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If web browsers were countries

Ethan Ancell, Staff Writer

November 14, 2017

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So many of us are constantly looking up all sorts of information on the internet. It’s all around us and penetrates every aspect of our life. The very program that gives you access to this all seeing power (the internet) is ...

Winter bucket list ideas

Morgan Beckstead and Ivy Kelsch

November 14, 2017

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Having trouble being lazy, make a bucket list and do something about it. Dont sit on your lazy rear end. Get to work! Here are some ideas on how to make you life more interesting so people want to be around you.   ...

One Republic Concert

Kayla Miller, Staff Writer

October 3, 2017

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Music blasts through the summer air as people of all ages fill empty seats. The beautiful unity a music group brings to so many of us can easily be experienced by going to a local concert. Recently, OneRepublic had a concert in We...

Board games that are actually fun!

Maxwell Plummer, Staff Writer

September 20, 2017

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“Uh, actually I have to go,” you say when that ONE friend says he wants to play Monopoly. When your six-year-old cousin asks to play Sorry,  you silently groan in anticipation of that long, terrible, chance-based game. ...

Netflix movies worth watching

Lindsay Reyes, A&E Editor

September 19, 2017

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It’s Monday night and you’re stuck doing homework. Your hand is cramping from writing, and the words in your textbook are starting to look blurry. It’s time to put off that homework and instead do something much more productive:...

Christmas quiz

Ashley Ricks and Alexa Shields

January 6, 2017

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How much do you really know about Christmas? Take this true or false quiz to find out! President-elect Trump made Thanksgiving one week earlier to extend the Christmas season. T/F White Christmas is the best selling Christm...

Fake moon landing

Nathan Bracken, Staff Writer

January 6, 2017

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When you hear “conspiracy theory,” your first reaction might be to laugh and turn your attention elsewhere. Whether you believe it or not, here is one bizarre conspiracy theory, with some convincing details to go along with it...

Holiday movies

Ivy Kelsch, Staff Writer

January 6, 2017

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Christmas is just around the corner and people want nothing more than to sit down together and watch some holiday classics that are guaranteed to keep everyone entertained.   “Babes in Toyland” (1961): Mary Contr...

Winter skin-care

Hannah Porter, Co-Editor-in-Chief

January 6, 2017

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Since the weather is inevitably getting colder, your skin is most likely going to change with the seasons. Although some people don’t have this problem, there are a few that have something ?called “seasonal skin”. Seasonal s...

Turkey chowder recipe

Ashley Ricks, Staff Writer

January 6, 2017

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Turkey Chowder   With the cold weather, there is nothing better than a warm meal to fill the belly. Here’s an easy, delicious dish to make for the whole family.   6 cups diced russet potatoes 2 cups...

World holidays

Hannah Porter, Co-Editor-in-Chief

January 6, 2017

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Diwali: According to BBC, it is a five-day festival of lights holiday that is celebrated in the fall, Hindus around the world. The cause of celebration is to honor Lakshmi, the wealth god. This holiday is the time for spring-...

Halloween Movies To Watch

Burke Riding, Feature Editor

November 3, 2016

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Halloween just wouldn’t be the same without those creepy, classic movies that scare you senseless. Horror and Halloween go together so well, and scary movies have been around forever. Here are six classic favorites that will...

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