Speaking of the Suez

Logan Wells April 7, 2021

On Tuesday, March 23, at approximately 5:40 am local time, a 400-meter cargo ship named the Ever Given was caught in a sandstorm in the Suez Canal. It Weighed 200,000 tonnes, which is roughly 441 MILLION...

Benefits of being outside

Hailey Enloe, Reporter February 4, 2021

Kids and teenagers are staying inside more and playing on their phones or playing video games instead of being outside playing or working. This is causing mental and physical problems in their lives. These...

Free period for teachers and students

Alyscia Lee-Ann Patton, Reporter November 19, 2020

Some schools give students a free period before or after lunch. It gives students time to relax, study, and talk with their friends, or even just eat their lunch in silence. This would be a very beneficial...

Autism from an autistic point of view

Quinton Whitestar, Reporter March 17, 2020

Autism is formally known as Autism Spectrum Disorder or ASD. Autism affects brain development, social functionality, and behavior. Autism is in most cases caused by genetics, but it can be caused by prenatal...

Late starts, prevent drowsy driving

Kaleb Hutton March 9, 2020

Getting enough sleep on school days for students is a big issue, and starting school later could fix it. Kids need more sleep on school days. Students are tired in the morning because they have to wake...

Divided we fall

Madison Hunt, Reporter March 9, 2020

What is the United States of America? I don't even know anymore. There is too much drama here between the Democrats and the Republicans. This country has changed and not in a good way. I usually don’t...

Disrespecting Teachers

Noah Hewitt, Reporter October 30, 2019

Many students at West Hardin have no respect for their teachers. It is so bad that they are leaving because they are tired of the kids disregarding their feelings just to be cool in front of the class...

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