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Will Tuesday’s Snow, Hit or Miss?

3 years ago yesterday was the anniversary of Kansas City’s last 3 inch, or more snowstorm. That seems hard to believe considering we’ve had a lot of 1-2 inch snowstorms, but none above 2.3 inches, let alone 3. Tuesday may finally break this dry spell, but their are a lot

South Boy’s Golf

The Golf team has always been quite hard to make, and it’s only getting harder, especially for the older players. Coach Magles believes it’s very smart to keep younger players because they have four years to develop into much better golfers.   Junior, Nick Ryan, has been playing golf for 5 years

Lettuce Club Hold’s 2nd Annual Meeting

A PHS tradition continued at students from all grades took on one of the mightiest challenges in their student career. Eating a head of lettuce, in the shortest amount of time as possible. Dozens of students competed in chowing down the green, but only one came out on top, to

Culture Fair

On Monday, November 20, and Tuesday, November 21, students met in the library to learn about world cultures - from other students. Either students from certain places presented booths, like Jazeel Banton, sophomore, who moved here from Jamaica, or students who had an interest in a certain place had booths,

New look at the K

  The grounds crew at Kauffman Stadium is making big changes for the upcoming season. They are redoing the whole field and taking it apart. The K now is just a giant field of dirt. The K is not looking as good as it normally does at the moment, but when

The Opioid Epidemic

Everyday, 1,000 people are treated in emergency departments for misusing prescription opioids. President Trump last thursday declared the opioid crisis a public health emergency, delivering on one of his campaign promises. However, his failure to declare it a “national emergency”, like he promised he would, limits the amount of funding

Red Ribbon Week

Natural Helpers have covered the school in red to celebrate Red Ribbon Week, a national drug and alcohol prevention campaign. About 80 million participate in Red Ribbon Week nationwide, and it’s the oldest and biggest drug prevention program in the country. The purpose of Red Ribbon Week is to bring

An Act of Pure Evil

On September 6, mass murderer Stephen Paddock rained open fire over the Route 91 Festival in Las Vegas, leaving 58 people dead and 489 wounded. Paddock made his sniper nest on the 32 floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel, with 23 firearms in his room. After the shooting, lasting around 10