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Sanazaro creates world’s largest rocking chair off Route 66

March 10, 2009

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Standing at 42-feet, 1-inch tall, weighing 27,500 pounds and made completely of metal, it looms over the tiny country store. It is painted completely white, except for the few words painted in blue across the top. If you look closely you can see "World's Largest Rocking Chair" written on the seat. Read More »...

Food may be fast, but it’s quicker to make children unhealthy

March 6, 2009

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With busy lifestyles filled with practices, school, and sometimes jobs, meals are on the go more now than ever. Hence why more parents are leaning towards the drive-through rather than the stove. Read More »...

Para professional doubles as cosmetologist

February 24, 2009

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Gina Harmon is a Para professional that works in the special education department. What most people in school don’t know is that this Para is also a certified art teacher and has been working as a cosmetologist/aesthetician for 31 years, and has worked in the TV, commercial, magazine, bridal and runway business doing hair and make up. Read Mor...

Champion boxer inspires, thrills FHN students

February 20, 2009

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After all the excitement of today’s Pep Assembly – StuCo’s anti-theft video, the parade of athletes, the predictable spirit competition, some hilariously-entertaining karaoke, Snowcoming Court, and a Spirit Week slide show – FHN’s studentbody was lucky enough to be in the presence of Read More »...

Exclusive: Senior discusses her experiences at Obama’s historical inauguration

February 18, 2009

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On Jan. 16, senior Dani Langness flew to Washington, D.C. to celebrate the inauguration of President Barack Obama. While staying there for a week, Langness traveled with a student ambassador leadership program, People to People International, and not only attended the historic inauguration, but also visited many local attractions in Washington. FHNtod...

Noland dedicates his time to marching band

February 12, 2009

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Sophomore Jacob Noland does lots of things. One of his favorite things to do is Marching band. He loves to play the trumpet. He has been doing this for five years, since sixth grade. He hopes to eventually receive a scholarship from doing marching band his senior year. Read More »...

New dueling piano bar is ‘more than dream come true’ for owner

February 11, 2009

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It started with eleven years of playing piano. Eleven years of touring and living in hotel rooms. Eleven years of being away from family. Eleven years, and Philip Manaois created a dream of his own: Jive and Wail. Read More »...

Allison, North graduates are ‘Bound’ together by rock

February 10, 2009

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Bringing together James Allison, Paul Baker, JC Kime, John Wilson, and Brad Chapman creates, Bound, a band that loves what they do and enjoys playing together. Read More »...

Three seniors come together to form Templar

February 10, 2009

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On Saturday, Jan. 7, senior Bryan Russo tuned his bass guitar before a crowd at Cicero's with his band Templar. Russo, who was inspired by Black Sabbath, has been playing bass since he was 13 years old. Read More »...

Five months have passed since the death of Craig, family feels loss

February 10, 2009

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Sam Craig lived at home with his parents and sister. He worked at the Holland House full time while studying online to be a personal fitness trainer. He was 21 years old.“He was a caring person, but you wouldn’t know it just by talking to him,” mother Sharon Craig Read More »...

Bad decisions effect more than the decision maker

February 10, 2009

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An invisible hand sculpts everyone in life, a hand that forms and molds before firing into the final design of adulthood. That hand belongs to a great artisan, one who carefully decorates and adorns each person with Read More »...

Funeral home faces reality

February 10, 2009

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Dozens of calls a day. Hundreds by the end of the week. Thousands before the year is up. Voices on the other line broken with sorrow as families make the call to Baue Funeral home as they set up arrangements Read More »...

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