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Prom Preparations!!!


Ashley Rutenbeck
May 23, 2014

For most seniors prom is is last chance to have fun with there graduating class.  It’s all about the dresses tux’s, and who will win Prom King and Prom Queen.  But everyone needs to notice how much time, effort, and dedication it takes to make prom look drop dead gorgeous. I will be interviewing... Read more »

Students close the school year with ‘Fundamental Fun Day’


Decker Lavely, Writer
May 23, 2014

The 2014 school year is quickly coming to a close, and what’s a better way to end it than a fundamental fun day? For the past couple of years our school has been having an annual fundamental fun day. This event gives students a chance to go into the gym and hang out with their friends. The fundamental... Read more »

Class of 2014


May 19, 2014

The caps and gowns, the tears, emotions high and hats even higher. That’s right I’m talking about everyone’s favorite day… graduation day.  Senior year is supposed to be the best year of all of  your high school years. It’s where you get ready to go to college and meet new people all over... Read more »

Spring Football


Sa'teena Woods
May 19, 2014

When May comes around in a high school the first thing you hear from the boys athlete is that it is time for spring football. What does that mean? It means that their real season has begun. Their practices has become a litte more difficult. It also means that  a spring game is right around the corner.    ... Read more »

School Drama Club become “Fools”


Decker Lavely, Writer
May 15, 2014

The drama club will be showing off their creative, fun and quirky sides during their own production of the play “Fools”. This play is for all ages, it’s full of fun and hysterical comedy. The students will be performing the play at Boca Ciega High School on May 15, 16 and 17.   The... Read more »

Working together employers and community colleges can boost America’s training


Eric Spiegel
May 5, 2014

WASHINGTON — Putting America back to work requires more than just vigorous economic growth and private-sector investments that lead to more hiring. We also have to make sure that the potential employees entering — or returning — to the workforce have the skills to succeed once they are hired. The... Read more »

Make a mother’s day: neuter and spay


Lindsay Pollard-Post
May 5, 2014

For Lady, motherhood wasn’t something to celebrate. Chained to a dilapidated doghouse in a patch of weeds and muck, the skinny brown dog had no way to escape the advances of roaming male dogs when she came into heat. Before long, she was pregnant. She spent the long weeks of her pregnancy outdoors... Read more »

Jameis Winston reinstated on FSU baseball team

Brendan Sonnone and Iliana Limon Romero
May 5, 2014

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Jameis Winston was reinstated on the FSU baseball team Sunday after completing his community service obligations for shoplifting crab legs. “Winston is reinstated, yes,” FSU coach Mike Martin said. “He finished his community service and as soon as he did, we reinstated him.” Winston... Read more »

TV picks for the week of May 4-10


Dale Roe
May 1, 2014

Homer Simpson becomes an actual blockhead, Louie C.K. returns and Jack Bauer lives another day. Here’s what caught my eye on television this week: —Sunday: “The Simpsons,” 7 p.m., Fox: Homer wakes up in a 3-D world made entirely of Legos in an especially sweet (and surprisingly funny) episode,... Read more »

Planning the perfect graduation party


Karen Deer
May 1, 2014

A graduation party is a day that celebrates a pivotal moment in your life. It’s also a day you want your child to remember. From the invites to the decorations to the food, a lot of planning and preparation goes into the perfect graduation party, and it can be overwhelming if not organized. Try a basic... Read more »