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Sonia Yost

Sonia Yost, Reporter

Hey there stranger! My name is Sonia Yost, and this will be my third year writing for the newspaper. Last year I was an associate editor, and I'm thrilled to see what the staff is going to produce this year. I’m pretty involved in the school as I am a member of the drama club, scholastic scrimmage team, foreign language club, speech league, NHS, mock trial, youth and government, yearbook production crew and swim team. Outside of school, I enjoy bike riding, watching movies. I am also a philatelist (stamp collector) and have a decently sized stamp collection. After graduating, I'll most likely be attending Edinboro University because the distance from home and affordability. I would like to become a high school English teacher and live in Oregon. I've always wanted to move to Oregon and live in the woods. I think you've learned enough about me now. See ya! :)

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Rylie's Runway

Rylie’s Runway

April 12, 2021
Austin's Aquamen

Austin’s Aquamen

April 12, 2021
Riley's Rodeo

Riley’s Rodeo

April 12, 2021
Cassie’s Comets

Cassie’s Comets

April 12, 2021
Teaching after high school.
Once senior Sonia Yost has graduated, she plans on attending Edinboro University. She will double major in both Secondary Education-Comprehensive English and journalism.

[PHOTO] “I’m in”

February 12, 2021
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January 29, 2021
Sign like this one were common over the summer and election months, but can still be seen around town. The support of law enforcement instead of the racial inequality experienced by black people across the country is an insult to those fighting for equality.

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January 22, 2021
Once the potatoes, chicken broth and seasonings are in the crock pot, let them sit for six hours on a medium heat. The potatoes should be soft enough to mash when the six hours are over.

I Simply Love: Cooking

January 14, 2021

Revival By Rylie

December 11, 2020

What We Don’t Want

December 11, 2020
Sophomore Jacob Steinbugl plays the trombone during a jazz band rehearsal. The jazz band rehearses in the orchestra room at the junior high school.

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October 26, 2020
Jazz band director Larry Detwiler counts off the jazz band to begin a piece. Along with playing music, the jazz band also does music studies of famous jazz musicians.

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October 26, 2020
Junior Quinn Moseby works on his solo part in the song

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October 26, 2020
Senior Alex Thaler examines a piece of music and selects the proper finger pattern. Thaler has been playing the electric bass for six years.

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October 26, 2020
Senior Aiden Phillips warms up before rehearsal begins. Just like athletes, it is important for musicians to warm up in order to prepare themselves and their instruments for playing.

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October 26, 2020
Sophomore Jack Kuhns plays the piano during a jazz band rehearsal. The jazz band has in person rehearsals twice a week.

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October 26, 2020
Nine teachers have joined the school staff for the 2020-2021 school year. Learn more about each teacher by clicking on their photos.

New teachers join staff

September 28, 2020
Jennifer Weidley

Jennifer Weidley

September 28, 2020
Dominic Farabaugh

Dominic Farabaugh

September 27, 2020
Samantha Knepp

Samantha Knepp

September 26, 2020
Evan Imgrund

Evan Imgrund

September 26, 2020
History teacher Rodger Fair will be retiring this year.

Rodger Fair

May 26, 2020
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