Tiger Tales

Interpret this

Rachel Buechel, News Editor

December 18, 2013

Filed under Features

This year group interpretation interprets the tale of a lost fish and his father on a journey to find him. The Pixar Classic Finding Nemo to be exact. Group interpretation is a group of kids taking any book or movie and making ...

School newspaper fandom

School newspaper fandom

November 20, 2013

All about Sheehan

Patrick O'Connell, Editor-in-Chief

October 25, 2013

Filed under Features

National Honors Society sponsor and English teacher extraordinaire, Mrs. Sheehan has been a well-known figure around these parts for twelve years now. Many of us have or had her as a teacher or work with her, so many of us are...

Door decorating superstar

Rachel Buechel, News Editor

October 25, 2013

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Every year during homecoming week each advisory teacher has a competition to decorate their door to the theme of homecoming. Most teachers do not participate in it, however there is one teacher who goes above and beyond to make...

Dressing to the nines

Mike Maticka and Rachel Buechel, Entertainment Editor and News Editor

October 25, 2013

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With Halloween just around the corner, many trick-or-treaters are scrambling around looking for some last minute costumes for the special night. Over the years, trends in Halloween get-ups has changed and this year is no different....

A plague among us

A plague among us

October 23, 2013

Red Ribbon Week

Ashley Satcher, contributing writer

October 23, 2013

Filed under Features

On February 7, 1987 Enrique Camarena, a Mexican-American undercover agent for the United States Drug Enforcement Administration, was abducted in Mexico. Enrique was tortured and murdered on February 9, 1985 in broad daylight. “To...

Mystery light

Jenny Glasscock, Features Editor

September 25, 2013

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There is a half-century old mystery in the village of Paulding, Michigan. This mystery has been given names such as the “Dog Meadow Light” or the “Lights of Paulding”, but it is most commonly known as The Paulding Light....

The amazing Jesus Flores

Lauren Johnson, contributing writer

September 25, 2013

Filed under Features

Left handed and the captain of the varsity soccer team, are just some aspects that begin to explain Joliet west High School’s infamous Jesus Flores. Born in his hometown Cicero, Illinois, July 10th 1996, Flores has been activ...

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