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Horace High Welcomes New English Teacher and Football Coach

Horace High Welcomes New English Teacher and Football Coach

Emyly Lara-Torres, Student Writer September 21, 2022

Horace High has welcomed many new teachers this year, one of them being Scott Schmidt, the new English II teacher, and football coach. Mr. Schmidt attended Dickinson State University for five years and...

Only 1 Week Left to Get Yearbooks!

Only 1 Week Left to Get Yearbooks!

April 5, 2022

Get your yearbooks this week before the chance is gone! They are $45 each. After April 11, yearbooks are no longer being sold. ***These are unfinished spreads from the Yearbook and do not completely reflect...

A first draft of the gown for Horace High School

Looking to Graduation A First Look at Horace High’s Future Class Rings and Graduation Gowns

Levi Gorden, Student Writer March 10, 2022
Having only freshman and sophomore students, Horace High will have two years before it has its first graduating class. And a lot of effort is being put into having that graduation event planned and ready in time.

The Situation Regarding North Dakota’s Attorney General Election

Levi Gorden, Student Writer February 15, 2022
The premature death of Wayne Stenehjem is a tragedy that has presented North Dakota with an unfortunate question. Who is truly qualified to fill in the shoes of such well-regarded and admired man? Considered by his colleagues as the embodiment of public service, Wayne Stenehjem was undoubtedly a popular politician, the four decades of his political career being evidence enough. So who is fit to take up the reins as North Dakota’s Attorney General?

Heuristics: The Importance of Learning how to Learn

Levi Gorden, Student Writer January 25, 2022
Education, a system not only essential for the well-being of a state, but crucial for the enlightenment of the masses. The reason education was originally diffused to the common people was to create a smarter, more enlightened society. Founding fathers like Thomas Jefferson found it essential that all students be given a chance to show their academic worth through a primary schooling system.
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