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Andrew McCarthy makes an appearance in novel class

Faith Tolbert, Journalism I

April 20, 2017

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Wednesday April 19, English teacher Michele Dunaway had an in-class visit from New York Times bestselling author Andrew McCarthy. The class had collectively read McCarthy’s first novel Just Fly Away, which came out March 28...

HOSA results

Kennadyn Momeno, Journalism I

April 19, 2017

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March 27-28, Missouri University of Science and Technology held HOSA state in Rolla. Howell sent 43 students and 18 of them qualified for nationals. “We collaborated with other schools and found out more about the health ca...

So Long, Farewell

Halle Douglass, Journalism I

April 19, 2017

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The choir’s spring concert, which takes place Thursday, April 27 at Zion Lutheran Church, will be, for many, their senior night. “Honestly, I’m most looking forward to the senior walk. I’m not sure why, it’s kind...

2017 Lock-In Party

Melissa Byers, Journalism I

April 18, 2017

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Senior lock-in, hosted by the class of 2017 Parent Club, occurs June 3 at 11p.m. The lock-in provides an all night celebration, and one last memorable night for the graduating class of 2017. “We’re expecting 350-375 students to att...

Retiring teachers discuss their plans

Ned Bargen, Journalism I

April 18, 2017

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Three teachers will be retiring in June. FACS teacher Priscilla Reed, history teacher Michael Turpin and counselor  Darci Hillyer. Reed has been teaching for almost 30 years. Hillyer has been teaching for 24 years. “I...

This Duo Is Here To AWAKEN You

Jeffrey Reckis, Journalism I

April 18, 2017

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The Awaken Project came to Howell, Tuesday, Feb. 25, to focus on heroin use. For founder Joe Richardson, former professional baseball player for the Boston Red Sox, the mission is personal. Father of three children, Joe lost his...

You’re somebody’s type

Madison May, Journalism I

April 18, 2017

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April 7, Howell hosted a blood drive. As long as the requirements, such as having healthy blood, weighing 120 pounds or being over 16 were met, anyone could donate. “St. Louis needs 800 pints of blood a day just to meet demand ...

Crimes of the Heart

April 10, 2017

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April showers bring play flowers to Francis Howell Limelight Theatre's production of Crimes of the Heart. The show tells the story of three sisters from a small Mississippi town who are brought back together when Babe, the youn...

Anatomy students head to SLU

Kennadyn Momeno, Journalism I

April 7, 2017

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On Tuesday, Feb. 28, anatomy students took a trip to Saint Louis University for the AIMS (Adventures in Medicine and Science) Cadaver Program. With a combination of presentations and hands-on opportunities, students received a better unde...

DECA hosts green out wrestling match

Alyssa Juris, Social Media / Website Editor

December 21, 2016

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DECA hosted a green out wrestling match, Dec. 20 against Howell Central. DECA raised awareness for NAMI: National Alliance on Mental Illness. The group held a minute dash and raised $80.

New finals schedule

Alyssa Juris, Social Media / Website Editor

December 19, 2016

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Due to the snow day, Dec. 19, there will be a change in the finals schedule. Since there was no scheduled snow make up day for, Thursday Dec. 22, the make up day will be May 18. As for next two days will continue as planned, late...

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