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Pinxterbloom Azalea

Pinxterbloom Azalea

By: Lirian Davidson, Journalist
Sounds like a medicine doesn’t it? It’s actually a beautiful flower that also goes by the name Pinksterbloom Azalea or Pinxterbloom Azalea depending on who you ask.
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The Marine Corps

By: Jayden Pepper, Journalist
The United States Marine Corps (USMC) is a branch of the United States Armed Forces responsible for conducting expeditionary and amphibious operations with the Navy.
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The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Everyday Life

By: Miller Stevenson, Journalist
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is no longer a concept confined to science fiction. It has become an integral part of our daily lives, subtly influencing and enhancing various aspects of our existence.
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Keffiyeh Scarf

By: Xavier Mucher, Journalist
Have you ever seen a black checkered scarf wrapped around somebody's head? Have you seen more and more people wear a wrap around there head? Are you confused?
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A Report On Super Bowl LVII

By: Miller Stevenson, Journalist
The Super Bowl of 2024 was a game for the ages, with the Kansas City Chiefs emerging victorious over the San Francisco 49ers in a thrilling overtime match.
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Serial Killer Caught After 13 Years

By: Brenna Brickley, Journalist
After nearly 13 years of intense investigations, searching only to find nothing, and dead leads, officials believe that the infamous “Long Island Serial Killer” has finally been caught.
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The First Natural Disasters Of 2024

By: Giselle Silveira, Journalist
Three winter storms occurred in the first three weeks of 2024 (Ember, Finn, and Gerri). It brought severe weather to the U.S. mainland, including wind, hail, rain, snow, and freezing temperatures.
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Patrick Mahomes V.S. Tom Brady

By: Miller Stevenson, Journalist
Mahomes downplays comparison to Brady, but is making a run at his legacy.
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LJMS Valentine’s Day Dance

By: Vi Moore, Journalist
Here are five things that you need to know before attending the Valentines Day Dance!
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Teams In Super Bowl LVIII

By: Asa Keller, Journalist
The Super Bowl is one of the biggest sporting events in the USA and it is coming up. The Super Bowl will be on February 11th 2024.
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G2 Esports Wins Rocket League Championship Series 2024 Major 1 Qualifiers

G2 Esports Wins Rocket League Championship Series 2024 Major 1 Qualifiers

By: Liam Eckerman, Journalist
Despite not being the fan favorite, G2 emerged victorious in the RLCS 2024 Major 1 Qualifiers Grand Finals, with an absolute blowout against GenG in front of a live audience of over 40,000 people.
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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Mathew Ahmann in a crowd of demonstrators at the March on Washington

MLK Jr. Day 2024

By: Parker Heflin, Journalist
Martin Luther King Jr. is a figure we have all been learning about since elementary school, but what is MLK day really about? Martin Luther King Jr. was born on January 15th, 1929, which is why we celebrate him every year on that same day.
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