Reflecting on Cougar Careers

Harper Crater, Co-Managing Editor

May 23, 2018

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From all-nighters and early mornings, to crazy football games and comeback seasons, the class of 2018 has had a wild four years at Kettle Run. As their senior year winds to a close, graduates reflect on their best memories...

Twin Telepathy Still ‘Unconfirmed’

Erin Hogge, Editor-in-Chief

May 23, 2018

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Have you ever been so in sync with someone that it was just odd? For twins, this may happen more often than not. There are five sets of twins in the senior class and some of them believe that twin telepathy is real. Senior...

Learning to be Law Enforcement

Nathan Pullen, News Editor

May 23, 2018

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A co-ed branch of Boy Scouts of America, Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post 1077 provides teenagers age 14 and older with an authentic law enforcement experience. Senior Hannah Cordova has been involved with the...

Who Are The Mysterious Douglas Brothers?

Erin Hogge, Editor-in-Chief

May 23, 2018

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Chances are, if you’ve ever walked down the halls while the bell was ringing, you’ve witnessed someone sprint past you in a race to his next class. That was most likely senior Chinazam (China) Douglas. Or maybe you attended...

Giving Back to Her Community Ten Fold

Gwyn Newcomb and Katie O'Connor, Contributing Writers

May 23, 2018

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The National Honor Society requires a minimum of 20 service hours over the course of the school year, but senior Danielle Cleveland went above and beyond 20 hours. This school year alone, Cleveland logged 113 hours of service;...

New Club Promotes Student Activism

Carly Herbert, Co-Managing Editor

May 23, 2018

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Ever wanted a chance to get into intellectual debates about pressing political topics? You’re in luck! The Politically Active Citizens, PAC, is a new club that is “dedicated to promoting political activity in the youth.”...

Making Their Way to the Military

Jack Tessier, Features Editor

May 23, 2018

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May is National Military Appreciation Month, and we appreciate the military in many ways. One way to appreciate the men and women who serve our nation is to follow their example, and that is what several graduates are going to...

Between a Rook and a Hard Place

Jack Tessier, Features Editor

April 24, 2018

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Checkmate! Proclamations of victory can be heard from room 408 after school on Thursday afternoons. But putting your opponent’s king in checkmate, while simultaneously protecting your own royalty, is just the basic objective...

Scrambling to Get Summer Jobs

Isaiah Metzdorf

April 24, 2018

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As summer draws near, high school students rush to find summer jobs before college students get home and occupy all the jobs. Senior Alexa Jade is one student who plans to work over the summer. “I work at Great Harvest...

NEHS Writing Center Now Open!

Jack Tessier, Features Editor

April 24, 2018

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If you want to be a better writer, then National English Honor Society (NEHS) has a new program for you. To sweeten the deal, students don’t have to stay after school to get the help because NEHS is now open during Cougar...

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