Mrs. Beck Bids Farewell

June 12, 2019

Mrs. Beck bids Farewell by Natalie Mann and Kenzie Litson It has been a long road from Homecoming Queen to patient Assistant to Mrs. Duchateau. But for Judy Beck she will be travelling off that road after twenty years helping kids succeed in school and …she is eager to retire! What follows is an interview […]

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Sweeps Down the Plains

June 12, 2019

Sweeps Down The Plains by Sam Langeliers Sweeping down the plains, PHHS students ripped and roared their way through a sparkling and hilarious production of Oklahoma! This May the Pleasant Hill Community Theater had a hard-working cast which managed to pull the acting/dancing/singing production off without a hitch. Well, maybe a few hitches, but the […]

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The Person Behind the Mighty Angus: A look into Tiffany Moran’s Life and Therapy Dog

June 12, 2019

The person behind Mighty Angus: A Look into Tiffany Moran’s Life and Therapy Dogs By Bella Dragovich Most likely you’ve seen him around. Many would say he looks like a big black bear. But he is a therapy dog, helping those who need some comfort. Who is he? Mighty Angus. But before we go into […]

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AirPods Make you Cool

June 12, 2019

AirPods Make You Cool by Hunter Allen Everyday when you walk in the halls, you see people wearing airpods. You think to yourself, ‘Wow, they are so cool. I wish I was as cool as them.’ When in reality the person wearing them goes, ‘Why did I buy these? They are smaller and much easier […]

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Students Deal with Injuries

June 12, 2019

Students deal with injuries by Shyanne Fenley What percent of students do you think GET INJURED during sports? Fifty percent? Maybe 75 percent? Nope, 90 percent of athletes get hurt playing a sport. There is no logical way to stop ALL THE INJURIES during sports, without making sports way too regulated. Sports for most people […]

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Did you know that Learning another Language Actually Makes you Smarter?

June 12, 2019

Did you know that learning another language actually makes you smarter? by Jarek Jeffs   If you think about it, you have to know the words, pronunciation, and learn to listen better to other people when learning another language. All of these things take a lot of work. According to DIY genius.“We need to acquire […]

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What Does it Take to be an Officer?

June 12, 2019

What does it take to be an officer? by Vaun Halstead One of the preferred professions of students is working for law enforcement. So, what does it take to be a police officer?  Well if you have a high school diploma, then most police officers will accept you as an officer trainee As time moves […]

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Molds Fail: Why are Seating Charts Created with One?

June 12, 2019

Molds Fail: Why are seating charts created with one? By Camille Hicks Interested student = a student who is respectful and gets good grades. Disruptive student = Disruptive students don’t really seem to care about school. Getting good grades and being a good student in general is not easy. Usually, it’s not for the reasons […]

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Track & Field Soars!

June 7, 2019

Track & Field Soars by Erik Hoberg Senior Dylan Hopper caps off his high school career as the 3A State champion in the pole vault. Dylan cleared 14-00 to win the title. While a ferociously fast Alicia DuChateau became the State Champion (100M) 12.91 with a late burst.   Other State participants: Stella Hucka, Kaylee […]

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Ask Adams

June 7, 2019

Ask Adams By Richard Adams What existed before the Big Bang?    That’s something that is logically not possible to answer.  How about, “How long is a piece of string? How long is forever?  Or what were you thinking before you were born? What color was the Sun before it existed?   How accurate were the clocks […]

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