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Annie takes the stage

December 3, 2014

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By Allie Lambert ...

Gospel celebration concert

December 3, 2014

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Celebrating fifteen years of tradition By Raechel Lites  On October 22 Choral Director Mrs. Linda DeRungs and Dr. Roosevelt Escalante from Morehead State University opened the doors for the fifteenth year of the annual Gospel Choir Concert, including the NAHS choir, the Je...

Turnip for what

December 3, 2014

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Healthier options now available in school vending machines By Erin Short  Twas the day after fall break and all through the school, not a Pop Tart was for sale because of the new healthy food rule. Many students are questioning ...

A.L.I.C.E. training

December 3, 2014

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Teachers participate in simulation training to ensure student safety By Julia Campisano  November 4 was an important day, not just for our country’s voters, but for NAHS teachers. While the students enjoyed a day off, the ...

Ebola makes its way to the states

December 3, 2014

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Be proactive, take precautions to remain well By Julia Campisano  The newest buzz is the recent spread of Ebola here to the United States from West Africa. Though the outbreak in West Africa is much worse than the few cases ...

Hallway happenings

December 3, 2014

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Ib Individual oral commentary Starting mid-December, IB students will begin the process of completing their IOC (individual oral commentary), a presentation in which they will orally annotate pieces of literature and poems they h...

Sleepless in school

October 28, 2014

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Pediatricians recommend teens get 9+ hours of sleep per night By Julia Campisano Teenagers across the states are all struggling to keep up with the early school schedules. 9 1/2 hours is what teens really need to get to fun...

Harvest of honor

October 28, 2014

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Fall festival's theme set to honor Armed Forces  By Chaireth Jones  Fall is right around the corner and we all know what that means, some of people’s favorite fall festivities are starting to begin. One of those festivities ...

Tweet or delete

September 17, 2014

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Student's "digital tattoo" reveals more to colleges than the common application By Kaelin Dodge With the year in full swing, seniors are in a rush to finalize their college applications while appearing to be the most qualified ...

The dangers of tanning beds

May 22, 2014

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Tanning beds can be a cheap, easy and quick way to get the dark summer skin that almost everyone wants when it starts to get warm out. By Kiersten Fenwick Most people know that tanning beds can be dangerous for your skin, but never ...

Winter 2013-2014 one to remember

May 5, 2014

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While spring is coming in like a lion, winter went out like one producing one final blast, which resulted in a rare April snow. By Bret Walts The April snow did enough to break the daily record for snowfall on April 15, how...

Fourth season of American Horror Story to be a “freakshow”

April 21, 2014

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Bearded ladies, terrifying clowns, and Jessica Lange, oh my! By Shane Carver As if haunted houses, possessed nuns, and a coven of crazed witches weren’t enough… Now clowns are being launched into the mix? Creators Ryan M...

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