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Principal never tires

Principal never tires

Amelia Tesdahl, Copy Editor

October 15, 2013

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Activities get supersized

Nick Carrigan, Editor In Chief

October 15, 2013

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Everywhere throughout the school, one can see signs advertising activities, sports, school sponsored events and even just plain old group meetings. In the last year, though, more people have been joining the activities those signs...

Multitude of Costs in Summer: The Fiscal Ways of Students in Summer Months

Kristy Sibvila, Staff Writer

May 2, 2013

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As springtime unfolds, many students anticipate the bright, sunny days of their favorite season: summer. Summer is a time for hanging out with friends, family trips, exploring cabins, power shopping at malls, riding roller...

2012-2013 Hmong New Year

Gao Yang, Copy Editor

December 13, 2012

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2012-2013 Hmong New Year                 The weekend after Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the Hmong New Year held annually at the St. Paul River Centre. Hundreds of the Hmong people attend, along with friends or...

School Board Plagiarism update

Mitchell Greene, Writer

November 16, 2012

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A four hour hearing was held on Wednesday, November 14 at the Central Services Center to investigate further into the plagiarism case with school board director Matthew Rustad. Witnesses, lawyers, and a third party officer were...

Freshman Requirement Changes

Nick Carrigan, Managing Editor

November 14, 2012

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It’s a couple months into the new school year and it’s business as usual; 68 minute classes, seeing friends in the hallway and maybe some homework, the same as it has been for a few years. For freshman this year, the school...

New hedgehog comes to school

Taylor Galbrecht, Staff Writer

November 9, 2012

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Over the summer, Oliver, the biology department’s hedgehog belonging to teacher D.C Randle became sick and died. The good news is Randle did end up getting a new hedgehog to take Oliver’s place. “It was really sad when...

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