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Thank you letter for an ACT of kindness

Thank you letter for an ACT of kindness

Allie Hickenbotham, copy editor April 28, 2017

Emma Bjorkman This piece is entirely satirical*   Dear Everett Lindquist, I would like to say thank you. Thank you for inventing the exhilarating, memorable test known as the American...

The last pencil

The last pencil

Will Drury, copy editor April 5, 2017

He started the year with a whopping 365 pencils, one for each day of the year, but now, as senior Moe Ron enters the final quarter, he is down to his last stub. Desperate not to become the annoying kid...

KHS water fountain review guide

KHS water fountain review guide

Will Drury, copy editor April 5, 2017

*This piece is entirely satirical. Well, it’s finally here. You’ve begged, pleaded and cried for it. You’ve eaten nothing but parsnips the past year. It’s the reason for your wet dreams. It’s...

Everything is Proposition A-OK

Everything is Proposition A-OK

Will Drury, copy editor March 10, 2017

*This blog is entirely satirical and not intended to offend our audience. After Proposition A failed to pass almost two years ago, KSD has seen a number of major changes as a result of a finite budget....

Valentines Day victim

Valentine’s Day victim

Will Drury, copy editor February 15, 2017

Bill Bury didn’t have a girlfriend this Valentines day. Instead of going out on a date, he stayed home, watched some Netflix and ate a box of chocolates he bought for himself. Does that make him a loser? Yes. Bill...

The student who ruined his future by not doing Chess Club

The student who ruined his future by not doing Chess Club

Will Drury, copy editor February 13, 2017

*This blog is entirely satirical Being accepted into college has never been more challenging. Many students’ dreams of a higher education are never realized and they’re forced to spend the remainder...

Eulogy for a friend

Eulogy for a friend

Will Drury, copy editor February 9, 2017

He was supposed to make it. The odds were in his favor. All the laws of nature said it was possible. He was supposed to make it. But he didn’t. You can’t change the rules. They’re set. Once somebody...

A protester raises her hands in the street as police use tear gas to try to take control of the scene near a Ferguson Police Department squad car after protesters lit it on fire on Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014, in the wake of the grand jury decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Ferguson, Mo., teen Michael Brown. (Anthony Souffle/Chicago Tribune/TNS)

Looking back on Ferguson

Khalea Edwards, feature writer November 26, 2016

As I look back on August 2014, two thoughts rise in my mind: “Hands up, don’t shoot” and the body of 18-year-old Michael Brown resting in the middle of Canfield Drive for over four hours. Last...

Donald Trump

Donald Trump

Will Drury, copy editor November 9, 2016

*This piece is entirely satirical China. Mexico. ISIS. These three countries are beating us, and we’re losing. Crooked Hillary over here may try to tell you America’s all good, but it’s not. Believe...

Why Im not voting this year

Why I’m not voting this year

Holden Foreman, web editor September 15, 2016

*This blog is entirely satirical   KHS students aged 18 and older (by election day) registered to vote during homeroom last Thursday, Sep. 8, as the November election season looms around the...

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