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Parking Pass

February 6, 2020 5:39pm | Hannah Collier

School parking lots can be absolutely terrifying for any students, parents, and teachers. Inexperienced teenage drivers all pile in and out of a small area all at one time. Luckily, parking passes can make this stressful process a bit easier. Parking passes ensure that only […]

Wildfires Ravage Australia

February 6, 2020 5:35pm | Ellie Bonnette

Recently, news channels and social media have been flooding with information on the Australia wildfires. Australia is in desperate need of donations, considering that it’s currently facing the worst wildfire in the history of its country. This fire has been burning since September of 2019 […]

Performing Arts Assembly

December 13, 2019 5:46pm | Tahtiana Hatchett

The first assembly for the performing arts came, and no one could hold their excitement. “We’ve been working on the assembly for a while, and we are all excited for everyone to see what we have been working on,”says Kyla Webster. The performing arts assembly […]

YoungLife’s Impact

December 13, 2019 5:31pm | Hannah Collier

Everyone can agree that Mondays are extremely difficult to get through. There is nothing worse than returning back to school and its daily activities after an exciting weekend. Luckily, YoungLife will brighten up anyone’s Monday! YoungLife is an organization that focuses on creating a deeper […]

The Tragic Mexico Burial Pit

December 13, 2019 5:12pm | Megan Mannelly

In late October, groups of volunteers known as the Searching Mothers of Sonora and the Searchers of Puerto Peñasco discovered a clandestine burial pit. The groups are made up of relatives of missing people who investigate reports of clandestine burial sites. A total of 42 bodies […]

The 2019 Homecoming Dance

November 8, 2019 5:39pm | Tahtiana Hatchett

It’s finally that time again. Homecoming is finally here and no one was able to contain their excitement. Homecoming is all everyone was talking about. Now that Homecoming has come, everyone was very anxious, and over the years, student council has come up with great […]

The 2020 Merit Scholarship

November 8, 2019 5:37pm | Megan Mannelly

NMSC is excited to announce the names of approximately 16,000 semifinalists in the 65th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. These academically talented high school seniors have an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,600 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $31 million that […]

Virus Found in Mosquitoes Causes Health Scare in U.S.

November 8, 2019 5:34pm | Neely Burns

Eastern Equine Encephalitis, or EEE, is a disease caused by mosquito bites that has been seen recently in the eastern U.S. People across the United States are fearful of this illness. As is in most cases, it causes painful symptoms and death. However, if you […]

Hunter Biden’s Political Controversy

November 8, 2019 5:32pm | Hannah Collier

“Dishonorable,” “lack of loyalty,” “illegal,” and “allegation” are all words that are being thrown around in the media right now. As the 2020 election heats up, all candidates are just waiting for their opponents to make a mistake. Unfortunately, for Democratic candidate Joe Biden, his […]

The Cafeteria Chair Crisis

November 8, 2019 5:28pm | Morgan Jones

After a long three or four hours, depending on when a student has their lunch, students finally have a break to talk about anything other than math equations and grammar during  lunch. They get to eat their lunches to refuel themselves and get ready for […]