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Kansas schools cancel classes due to COVID-19

Faith Holliday, Business Manager

March 12, 2020

COVID-19 was recently announced to be an official global pandemic, with countries all around the world taking action against this virus. In Kansas, preparations have begun in order to combat this disease. Several Kansas coll...

New Honors Society Created at South

Emily Gray, Reporter

March 11, 2020

Rho Kappa is an honors society based on social studies for students who want to be included at school. It is a new society at South this year. Nickolas Wheeler, social studies teacher, is the sponsor for Rho Kappa. “As this...

Performing arts ignored at school events

Hannah Holliday, Copy Editor

March 5, 2020

Many students are insulted by the school’s recent lack of recognition for the performing arts. The third quarter pep assembly took place on January 23 and it left many students upset. At the assembly, the winter sports te...

Senior timeline to help aid in preparing for graduation

Megan Stoerman, Editor-In-Chief

February 26, 2020

As the end of third semester draws near and plans of spring break rustle in students’ heads, many seniors start to find themselves wondering what needs to be done next before the big day of graduation rolls around. From prom to...

The Impeachment of President Trump

Elijah Nichols, Reporter

February 12, 2020

For only the third time in history, an American president was on trial in the Congress. Impeachment is a process that allows legislative figures in the House of Representatives to hold other officials like the president, c...

How to avoid getting sick this winter

Megan Stoerman, Editor-In-Chief

January 31, 2020

With the winter season still upon us for a couple more months, many find themselves looking left and right for ways to avoid getting sick. From getting the flu shot, to using hand sanitizer and taking vitamin C tablets, there are...

Caution on Corona

Elijah Nichols, Reporter

January 31, 2020

The  China coronavirus outbreak that started to spread across the oceans is now becoming a global emergency that can not be ignored. The death toll has risen to 170 in China, with more than 7,700 confirmed cases of infecti...

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