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Endangered Species

Matt Rainey, News Reporter

October 14, 2018

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  The endangered species list in Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks have are deciding on keeping certain animal on their list, the Grizzly bear. For years people hunted this animal for game, its fur, and many other reasons...

Job shortage during the Holidays

Jadon Khor, News Reporter

September 27, 2018

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It’s less than three months before school closes and shopping deals open for the holiday season. Thanks to the expected rise of customers and sales, supermarkets and department stores are gearing up with more employee positions...

Politics galore at Kavanaugh nomination hearing

Sydney Strickland, News Reporter

September 18, 2018

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The four-day-long set of hearings that were performed in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee for the appointment of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court took place last week and concluded on Friday. The 53-year-old...

Flu season is coming

Garrett Morrissey, News Editor

September 18, 2018

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The flu is a common viral infection that spreads easily and usually has over 3 million reported cases in the U.S. annually. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) cautioned that the last flu season proved to be one of the dea...

Red Tide is having a great effect on Labor Day plans

Brent Bean, News Reporter

September 12, 2018

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Labor Day is one of the most tourist friendly days in Florida, but this year many people are changing their plans of going to the beach because of Red Tide. During the holiday weekend, thousand s of people come to Florida to...

Fishhawk gives back: Young Life addition

Carolina Fernandez, Editor-in-Chief

September 10, 2018

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Volunteering, community service and helping others around us has always been a very preeminent trait around the Fish Hawk and Brandon area. Whether charities, organizations or fundraisers, students are constantly seen around...

Newsome’s New Classes

Matt Rainey, Sports Editor

September 4, 2018

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Friday Aug. 10, 2018 marked the first day of school for Newsome high school, it was also the first day students were welcomed into brand new classes Newsome now has to offer, and some that were started just the year before. Newsome...

New year, new me

Jadon Khor, News Reporter

September 4, 2018

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For 900 kids, Aug. 10 was the start of a new period in their lives: the start of high school. More than half of students said they didn’t know how to survive high school or its unspoken rules.   Newsome opened its...

Humboldt Broncos

Jonathan Alfano, Sports Reporter

April 25, 2018

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What should have been a dream come true for any hockey player turned into a living nightmare. On April 6, 2018, The Humboldt Broncos, a team that plays in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, were headed to a playoff game...

Mark Zuckerberg Faces the Courts

Paige Hall, Entertainment Reporter

April 20, 2018

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Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg was questioned by a joint session of the Senate Commerce and Judiciary Committees on Tuesday and returned for a second hearing on Wednesday. As most people are aware, Facebook’s privacy...

Stephen Hawking: Gone, but not forgotten

Mia Cafaro, Sports Reporter

March 28, 2018

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On March 14, 2018, at the age of 76, world-renowned theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking died. Hawking was a brilliant scientist, and his work was even more impressive due to the fact that he suffered from ALS. The disease...

Red Gerard: winning despite mishaps and mayhem

Mia Cafaro, Sports Reporter

February 22, 2018

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Redmond Gerard is a fresh-faced, wild-haired 17-year- old from Silverthorne, Colorado, who recently became the youngest American ever to medal in a snowboarding event at the Olympics. He is now internationally famous, with fans...

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