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Fake news (part 2)

Fake news (part 2)

February 2, 2017

Fake news (part 1)

Fake news (part 1)

February 2, 2017

‘His name was Alejandro’

Chase Wells, Feature Editor

October 17, 2016

Filed under Student Life

As Brianna Mercado sat quietly in Regional West’s waiting room on the cold and overcast Dec. day, apprehensively waiting for the news of Alejandro, her month old son, she knew something was wrong A doctor with a sullen look on his face appr...

Parents In Prison

Chase Wells, Feature Editor

September 26, 2016

Filed under Student Life

  The sirens blare, the lights flash, and in a moment, a child’s life is torn apart. This is the sad truth of what many kids in the U.S. have to face when a parent is incarcerated. It is also the beginning of a tre...

Dear Scottsbluff High School- One Final Letter from the Class of 2016

Megan Hayhurst, Feature Editor

May 17, 2016

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Here are a few letters from seniors to Scottsbluff High School thanking the school for what it has done for them. Congratulations to the 2016 graduating class. Dear Scottsbluff High School, Oh, what a time we have had! Alt...

Tweet for Tickets

Megan Hayhurst, Feature Editor

March 22, 2016

Filed under Student Life

Twitter is a social media website in which famous stars can interact with their fans. For most fans it is a dream of theirs to be contacted by their favorite celebrity. However for senior Katelyn Lambert, that dream became...

Students Take Leadership To the Next Level

Allie Mekolon and Krista Holzworth, Feature Writers

March 15, 2016

Filed under Student Life

Summer is a time for opportunities. Opportunities to travel places,  meet new people,  and experience new things.  RYLA camp allows students to experience all these opportunities in just one week. RYLA stands for Rotary...

Senioritis the Disease Spreading Through High School Seniors Today

Mily Avitia and Megan Hayhurst, Feature Writers

March 14, 2016

Filed under Student Life

“A crippling disease that strikes high school seniors. Symptoms include: laziness, an over-excessive wearing of track pants, old athletic shirts, athletic shorts, and sweatshirts. Also features a lack of studying repeated a...

Now Leaving the Nebraska Life

Megan Hayhurst, Feature Editor

March 8, 2016

Filed under Student Life

85 days. 2,088 hours. 125,280 minutes. For the class of 2016, they are just counting down the days until graduation and they leave high school. However for seniors Kai Didier and Katelyn Thompson they won’t just be leaving ...

The 3-12 a.m. crew that works The Night Shift

Krista Holzworth, Feature Writer

February 18, 2016

Filed under Student Life

It’s 3:20 pm and Scottsbluff High School empties as almost 900 kids head to work, home, or practice. Their day is winding down. But for the few and brave night janitors, their day is just beginning.

In our family we trust

In our family we trust

February 18, 2016

Going under the knife

Megan Hayhurst

January 21, 2016

Filed under Student Life

$11 billion dollars. That is how much money the people of the United States spent in 2012 on plastic surgery alone. In recent years plastic surgery has become a highly debated topic. From famous shows ike Botched, to famous people who have gotten plastic surgery like Michael Jackson, Joan Rivers, and Kim Kardashian, the media has shown plastic surgery in many different perspectives.

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