Somehow, walking on the dirt paths through Twin Mill Farm makes you feel at home. Maybe it’s the peaceful landscape off in the distance, maybe it’s the smiling faces of employees walking horses to the barn, or maybe it’s the fact that, for t... Read More »
Both disappointment and pride filled the players and coaches of the girls soccer team after they lost 4-0 to Maize in the 5A state third place game on Saturday, May 28.
The Jaguars had lost to Kapaun Mt. Carmel 1-0 the night before in the state semifinal game, which was delayed due to weather conditions.
Coming off that late night, the team had to quickly shift focus to Maize, which proved to be a challenge, according to junior forward Haley Freeman.
“We knew that Maize was one... Read More »
For students interested in sports medicine or physical therapy, the most applicable knowledge they learn in school might not come from classes like Biology and Human Anatomy and Physiology, or even from time in a classroom. Instead, it could come from spe... Read More »
The Board of Education and district both made steps forward on potentially choosing a new common name for the school district, in an effort to rebrand and unify the entire district. While changing the common name of the district will ultimately be ben... Read More »
Kansas City is an awesome place for music, and very rarely can that be more apparent than at Middle of the Map Fest, a collaborative effort between Ink magazine and The Record Machine, a local record label. In its sixth year, the festival saw some changes... Read More »