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Working with the Public during Covid-19

Lauren Ingle, Features Co-Editor April 20, 2020

I work at a local grocery store, Ingles on Third  Street in Gaffney, SC. The grocery stores have taken many precautions to keep not just the employees safe, but the customers, too. The store where...

CBS Sports

College Football Season Remains in Limbo

Joseph Bender, Sports Editor April 3, 2020

The Coronavirus outbreak continues to change our daily lives, and it continues to change the face of sports. College Football, which doesn’t even start until September, is the sport with the most talk...

WIS News

Athletic Directors Pushing to Keep CFB Alive

Joseph Bender, Sports Editor April 3, 2020

With the Cornavirus currently putting all sports in limbo, College Football is one of the last sports that hasn’t been axed yet. School Athletic Directors are trying to do all they can to preserve this...

Bored during quarantine? Here are some things to keep you busy…

Haylee Freeman, Staff Writer April 2, 2020

Being stuck at home during the Corona virus can become extremely boring, so here are some things to do to keep busy during quarantine. 1. Get creative - Draw - Paint - Write - Start a journal -...

I Still Believe Movie Review

I Still Believe Movie Review

Haylee Freeman, Staff Writer April 1, 2020

Jeremy Camp, a famous Christian singer, husband, and dad, is from Lafayette, Indiana. He was born on January 12, 1978. His wife is Adrienne Camp. He has released eleven albums, with four of them being...

Nathaniel Woods: Justice or Murder?

Nathaniel Woods: Justice or Murder?

Mariana Razo, Staff Writer March 30, 2020

Nathaniel Woods, 43, was convicted in 2004, along with Kerry Spencer, for the shootings of three Birmingham police officers and an injured officer. On March 6, Woods was pronounced dead at 9:01 p.m. by...

SB Nation

ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit Concerned About 2020 NFL/College Football Seasons

Joseph Bender, Sports Editor March 30, 2020

As were currently in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, our daily lives have changed in just about every aspect. One of the industries that is being forced to change due to the virus is sports. Just...

Thoughts with Lauren

Lauren Ingle, Features Co-Editor March 30, 2020

These last few days have made me realize how much I miss school; how much I miss my friends. I did not have a ton of time left with my senior friends, and now that time is dwindling. They will be going...


Haylee Freeman, Staff Writer March 30, 2020

Despite the Corona Virus and all the craziness in the world right now, Impact 2020 was still able to have a big turnout. Everything from the band to the speaker was right on point. Hundreds of youth attended...

School in Quarantine

Veronica McCraw, Staff Writer March 25, 2020

Sunday, March 15th, Cherokee County shut down all schools until April 10th. Most kids are eager to be out of school for so long. Not me. I would rather go to school on time and not have to be in fear of...

AP Exams: Whats Going to Happen?

AP Exams: What’s Going to Happen?

Mariana Razo, Staff Writer March 24, 2020

The fate of returning to school is unknown due to the outbreak and it's rapid spread. However, many AP students have wondered: What does this mean for the end-of-year exams? On March 20, College Board...

Coronavirus Update in SC

Coronavirus Update in SC

Mariana Razo, Staff Writer March 23, 2020

The number of cases have increased rapidly the past week since Governor Henry McMaster announced the closure of all public schools in South Carolina until March 31. On Sunday, there were 39 new official...

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