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Fake news and how to avoid it

Fake news and how to avoid it

Emmanuel Asher, Reporter

Fake news can travel fast, especially in this day and age when news can reach people quickly through social media. A significant amount of fake news on the 2016 Presidential...  Read More »

Jan 17 • No Comments

Fake News Spreads Across the World

Fake News Spreads Across the World

Alanna Christianson, Managing Editer

Fake news has been spread for as long as people have been around. Today these lies can be spread worldwide through social media, spreading the false information around with...  Read More »

Jan 17 • No Comments

Off campus courses open doors

Off campus courses open doors

Kindall Rumbo, Reporter

From the culinary arts to veterinary assistants to wildland firefighting, off-campus courses open doors in every direction. They prepare students for employment by giving...  Read More »

Jan 17 • No Comments

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Suicide is no joke

Suicide is no joke

Shyanne Massie, Managing Editor

  “I would rather die than take my math test today.” So many people say it. It's used as a figure of speech to make a situation seem more dramatic and show...  Read More »

Dec 3

Social Media- the good, the bad, and the ugly; Time to stop the madness

Social Media- the good, the bad, and the ugly; Time to stop the madness

Shyanne Massie, Managing Editor

  Instead of listening to the panel members at the AASG conference, teens whipped out their phones, tapped into an app and mocked the speakers. Memes dominated socia...  Read More »

Nov 14

Confederate Flag- one sided flag, two-sided argument- PRO

Confederate Flag- one sided flag, two-sided argument- PRO

July 16, 2016

Violence must not win

Violence must not win

July 15, 2016

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When two equals one

When two equals one

Trinity Barton, reporter

You’ve probably heard of snowboards and skis, but have you heard of them combined? That is exactly what splitboards do. A splitboard is a snowboard that boarders can hike...  Read More »

Dec 3

Wasilla Warrior kick off ski season with new coach

Wasilla Warrior kick off ski season with new coach

Blake Zitterich, reporter

While last year the Wasilla Warrior ski was best known for being the smallest ski in the Valley with less than 10 athletes, this year the team has a new coach with a resume...  Read More »

Dec 3

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Pokémon introduces Sun and Moon

Pokémon introduces Sun and Moon

Devin Johnson, Reporter

The new Pokémon Sun/Moon is an interesting take on the main series of Pokémon, taking a break from challenging eight gym leaders in favor of Island Trials. Sun Moon definitely...  Read More »

Dec 4 • No Comments

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Foreign exchange students bring the world to Wasilla

Courtney Johnson, Reporter

December is filled with many cultural events, from decorating homes to holiday concerts, but nothing compares to the Kamilos’ household. Peter and Michelle Kamilos regu...  Read More »

Jan 17 • No Comments

Seeing is believing

Seeing is believing

Aspen Bakner, Reporter

Seeing is believing. And to watch Ginger Shepardson is to believe that sight isn’t the only way to get your way down the hall. Ginger Shepardson is blind, and the only clue...  Read More »

Jan 17 • No Comments

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Learning a foreign languages makes you smarter

Learning a foreign languages makes you smarter

Blake Zitterich, Reporter

Did you know that the average American only knows 0.18% of a  foreign language? Meaning that most Americans do not even know a full foreign language. The study shows that ...  Read More »

Jan 17 • No Comments

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Counseling News

Students get ready to drop the kids play and get ready to put your head in the game. The counselors have a Junior/Senior Checklist of all requirements before the Graduati...  Read More »

Dec 4

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