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Los Alamos library one step closer

Los Alamos library one step closer

Forest Starr

April 10, 2015


Filed under Multimedia

Board members of the library district arranged a day for the Los Alamos community to continue work on a future library site. The town has come a long way in making the library a powerful tool of the community.

Helping hands

Helping hands

Jamie Mills

March 24, 2015


Filed under School News

The gift that every construction class student and teacher was responsible for giving senior Jacob Spiller was simply just a ramp. However, this slanted piece of wood--to assist Jacob in getting inside his house after a recent osteosarcoma surgery--was nothing compared to the gift that Jacob really received...

Senior brings hope to Dominican families

Senior brings hope to Dominican families

Lauren Cohen

March 16, 2015


Filed under Features

“Vaca Flaca! Vaca Flaca!" Jessica Powell walked down the dirt roads of Las Canas in the Dominican Republic amid the chants. At the beginning of the summer, the chants following her had been suspicious and insulting, rather than the endearing nickname of “skinny cow.” Derogatory whispers...

AmeriCorps volunteer making a difference at TAHS

AmeriCorps volunteer making a difference at TAHS

Kendra Wertz

March 16, 2015


Filed under School News, Showcase

Most Tyrone High School students and faculty know Miss Chelsey Markel as the math tutor. It’s her job to help students who have not passed their Keystone math exams get ready for retakes by providing individual or small group tutoring. What most people don’t know is that Markel is also an AmeriCorps...

PHS student volunteers time at Maryland Zoo

PHS student volunteers time at Maryland Zoo

Hannah Stoller

March 10, 2015


Filed under Profiles

Throughout the year, each Pikesville student has his or her own preferred way to spend the weekend. Some hang out with friends, some attend football games, some work, and some choose to stay home and catch up on sleep. However, not many students can say that they spend eight hours of their day standing...

Alumnus helps fight Ebola in Sierra Leone

Alumnus helps fight Ebola in Sierra Leone

Elizabeth Driver, John Carroll High School

February 5, 2015


Filed under Features, Health, Showcase

In order to not become contaminated, a family reluctantly stands a safe distance away from the burial of their loved one. They gaze upon Public Health Officials dealing with the body to prevent Ebola from spreading to any more people. Though the family would prefer to prepare and bury the relative themselves,...

Alumni association hopes to support students via #GivingTuesday

Alumni association hopes to support students via #GivingTuesday

Sydney Kinzy, Parkway West HS, Ballwin, Mo.

December 4, 2014


Filed under News, School News

Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday and the latest edition to the holiday shopping mantra … #GivingTuesday. The idea is simple. Just find a way for your family, your community, your company or your organization to come together to give something more. Then tell everyone you can about how you are giving. The Parkway Alumni ...

Iowa school play benefits Ferguson student actors

Iowa school play benefits Ferguson student actors

Sophia Schlesinger and Ellis Fontana

December 2, 2014


Filed under News, School News, Showcase, Theater

The cast is gone, the set has been stripped, the lights taken down and the curtain tucked away. However, the legacy of "The Diviners" endures beyond the confines of Opstad Auditorium. Miles away in Ferguson, Mo., drama students are being given the opportunity to attend Missouri’s state festival, thank...