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Top five news stories of 2022

Top five news stories of 2022

TKC Staff December 26, 2022

From an execution, to incident reports, to a visit from the governor. There was a lot of news in 2022. Here is a list of the top five news stories from TKC this year. Prop R: overcrowding &...

Are you feeling sad, unmotivated, maybe even depressed? Forget a therapist. Lets go shopping. 

Retail therapy: myth or fact?

Caroline Steidley, editor-in-chief October 22, 2022

Are you feeling sad, unmotivated, maybe even depressed? Forget a therapist. Let's go shopping.  I mean seriously, who needs a therapist when you have the mall? Personally, I would rather spend all...

Meet your 2022 Friendship Court

Meet your 2022 Friendship Court

Kinley Bokermann, Sim Khanuja, and Caroline Steidley October 20, 2022

  Each year as the homecoming season approaches the senior class votes to nominate 16 seniors to the Friendship Court. With friendship king and queen on the line, here are you 2022 Friendship Court...

KHS Principal Dr. Mike Havener announced his retirement effective at the end of the school year Oct. 14.

Dr. Mike Havener retires after 29 years at KSD

Caroline Steidley and Sim Khanuja October 14, 2022

KHS Principal Dr. Mike Havener announced his retirement effective at the end of the school year Oct. 14. Havener has worked in KSD for 29 years and has been KHS principal for 12 years.  “There’s...

KSD administrators banned 14 books in response to the signing of Missouri Senate Bill 775 once the bill went into effect Aug. 28, the third-most of any school district in St. Louis County, after Rockwood and Lindbergh.

KSD bans 14 books

Caroline Steidley, editor-in-chief October 10, 2022

KSD administrators banned 14 books in response to the signing of Missouri Senate Bill 775 once the bill went into effect Aug. 28, the third-most of any school district in St. Louis County, after Rockwood...

Former KHS student Kevin Johnson is scheduled to die by injection Nov. 29 for the killing of Kirkwood Police Sergeant William McEntee 17 years ago.

Former KHS student set to be executed

Caroline Steidley, editor-in-chief October 6, 2022

Former KHS student Kevin Johnson is scheduled to die by injection Nov. 29 for the killing of Kirkwood Police Sergeant William McEntee 17 years ago. It was July 5, 2005, when McEntee arrived in Meacham...

Vivi has been working at Pioneer Perks for two years and said it’s her favorite thing about KHS.

Senior profile: Vivi Kozak

Caroline Steidley, opinions editor April 12, 2022

Returning to KHS in August to continue working on job skills It’s 7:45 a.m. in the morning. Students are rolling out of bed, struggling to find the energy to brush their teeth, all while dreading...

2022 Prom court nominees released

2022 Prom court nominees released

Kinley Bokermann and Caroline Steidley April 6, 2022

Each year as the prom season approaches, the senior class votes to nominate 16 seniors to the prom court. With prom king and queen on the line here are your 2022 Prom Court Nominees:   King Xavier...

With rumors circulating, TKC wants to inform that banning books at KSD is not currently being discussed.

Banning books at KHS?

Sim Khanuja and Caroline Steidley March 29, 2022

Amidst conversations about certain books in KSD’s libraries, some are questioning if the district is considering permanently taking books off shelves. Banning books at KSD is not currently being...

It may surprise you the amount of so-called ‘appropriate’ songs that are actually about doing the dirty. Here are four songs you didn’t know were about sex.

Five songs you didn’t know were about sex

Caroline Steidley, opinions editor March 1, 2022

  In case you haven’t realized, practically every song is about sex. Whether the song is played on the radio, at a party or even a children's birthday, I’ll bet it has at least something...

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