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Unlocking New Doors

Unlocking New Doors

Victoryia Wilkinson August 24, 2022

   The adrenaline hits as you begin to enter the door. Fresh new faces never seen before and maybe even a few familiar ones. At the door being greeted with warm smiles and new awaiting experiences is...

Costly Changes

Costly Changes

Hadley Cotton August 24, 2022

   In Mar. 2022, Missouri’s federal government announced an end to the free lunch relief packet after the 2021-2022 school year, which came as the world emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic. Before...

One Team. One Fight.

One Team. One Fight.

Hadley Cotton May 9, 2022

   Are boot laces tied? Beds made? Zippers closed? Walking with speed and purpose? All these questions run through the minds of seniors David Test and Tyler Young. Both of these students have signed...

Get Red Carpet Ready

Get Red Carpet Ready

Victorya Wilkinson April 30, 2022

   Makeup on, hair done, dress and heels with a handbag in clutch. Hair gelled, suit on, tie knotted, dress shoes slipping on under a pair of freshly pressed dress pants. The glory and popularization...

Sync Up the Times

Sync Up the Times

Jenna Shores April 30, 2022

Reminiscing on old songs from the past four years, the thrill of students being recognized because of the clubs there in, then at the very end, hearing the roar of the crowd while riding the roller coaster...

Photo by Erynn Sly

Just Dance Revolution

Donna Binns, Reporter March 6, 2022

The thirteenth game of the Just Dance series came out on Nov. 4 2021. This continuous production, since the original installment in 2009, has only continued their advancements in making each new chapter...

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Lost Love

Jenna Shores, Reporter March 6, 2022

When you look at Valentine's Day around the world in 2000 and 2022 there are definitely some differences. Sure 22 years have passed but the original intent of the holiday has stayed the same since...

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Sparking New Imagery

Kaiya Lynch, Reporter January 22, 2022

Students take their seats and plug computers into monitors. Pop music plays softly in the background, and the designers open the week’s project in the Adobe Illustrator software as they await further...

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Controversial Literature: Endangering Innocence or Exposing Reality?

Kymon Warman, Reporter January 22, 2022

Check out all books banned by school libraries in the photo gallery above. Northland school libraries traditionally provide a quiet reserve of information, technology, resources and entertainment....

Man of Steel

Connor McLain, Reporter, PhotoJ January 22, 2022

On Feb. 18, 1978, the first Ironman triathlon took place in Oahu, Hawaii. Ever since, the Ironman has spread internationally and is known as one of the hardest races in the world, as racers have 17...

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