I Ruff You

Alex Marsh, Staff Writer

October 11, 2017

Filed under Student Life

Imagine the world ending and the only way of life is to fight for your basic necessities or to die. That’s what it’s like for millions of dogs who have either been abandoned by their owners or born in the streets. Aproximately...

Homecoming

Darian Martin, Staff Writer

October 6, 2017

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Homecoming week was a week full of school spirit and tons of students, parents, teachers, and alumni coming together to support the football team as they played against Otsego to win the Homecoming game. Homecoming isn’t...

Social Anxiety: How to Overcome It

Chyna Grochoske, Staff Writer

September 26, 2017

Filed under Student Life

Social Anxiety Disorder, also known as SAD and social phobia, can be a lot to deal with, and it can be especially hard to overcome social anxiety as a whole. Many people have social anxiety and do not realize it. According to...

USMC Leadership Program Follow-Up

MaKayla Munn, Staff Writer

September 21, 2017

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Oorah! After being accepted into the USMC Leadership and Character Development Academy, I got to spend a week learning how to become a better, more confident leader and person. During my time in Quantico, Virginia, I got to do...

Phone Policy: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

Sebastian Minshall, Staff Writer

September 21, 2017

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Three Rivers High School has undergone many major policy changes this year, one of which has caused controversy in the school’s student population: this school policy is the ban of phones and other electronic devices. Many teachers,...

Applying to College

Alexis Gamble, Staff Writer

September 21, 2017

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The class of 2018 is more than ready to graduate and start their adult lives. But for some, they don’t know the first thing about applying to college or for financial aid. You can start applying to college “typically the...

Teacher Appreciation

Angel German, Staff Writer

June 12, 2017

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Although most won’t admit it, education is one of the most important things in a young person’s life. The things you learn and the people you meet throughout school affect the path you choose to take. Teachers are some of...

How to Have a Productive Summer

Darian Martin, Staff Writer

June 8, 2017

Filed under Student Life

Summer can be boring. Especially, if you have no plans or don’t plan on traveling. The best way to spend a boring summer is to be productive. Yes, productive, as in preparing for the next year of high school or college. This...

Favorite Things About Summer

Renee Surdick, Staff Writer

June 8, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Student Life

Summer is the time where students look forward to no school and time to themselves. It’s also the time when the nice weather comes to stay. Students may leave the state or they may just hang out with their friends during their...

Senior Year Excitement

Sidnee Arney, Staff Writer

June 7, 2017

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As the seniors prepare for graduation, the junior class prepares to take over the role as the new senior class. The summer before senior year is a busy one for those who are planning on attending college, and as they search for sch...

Moments that Turned our Faces Red

Alexis Gamble, Staff Writer

June 7, 2017

Filed under Student Life

We have all gone through, at some point in our life, an event that is so humiliating we wouldn’t even think about sharing it with other people. For most of us, these are moments that will never be forgotten. Sometimes, these...

The Perfect Bracket

Ricky Clements, Business Manager

June 7, 2017

Filed under Student Life

Every year millions of Americans fill out brackets attempting to predict the correct outcome of each of the 67 games played during March Madness. Having the correct overall or the closest to correct overall, bracket can produce...

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