• The Pioneer Yearbok comes out May 6th. Make sure to get yours in the Denver Miller Gym anytime during the day.

  • Make sure you have all holds and detentions completed to be able to buy prom tickets

  • Prom tickets are on sale. Get yours during lunch in the Commons

Kirkwood reacts to Miley Cyrus’ concert cancellation

Kirkwood reacts to Miley Cyrus’ concert cancellation

Sarah Heet, visual managing editor
April 16, 2014 • 55 views
Filed under Features

After a severe allergic reaction, Miley Cyrus checked into a Kansas City, MO hospital. She canceled her show April 15 in Kansas City and her show April 16 in St. Louis, MO.... Read more »

Summer songs that satisfy

Summer songs that satisfy

Allison Hubbard, features writer
April 7, 2014 • 27 views
Filed under Entertainment

With the end of school right around the corner, it’s the perfect time to make your playlist for summer. This list features songs that all have a great summer feel and could be an awesome addition to your iPod.   ... Read more »

Deets from a dealer

Deets from a dealer

Bradley Fargo, features writer
March 26, 2014 • 74 views
Filed under Features

Two Call staffers interviewed a KHS student who had been a drug dealer for more than a year. For the safety of the person interviewed, the names of those involved have been changed.   TKC: Why did you deal drugs? I... Read more »

Up in smoke: Cody Diehl

Up in smoke: Cody Diehl

Lucy Dwyer, features editor
March 14, 2014 • 39 views
Filed under Features, Stories

At age 14 Cody Diehl and his friends were bored. Bored of eighth grade, bored of youth, bored of doing the same old stuff. So they stole a cigarette from a friend’s mom. And then they thieved another. And another. They thought... Read more »

Up in smoke: Lisa

Up in smoke: Lisa

Lucy Dwyer, features editor
March 13, 2014 • 26 views
Filed under Features, Stories

For Lisa*, a freshman year romance took many forms, ultimately materializing in a broken heart, fresh regrets and a new addiction. “I started [smoking] for a guy. He was a smoker and he just offered me a cigarette one night, and we started dating so I kept smoking,”... Read more »

Drinking for boundries

Drinking for boundries

Bridget Randazzo, in-depth editor
March 11, 2014 • 25 views
Filed under In Depth

*Name changed for privacy of those interviewed. By the time teenagers turn 18, more than 70 percent have had their first drink of alcohol, according to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Many researchers on teen drinking describe the ... Read more »

A mistake never forgotten

A mistake never forgotten

Bridget Randazzo, in-depth editor
March 10, 2014 • 22 views
Filed under In Depth

*Name changed for privacy of those interviewed. He woke up with no memories from the night before, only the feeling of guilt sweeping over his body. He tried to remember what happened, but all the memories were fuzzy and distorted. It was the first time he had drank heavily, and his mind and body... Read more »

Recap of the Academy Awards 2014

Recap of the Academy Awards 2014

Lucy Dwyer, features editor
March 1, 2014 • 17 views
Filed under Entertainment

The 86th annual Academy Awards took place Sunday, March 2. Ellen DeGeneres hosted the show held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. Below are the 2014 Oscar winners as well as a few highlights from the show. BEST... Read more »

Blair the extrordinaire

Blair the extrordinaire

Jake Balmer, entertainment editor
February 26, 2014 • 5 views
Filed under Features

Ezra Blair would probably strike any student as a typical freshman; he’s on the short side, his voice a little on the high side. Ezra, however, is only 13 years old, having skipped multiple grades in elementary school. After attending kindergarten and first grade in New Jersey, Ezra’s mother,... Read more »

Bye bye birdy

Bye bye birdy

Bradley Fargo, features writer
February 25, 2014 • 0 views
Filed under Entertainment

Flappy Bird is blatantly stupid. This mobile game has one single mechanic: the precise and frantic tapping of the screen in order to propel a strangely heavy cartoon through a seemingly endless series of green pipes.   There is nothing else–only the constant cycle of flight and death. Every... Read more »