Eye of the Viking

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Scary Story

November 13, 2019

Tick. Tick. Tick. Tick. The clock ticked slowly, the sound echoing around the near-silent house. A cruel, emotionless laugh drowned out that familiar, monotone ticking, the only constant thing in this decrepit house since her ar...

Bus 57

Jellie Siat

October 11, 2019

One Shot Two Shot

Declan Eggert

October 9, 2019

Zip! Zip! Zip! I pulled the trigger as fast as I could. Tick! Tick! Tick! Tick! Tick! I could hear the plastic BBs hit the side of the wall I was taking cover behind.    “Hey!” My best friend Dean ran over to t...

EAGLE

Luca Carmichael

October 9, 2019

I reeled in my line so fast that I was shaking. After about 30 seconds my line was in. Nothing. My little fish lure was gone never to be seen again. I cast for about 2 more hours. And then I see my line go down Dale says. “Y...

A Battle of Light and Dark

Sevanah Sandoval

October 9, 2019

Light or dark, light or dark? This thought haunted me as the darkness of the living room squeezed us tightly, and the dim kitchen light tried to shine through in a miserable battle.The air was muggy and the atmosphere gloomy. Ea...

What does being in NJHS mean to you?

Tori Nguyen, Editor

April 25, 2019

NJHS or National Junior Honor Society is a select group of kids who have gotten a 3.75 GPA or above for three semesters straight. Every year in students' 4th semester there is an annual induction ceremony where parents can watch...

The Children Of War: Amnesty or Not?

Hailey Fox, Editor

February 8, 2019

When you think of war, what comes to mind? Grown adult men and women? But to some people, it is children. In some places of the world, such as Yemen there are children who are recruited to go into war with firearms that could be...

Should Child Soldiers Be Given Amnesty?

Hailey Fox, Editor

February 7, 2019

 According to Unicef.org, “Recently, in 25 countries, thousands of children under the age of 16 have fought in the war” (Children as soldiers)  and “In 1988 alone, they numbered as many as 200,000” (Children as sold...

We’re Trapped in here aren’t we?

Victoria Caine and Hailey Hartman

January 11, 2019

       My heels click against the contact of the concrete floor. I can hear the echo drift off into the distance like a boat sailing away to sea. My dress flows from the single gust of wind that found its way down into the...

The Principal’s Coffee Mug

Victoria Caine and  Natalia Patterson

January 8, 2019

      One more minute until the bell rings, I thought as my math teacher lectured the class on adding and subtracting fractions. I didn’t see why we needed to review what we learned in 4th grade as 7th graders, so I wasn’...

Holiday Plans

Zachary Olsson, Contributor

December 20, 2018

The holidays are an exciting time for most people and they have their on ways to spend them. Some like to stay home and relax, others like to do outdoor activities and others spend time with family. Evan Misas said he is going to ...

The Principal’s Coffee Mug

December 19, 2018

       One more minute until the bell rings, I thought as the lectured the class on adding and subtracting fractions. I don't see why we had to review what we learned in 4th grade as 7th graders, so I wasn't listening to the t...

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