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Don’t let the flu get to you

Kaylee Call, Staff Writer

November 14, 2017

The leaves are changing colors, the weather is getting colder and the holidays are right around the corner. There are a lot of great things to look forward to this time of year, but the one thing I always dread the most is… f...

Your Next Election

Maxwell Plummer, Staff Writer

November 7, 2017

When asked about the election, most people’s first thoughts go to the 2016 Presidential Election that inspired so much controversy. Many people do not know that elections are happening this year too. In both Herriman and So...

Demographics of the 2016 election

Max Gordon, Sports Editor

January 6, 2017

This years presidential election has shown how divided the U.S. has become. The splits between different demographics and their political views is increasing at an alarming rate. A quick glance at the exit polls from the 2016...

Herriman Hearts of Gold grants the wishes of three individuals

Kamryn Miller, Online Editor

January 6, 2017

One of the most exciting days of the school year is the Opening Heart’s of Gold assembly. Especially because this is when the student body finds out what the charity we will be supporting. Featured in this year’s assembly were ...

JSD bond approved

Linda Derhak, Co-Editor-in-Chief

January 6, 2017

This year, Herriman High opened its doors to 2,700 students, and built eight portables. Nov. 8, 2016, Utah voters approved the Jordan School District bond of $245 million. This is a direct response to the overcrowdedness of s...

President-elect Donald Trump’s 100 day plan

Burke Riding, Feature Editor

January 6, 2017

After winning the popular vote in 30 states and one of Maine’s two congressional districts, President-elect Donald Trump has revealed  some of his big plans for his first hundred days in office. He laid out a formal plan, “D...

Sterling Scholars rise to the top

Ellie Seamons, Op/Ed Editor

January 6, 2017

The Sterling Scholar Program is a program developed by The Deseret News and KSL Broadcast group that focuses on recognizing high school seniors with outstanding scholastic achievement and community contribution by awarding schola...

The Electoral College explained

Hannah Porter, Co-Editor-in-Chief

January 6, 2017

The Electoral College is a process (not a place) that the founding fathers put in place to give the voting and election of the future President a safeguard in case the people, which is us, choose someone that could negatively a...

Braving the snowy Utah roads

Kamryn Miller, Online Editor

January 6, 2017

Living in Utah requires patience with the ever changing weather. As winter nears we are just waiting for the snow to fall. Snowfall means driving in the snow which can be very dangerous. Here are tips to stay safe on snowy, icy...

License no longer required to teach in Utah

Ellie Seamons, OP/ED Editor

November 1, 2016

Lawmakers decided on no longer requiring teachers in Utah to hold a teaching license. This decision has sparked many conversations among Utah households, and was put into effect on August 7, 2016 . The necessity for this decisi...

How to vote: a guide

Ashley Ricks, Staff Writer

November 1, 2016

The Founding Fathers dreamed that this government would be run by the people for the people.  They wanted people to have the right to vote, and take this given freedom seriously.  The founders of this nation wanted youth to have a say in t...

Presidential Candidate Agendas

Megan Edwards, Online Editor

November 1, 2016

Donald Trump is the endorsed Republican candidate for the 2016 Presidential election. Trump says he wants to stimulate the economy by creating a new tax. Companies often manufacture things out of the country, and then bring ...