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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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Ask Adams

April 16, 2019

Ask Adams         Do you believe that A.I. will take over the planet in place of real human intelligence?       It’s only a guess, but I hope SOME things will be given over to reliable machines to decide, since far too often, the “Natural Stupidity” of humans has proven all too fallible.   Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) […]

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Ask Adams

March 13, 2019

Ask Adams By Richard Adams 1.How would you define “love”? How would I define love? The Greeks thought there was not just one kind of “love.” I mean, you “love chocolate” and you “love your parents” and clearly those are not quite the same kinds of “love”. So, they came up with different words for […]

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Ask Adams

January 10, 2019

Ask Adams What’s the difference between a mole and a birthmark? “Mole” is a Latin word that means “a heap”.  The small animal that burrows under your lawn and leaves heaps of dirt around their entry holes are called “moles”.   A breakwater, a pile of rocks blocking big waves at a harbor, is also sometimes […]

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The Cars We Own

January 10, 2019

The Cars we Own Saraiah Bessey and Brittany Violette When driving into the school parking lot you see all kinds of vehicles: big trucks,  small trucks, the real life “Hillbillies,” and the little sporty cars. The city folk, and the fancy borrowed cars. What’s the stories behind these cars? For Karly Granas (11), her car […]

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Car of the Month

November 7, 2018

By Sam Langeliers The Car of the Month belongs to Ethan Litson. What model and year is your car? “It’s a Chrysler 300m, and its year is 1999.” How Long have you owned your car? “About three months.” Where did you get your car from? “A private seller.” For how much? “That’s something I would […]

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Ask Adams

November 6, 2018

Is water wet? I know this sounds like a nonsense question, but the answer to this is “sometimes”.  We have everyday feelings about the word “wet” but what it really means is that one substance will adhere to another. So, water is wet, in that it will stick to your skin, but it is NOT […]

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AP History Debate

November 1, 2018

The Loyalists of AP History react to a demand for Independence by the Patriots in a mock debate in the colonies over demands for independence from the Mother Country, England

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Homecoming Dance

November 1, 2018

Homecoming Dance was hopping  as  students  showed  up early and got busy sashaying to the beat in this ancient ritual of high school celebration.

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