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Shelby Schrein , Staff Reporter
December 4, 2017

Cheerleading. Easily the most underrated sport that is known to the world. Flips, stunts, spinning in the air a lot of things most of the world can’t do. Memorizing 2 Minute and 30 second routines that have substantial body positions and movements in them, and if you miss something or aren’t clean... Read more »

A Little Sweat Never Hurt Nobody

Madison Davis, Staff Reporter
December 4, 2017

On December 2nd, the Rex Putnam High School dance team, the Royal Crowns, qualified for Category Championships. Category Championships are the earned during the fall leading to the state championship in the spring. It’s when the teams get 1st or 2nd place and earn a qualifying score for the next... Read more »

Managing The Christmas Gift Crisis

Rosalie Mitchell, Staff Reporter
December 4, 2017

When kids stop writing Christmas letters ─complete with Christmas lists─ to Santa, parents lose their easy-access into their child’s mind when it comes to the gifts they hope to see under the tree. This leaves parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles with a question that looms over them when holiday... Read more »

NCSD Theater

Ashlee Conley, Staff Reporter
November 9, 2017

Rex Putnam High School And Then They Came For Me November 3,4,10,11 @ 7pm November 5,12 @ 2pm A unique theatrical experience: a multimedia play that combines videotaped interviews with Holocaust survivors Ed Silverberg and Eva Schloss with live actors recreating scenes from their lives during World... Read more »

Little Blue Whale

Shelby Schrein , Staff Reporters
October 31, 2017

Beth Ferry pens a tale for children while teacher Lisa Mundorff creates the characters for a new book being released this month.  The two women were brought together by their agent to make a book aimed at children.. Little Blue Whale features a whale penguin and a lot of friendship.  “We... Read more »

The Girl You’ll Never Know

Austin Hunt, Reporter
September 25, 2017

Messy, curly hair. Lips seemingly sealed shut. Madison Lueck is the girl in the back of your class. The one who doesn’t talk. But that’s just because you don’t know her yet. Born April 7th 2003 in a Salem Hospital with a strange birthmark:  Sectoral Heterochromia.  A mere six out of... Read more »

Skool Dayz Cruise-In

Deborah Barnes
June 27, 2017

Over 25 students of the Automotive class helped showcase 115 street rods and class cars at the 8th annual Skool Dayz Cruise-In at the Sabin-Schellenberg Professional Center in June.  The fundraiser and community outreach event drew hundreds to peak under the hoods of some of the oldest cars still... Read more »