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Seventh grader Gabbie Loberg winds up to return the serve on Sept. 14. She is one of multiple middle schoolers on varsity.

Young athletes on high school teams

Thomas Halverson October 2, 2023

Most high school sports teams have allowed middle school students to join high school sports teams due to merit-based performances or no cut policies. This allows for middle school athletes to play at...

Summer soccer skills program

Summer soccer skills program

Layla Mickelson May 29, 2023

During the summer, there are many opportunities that are available to high school students. One that is offered to all aspiring female soccer students is the soccer skills program run by head coach Anne...

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‘The Album’ of the summer?

Layla Mickelson May 19, 2023

Disney's favorite trio is back with a new album, “The Album,” which was released May 12. The Jonas Brothers have come back together after their release of “Happiness Begins” in 2019. It was an...

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No beef with ‘Beef’

Layla Mickelson April 19, 2023

Bone chilling suspense, with twists and turns that take you anywhere you don’t expect. This is what you’re in for when you sit down to watch this recent A24 production. With astounding ratings of 98%...

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‘Higher Than Heaven’ isn’t that high

Layla Mickelson April 9, 2023

After a few long years, Ellie Goulding released a new album called, “Higher Than Heaven" on April 7. It’s been three years since the release of Ellie Goulding's last album, “Brightest Blue,” and...

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The magic of ‘The Magician’s Elephant’ keeps dreams big

Layla Mickelson March 22, 2023

Since the release of the book “The Magician's Elephant” in 2009, many hearts have been captivated by the children's tale full of faith and hope. Now, years later, it has been created into a movie that...

Club adviser Emma Engebretson speaks to students about Model UN March 1. This was the clubs first in-person meeting this year.

Model United Nations makes its mark

Layla Mickelson March 6, 2023

After many years with limited government related extracurriculars, Park students have stepped up and started a new program involving diplomacy and international relations. After participating in the...

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SICK! chaotic masterpiece

Lauren Thon January 27, 2022

Like many Earl Sweatshirt fans, I have been waiting for a new album for a while now. Earl Sweatshirt has maintained a large fanbase through his music career. His newest album “SICK!” released on January...

Civics teacher Cassandra  Sheppard classroom with students social distancing and doing working March 16. Hybrid learning has proved beneficial for freshmen and provided learning opportunities for students.

Freshman adjust to hybrid high school

Jordyn Deschamps March 28, 2021

For many freshmen, starting their first year of high school at home wasn't something they expected, but had to do.   For freshman Solei Ceballos, it was tough for her at first to start out online,...

Austin Amelse playing varsity in his first year playing football

Austin Amelse playing varsity in his first year playing football

Adam Gips November 3, 2020

In Austin Amelse’s first year playing football, he has excelled in the sport. According to head coach Jason Foster, Amelse plays like he’s a veteran on the team. “(He’s a) very tough, intelligent...

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