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Rogues explode into pepperoni (and other magical happenings)

Brendan Meadows, Opinion Editor

January 26, 2015

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A 4,000 pound rogue accompanied by some companions is traveling down a road. As they are traveling, they come across a small wall. The rogue, extremely unintelligent, attempts to shove his shoes into the wall. In turn, the wal...

Exchange students travel to unfamiliar places

Alexis Baldwin, Reporter

December 10, 2014

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A home away from home. Recently, the high school enrolled a couple new students who came all the way from Germany for the school year, sophomores Sophia Beig and David Kouts. Kouts, who has lived in Germany since the age...

UNUSUAL HOLIDAYS: Goose Day

Brendan Meadows, Opinon Editor

December 8, 2014

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Brendan Meadows Goose Day Spain, 1666: A group of young Spanish people attempt to decapitate a goose hanging from a rope. Nobody knows why. Thus starts one of the Basque people’s traditions: Antzar Eguna, or “Day of the Geese....

UNUSUAL HOLIDAYS: Pi Day

UNUSUAL HOLIDAYS: Pi Day

December 8, 2014

Club provides students with medical opportunities

Tate Banks, Web Editor

November 4, 2014

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Bone marrow, benevolence for troops, bigtime national contests, batteries and Biomed all have one thing in common: HOSA club. For over four years now, students in the Biomed program at the Red River Technology Center have be...

SCARIEST THINGS OF 2014: The Ebola Outbreak

Tate Banks, Web Editor

October 31, 2014

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Lethal African diseases are pretty creepy. Disease epidemics killing United States citizens are likewise unnerving. But a disease that turns its victims’ insides to mush running rampant in underdeveloped African nations and s...

Technology center classes get rearranged

Tate Banks, Web Editor

October 22, 2014

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Electronics is in engineering, engineering is in carpentry, welding has crossed the building and biomed has extra space. These classes, as well as others, have gotten new classrooms, labs and workshops as a result of the reorganizati...

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