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GREEN THUMBS UP

GREEN THUMBS UP

McCalee Cain, Lifestyles Editor
June 1, 2017
Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE

Though Sandpoint is virtually untouched by the growing environmental damage visible throughout the rest of the Earth, it is a hotbed of conversation and activism amongst citizens defending it. “The planet is in a world of hurt right now,” environmental science teacher John Hastings said. “[...

IN SHORT

Chloe Edwards, Multimedia Staff
June 1, 2017
Filed under NEWS

Bay Trail Fun Run On June 11 at the Bay Trail near the city beach, friends of the Pend d’Oreille Bay Trail, Idaho Conservation League, and Trinity at City Beach are sponsoring a 5k and 10k run. Summer Sampler At the annual Summer Sampler on June 29, come down to Farmin Park and indulge yours...

GOING CLUBBING: HOSA

GOING CLUBBING: HOSA

Sam Aguirre, Sports Editor
June 1, 2017
Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE

HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) is a club based on the ideas of students learning skills relating to the medical field and testing those skills through competitions. “[The purpose is] to learn new things and find out more about the medical field,”   member Harmony Hendershott said. Schools...

RILEY CREEK WATER FESTIVAL

RILEY CREEK WATER FESTIVAL

Erin Meek, Copy Editor
May 26, 2017
Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE, SLIDESHOWS

This festival focused on water and nature conservation, highlighting topics like watersheds, animal tracks, compass work, trapping and fish populations, and how they affect local communities. Fifth grade students from schools within the Idaho Panhandle participated, including all Sandpoint eleme...

DUI DEMONSTRATION

DUI DEMONSTRATION

McCalee Cain, Lifestyles Editor
May 24, 2017
Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE, SLIDESHOWS

 

LPOSD SCHOOLBOARD ELECTION

Sarah Donnelly, Assistant Web Editor
May 24, 2017
Filed under NEWS

The election for the new school board members occurred on May 16. This election happened to fill positions on the LPOSD school board for three zones. The members of the board are split into zones of residency. There are five zones in the LPOSD district and the election included candidates from zones ...

FIVE STUDENTS WIN AWARDS AT BPA NATIONALS

FIVE STUDENTS WIN AWARDS AT BPA NATIONALS

Amanda Wikoff, Editor-in-Chief
May 18, 2017
Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE

Five Career and Technical Education (CTE) students representing the Business and Information Systems Technology programs taught by Melinda Neiman and Alex Gray placed in the top 10 for their categories at the Business Professionals of America national competition. Each student who traveled to Orlando r...

WHAT THE F?

WHAT THE F?

Hannah Fingel, News Editor
May 9, 2017
Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE

Whether you are walking through the halls, sitting at lunch, or working in class, you will most likely hear the f word used at least once. In fact, In a poll run on shscedarpost.com and the Cedar Post Twitter,  47.8% of the 121 polled responded that they use the f word 16 or more times per day. Does ...

HERITAGE OR HATE?

HERITAGE OR HATE?

McCalee Cain, Lifestyles Editor
May 4, 2017
Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE

Senior Jeremiah Voelz proudly sports the Confederate Flag as a symbol of states’ rights and rebellion. Voelz has a sticker on his truck, a hat bearing the symbol, and a flag that he keeps at home.   “Employees that I work with freak out about my sticker on my truck, but that’s just because...

CLIMATE MARCH

CLIMATE MARCH

McCalee Cain, Lifestyles Editor
May 3, 2017
Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE

MEMORIAL FIELD UPDATE

MEMORIAL FIELD UPDATE

Amanda Wikoff, Editor in Chief
May 1, 2017
Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE

Memorial Field will be partially ready for graduation on June 9. While heavy snowfall and late frosts have put the War Memorial Field rebuild project about a month behind its original schedule, the stadium will be complete enough to host the class of 2017’s graduation ceremony on June 9. “We wi...

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