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Humane Society

Humane Society

Raelin Bizjak, Editor

November 25, 2015


Filed under Feature, Issue 3

There is the holiday stereotype, that a little kid runs down the stairs to find a little puppy. When you think of a humane society there is always a stereotype too. Loud, noisy, dirty, and unorganized. But have you been to the Freeborn County Human Society?       The HSFC was started in 1976 and didn't ...

The Buzz on Caffeine

The Buzz on Caffeine

Emily Wangen, Online Editor

October 20, 2015


Filed under Feature, Issue 2

Caffeine.       The word in itself may conjure up memories of a certain Hawthorne fourth-grade teacher who drank coffee like there was no tomorrow, or maybe the word caffeine evokes thoughts of the crack of a can as an ice-cold soda is opened on a scorching hot day.       Many p...

Opposites Attract

Jasmine Becker, Design Editor

October 20, 2015


Filed under Feature, Issue 2

  Rarely does a person get the courage to go against the unspoken rules of society. What do you do when a sport that interests you is solely for boys? Or the sport you love is labeled as a girls sport?       “My teammates don’t treat me different,” said Kaitlyn Hansen, Southwes...

Meet the Author

Lindsey Freitag, Co-Editor

August 31, 2014


Filed under Feature

  Sitting. Waiting. Feet tapping. Waiting. Daria Snadowsky’s mind wanders as she waits for her name to be called. Her fingers itch for something to do, something to create. A jumble of thoughts spin in her head. Slowly, they start to form a coherent sentence, and her fingers now have som...

The New Face Of Service

Jessi Olson, News and Feature Editor

August 31, 2014


Filed under Activities, Feature

“[NHS] builds that strong value of service, giving back to the community.” -Gina Klennert, NHS head and gym teacher

Bright Futures in Site

Titiana Sanchez, Ad Manager

August 30, 2014


Filed under Activities, Feature

  A narrow row of navy lockers lines the hall, separated by the doors of the music suite. On the right of the entrance, a swaying, faded, red flag is routinely hung. The marble transforms into stiff carpet, and the quiet of the hallway is broken by the practiced notes of music. They are those...

‘[My mom] was just thankful

Lindsey Freitag, Co-Editor

August 30, 2014


Filed under Feature, Inquiry

  For history teacher Kurt Barickman, one of the sacrifices made was the life of his older brother Leon. Leon and Kurt would watch a WWII TV show named Combat! together. This show sparked their enthusiasm and interest in the military. The spark from Combat!, mixed with the fact they both came...

Meet the Managers

Carly Nelson, Photographer

August 30, 2014


Filed under Feature, Sports

Students Chloe Stripe and Cammy Tewes tell how it is as a team manager

Sencio to Try Out for National Orchestra

Bailey Ford, Photographer

August 30, 2014


Filed under Feature

Sencio’s top 10 (ranking from #10 as least liked instrument to play to #1, her favorite) 10. Percussion/drums 9. Trombone 8. Euphonium 7. Ukulele 6. Tuba 5. Flute 4. Guitar 3. Piano 2. Violin 1. Cello

It’s Plane Simple

Syne Barr, Artist

August 30, 2014


Filed under Feature

  Most kids in high school are excited to get their driver’s licences. Juniors Gabbi Hanson and Garrett Matz and sophomore Will Kozelsky are thinking bigger, and a bit more off the ground. They’re getting their pilot’s licenses. Gabbi has always been interested in getting her pilot’s...

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