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Boys basketball falls to Blue Valley 61-47 on senior night

Boys basketball falls to Blue Valley 61-47 on senior night

Nora Lucas, JagWire editor-in-chief

February 27, 2018


Filed under BOYS BASKETBALL, SPORTS, Winter

The boys basketball team fell 61-47 in its last regular season game against the Blue Valley Tigers on Friday, Feb. 23 at home. It was senior recognition night, so all five starters were seniors, allowing senior Ben Weigel to score the first two points of the game, followed by two-pointers by sen...

NHS students participate in the Natalie M. fashion show

NHS students participate in the Natalie M. fashion show

Abby Layton, JagWire A&E editor

January 16, 2018


Filed under NEWS

  The Natalie M. Fashion Show was held at the Doubletree Hotel and Conference Center on Sunday, Jan. 14. 20 National Honors Society members participate in the event, and all of the money raised went back to NHS.   According to NHS co-sponsor Sarah Sides, not every member can particip...

Prices of EpiPens higher than ever before

Prices of EpiPens higher than ever before

Joe McClain and Michael Sandri

September 27, 2016


Filed under NEWS

The EpiPen sold for $100 in 2008, but in the past eight years the price has increased by more than 500 percent according to CNBC. This extreme rise in price has many people concerned. It has also yielded much criticism from politicians such as Sen. Amy Klobuchar, who has even gone as far as to call it...

NHS hosts “Know Ya Boo” game show

NHS hosts “Know Ya Boo” game show

Taylor Anderson, JAG reporter

February 11, 2015


Filed under NEWS, Top stories

Seniors Cody Postlewait and Alex Barney won the “Know Ya Boo” game show contest hosted by NHS on Wednesday, Feb. 11. Other contestants included freshmen Luke Guilford and Hailey Stelle, sophomores Hunter Paxton and Danie Graviette and juniors Meg Gerhart and Will Dervin. The couples sat back to ...

Donating hair to Locks of Love an inspiring experience

Donating hair to Locks of Love an inspiring experience

Maria Guilford, guest reporter

January 29, 2014


Filed under OPINION, Opinion columns

Imagine you are a child who just lost her hair during chemo. You would feel embarrassed which would only add to the suffering of dealing with cancer. With Locks of Love, you can make a difference in the life of a cancer patient one ponytail at a time. I have donated hair to Locks of Love twice, and...

Zoology class dissects shark

Zoology class dissects shark

Taylor Anderson, JAG Reporter

January 21, 2014


Filed under FEATURES

Students in science teacher Eric Thomas’s Zoology class dissected a Dogfish shark on Thursday, Jan. 16 and Friday, Jan. 17. The dissection, one of 12 dissections this semester, taught students the parts of a shark’s body and how they work. This is one of 12 dissections the class will partake in ...

Q&A with sophomore Maria Guilford

Q&A with sophomore Maria Guilford

Erika Kringen, JagWire briefs editor

November 20, 2013


Filed under FEATURES

What got you interested in art? It’s just been really fun for me and I’ve always enjoyed making things. I started very young in the first grade. I have taken a lot of art classes ever since. Art is just a hobby that I love to do. What type of art do you do?  I do mixed media, so basically ...

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