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Christmas Craze

Christmas Craze

Amber Greenhill, Staff Reporter

December 12, 2018


Filed under Showcase, STUDENTS, VIEWPOINTS

As soon as Thanksgiving is over, everything Christmas is soon brought out, and everyone is in the Christmas spirit. But is there a such thing as too much Christmas? In my family, there is no such thing as too much Christmas.  Each year, we put up at least five Christmas trees. My mom tries to ...

Driven Dreams Crash

Driven Dreams Crash

Jabahri Asbury, Reporter

December 7, 2018


Filed under FOOTBALL, Showcase, VIEWPOINTS

After a great season of football being state champions my eleventh-grade year, shadowing and learning from the great seniors I played with, I knew next year was my time to shine. My name is Jabahri Asbury, and this my story. I've played football since I was little, I would say it was my first lo...

New Years Resolution: Fail or Succeed

New Years Resolution: Fail or Succeed

Carlin Garey, Shorts Editor

December 1, 2018


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However, people do not make resolutions because they are aware that they will not stay true to it or are aware they are going to fail. Regardless if people make a resolution or not, whether people want to stay true to their resolution. Dan Diamond (Forbes) said that “more than 40% of people make...

The Effects of Mono on a High School Senior

The Effects of Mono on a High School Senior

Lindsey Ethridge, Staff Reporter

November 16, 2018


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Mononucleosis is an illness often referred to as the “Kissing Disease”. The most common ways of spread mono is through sharing utensils or drinks. This year, my senior year, I was unlucky enough to develop mono. I was diagnosed the day that school was supposed to start back from Hurricane Michael...

Georgia’s Intense Governor Race

Georgia’s Intense Governor Race

Gage Fordham, Staff Reporter

November 7, 2018


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As Georgia’s Secretary of State, Brian Kemp has taken an oath of office for Georgia since 2010 and which I think he is qualified to do it again. As a candidate for Georgia’s Governor, he promises to keep taxes low and implement a spending cap on the state’s budget plan. Abrams wants to make ...

Georgia governor preference

Georgia governor preference

Hannah Elliott, Co-Editor

November 7, 2018


Filed under VIEWPOINTS

I am under the age of 18, so I am not able to vote for Georgia's next governor. If I had been born a few years earlier, I would vote Stacey Abrams as the next governor, based on the information she gave in the debate. The elections for governor are fast approaching. The voting process has already ...

Governor Debate

Governor Debate

Amber Greenhill, Staff Reporter

November 7, 2018


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In the upcoming election, I will vote for Bryan Kemp. I recently watched the three candidates debate and created a chart with the positives and negatives for each candidate Kemp's positives outweigh all other candidates. I never fully understood what Metz was campaigning for. When Metz stated that ...

Georgia Gubernatorial Election

Georgia Gubernatorial Election

Jessica Palmer, Staff Reporter

November 2, 2018


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This year's race for Georgia's governor is an important election to me because this is the first election I will be able to vote in. As I listen to the news everyday it becomes hard for me to decide who I am going to vote for. Every time I turn around one of them is throwing another under the bus...

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