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 »»

Memory lane

Amanda Stalder, Reporter

October 5, 2017

Senior Lane is a tradition among Chanute High School seniors. The afternoon of the painting of the lane in front of the school typically resonates with a cheerful, excited aura. This year, however, a deeper feeling filled the... READ MORE »»

News

Patient or Doctor?

Huntyr Schwegman, Editor-in-Chief

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... read story

December 16, 2017

Re-Hatch-ing

Darbee Chard, Reporter

Dr. Wayne Hatcher is not exactly new here at Chanute High School. While this may be his first year officially teaching, Dr. Hatcher has worked at Chanute High School prior... read story

November 27, 2017

USD 413 to implement ALICE protocol in wake of shootings

Dustin Vargo, Reporter

After the recent mass shooting in Las Vegas where over 500 people were injured and over 50 died, USD #413 is now considering switching to a new lockdown protocol. Many think... read story

November 27, 2017

Sports

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

Net gain

Amanda Stalder, Reporter

Last Monday, the USD 413 Board of Education approved the addition of soccer at its monthly board meeting. The addition leaves students excited and a number of questions to... read story

December 16, 2017

A different way for a fan-to-see football

Michael Alyward, Reporter

With the National Football League (NFL) season well on its way, there is a lot of pressure on professional football teams to make it to the playoffs. However, not only is... read story

November 27, 2017

A&E

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

Superhero extinction

Mason Vietti, Reporter

Right now, superhero movies are dominating theaters around the world, with around 10 of them coming out each year, and about 17 TV shows based on the caped-crusaders. This... read story

November 27, 2017

New iPhone: X/10?

Huntyr Schwegman, Reporter

Another year. Another iPhone. Apple continues its tradition of releasing a new and improved iPhone every year. The 10-year anniversary brings about the iconic iPhone X. With... read story

October 5, 2017