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The Fight for Machu Picchu

The Fight for Machu Picchu

Emma LeDent, Web Editor March 25, 2021

Back in 2018 the peruvian government announced plans for a new airport in Chinchero. An airport here would allow for more direct travel to Cusco, and therefore make it far easier for tourists to visit Machu...

Teachers line up outside of Millard North High School prior to their 9am appointments. Photo credit by Kayla Anderson

Vaccination Sensation

Abbey Miller, Newspaper Adviser March 11, 2021

Relief. This is the feeling that hundreds of Elkhorn Public School’s teachers felt after receiving the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine on Saturday, March 6. Many states began allowing...

Self-driving Smart Car Auto Parking

Surviving the High School Parking Lot

Chloe Gregg, Reporter March 1, 2021

It’s eight in the morning. You're waiting in the never ending line to turn into the highschool parking lot. It’s now 8:05am and you are still in line. The fear begins to set in. You have only five...

Blackouts Rolling in

Blackouts Rolling in

Cambri Rolfes, Design Editor-In-Chief February 22, 2021

Valentine’s Day weekend brought some of the coldest temperatures on record for Omaha and surrounding cities. Not only were people across the state plagued with wind chills below -30 degrees, but Omaha...

SOCA: A New Group Making a Big Difference

SOCA: A New Group Making a Big Difference

Ella Pollard, Reporter February 5, 2021

Elkhorn South High School has dozens of clubs all designated to make the community a better place. This year a new club was added to that collection. Students of Color Alliance, otherwise known as SOCA...

Paint The World Green 

Paint The World Green 

Addy Fowler, Reporter February 5, 2021

A club that prioritizes the state of the environment as well as the practice of sustainability has formed at Elkhorn South.  The Green Team is a new club that hopes to involve the student body in a collective...

The Case for Snow Days

Ellie Adamson, Reporter February 4, 2021

There is nothing better than waking up on a chilly January morning to learn that school has been cancelled for the day because of the snow. As a child, this meant racing outside to build a snowman or go...

The Story of Brandon Bernard

The Story of Brandon Bernard

Emma LeDent, Web Editor December 11, 2020

Brandon Bernard was 18 when he was arrested for being an accomplice in a murder. He and others played a role in the death of a couple. Brandon was sentenced to death, living out 22 years on death row. In...

Screening For Help: The Quiet, Dark Truth for Children in Isolation

Cambri Rolfes, Design Editor-In-Chief December 9, 2020

In the midst of all the craziness that the world has become over the past year, one major idea has been universallized as COVID-19 continues to wreak its havoc on society as we knew it: isolate. This term,...

A Golden Game for a Golden Girl

A Golden Game for a Golden Girl

Anna Campbell, Reporter October 22, 2020

On this crisp September night, excitement was murmuring through the stands. The Friday night lights are finally back in session as the student section seniors finally returned to the stands.  The September...

Where School Spirit Meets Controversy

Where School Spirit Meets Controversy

Cambri Rolfes, Design Editor-In-Chief October 22, 2020

  When the football team walked off the field after their victory over Kearney on October 18th, 2020, the only headlines anticipated were from local gazettes and heralds publicizing the high school’s...

The New Normal in Fashion Week

The New Normal in Fashion Week

Mila Skrivan, Content Editor-In-Chief October 14, 2020

Fashion week is a coveted week in the fashion world. It is the time brands are able to show off their work for the upcoming season, and unbenounced to most the fashion capitals of the world continued on...

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