• Valentine’s Day

    Valentine’s Day

    Rhiannon Farr, Opinion Editor

    January 25, 2016

    Valentine’s Day can be spent with loved ones of all kinds, whether it is a boyfriend or girlfriend, the family or friends. Even with this list of people you can spend the holiday with, there are things you can not help but worry about. For example, having a valentine.       Junior Alexis Pesch thinks peop... READ MORE »»

  • Have A Jazzy Christmas

    Have A Jazzy Christmas

    Raelin Bizjak, Editor

    December 22, 2015

    The jazz band performed today during 7th hour and made their debut before winter choir concert. They played many classics incliding a version of jingle bell rock dominated by the saxophones. Also performed was Rudolph the red nosed raindeer taken in 'swing' by the trumpets inculding a big sax cinquet.... READ MORE »»

    (Back Row L-R) Timothy Kreun (9), Jarrod Guildner (11), William Kreun (10), Olivia Stensrud (10) (Front Row L-R) Jens Lange (10), Grace Chalmers (9), Josh Englin (10)

  • No Money? No Problem.

    No Money? No Problem.

    Jasmine Becker, Design Editor

    November 25, 2015

    As soon as Halloween passes, orange and black is replaced with green and red. From downtown Albert Lea streets to grocery stores, there is a hint of the holiday season. No matter what holiday you celebrate, there is an impulse to buy and to give. But when you open your wallet, emptiness stares back at... READ MORE »»

Issue 3

Survival Guide

Survival Guide

Maddy Funk, Activities and Entertainment Editor

  Ben Seavey, ALHS junior, recently experienced something that opened his eyes to the terrible conditions of Minnesota roads. On Oct. 18,...  Read More »

Nov 25

Sports Over Winter Break

Sports Over Winter Break

Kathryn Flaherty, Artist

The bell will ring on Wednesday Dec. 22, signalling the end of the school day and students will flood through the doors, saying goodbye to sc...  Read More »

Nov 25

No Money? No Problem.

No Money? No Problem.

Jasmine Becker, Design Editor

As soon as Halloween passes, orange and black is replaced with green and red. From downtown Albert Lea streets to grocery stores, there is a...  Read More »

Nov 25

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News

Make Up Days

Emily Wangen, Online Editor

As of February 9th we have had three snow days. With the 2015-2016 school calendar being tight for instructional days there will be days that...  Read More »

February 9, 2016

Lindsey Horejsi (12) received a certificate of recognition from Mayor Rassmussen during tonight's city council meeting

Horejsi Recognized by Mayor

December 14, 2015

Winter Activities

October 12, 2015

The new drinking fountain attachment will make it much easier to fill up water bottles.

Water Those

October 1, 2015

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Looking Ahead

  1. Valentine’s Day

    February 14
  2. No School

    February 15
  3. President’s Day

    February 16 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  4. Read Across America Day

    March 2
  5. Spring Break

    March 21 - March 25
Survival Guide

Survival Guide

Maddy Funk, Activities and Entertainment Editor

  Ben Seavey, ALHS junior, recently experienced something that opened his eyes to the terrible conditions of Minnesota roads. On Oct. 18,...  Read More »

November 25, 2015

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Hazardous Holidays

November 25, 2015

Remembering Erin Finnegan

November 25, 2015

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Humane Society

November 25, 2015

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Human Sacrifice

Human Sacrifice

Izzy Sanchez, Issue Editor

Pushing, shoving, complaining and whining. Students in the Albert Lea High School hallways and lunch line are all too familiar with this. ...  Read More »

September 24, 2015

‘Your Body is a Temple’

August 31, 2014

PEOPLE NEED TO EAT

August 30, 2014

How Much is that Doggie in the Window

August 30, 2014

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Meet the Staff

Kathryn Flaherty
Kathryn Flaherty

Artist

Kathryn "Kady $hack" Flaherty is sixteen years old and is a junior at Albert Lea High School. Kathryn is a three sport athlete who plays soccer, basketball, and softball. She is also involved in Link...  Read More »

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