16 things only the class of 2016 will understand: The gratifying feeling while the kazoo left our hands How eccentric Principle Kierns was our sophomore year The cafeteria catfight of ‘13 No, the class of 2015 isn’t cooler than 2016 The fun preassembly’s Class President Matt Story and senate created Mrs. Rieber’s expertise in yoga & how … Continue reading

North Korea: A Drama Queen

Written by Mallori Powell On Thursday March 10th, North Korea fired two short range missiles. They were launched from North Hwanghae, which is an area just south of the capitol Pyongyang. Officials in South Korea have identified that the missiles were headed towards the eastern side of the Korean peninsula. The whole situation has put even … Continue reading

Cheese Thieves in Colorado

Written by Rachel Meleski Do Drop Inn restaurant in Pueblo, Colorado was robbed of over five thousand dollars’ worth of provolone cheese used to make the shop’s pizza. Hoss Kashani, owner of the restaurant, says that he has noticed the cheese shortages since around the middle of March. He took notice to the missing cheese because … Continue reading

6.2 Earthquake in Japan

Written by Anika Roelands n earthquake with a 6.2 magnitude shook Kyushu Island in Japan late on Thursday. Dozens of smaller aftershocks followed the quake, and there are more to be expected. One witness said “the ground shook for 20 seconds before the quake started”. Overall, only 9 people died, either directly from the earthquake … Continue reading

Mississippi homeowner kills escaped murder suspect after week-long manhunt

Written by Katie Kiefer A capital murder suspect Rafael McCloud escaped from jail in Mississippi last week and on Tuesday morning tied up a family of three at a home in Vicksburg. According to investigators, one of the homeowners broke loose and killed him by shooting him in the head. McCloud fought with the husband and … Continue reading

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