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Investigating Conspiracy Theories

Investigating Conspiracy Theories

Sophia PritchardPOSTED November 18, 2022

The definition of “Conspiracy Theory” according to the Oxford dictionary, is “a belief that some covert but influential organization is responsible for a circumstance or event”. Unlike the name...

How to stay active during Fall/Winter

How to stay active during Fall/Winter

Matthew Buckmaster, WriterPOSTED October 27, 2022

 Fall and Winter can be restless, busy, and stressful times for some people. With temperatures dropping and illnesses  rising. Here are some popular ways to stay in shape and to be active during the...

The History of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The History of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Sadie Grau, AuthorPOSTED October 25, 2022

As most of you know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This month is known for celebrating those who have survived breast cancer and remembering those who didn’t. People also spend this month...

Regarding Roe v. Wade

Regarding Roe v. Wade

Sophia Pritchard, WriterPOSTED September 22, 2022

The court case Roe v. Wade dominated the news, both politically and socially in recent months. But what exactly is Roe v. Wade? What did the court case protect? How does it affect South Dakota?  Roe...

Type 1 Diabetes in Children

Type 1 Diabetes in Children

SageLynn Culley, WriterPOSTED February 3, 2022

 In the United States, 13,000 children are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes every year. Type 1 diabetes is a condition in which your child's body is no longer able to produce enough of the important hormone...

How to keep Pets Safe in Winter

How to keep Pets Safe in Winter

Matthew Buckmaster , WriterPOSTED January 26, 2022

                                                                    Pets hold a special place in all our hearts but there is a natural predator that wants to hurt your...

Just a friendly reminder:  Seatbelts Save Lives

Just a friendly reminder: Seatbelts Save Lives

Matthew Buckmaster , AuthorPOSTED September 24, 2021

Did you know since 1975 seatbelts have saved 374,276 lives. In 2017, 14,995 lives were saved because of seatbelts. Nine times out of ten, wearing a seat belt will save you according to NHTSA (National...

New CDC Mask Guideline

New CDC Mask Guideline

Nicholas Allen, WriterPOSTED May 20, 2021

On May 14th, 2021, the CDC released a statement saying that anyone who is 100% vaccinated can now go out without a mask, and does not have to social distance. But, there are some exceptions; you still...

Shining a Light on Mental Illness

Shining a Light on Mental Illness

Jorgia Lowe, AuthorPOSTED December 22, 2020

According to medicalnewstoday.com, “(Mental health is a state of well-being in which an individual realizes his or her own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively,...

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How bad is Vaping?

Dawson Aberson, WriterPOSTED November 30, 2020

Some people think vaping is healthier than smoking, vaping won't hurt me, and I'm not addicted I can quit anytime I want. But is vaping really that harmless and easy to quit? To start you need to know...

COVID-19 Vaccine

COVID-19 Vaccine

Brooke Wilcox, EditorPOSTED November 12, 2020

COVID-19 has taken over our nation in mysterious ways that affect humankind all around the nation.  To begin, one question that has been asked is How far are they into creating a vaccine?  According...

Exercising during Pandemic

Exercising during Pandemic

Jorgia Lowe, WriterPOSTED November 6, 2020

Everywhere people are learning and adjusting to new ways to stay active during the pandemic.  The pandemic has changed a lot of aspects in our lives for the past 7 months, affecting our work, schools,...

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