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CORONAVIRUS: THE LOST SPRING

CORONAVIRUS: THE LOST SPRING

Hadley Goodvin, Reviews Editor

April 3, 2020

The extended closing of Sandpoint High because of the coronavirus may seem like a dream-come-true to some, but many students are feeling the impact it is having on learning and activities. The school closure, which took affect March 17 for the Lake Pend Oreille School district, has impacted students...

MEET THE DISTINGUISHED YOUNG WOMEN

MEET THE DISTINGUISHED YOUNG WOMEN

Molly Balison, Lifestyle Editor

March 16, 2020

Young ladies in the junior class have the opportunity to learn, practice, and showcase various skills and etiquette to compete for scholarships in the program known as Distinguished Young Women. The girls will be judged on five categories which include scholastics, fitness, self expression, talent, and in...

6 WAYS COVID-19 HAS TAKEN A LOCAL TOLL

6 WAYS COVID-19 HAS TAKEN A LOCAL TOLL

Emi Lynch, Editor-in-Chief

March 12, 2020

March Madness cancelled, Tom Hanks diagnosed, Disneyland closed, NBA season suspended, and European travel plans postponed. The widespread coronavirus has resulted in 120,000 cases worldwide, and more than 4,300 deaths. The pathogen has made national headlines daily for a while now, and will likely co...

ADDRESSING LOCAL CORONAVIRUS RUMORS

ADDRESSING LOCAL CORONAVIRUS RUMORS

Emi Lynch, Editor-in-Chief

March 2, 2020

At this point, you’ve probably heard multiple rumors on the quickly spreading, seemingly daunting Coronavirus, otherwise known as COVID-19. With all of this information circulating around, it can be hard to know what’s factual or fictional. The pathogen has killed more than 3,000 people, has result...

MADE WITH LOVE

MADE WITH LOVE

Emi Lynch and Abigail Hendricks

February 14, 2020

During Valentines Day, Sandpoint High School's very own welding club has chosen to put their own spin on making valentines, rather than the typical box brand from Walmart. Creating roses made of metal has become a tradition for the welding class, ever since Mr. Stark had become a teacher. Although th...

MILES ABOVE THE REST

MILES ABOVE THE REST

Hadley Goodvin, Reviews Editor

February 14, 2020

It is no secret that there are multiple married staff members throughout the halls of SHS. This school year, there's been an addition to that number; Principal Mr. David Miles, and Mrs. Sarah Miles. This is not the first time they have been the “new staff couple”; they met at SHS years ago when ...

TEEN COLLEGE STUDENT

TEEN COLLEGE STUDENT

Molly Balison, Lifestyle Editor

December 18, 2019

For some students, the public school system is not an ideal place to thrive. Students like Libby McLaughlin prefer to control their own path concerning their education. McLaughlin is one of the few part-time high school students who are also enrolled in college.  McLaughlin admits that she does not do well ...

“THIS CHRISTMAS NIGHT”: A PRODUCTION IN THE MAKING

“THIS CHRISTMAS NIGHT”: A PRODUCTION IN THE MAKING

Molly Balison, Lifestyle Editor

December 11, 2019

Allegro Dance Studio and The Suzuki String Academy are teaming up this holiday season to organize an ambitious Christmas production combining live music and choreography from local students. On December 14th, there will be a matinee at 2pm and an evening gala at 7:30pm. The evening gala will be an eve...

GIVING THANKS

GIVING THANKS

Wil Auld, Max Reed

November 28, 2019

NEW HEIGHTS

NEW HEIGHTS

Olivia Lynch, Copy Editor

November 20, 2019

For most people, flying a plane is something that happens in dreams. For senior Brody Ponsness, this experience is a reality that’s incorporated into his everyday life. Ponsness says that his interest in flying started as a child and has only grown into a passion since. “It evolved into having the...

SANDPOINT’S PASSION FOR THE PLANET

SANDPOINT’S PASSION FOR THE PLANET

Molly Balison, Lifestyle Editor

November 8, 2019

In this day and age, it is difficult to avoid the urgent environmental issues surrounding us, from climate change, to extinction and endangerment of species, to overwhelming population growth. “The unfortunate part of studying Environmental Science is you realize just what a crisis the planet is in....

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