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Driving Blind

Driving Blind

Kana Chung, Copy Editor

December 31, 2019

“So, when you’re on 364 going East, you merge over and exit onto 94. You know, that lane where everyone is merging on and off.”  These are the directions given by a mother to her teenage daughter. However, they are only met by a confused expression.  “You’ll pass where the Stad...

Activity Festivities

Activity Festivities

Sarah Percy, Staff Reporter

December 27, 2019

Green and red streamers hang from the photo booth. The Grinch and Santa Claus decorations crowd the tables. Lights twinkle from the ceiling, complementing the colors splattered around the room. Christmas music blares from the speakers as the people dressed in suits and dresses make their way to the dance...

The Power of Giving

The Power of Giving

Faith Jacoby, Staff Reporter

December 23, 2019

The little boy’s eyes light up with pure joy as his older sister hands him his gift. What he doesn’t realize is how happy she is seeing his smile as he shakes the box frantically. What he will never see is her smile matching his as she picks the toy out and carefully wrapping it with as much joy as...

Giving Back

Giving Back

Faith Beckmann, Staff Reporter

December 21, 2019

As the lights of the surrounding street glow through the windows of a small, broken down home in the center of Moscow, a young child anticipates Christmas just like any other child their age would. However, for them this is different. Unlike most children, this child has grown up in an area riddled wit...

Impeachment 2019 – FHC Speaks

Impeachment 2019 – FHC Speaks

Megan Percy, Web Editor-In-Chief

December 20, 2019

The House of Representatives made history on December 18th with their decision to impeach President Trump, making him only the third president in this nation’s history to be impeached. President Trump was charged with both articles of impeachment, with a vote of 230-197 for abuse of power and a vote o...

DECA Takes On the First Role-Play of the Year

DECA Takes On the First Role-Play of the Year

Rhyen Standridge, Staff Photographer

December 6, 2019

DECA, an association of marketing students prepares future business leaders for situations they will face in their future. They participated in a roleplay on Wednesday, Dec. 4 that challenged them to put their skills to use. Many were participating for their first time such as new member Alex Vogel. ...

Learning to Lead

Learning to Lead

Paige Fann, Staff Photographer

December 6, 2019

Missouri Youth and Government, is a three day conference at Missouri’s capitol that brings students from all over the state together. Students write and present bills in legislative, participate in mock trials in judicial, and cover what’s going on in media.   Sophomore Grace Bahru believes being in Jefferso...

Unscripted performance

Unscripted performance

Faith Carter, Staff photographer

December 3, 2019

Abundant laughter spilled from the mouths of audience members as the actors and actresses of Improv Central ran around on stage, rubber chicken squeaking in the chaos. On Nov. 22, Improv Central presented their first ever fall show called Friday Night Live. Unlike most pieces that grace a theater sta...

Meeting Their Needs

Meeting Their Needs

Ruthann Kimbrel, Staff Reporter

December 2, 2019

  The multi-purpose room lights are dimmed and the sounds of laughter and words of encouragement from mentors and TA’s echo through the hallways. The students in the class are playing their designated game of badminton, the rare game of the class, with their mentor and TA friends that t...

Dabbing with Death

Dabbing with Death

Zoe Michals, Staff Reporter

November 19, 2019

Addiction. We are addicted. Addicted to convenience. To people. To feelings. In a country where mental illness, reckless substance abuse, and a “need to please” attitude are all growing exponentially, too many teens are turning to addictive alternatives to cope. And now, as the 33 dead would give ...

Competing For a Cause

Competing For a Cause

Rachel Vrazel, Social media editor

November 11, 2019

On a crisp September afternoon, siblings Payton Matz and Lucas Matz walk into their seventh hour Pre-Calculus class and take their seats, anxiously waiting for the bell to ring so their teacher, Mrs. Trisha Morrow, will come in from the hall to start class. However, what the siblings share isn’t me...

Yearning for Youth and Government

Yearning for Youth and Government

Staff Photographer, Paige Fann

November 8, 2019

Missouri Youth and Government, is preparing for their annual conference in Jefferson City. The club has been preparing for the conference since early August, by writing bills and making videos. Youth and Government has a media group and a legislative group, who will participate in governmental procedures down...

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