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Stay fit and support causes with local 5Ks

Stay fit and support causes with local 5Ks

Erin Penner

Whether running to stay fit or running to support a cause, throughout the three months of summer numerous 5Ks are available to run or walk. From the more traditional 5Ks, such as the YMCA race, to not-so-traditional races, su...

June 12, 2017No Comments

SJHS and class ranks: are they needed?

SJHS and class ranks: are they needed?

Kayla Nichols, News Editor

Normally at a graduation ceremony, the valedictorian and salutatorian--the students with the highest GPA, in the graduating class—make speeches to their class. However, according to the the National Association of Seconda...

June 11, 2017No Comments

Maud Preston Summer Reading

Maud Preston Summer Reading

Peyton Burchfield

Have you ever found yourself sitting at home bored over the summer? Well, grab a book and start reading. The Maud Preston Palenske Memorial Library is hosting a summer reading program for anybody from 7th to 12th grade. On J...

June 11, 2017No Comments

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Krasl Art Fair sets stage for passionate young artists

Krasl Art Fair sets stage for passionate young artists

Dylan Marzke, Assistant Online Editor-In-Chief

Kicking off on Friday, July 7, the Krasl Art Fair will be returning to St. Joseph for its 55th consecutive year. Bringing thousands of tourists to St. Joseph, the art fair offers seemingly unlimited options for SJHS stud...

June 11, 2017No Comments

  • SJHS English students travel abroad in 2019 May 18, 2017
  • Robotics team finishes their season May 16, 2017
  • New students inducted in NHS ceremony May 16, 2017
  • Robotics at St. Joe March 10, 2017

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Not News

Breaking news: The president has been impeached

Mya Osburn, Staff Writer

After the official election results came in, the President has formally been impeached for several reasons and, for the first time in history, disqualified for the presidenti...

October 27, 2016No Comments

Cashing in on cashew’s unwavering attitude

Cashing in on cashew’s unwavering attitude

October 6, 2016

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Opinion

Hairless Cats: Exposed

Hairless Cats: Exposed

Savannah Svorec, Staff Writer

Genetically modified organisms exist in many different forms. Scientists can use selective breeding to create benefits such as a redder strawberry, meatier chicken, or a hybrid Golden-Doodle. According...

May 17, 2017No Comments

Donald J. Tweet: The fate of our nation in 140 characters

March 10, 2017

The Crime of Lip Syncing

January 12, 2017

itslearning: not as pointless as it seems

itslearning: not as pointless as it seems

October 6, 2016

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Sports

Spring Sports Update

Nadia Judge

Girls Tennis Team The girl’s varsity tennis team had a successful season with a record of 10-2-2.  They placed highest at the Mason Invite and were conference and r...

June 11, 2017No Comments

Clemson defeats Alabama in National Championship rematch

Clemson defeats Alabama in National Championship rematch

January 12, 2017

Homecoming Week

Homecoming Week

October 6, 2016

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