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Slowing it Down

Slowing it Down

Casey Reid and Maren Davidson October 26, 2021

 In late August, the city of Sandpoint painted visible signs on the roads at the beginning of all school zones, indicating a new speed limit. As of recently, all speed limits in the school zones of Sandpoint...

[email protected] With Will Clark and Elly Pincher

October 25, 2021

Cedar Post editor Will Clark speaks with the junior class representative Elly Pincher. Pincher explains how student council planned homecoming and the role of student council.

A Sucker for Kindness

A Sucker for Kindness

Molly Balison February 11, 2021

  To kick off Kindness week, the student council decided to bring back candy grams as a way to spread kindness through Sandpoint High School and celebrate Valentine’s Day. Students can purchase...

A healthcare worker conducts a drive up COVID-19 test

Behind the Mask

Molly Balison, Editor in Chief January 8, 2021

Exhausted from traveling, the emergency medicine physician, Tricia Dickens, roamed the El Paso International airport. She was surrounded by individuals suited up in masks who were booking flights to escape...

Covid Color Changes

Covid Color Changes

Chris Koch, News Editor & Co Radio Editor December 30, 2020

The Lake Ponderay School District has been modifying their original COVID-19 protocols. The original color plan included green (no community spread), yellow (Minimal to moderate community spread), orange...

COVID-19 Vaccines

COVID-19 Vaccines

Chris Koch, News Editor & Co Radio Editor November 26, 2020

The Coronavirus pandemic seems to be far from over, but news from the past couple of weeks has shed light on some possible solutions to the pandemic and has given rise to hope.  Three COVID-19 vaccines...

5 Successful Stocks

5 Successful Stocks

Peyton Mullen, Graphic Design Editor November 24, 2020

Here is a list outlining some of the popular and potentially profitable stocks going into 2021. This is not a what to buy list. It is strongly encouraged to do your own research before investing in anything,...

Protestors stand on Divison street in front of the SHS parking lot holding up their anti-mask signs.

Local Group Protests Mask Mandate

Lucy Allen, Multi-media & Reviews Editor October 26, 2020

The national protests over mask mandates has made its way to 410 S. Division Street.  Last Monday and Friday, a group of students, parents, and community members gathered outside of Sandpoint High...

Senior Conagher McCown lines up a cross.

[email protected]: Boys Soccer Heads to State

Dillon Terry, Sports Editor October 20, 2020

After defeating Moscow 3-0 at districts, the boys soccer team prepares for the state championship. The team captains share how their season has been,  memorable experiences from being on the team, and...

Members of student council hang handmade posters that say what each dress up day during spirit week is.

A Different Homecoming

Molly Balison and Lucy Allen October 14, 2020

Homecoming week is here. It is one of the most anticipated weeks of the school year. However, there are some events missing this year such as powderpuff, pep rallies, and the finale of the week- a homecoming...

Some homecoming nominees show off their decorated Ss.

2020 Royalty Nominees

Dillon Terry and Molly Balison October 13, 2020

Freshman Lord Nominees Khyrin Riddle Hunter Garcia  William Clark Jacob Davis   Lady Nominees Makenzie Eden Mateja Ribeiro  Grace Giles Reese Vernon   Sophomores Duke...

Camille Neuder holds the medal she received from winning Sandpoints Distinguished Young Women program.

Meet Idaho’s Distinguished Young Woman

Molly Balison and Wil Auld October 7, 2020

A year ago, when Senior Camille Neuder walked into the Distinguished Young Women informational meeting out of curiosity, she had no idea that the program would have a huge impact on her life. She didn’t...

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