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A guide to help students understand politics before voting

February 14, 2020

By Jasmin Jenkins Editor-in-Chief Understanding politics can be quite challenging. This is simply because there are so many political parties and issues it can get super confusing quick. It’s easy to become a follower of ...

Coronavirus spreads worldwide

February 14, 2020

By Quinton Robertson Design editor The coronavirus first appeared in the central Chinese city of Wuhan. Over 800 people have died, with the first death being outside of mainland China. The United States have confirmed 12 cases of...

Awareness can save a life

October 18, 2019

By Hannah Smith  Reporter Suicide is something bigger than people will make it out to be. Sometimes people aren’t affected, or don’t understand what they are going through so they can’t seem to find the emotions ...

District gets new attendance policy

October 18, 2019

By Amy Pacas Managing Editor This year in the district, there is a new attendance policy. The new policy is almost the same as last year, only now the district has gotten rid of time-for-time, and attendance is being lin...

Schlotzky’s opens location near 40 and 7 highways

October 18, 2019

By Quinton Robertson Design Editor  Schlotzsky’s was recently opened near 40 and 7 in Blue Springs.  Schlotzsky’s was founded in Austin, Texas. This restaurant is known for their sandwiches. I would compare Sch...

JROTC hosts information night

October 2, 2019

Amy Pacas Managing Editor Tonight Souths JROTC will host a military Service Academy and ROTC Information Night in the Performing Arts Center at 7pm. This meeting is mainly for sophomores, juniors, and their families...

Students taking standardized test on Super Test Day

September 30, 2019

By Sam Harding Reporter Super Test day at South will be held on Tuesday. Students from all grades will be taking a standardized test of some type. Seniors will be taking the ACT, paid for by the school district. Juniors...

Measles outbreak sweeps across the U.S.

May 17, 2019

By Elijah Wilkinson Copy Editor Across the United States, measles reports have been randomly popping up at an alarming rate with over 764 outbreaks in a total of 22 states in the country. According to an article by The Associ...

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