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Coffey finds outlet for musical passion in the violin

April 22, 2017

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When McKay Coffey was little it was common to see him sneaking around his older brother’s violin. And when he would pluck the strings to see how they sounded, it was also common for his brother to get mad. Ever since those days of childish games, Coffey has had a passion for music and the violin.“I always looked up to him,” Coffey said. “He quit when he was in eighth grade and I knew I wan...

Leadership must set high bar for those to come

April 22, 2017

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On Homecoming night, I walked into what use to be the smelly wrestling room and was surprised to see people watching Grease, Read More »

Nichols gets ready for campaign

April 22, 2017

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Imagine planning a statewide political campaign. Now imagine balancing several extracurricular activities, honors classes and a social life on top of that campaign, all during a senior year of high school. Welcome to the life of Ali Nichols. Read More »...

Dalton serves in military while teaching

April 22, 2017

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The phone rings. Chris Dalton picks it up, listens, and sighs. “Is this 100 percent?” “Yes sir.” Read More »

Writing helps Rodgers describe her feelings

April 22, 2017

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She’s done it ever since she was little. Tell stories. Write books. Create characters. It’s become more of a passion for her than a simple hobby that has expanded ever since childhood.“[I’ve been writing] since I was five,” junior Caryn Rodgers said. “It wasn’t serious writing, I started with picture books. I was bored and I really didn’t have anyone to hang out with or anything to do, s...

Shoemake shows individuality

April 22, 2017

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She’s different.This is the thought that runs through her head as she stares at herself in the mirror. Read More »

Welter excels in displaying talent

April 22, 2017

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Sitting in her third grade art class, Allison Welter discovered that she would rather draw her own dinosaur than trace one. So she did. Ever since that moment she knew art was in her future. “My parents know I’m talented,” Welter said. “They’re proud of me because that’s what I have, that’s what I do.” In early Aug., Welter woke up to find that she and 19 other high school students...

Senior’s injury causes

April 22, 2017

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Two seniors. Two boys. Two football players. One sports related injury. Read More »

Mrs. Hill-A passion for triathlons

April 22, 2017

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Some strive to be great dancers, some aspire to be actresses, musicians, or pro athletes, but for Karen Hill, first year Chemistry teacher at North it is the sheer thrill Read More »

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