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Save the Internet Act Passes the House

A symbol for net neutrality. Net neutrality keeps the internet free and open--enabling anyone to share and access information of their choosing without interference.

Michael Carter, Reporter

April 23, 2019

The Save the Internet Act bill passed Wednesday, April 10 in the House of Representatives that would revert the Federal Communications Commission’s decision to revoke net neutrality. It was a 232-190 vote after months of debate and committee hearings in the House. This is seen as one of the bigges...

New FightSong app promises help

You can get the app on Google's Play Store, Apple's App Store, the QR code or the organization code: 162205

Michael Carter, Reporter

February 26, 2019

FightSong is a new app, which helps students report bullying anonymously to their principals and counselors. With the FightSong app, students are able to report incidents using the comfort of their own device. “FightSong empowers students to take back their lives from bullies by giving them technolo...

Jase Christiansen (9) was chosen as this week's Spotlight.

Jase Christiansen (9)

February 22, 2019

Favorite Color: Orange Favorite Food: Cheeseburgers Favorite Class: English Least Favorite Class: Math "Banana pineapple berries," Jase Christiansen (9) said. Christiansen is involved in wrestling, soccer, and track.

The cages on this ride freely spin with the help of the fast speed and the students.

Brick Street Festival runs through Augusta

October 18, 2018

Children and adults attended the Brick Street Festival event Oct. 5 and 6 in the downtown area. The festival featured food and drinks stands, a playground for children and carnival games. The major rides consisted of the infamous Freakout, the Squirrel Cages, the Rockstar, and more. The Rockstar ...

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