The best stories being published on the SNO Sites network

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The best stories being published on the SNO Sites network

Best of SNO

The best stories being published on the SNO Sites network

Best of SNO

Stories from Highlands High School - KY
Gone in the Fog: One teacher’s pursuit of the truth, fifty years later
Features

Julianna Russ | January 22, 2021

Highland Heights, 1971. A ten-year-old girl. A tragic crime. While many cold cases become more difficult to solve with time, one middle school choir teacher has spent the past year making it her mission…

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Chay Rust: The passion of an aspiring filmmaker
Features

Julianna Russ | November 23, 2020

     In the creative world, it takes time to be noticed. For Chay Rust, he didn’t wait for the film industry to come to him; instead, he stood around on a local film shoot until he got noticed. 

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Scrap Wood Syd: The passion of a student woodworker
Features

Julianna Russ | November 17, 2020

Wooden barrels, two-by-fours, and metalware were scattered in the driveway, clearly indicative of a well-loved workspace. The circular saw whined to a halt, and Syd Bredwell emerged from the garage…

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The unsung hero of the halls
Features

Haley Luersen | November 16, 2020

On a normal day, custodian Jason Moore would wake up bright and early in order to arrive at school before the students. He would be the crossing guard for the students in the morning and again in the afternoon…

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With Privilege Comes Responsibility – three soccer players take a knee, protesting institutionalized racism
Sports

Julianna Russ | October 14, 2020

Blue soccer uniforms lined up in a row. One, two, three… twenty-one Highlands varsity girls soccer players standing with their open palms placed upon their chests. Their heads are turned towards the…

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Schroeder defeats major setback with a race to victory
Sports

Haley Luersen | October 2, 2020

The weather is cool as the sun is hidden behind dreary clouds. The crowd cheers louder and louder as the exhausted runners race to the finish line – pushing harder than ever before. Parents line up at…

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COVID-19 rocks education at Highlands High School
Coronavirus

Lexie Crawford | March 16, 2020

“It’s not a matter of if, but when,” is a quote that’s been heard throughout the halls of Highlands High School these past few weeks. Now, COVID-19 is making this fear a reality. 

In order…

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