Students can expect changes to matrix

Amanda Stalder, Reporter

February 23, 2018

A recent survey sent out to the student body has inspired the addition of new classes at Chanute High School. Classes in agriculture, culinary arts and teacher training will be added for the 2018-19 school year. On February 2... READ MORE »»

Patient or Doctor?

Huntyr Schwegman, Editor-in-Chief

December 16, 2017

Marijuana. Xanax. Alcohol. If you’re a high school student, you probably cannot count on your fingers how many people you know who self-medicate using these substances. There’s a growing self medication problem among high... READ MORE »»

Haunting hobby

Rosebelle Toledo, Reporter

October 5, 2017

“Who’s there?” It’s a thought senior Kacie McMillen often finds herself wondering as she hears a rattling from her bedroom doorknob. Two of her friends follow closely behind as she investigates the noise, flashlights in... READ MORE »»


Upward Bound and astound

Rachel Shapel, Reporter

Many extracurricular programs have faced budget cuts throughout the years, the TRIO program, however, remains a strong staple in local students lives. Talent Search and Upward... read story

February 23, 2018

Required community service debated

Rosebelle Toledo, Reporter

Community service is becoming progressively common to many high schools across the United States, with schools encouraging students to include service as part of their school... read story

February 23, 2018

Campbell named new principal

Dustin Vargo, Reporter

The USD 413 school board has announced that they have found someone to succeed retiring Principal Johnny Lawrence. That person is current math teacher Brian Campbell. Campbell... read story

February 23, 2018


On cloud 9

Nathan Farris, Reporter

Nine Blue Comet wrestlers, including five Regional champions, begin their quest for state medals today at the KSHSAA Class 4A Wrestling State Championships at the Bicentennial... read story

February 23, 2018

Making a difference one word at a time

Michael Aylward, Reporter

With the new year upon us, many people make resolutions in an attempt to improve their everyday life. These resolutions are a result of self reflection at the end of the previous... read story

January 31, 2018

Unfinished business

Rachel Jacket, Reporter

Last season, the Chanute High School wrestling team did not lose any varsity team members. As a result, this year they are only adding to their team. “It’s a different... read story

December 16, 2017


A Whole New Reality

Mason Vietti, Reporter

With the constant race to find the “next big thing” in the entertainment business, large companies like Sony, Google, and Samsung have gone down the route of Virtual Reality,... read story

February 23, 2018

Tweeter in-chief

Angelo Andoyo, Reporter

2017 was one weird year. Feminists, hurricanes, taxes, politics and rocket man. No, not Elton John’s song. “Little Rocket Man” is the title coined by Donald Trump to... read story

January 31, 2018

Hollywood walk of shame

Angelo Andoyo, Reporter

Chicken Little was right. The sky is falling and, along with it, the stars. Seemingly endless waves of sexual misconduct accusations are overwhelming A-Listers and shining... read story

December 12, 2017