Jeniah Thompson: An Astounding Athlete

Kasha Ward, Staff Writer

February 7, 2020

  Senior basketball power house Jeniah Thompson is currently going through her final basketball season as a highschooler. Since this is occurring, it seems necessary to appreciate all of her accomplishments and take a ...

High School Stressors

Bailey West, Staff Writer

February 7, 2020

Research papers, as we all know, can be boring, stressful, and uninterrupted. This spring semester, students at Carterville High School are preparing for the research paper. Juniors and Seniors will be assigned a topic provid...

Pumpkin Path

Brystol Thomas, staff writer

November 1, 2019

What did you do on Halloween? Go trick or treating? Go to a party? Maybe you went to the Pumpkin Path? The Pumpkin Path is an annual Trick or Treating event in downtown Carterville sponsored by the Carterville Chamber of Commerce...

High Expectations or Added Stress?

Zoe Howell, Staff Writer

September 18, 2019

Do you ever wish you could change the rules in our school handbook? Many students disagree with some of the rules and regulations in the handbook, and their arguments are usually reasonable. There are pros and cons to nearly eve...

A Day in the Life of a Lion

Audrey Snyder, Staff Writer

September 17, 2019

After school, Carterville High School students go their separate ways, completing their after school activities. For some students that task is working. For example, when asked about her job, senior Jasmine Beckwith stated, “I ...

A Roaring Good Time

Ryley Bisaillon, Staff Writer

May 9, 2019

The students of Carterville High School caught a glimpse of The Roaring Twenties on Saturday, April 27th. Showcasing the biggest fashion event of the year, an overflow of beautiful dresses hit the stage, leaving the crowd in awe...

A Day with FCCLA

Ryley Bisaillon, Staff Writer

December 11, 2018

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...

Tag, You’re It!

Tomi Boggess, Writer

November 16, 2018

TAG. The game that most of us have seen the group of junior boys running around playing in the halls, the parking lot, and in half the student body’s Snapchat stories. John Weihman, Toby Farrar, Rafe Tuttle, Jacob Gwaltney, and ...

Meet The Lions

Raegan Lewis, Staff Writer

September 29, 2018

Meet the Lions took place on August 17, Friday 2018. It was an event at Carterville High School and multiple clubs, athletes, and students attended! Meet The Lions starts off the school year with the intention of gettin...

Record Breaking Departures from the White House

Haley Mickey, News Editor

March 7, 2018

Every presidential administration experiences their share of staff turnover at the start of a new term.  “Staff turnover” refers to the firings, resignations, departures, and promotions that open up a position in the White...

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