“His name was Evan Swain Abrams. He was born Aug. 16, 1997, and he was 8 pounds, 8.75 ounces. If he were alive today, he would be 20 years old,” drama teacher Cathy Swain-Abrams said.


The loss of a child at any age is one of the most devast...

The high school is performing the play version of “Heathers”, similar to the 1988 drama of the same name. This killer thriller will take place in April at the high school. Heather Chandler, played by junior Miranda Edgar, was accidentally poisoned by Veronica Sawyer, p...

February 2, 2018

January: Our 45th president, Donald Trump, was inaugurated along - side the 48th Vice-President Mike Pence.

February: On Feb. 12, Adele won five awards, including best song and best album, and best new artist was awarded to rising star Chance the Rapper. “Being able wat...

It’s quite hard to go a day without having a news alert pop up on your phone, referring to somethingabout President Donald Trump. Regardless of political party, the country has been increasingly occupied with the recent stories about his frequently changing administrat...

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