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Students create and design Literary Magazine

LitMag pictureStory by Warner Otto, Justice Nawman, and Max Franks, photo by Warner Otto

Literary magazine club or more commonly referred to by some as Lit mag, has been meeting since the beginning of the school year. The meetings consist of designing a magazine that we hand out at the end of year.  According to sophomore Caroline Harvey, she likes having the freedom to express her creativity. Continue reading “Students create and design Literary Magazine”

Students celebrate Easter Sunday with family and friends

Easter pictureStory by Warner Otto, Justice Nawman, and Max Franks, photo by Warner Otto

With spring break coming up, that means relaxation, vacations, and Easter Sunday. Students look forward to this break not only because they get to be out of school for a week but also because it gives them an opportunity to spend time with close family and friends. Continue reading “Students celebrate Easter Sunday with family and friends”

Student council election week causes stress for students involved

Story by Lindsay Long, Destiny White, Hannah Wright


Student council election week is a nerve wracking time for all students involved. It gives all students running for positions time to campaign all throughout the school and hang up signs.  Elections took place the week before spring break. Continue reading “Student council election week causes stress for students involved”

Powderpuff girls

IMG_2831.JPGStory by Hannah Wright, Lindsay Long, and Destiny White, photo by Lindsay Long


The time of year has come for the girls to take a turn storming the field and scoring touchdowns. Continue reading “Powderpuff girls”

Why you should avoid “Senioritis”


Story by Haley Dixon

Seniors tend to experience a well-known phenomena called “senioritis.” During the second semester of the school year, right after winter break at the beginning of the new calendar year, the production starts to fall off.

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Dutch Fork celebrates most outstanding year ever


Story and photo by Trey Martin

For a school as large as Dutch Fork, the opportunity for success both in high school and out is high. The academic, artistic and athletic programs offered make Dutch Fork the best public high school in South Carolina and one of the best schools nationwide, but the 2016-17 calendar school year has taken the school to new heights.

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Testing continues for juniors

Story by Justice Nawman, Warner Otto, and Max Franks


It may seem like just yesterday that students took the ACT. As juniors recovered from the crucial test, they prepared for yet another standardized assessment. Workkeys, while not as important as the SAT or ACT, is still a beneficial tool that colleges use to determine a student’s potential success in the workplace. Because of how minor this test is, students received some much needed rest and just kept an open mind. Continue reading “Testing continues for juniors”

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