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Seniors conclude high school with online classes

For the class of 2020, their last day of class was not filled with cut-up uniforms and cheerful screams, but rather tearful goodbyes as they logged onto Google Meets for the final time. Seniors stuck to the original academic schedule and ended classes Thursday, May 7, five weeks after beginning the distance learning plan. Keep Reading

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Olympics put on hold in until 2021

For the fourth time in history, the Olympic Committee postponed the Summer Olympic Games for one year. The Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Back released news March 17 that the opening Olympic ceremony for the Tokyo Summer Olympics will take place July 24, 2021. Keep Reading

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COVID-19 claims 2020 senior festivities

The COVID-19 crisis continues its worldwide plunder, but seniors feel the effects on an extra-personal level. High school principal Mrs. Elise Blum sent a video update to the Class of 2020 Friday, April 10, in which she broke some news many were afraid to hear. In this article, learn about the status of each senior event. Keep Reading

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Gun sales skyrocket during quarantine

The ammunition website Ammo.com reported a 222% increase in transactions between Feb. 23 and March 15 when compared to the first three weeks in February as well as a 309% increase in revenue over the same period, citing coronavirus fears as responsible for this surge. Keep Reading

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