Chess Club

March 29, 2019

Dungeons & Dragons

March 29, 2019

Wright Nominated for Agnes Meyer Award

Declan Boyle, Head News Editor

February 25, 2019

History teacher Chad Wright is Kettle Run’s nominee for The Washington Post Agnes Meyer award. Joe Rowell, Model UN head delegate, nominated Wright. “He is so dedicated to the success of Kettle Run and its students,” Rowell s...

Students Say Goodbye to 2018

Jackson Rogers, Viewpoint Editor

February 6, 2019

With the close of the semester coming up, and as winter break approaches, students are making plans to spend their two weeks off of school. All students and teachers are officially on a two week break when the final bell rings...

Local Christmas Parade is a Hit!

Grant Pepin, Staff Reporter

February 6, 2019

Being one of Warrenton’s most popular events, Gumdrop Square is an annual appearance that gets the whole community involved. Students have the opportunity to attend and participate in this event in more ways than you think....

How To Make 2019 Your Best Year Yet

Faith Schaefer, Lifestyle Editor

February 6, 2019

Some see the new year as a chance to start fresh, to set new goals and make improvements to their lifestyles to meet those goals. Many students are starting off 2019 right by following through with their New Year’s Resolutions. Every...

Skaters Test the Frozen Water in New Rink

Joey Shull, Assistant Sports Editor

February 6, 2019

A new outdoor skating rink at Northern Fauquier Community Park in Marshall will be at the mercy of warmer weather but skaters will be able to enjoy it as long as the ice doesn’t melt. Skating is a big thing during the winter...

What Happens After the Big Test?

Jack Tessier, Features Editor

February 6, 2019

For many classes, the big SOL test can sometimes feel like the culmination of lots hard work and learning. That feeling, however, is misguided considering how there is still a month of school left. The Virginia Standards of...

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