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As Lupus takes over, Espinoza remains brave

Published: April 16, 2008

Lying in a hospital bed. Nothing to do. Read More »

For Jensen, dancing has become more than just an activity; it has become a way of life

Published: March 12, 2008

Sara Maria Jensen is a dancer. No question about it. To her, dancing is not just something to do after school; it is her life. Read More »...

Langness returns with hopes to play

Published: March 12, 2008

Approved. This was the word junior Danielle Langness had been hoping to hear for the past 2 months. Read More »

Muehling acts, sings in Cats with local theater group

Published: March 12, 2008

She will be taking her last bow soon. Senior Kelly Muehling thinks about this as she runs the eyeliner across her face. She repeats this over and over again until thick stripes are painted across her cheek. Read More »...

Student faces possibility of leaving home behind

Published: March 12, 2008

Sophomore Clayton Buback has a knack for learning. He is an exceptional student who soars in math and science. Read More »...

Bowers saves life by aiding endangered pilot in need of direction

Published: March 12, 2008

In the middle of a December storm, a pilot starts to lose control of his plane. “Cessna Six-Charlie-Alpha, how are you doing?”“Eh. I’m not having a good day here, sir,” the frustrated pilot said.“Cessna Six-Charlie-Alpha turn left heading 0-3-0,” the air traffic controller said.“Yeah, I’m getting some ice on my wings. I guess that...

Lindberg brings authentic brand names to the St. Charles area

Published: March 12, 2008

Located in St Andrews’ shopping center, Jump Street clothing store sits hidden, like a diamond in the rough. Read More »...

Knight guard keeps look out

Published: February 14, 2008

Some people wonder who is in the guard shack when they see that light on inside. His name is Jason Howdeshell. And he is the one keeping our school safe and having fun at the same time. Read More »...

Musician finds passion through performance

Published: February 14, 2008

On Thursday nights, coffee isn't the only thing that draws people into a warm and friendly coffee house on Main Street. Read More »

Dulaney reenacts revolutionary war

Published: February 14, 2008

She’s about to become someone else. Read More »

Student Show Outstanding Ability

Published: December 15, 2007

* Editor's Note: This story was a 2008 Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award Winner. The award honors reporting on issues that reflect Robert F. Kennedy's concerns including human rights, social justice and the power of individual action in the United States and around the world. For more information check out the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights. Joe...

Museum bowls through history

Published: December 13, 2007

St. Louis is known for its baseball, but there’s another sport that St. Louis has a rich history to offer. Read More »