Wallflowers

Wallflowers

Kylie Montgomery, Business Manager

December 20, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Wallflowers: the students you didn't know

Casey Thompson is a pretty weird person. She never fails to make the people she's around laugh. Thompson is always the life of the party. There's always something to remember when she's around. One time she was hanging out with friends and she started speaking in a British accent. No one knew why, but...

Weird Things At Knoch #3

Weird Things At Knoch #3

Adison Trofimuk, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018


Filed under Weird Things at Knoch

Hello everyone, in this weeks blog of Weird Things at Knoch I am going to be covering our cafeteria and their condiment policy. As you all know Ranch costs us 50 cents to buy, while all the other condiments like ketchup, bbq sauce, hot sauce, mayo, and salad dressing are free. Many of you have the same...

Political Stuff You Should Know #2

Political Stuff You Should Know #2

Jacob Mock, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018


Filed under Political Stuff You Should Know

On the second edition of Political Stuff You Should Know we have some unique characters. First we have the legendary meme master himself, Marcus Johnson. The second victim is every ones favorite Wikipedia loving English Teacher, Mr. Miller.   Who is your U.S. Representative? Correct Answers...

Coffee Craver #2

Coffee Craver #2

Emma Velesig, Layout Editor

December 19, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Commons Coffee

So, for round 2 of this bad boy, I interviews my dear friend and avid coffee enthusiast, junior Rory McCune. Being a triathlete in volleyball, swimming and track, she's grown fond of the coffee world always keeping her awake and alert after practices and games and meets. Keep reading to get an inside...

Raccoons, Plastic Babies, and Figurines upon Figurines; Author’s Story

Raccoons, Plastic Babies, and Figurines upon Figurines; Author’s Story

Grace Phillips, Staff Writer

December 19, 2018


Filed under Blogs, What's the strangest thing in your room?

In my family, I've always been the so called "hoarder".  Considering the fact that I collected toilet paper tubes and asked for a cardboard box for my tenth birthday, I'd probably have to agree with them (it was for a fort). I've always had weird collections growing up. Pounds of seaglass from Lake...

A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding

Camryn Lilley, Editor-In-Chief

December 18, 2018


Filed under No Negativity, Uncategorized

  Rating: TV-PG My Score: 3.4/10 Netflix Description: A year after helping Richard secure the crown, Amber returns to Aldovia to plan their wedding. But her simple tastes clash with royal protocol. My Synopsis: A year after falling in love with the King of Aldovia, Amber is still running...

Art Work #3

Art Work #3

Lillie Leasure, Staff Writer

December 18, 2018


Filed under Art Observed, Blogs

English Teacher Mrs. West had a tile painted last year after an eager student (senior Mackenzie Mead) asked to paint one. “Mackenzie noticed that I didn’t have any tiles painted in my room and asked if I would want her to design and create one”, said Mrs. West. The tile was placed in the room ...

Super Supersets

Super Supersets

Celeste Beacom, Features Editor

December 14, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Piece of Cake: Health and Fitness

Are you tired of picking up a weight and doing the same exercise for 3 reps of 12. I know I am. So why not spice it up with some supersets? Wait… wait …. Wait. You’ve never heard of a superset??? Don’t worry I got you covered. A superset is two exercises performed back to back with no re...

#bestsocialmediaposts week 3

Sammy Jo Barnes, Video Editor

December 12, 2018


Filed under #bestsocialmediaoftheweek

So it's currently that awkward time of the year where it's in between Thanksgiving and Christmas break, no one is really doing anything--Instagram is lacking, Twitter is just full of angry college students complaining about finals, and snapchat...well, same as insta--it's too cold. But alas! Fear not--I...

Scott Fraser

Scott Fraser

Adam Stobert, Staff Writer

December 6, 2018


Filed under Blogs

Scott Fraser   Better days are ahead for this year’s basketball team. After a disappointing season last year only winning one or two games, the Knights are looking for a turn around. Having moved down a section from 5A to 4A the Knights will be playing schools closer to our size. They wil...

Libby Conlon: Tennis Star by Day, Clumsy by Night

Fiona O'Rorke, Sports Editor

December 5, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Sports and Sorts: Students with talents beyond the school day, Uncategorized

Q: What is your talent? A: Tennis and getting injured.   Q: Is this a hobby or do you see yourself doing this as a possible career? A: Hobby, I wanna play in college though.   Q: How many times a week do you do this? A: At most, 6, but right now I am injured.  ...

Concert Blog

Kaya Morgan, Staff Writer

November 30, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Concert Time, Uncategorized

For this blog I interviewed junior Sarah Ivanko, who went to a concert over the summer on June 15th 2018. I hope you enjoy my blog.  Q: What concert have you been too? A: I went to the Dierks Bentley concert.  Q: What is your favorite part about it? A: My favorite part was having fun with my frie...

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