solvable

Caedon Berkenmeier, Sports Editor

November 5, 2019

   Have you ever needed that extra day off of school? Time away from education could benefit students in many ways.    Mondays would be a great day to exclude from the schedule. This would include all school systems except daycar...

Under-appreciated sport’s rules explained

AJ Lank, Editorial Editor

October 16, 2019

   In a state where there is hardly any ice, most of us don’t appreciate the intricate sport that is hockey.    Here are some of the rules and regulations as well as some interesting facts that might begin your love of hockey. ...

Senior recalls extremely eventful, busy vacation

Zachary Garner, News Editor

October 15, 2019

   Oh, summer; how we always look forward to you and hate when you leave. However, we love the act of thinking back on all of the glorious things we were able to do in the short time given. So, I hope everyone is prepared to...

Past FACS teacher lambasts journalism staffers

Kayla Taylor, 2018-2019 FACS teacher

October 15, 2019

Dear Editor of Cat Tracks,    I was pleased to see an opinion piece featured on the front page of last year’s paper on the topic of life preparation. Pointing out students’ needs and feelings on this topic is a great conversation...

Junior reveals cursed comments within ‘Publications Cave’

Seth Jarvis, Editor in Chief

October 15, 2019

I have been on the newspaper staff for about a year now. This year we had seven veterans return to the staff of the newspaper. It is definitely an odd, chaotic group.    This year, we had five newbies join us. It seems these people have ...

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