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Revolutionary Game Releases

Assassin’s Creed 3 was released on October 30, 2012 for the game consoles Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and PC. The third entry of this adventurous series takes place in Lexington, New York, Concord and Boston. It is set during the American War for Independence. The game highlights the Boston Tea Party, making the game based […]

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Students celebrate Halloween, partake in festivities

Each year many students anticipate the end of summer and the beginning of fall, especially because of Halloween. In the eighth century, Pope Gregory III designated November 1 as a time to honor all saints and martyrs. The holiday, labeled “All Saints’ Day”, incorporated some of the traditions of Samhain, a Celtic tradition where communities […]

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Senior shares golfing experience

Ryan Daniels ’13 has been playing golf since he was 14 years old. Throughout his career in golf, Daniels has developed a passion for golf that only golfers could understand. “My favorite thing about golf is that it is an individual sport and that it is pretty peaceful,” Daniels said. “It is also a sport […]

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Teams begin preparation for upcoming season

With chilly days and frigid nights becoming more frequent, many students are dreading the upcoming winter and the freezing weather that accompanies it. For some students, however, winter cannot be here quick enough. Though the season is not quite here yet, dedicated athletes are preparing for the winter season ahead time in hopes of getting […]

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Technology Takes Over Classroom

Missed days, missed assignments and lost time are just a few issues faced by high school students. However the advent of new technology helps to combat these issues. Social studies teacher Tony Garrison incorporates technology into all of his lessons. His incorporation of technology is used to reinforce what he teaches daily. Between the actual […]

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Students participate in annual skip day; other skip days are participated in throughout year

Senior Skip Day has been a savored tradition that many of our seniors annually partake in. Senior Skip Day is a yearly event carried out by students who skip school and travel up to the Kentucky State Fair in celebration of their stolen time. This rebellious celebration of their last year of high school is […]

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Players search for ways to achieve goals

The golf season has started off strong with many wins and at tournaments with many individual qualifiers. Like most sport players, golfers dream about getting a high title and going to a state, region or even higher level tournament. Through many hours of practice our golfers strive for the title of Mr. or Miss. Golf. […]

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Cheerleaders take first place at KAPOS in large co-ed division

the cheerleading squad does their routine at kapos. “We competed and when we ended we were happy with at least getting out of there and doing the best we could,” burns said. the cheerleading squad placed first.

The cheerleading squad participated in the Kentucky Association of Pep Organization Sponsors (KAPOS) at Central Hardin on Saturday, January 28. The cheerleading squad competed as a co-ed group for the second time during KAPOS. Many new squad members were nervous but were happy with the routines the team did. “I didn’t think much of it […]

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Multi-sport athelete exhibits great talent

There is a select group of students who exhibit great talent in a wide spectrum of athletic areas. Chanel Roberts (’13) exhibits such talent. Roberts is varsity Girl’s basketball player and State-Runner Up in shot put. On top of that, Roberts has also made earned Honor Roll status, despite losing time to extra curricular activities. […]

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New assistant coach brings with him hopes for success

The new school year brings a new beginning for the wrestling team, one that has promise of success. This year, the team now has a new assistant coach, the same coach who turned North’s middle school wrestling program into a state champion team after two years. Many believe that the new coach Joe Burroughs, “Coach Joe B.”, […]

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