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
Tulip Bulbs, Dotcom stocks, Bitcoin? There will always be a new craze that everyone is flocking towards, but it almost inevitably ends in disaster. Bitcoin has made massive headlines this year, surpassing $10,000 for the first time ever, and even reaching $18,000 currently. This kind of growth is unprecedented, and has
Whether you think we need to put forces on the ground or not, it’s becoming more and more obvious that something has to be done to stop these groups.
The first annual 3v3 basketball tournament will be held in the large gym during tutorial. This tournament is held by Student Council and it is single elimination tournament with a consolation bracket. The last two teams in the tournament will play a portion of the final game will play a
Even though the Kansas City Royals won game 1, an even bigger loss occurred. Daniel Volquez, the father of starting pitcher Edinson Volquez, passed away just hours before his son was sent out to pitch in World Series Game 1. Daniel Volquez was 63 and died in the Dominican Republic from
The past year our country has suffered over 52 tragedies in the form of school shootings. They occur in all different forms and leave everyone looking for an answer as to what caused such devastating events. Out of the total amount of shootings 21 have been colleges/universities, 15 have been high
South student tried for alleged racism act.
After a two hour lock down, South students and parents are still searching for answers.
The Winnetonka Invitational is one of the biggest tournaments of the year for the Wrestling team, and they do not take it lightly.
Victim of Taliban brutality, Aesha Mohammadzai, is on her way to having a new face and life