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  • Local scholarship winners will be announced at a ceremony on May 21.

  • Academic Achievement Night is April 29 at 6 p.m. in The Commons.

  • Prom is April 27 at The Hive. Tickets are $15.

BEST OF 2018: SHOWS

BEST OF 2018: SHOWS

Cedar Post Staff

December 28, 2018


Filed under LIFESTYLE, LIFESTYLE, OPINION, SHOWCASE

Ozark Season 2 of Ozark made its debut on Netflix this year and this enthralling show captured my attention every episode, leaving me guessing until the very end. -Corine Capodagli   On the House The most impeccable Cedar post production the people have seen to date. -Shea Kilpatri...

BEST OF 2018: MUSIC

BEST OF 2018: MUSIC

Cedar Post Staff

December 27, 2018


Filed under LIFESTYLE, LIFESTYLE, OPINION, SHOWCASE

1950 This song by King Princess is a great pop melody, a perfect sing along for you and your friends. -Shea Kilpatrick   SOB X RBE The best music of 2018 is SOB X RBE because they are the most underlooked rap group in the game right now and have better lyrics and albums then migos b...

BEST OF 2018: MOVIES

BEST OF 2018: MOVIES

Cedar Post Staff

December 26, 2018


Filed under LIFESTYLE, LIFESTYLE, OPINION, SHOWCASE

Unfriended: Dark Web This is the scariest movie I have ever seen, it is hyperrealistic and thoroughly petrifying. -Shea Kilpatrick   Deadpool 2 Deadpool was the best of 2018 because it was a very entertaining movie and a lot of action and one of my favorite movies of all time. ...

COLUMN: SEASON’S GREETINGS

COLUMN: SEASON’S GREETINGS

Molly Balison, Web Staff

December 24, 2018


Filed under OPINION, SHOWCASE

The debate of whether to use the greeting, “Merry Christmas” or “Happy Holidays” has been a subconscious, ongoing burden in the the minds of people during Christmas time. People sometimes struggle with how to greet someone without knowing what holiday they celebrate in the winter season and h...

THE CHRISTMAS LETDOWN

THE CHRISTMAS LETDOWN

Evelyn Webster, Opinion Editor

December 21, 2018


Filed under OPINION, SHOWCASE

Christmas: “the annual Christian festival celebrating Christ’s birth, held on December 25” is one of the world’s most celebrated holidays, yet it also constitutes as one of world’s widest spread lies. That’s right, the mythical and magical Christmas superstar, Santa, is not real. With...

HOME[OVER]WORK

HOME[OVER]WORK

Jaycee Forell, Web Staff

December 12, 2018


Filed under OPINION, SHOWCASE

As the average American teenager comes home from their 8 hour school day, the average adult will come home from their 9 hour work day. However, as the adult begins to relax from a stressful day of their job, the student will come home and do about 2-3 hours of homework beyond their “job” of schoo...

JUDGING GEN Z

JUDGING GEN Z

Jaycee Forell, Web Site

November 28, 2018


Filed under OPINION, SHOWCASE

Over the years, a teenage stereotype has occurred, one that negatively pushes forth teenage characterizations such as laziness and rebelliousness which can lead to some people losing trust in teenagers. In our small town of Sandpoint, we are no exception to this rule. Sophomore Faith Clark says,...

10 THINGS TO DO OVER THANKSGIVING BREAK

10 THINGS TO DO OVER THANKSGIVING BREAK

Evelyn Webster, Opinion Editor

November 20, 2018


Filed under OPINION, SHOWCASE

With a long six day break off of school, there’s no reason to waste your free time. Whether it’s hanging out with your family and friends or Black Friday shopping, there are many things to do over this holiday break, and here are some fun ideas.   1. Go on a hike. Before the snow completely covers p...

DEFYING THE STANDARDS

DEFYING THE STANDARDS

Molly Balison, Web Staff

November 6, 2018


Filed under FEATURE, LIFESTYLE, LIFESTYLE, OPINION, SHOWCASE

We have all experienced a time when we have either felt excluded or pressured to comply with standards that prohibit us from deciding on who we want to be. In every public school, a small town being no exception, lies the unwritten social standards that students are expected to acknowledge. What makes ...

TOO YOUNG TO VOTE

TOO YOUNG TO VOTE

Evelyn Webster, Opinion Editor

November 5, 2018


Filed under OPINION, SHOWCASE

Being high school students, the majority of us aren’t legally adults towards the end of our senior year, therefore meaning we are not of age to vote in upcoming elections. Some students may follow up on county, state, and nationwide elections. On the other hand, some students may have no idea what’s ...

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