President-Elect Joe Biden will be inaugurated Jan. 20. In his victory speech, Biden reflected on the current state of America and made promises to reunite the American people. “I sought this office to restore the soul of America, to rebuild the backbone of this nation, the middle class, and to make America respected around the world again. And to unite us here at home,” Biden said.
Biden wins Presidential Election
Savannah Athy-Sedbrook, Managing Editor • January 17, 2021

The 2020 Presidential Election took place Nov. 3, however, the results were not confirmed until Dec. 11, when the state of California finalized their votes. In the end, democrat Joe Biden received 81.2 million popular votes and 306 electoral votes, while republican Donald Trump received 74.2 million popular votes and 232 electoral votes, meaning Biden is the President-Elect and will be sworn into office Jan. 20. After the polls closed and votes started being counted, the tallies changed each day, which caused some people to question the validity of the counts.. Other changes occurred due to...

Wrestlers wear face masks during stretching warmups before practice. Precautions will stay in place until further notice.
COVID-19 affects wrestling season, wrestlers
Claudia Stirewalt, Reporter • November 20, 2020

  Winter sports practices started Nov. 16. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, coaches and student athletes are required to follow new guidelines...

Sophomore Jacob Wignall and the rest of the soccer team played Thursday Sept. 15 against Mulvane at 5 p.m. JV won and varsity won.
How injuries can affect a team
Alyssa Ferrell, Reporter • November 4, 2020
Soccer teams strong start
Chadd Brown, Reporter • September 25, 2020
AOC teases her arrival on the popular streaming website Twitch via Twitter. AOC streamed live Oct. 21, but has continued to stream to raise voter awareness and raise money for different non-profits. Ocasio-Cortez recently raised $200k for COVID-19.
Social media: A change in political platforms
Emily LaPlant, Managing Editor • December 17, 2020

2020 is a crazy time to be alive; toilet paper shortages, mask mandates, social distancing and online learning. During a pandemic, I would expect...

Special education teacher Deana Walls’ CAPPS students decorated her classroom door last wednesday. Each CAPPS class was responsible for their own door though some were not able to finish or start decorating.
CAPPS proves to be a waste of time
Claire Pletcher, Reporter • December 16, 2020
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