NHS Helps Newborns in Need

Harper Crater, Co-Managing Editor

February 28, 2018

One out of 8 babies born does not survive. 28,000 children under age 1 die each year. 1,210 babies are born to teen moms each day. 2,660 babies are born into poverty each day. Newborns in Need is made up of volunteers across the United States. These volunt...

DECA Dominates at Districts

Jack Tessier, Features Editor

February 9, 2018

Six Kettle Run DECA members are headed to states. Approximately 20 members of DECA, Distributive Education Clubs of America, traveled to Apple Blossom Mall on January 10 to compete in the District Championship. Event categories...

Moving On Ahead of the Class

Emma Gray, Lifestyle Editor

February 9, 2018

Twenty nine seniors ended their high school career a semester early. These seniors made the choice to graduate early. For underclassmen who may be interested in following in their footsteps, there are two paths they can take,...

Tri-M: A Marvelous Musical Triple Threat

Hannah Pelletier, Staff Reporter

February 9, 2018

The next Louis Armstrong, Wolfgang Mozart, or Ariana Grande might be walking the halls in our school right now. And with the help of the new Music Honor Society, Tri-M, there could soon be more. This new society is open to...

Shredding Fresh Powder on the Slopes

Harper Crater, Co-Managing Editor

February 9, 2018

Half pipes, fresh powder, and short drives are a must when looking for easily accessible places to spend a snow day shredding with close friends. With a snowy winter impending, students look for the best places to ski and snowboard...

Saving Lives One Pint at a Time

February 9, 2018

Everyday in the US approximately 36,000 units of red blood cells are needed by people all over the country and those who donated their blood on January 19 at the HOSA Blood Drive were an active part in saving lives. January is National Blood Donation Month, and in ...

Hugs, Hearts, and Happy Times

Erin Hogge, Editor-in-Chief

February 9, 2018

The average high school relationship lasts about five months, but these Kettle Run couples have defied the odds. During his sophomore year as a Kettle Run student, special education teacher Ryan Wicka met his future wife, Aryn, who was a freshman at t...

Leaving Behind a Year of Good Vibes

Harper Crater, Co-Managing Editor

December 13, 2017

As 2017 comes to a close, students reminisce on the best parts of their year. 2017 was a year of change. Between the football team’s advances and the change of leadership in administration, both students and teachers had an eventful ye...

Meet Your Guidance Counselors

Emma Gray, Viewpoint Editor

December 12, 2017

Guidance counselors. Many know of them and what they do for our schedules, but there is much more to understand. Sue Harmon is in charge of the guidance department and works diligently to make sure everything runs smoothly. “I...

Student Gives Up Break to Give Back

Emma Smith, Staff Reporter

December 12, 2017

This Thanksgiving instead of spending time with my family, eating food and watching football, I went on a mission trip to Fort Liberte Haiti. I, along with 17 others from Warrenton Baptist Church went to Fort Liberte for nine...

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