Famed dictator once ruled Louisiana

Seth Jarvis, Editorial Editor

February 21, 2019

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What if I told you there once was a dictator in the United States? That may sound insane to you, but America did once have a dictator. This man was Huey Long and he ruled the state of Louisiana in the 1930s.    Huey Long was b...

Junior collects opinions on chapstick debate, gets lippy

Delani Nichols, Entertainment Editor

January 29, 2019

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     Chapstick, why do we need it? According to my good pal Google, it provides an occlusive layer on your lips to help seal in moisture. This is especially helpful in the cold, harsh times of winter.    There are so ...

Staffer explores concepts of love

Daniel Gifford, Editor-in-Chief

January 29, 2019

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Emotion, like waves of an ocean, Causes commotion, all around. Emotion, like piles of notions, Can be hard, to walk around. Emotion, like a love potion, Can make us, act strange around. Emotion, like strong devotion, Comm...

Cats make best house pets

Allie Schneider

January 29, 2019

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Cats, they are the best animals by my personal opinion. I don’t understand at all why people have to hate on them all of the time.    These amazing animals are anything but evil or satanic.    How did cats association w...

Dogs rule domestic animals

Abby Finlayson, Ad Manager

January 29, 2019

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  Let’s play a quick guessing game. I’m thinking of an animal. This creature has very soft fur and an amazing personality. This animal is the BEST pet. Yeah, I’m talking about a dog.    The only thing I know for a f...

Newspaper mostly wins at goal-setting

AJ Lank, Sports Editor

January 29, 2019

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How many of you have a new year’s resolution? How many of you have already failed?    Well, here in newspaper we know how to actually keep a one. We strive to accomplish the tasks that we say we are going to do.    Ta...

Vaccines do save lives

Haley Haines, News Editor

January 29, 2019

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There are thousands of people all over the world who believe vaccinating is fake or dangerous and should not be allowed. I’m going to give you several reasons as to why you most definitely should.    What is a vaccine you might ask?...

Staffer struggles to find topic

Dakota Jesse, Editor-in-Cheif

January 29, 2019

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Anyone reading this is probably fascinated about what I do with my life. Well, in case you were wondering, right now I have no clue what I want to write about.    As the fifth issue rolls around, I am struggling to find an idea fo...

Was British princess killed by royal family?

Abby Finlayson, Ad Manager

January 8, 2019

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This issue there was a story about conspiracy theories. One of them produced a spark in my mind, so I’m going to further prove how this could be true.    Princess Diana’s death was planned by the royal family. There is ...

Students are stressed, overworked, depressed

Emmy Furman, News Editor

January 8, 2019

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Students spend seven or more hours at school every day. If a students competes in sports or  stars in the school play, these hours grow even larger.    Some students bounce between school, practice, and night classes through Al...

Should teachers be rated on in-school performance?

Zachary Garners, Sports Editor

January 8, 2019

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  High school teachers are always grading us, but what if we were able to grade them?    We are constantly being watched by our teachers, and they judge everything we do. I feel times have changed, and we need to make a stan...

Send us all home: poem about life

Daniel Gifford, Editor-in-Cheif

January 8, 2019

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How do we overcome? Why do we run? Life isn’t always very fun-- So, send me home. How do we return home? Why don’t we run? Life isn’t always simple-- So, take me back. How do we just go back? Why don’t we rest? Life ...

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