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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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Should College Athletes be Paid? Absolutely!

April 16, 2019

Should College Athletes be Paid? Absolutely! By SF In a normal situation, if you go out and dedicate four years of your life to a job, or a passion that entertains thousands shouldn’t you be paid for it? I personally think of sports as a job. If you are doing this one thing, this sport […]

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8th Graders Disappear

April 16, 2019

  8th Graders disappear By Lorena Albright PHHS has been plagued with a sudden loss of students’…bodies. That’s right numerous reports indicate that the new camoflauge outfits from Cabelas have completely hidden students. “It was crazy, All of my friends were basically floating heads” said Ava Light. The parents have told authorities that students were […]

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New School Supply Lists For the 2019/2020

April 16, 2019

New School Supply Lists For The 2019/2020 By Lena Daniels Pleasant Hill High School is releasing a new school supply list for the 2019/2020 school year with updated supplies to try and improve the student experience at school. The list consists of your basic necessities like paper, pencils, and notebooks but also includes the items […]

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Rebels, Chicken Strips, and Corn Dogs Lead to Happiness

April 16, 2019

Rebels, chicken strips, and corn dogs lead to Happiness By Tyler Bernardo Renowned scientists Dr. Emmett Brown and Dr. Ian Malcolm have made a world changing discovery. While researching teenagers diets, they found, contrary to common sense, that a diet of “Dutch Rebels”, Chicken Strips, and Corn Dogs lead to happiness. According to the study, […]

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