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7 Twombley sculptures set to join his paintings

7 Twombley sculptures set to join his paintings

Ellie Lehto, Journalist
November 21, 2016
Filed under News

Cy Twombley Jr. was an American artist born in the 1920s. Cy’s mediums were painting, sculpting, and photography. Twombley started to work on his collection of 10 paintings in the spring of 1977, and they were completed by 1978. He has a painting collection, displayed at the Philadelphia Museum...

Paris Attacks: Victims Remember

Paris Attacks: Victims Remember

Ellie Lehto, Journalist
November 21, 2016
Filed under News, Showcase

On November 13th, 2015, the world sat in shock after a series of bombings and shootings in Paris, arranged by Isis. The attacks were located in three main areas of Paris: the Stade de France, a few bars and cafes, and the Bataclan which is a small theatre venue. After the attacks, some of the victims...

Trump gives insight to presidency on “60 Minutes”

Trump gives insight to presidency on “60 Minutes”

Renee Schroeder, Journalist
November 18, 2016
Filed under Everything Elections, News, Showcase

Sunday night, president-elect Donald Trump sat down with 60 Minutes to discuss his campaign and the future of his administration in office. For Trump supporters, his seemingly professional attitude was not much of a surprise. But for non-supporters, Trump’s demeanor was more toned down than exp...

Shakopee student charged with sexual assault

Shakopee student charged with sexual assault

Jaren Martin, Journalist
November 18, 2016
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On Tuesday, November 1, 2016, an 18-year old high school student at Shakopee High School was arrested after a reported sexual assault during the school day. The male student reportedly asked his female friend to leave class and go get a drink from the water fountain. He grabbed the female student...

Statue-shattering selfie

Statue-shattering selfie

Cami Doman, Journalist
November 18, 2016
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Add "breaking 18th-century statues" to reasons why millenials are the worst.   A Brazillian tourist visiting the Lisbon's National Museum of Ancient Art in Portugal had the brilliant idea to take a selfie in front of a priceless statue last weekend. He walked backward toward the statue to...

Guytano- behind the band

Guytano- behind the band

Emma Zenzen, Journalist
November 18, 2016
Filed under News, Showcase

From making a debut at the 2016 SHS homecoming football game to recently performing in Minneapolis, if you aren't talking about the local, alternative band Guytano, you should be now. Guytano includes lead singer, Grant Hamilton, Eddie Hamilton playing bass, guitarist Jack Hebert, and drummer Isaac Hesse....

Trump’s first 100 days

Trump’s first 100 days

Alex Pringle, Journalist
November 11, 2016
Filed under Everything Elections, News, Showcase

The American people chose Donald Trump to be the next president of the United States on November 8th, and he has declared what his plans are for the first 100 days of his presidency. According to Minnesota Public Radio, this plan will start with honesty and accountability to bring change. His firs...

Boy gives birthday money to fallen deputy’s family.

Boy gives birthday money to fallen deputy’s family.

Beth Bierscheid, Journalist
November 10, 2016
Filed under News

Brandon Bautista is a young boy who wanted to make a difference in the world. Everyday when he would leave his house he would pass by the memorial site of Deputy Brandon Collins. Master Deputy Collins had worked at the Johnson County Sheriff's office for almost 21 years. He was killed September 11, 2016...

Yay for the CMA’s!!!

Yay for the CMA’s!!!

Beth Bierscheid, Journalist
November 10, 2016
Filed under News

On Wednesday, November 2nd the 50th annual CMA's (Country Music Association Awards Show) was aired. The opening of the show involved a seemingly endless parade of country artists coming together to create one amazing song. It began with Vince Gill, Ben Haggard, Brad Paisley, Roy Clark, Carrie Und...

Pink: Stronger than Heroin

Pink: Stronger than Heroin

Sloan Schwarzentraub, Journalist
November 9, 2016
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Known by chemists as U-47700, Pink, is eight times stronger than heroin, and is slowly causing more and more deaths across the country. This synthetic opioid is being shipped to the U.S. legally from China and other countries. What brought so much attention to this drug was the death of two 13-year-old...

Free the orcas

Free the orcas

Alex Pringle, Journalist
November 9, 2016
Filed under Features, News

One of Sea World's biggest attractions is their orca exhibit and has been for many years, attracting tourists from all over the world. Sea World and others may not have considered until recently that keeping orcas in captivity in a tank barely bigger than the whales themselves is actually a terrible...

It’s 2016, and even coffee is getting political

It’s 2016, and even coffee is getting political

Holly Greer, Journalist
November 6, 2016
Filed under Everything Elections, News, Showcase

Prior to Election Day 2016, Starbucks has debuted a new "green cup" to promote unity in a year of divisiveness. While Starbucks is still serving their traditional holiday beverages, they just aren't being provided in the iconic red holiday cup. The new green cups feature an illustration by Shogo Ota,...

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