A Very Special Event: SIU Hosts Special Olympics

McKenzie Rogman, Sports Editor

May 3, 2019

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Each year SIU hosts a Special Olympics for those who have a special need. This will be the 51st Anniversary of the Special Olympics. Around five million athletes participate in these events every single year. Thousands of peopl...

A Different Kind of Competition: Academic Challenge

Jamie Leonard, Staff Writer

May 3, 2019

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A select few of students around Carterville High School participate in a group called ACES. This group competes with their knowledge on academic subjects. On April 23, these students attended a state competition in Eastern Il...

Coincidence…or Faulty Mechanics?

Annika Jansen

April 30, 2019

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On Monday October 29th, 2018, Lion Air Flight 610 boarded 181 passengers of men, women, children, and eight crew members, 189 people in total. All were completely oblivious of the horror they would soon face, which would change their...

A Season of Giving

Tobias Beyke

December 14, 2018

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Nearly every family has their own holiday traditions to follow. Some people throw extravagant parties to celebrate the season, while others prefer to spend their time in quiet contemplation. However unique their traditions may be,...

Candy Cane Lane

Macey Keim, Staff Writer

December 14, 2018

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The spectacular lights in West Frankfort began on what is now known as Candy Cane Lane, across from FCHS. On December 1st, the line to Candy Cane Lane on Main Street was a few blocks long and only got longer as the night went...

Christmas is Back in Carterville

Julie Walder, Staff Writer

December 14, 2018

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On December 7, 2018, Carterville, Illinois, welcomed Christmas with open arms. Shops started decorating and putting out stands for games and treats, and many families and friends gather all around to spend time together even in ...

Silence: The Deadliest Part of Politics

Kyle Wilson, Staff Writer

December 12, 2018

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Currently, the US is so fiercely politically divided that one of the only things the two parties can come to an agreement on is just how divided they seem to be.   Since the 2016 presidential election, politics has been one of t...

A Day with FCCLA

Ryley Bisaillon, Staff Writer

December 11, 2018

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On one windy day in October, the Carterville FCCLA (Family Community Career Leaders of America) members loaded up the bus and embarked on a memory filled day at SIUC. They were greeted upon arrival with a buffet style snack bar t...

Tis The Season To Be Shopping

Chloe Finn, Staff Writer

December 5, 2018

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Two types of people exist around the last couple weeks of November; those who focus on the food associated with Thanksgiving and those who focus on the deals associated with Black Friday shopping. For some, Black Friday shopping...

Carterville Students Become CNAs

Caylah Keim, Staff Writer

November 29, 2018

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John A. Logan brought a brand new opportunity to Carterville by offering the CNA program to students. The program trains and equips students for the skills needed to become a Certified Nursing Assistant. The High School selects ...

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