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Capitol Stormed, Students, Teachers React
Features

Kaleigh Zollman | January 21, 2021

On Jan. 6, a joint session of Congress met to certify the electoral college votes and confirm Joe Biden as the next president. On this same day, President Donald Trump held a rally in order to “Save…

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Opening Up
Coronavirus

Isa Muhlecke | May 26, 2020

Starting on April 2, all non-essential businesses in Nebraska were ordered to close. Businesses like movie theaters, salons, shopping malls and gyms all closed on that day. Since then, Nebraska has started…

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Playing Amid Pandemic
Coronavirus

Ethan Menning | May 19, 2020

Victory after victory. That is the legacy and output of the band program, and this was thought to be interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The closure of school forced the band to cancel many of its competitions.

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Fighting to Stay Open
Coronavirus

Kalei Renner | April 27, 2020

On March 16, Nebraska governor Pete Ricketts made a public announcement that advised Nebraska citizens to maintain a 6-foot distance between themselves and other people and to avoid public gatherings of…

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Business as Usual
Coronavirus

Kaleigh Zollman | April 10, 2020

The extended school closure done in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 has affected prom, spring sports and graduation. Students and teachers have had to adapt to online learning. However, other…

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Coronavirus: A Nation Prepares
Coronavirus

Kaleigh Zollman | March 12, 2020

On March 11, the tenth confirmed case of a pandemic was announced in Nebraska. A new viral strain called COVID-19 began in Wuhan, China in late 2019 and has since spread to over 100 countries. We know…

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Melting the Boundaries
Features

Kalei Renner | December 26, 2019

Sophomore Cadance Rohrer has been welding since the beginning of freshman year. Not only does she participate in welding classes, but she also welds and performs similar activities for her family’s business,…

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