Donald Trump Acquitted, Staying in Office

Donald Trump shows the newspaper edition of his acquittal on the impeachment trial. Photo courtesy Voice of America via

By Connor Lucich, Reporter

February 13, 2020

With this trial, Trump becomes  the third President in history to face impeachment charges in the House and to be acquitted by the Senate. This process took nearly two weeks to come to a final conclusion. The trial was split rather evenly, as every Democrat had voted him guilty, and all but one Republican h...

China Struggles to Balance Health and the Growth of Industrialization

China's Iron and Steel works factory pollute the atmosphere.
Photograph by @markhenleyphotos via Instagram.

By Anna Joy, Reporter

February 12, 2020

China is a fast-growing industrialized country, but that comes with a price. China’s air quality has been growing worse, causing hundreds of thousands of premature deaths due to the air pollutant PM2.5. PM2.5, particulate matter, is formed as a result of industrial emissions and burning fuel; it is also the smallest pollutant, allowing it to permeate almost everything. ...

Mini-THON Hosts Spirit Week for Snow King

Each day this week has a different theme for students and staff to participate in. Screenshot courtesy of Mini-THON

By KC O'Neill, Reporter

February 11, 2020

This week Mini-THON organized a spirit week to raise awareness for the Snow King competition and to raise money for the Four Diamonds Fund.  Monday is PJ day, Tuesday is college spirit day, Wednesday is chose a color for cancer awareness and Thursday is wear Mini-THON colors (gold and blue).  For the past couple of weeks, Snow King candidates have collected money and canned ...

Foreign Exchange Student Neeno Excited to be in the U.S.

Foreign Exchange Student Neeno Excited to be in the U.S.

By Kai Fleming, Reporter

February 11, 2020

Freshmen English Students Spread Awareness

Freshmen English Students Spread Awareness

By KC O'Neill, Reporter

February 3, 2020

The freshman Honors English classes are researching one of five different novels and are creating awareness campaigns about the conflicts the protagonists in the books had to overcome. Students will present their projects at parent-teacher conferences on Feb. 12 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in the high school library....

Courier Chat: Molin Explains New Student Printing Process

Courier Chat: Molin Explains New Student Printing Process

By Kai Fleming, Reporter

January 23, 2020

Principal Kevin Molin explains the new student printing process.

Snow King Creates a Blizzard of Charity

Snow Kings have decorated a box for students to donation canned goods and money. Photo by Mackenzie Womack.

By Mackenzie Womack, Sports Editor

January 13, 2020

Snow King elections are creating a storm of charity in the new year. Mini-THON adviser and Spanish teacher Heather Walker plans out the schedule for the 2019-2020 Snow King elections. “Snow King will run from Jan. 13-Feb. 13, ending with a pep rally [on Thursday],” said Walker. For the 2019-2020 S...

What to Know about the SHS Alumni Panel

Alumna Allyson Koller wears a blue THON shirt in support of the cause.

By Kaylee Martin, Reporter

December 18, 2019

An SHS Alumni Panel will take place in the auditorium on Thursday, Dec. 19, 2019 during the development day period. The event is for students who are interested in enlisting in a branch of the military, attending college/technical/trade school, participating in an apprenticeship program, or heading into th...

A.P. U.S. History Students Head to Philadelphia

AP US History students pose with the Rocky Statue at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Photograph Courtesy of Andrew Warren

By Kaylee Martin, Reporter

November 21, 2019

A.P. U. S. history students went on a field trip to the National Constitution Center and Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia on Nov. 8, 2019. The trip was a great way for students to learn about the history of many historical sites in Philadelphia.  AP U.S. History teacher Andy Warren organi...

Rankin Continues Collecting Coats for the Community

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By Colette McMahon, Reporter

November 19, 2019

Fourth grader Tristan Rankin watched a video in first grade that brought him to tears, inspiring him to do something great.  The video was of a little boy that did not have a coat in very cold weather. This made Rankin very sad, which made him want to change the fact that some children do not have a way ...

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