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Back-on, Back-Off

In News, Opinion, School by Kelley Lisbony0 Comments

Too often you hear complaints of back, shoulder, and even neck pain in the school hallways. When students express these pains, they often receive incredulous looks of confusion because these …

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The Science Behind Tornados

In Weather by Anthony M0 Comments

Tornadoes are formed from the extremely large thunderstorms called super cells                                                                            Tornadoes can be very destructive in nature with their speed ranging from 110mph to 300mph   A Tornado normally appears transparent until it picks up dust and …

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AN H-E-B FOR ME

In News by Skylyr Wells0 Comments

The first H‐E‐B emerged inside the Kerrville home of Florence Thornton Butt in 1905. Unbeknownst to her, this pocket-sized grocery soon became not only the most well‐established food distribution store in …

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IT Hits Theatres

In News, Reviews by Abby0 Comments

As you may know, Stephen King’s IT hit the theaters and received great reviews from critics and moviegoers. It only took 27 years from the original IT to be re made into …

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Live Love Rescue

In Community, Weather by Drohi Edward0 Comments

During late August 2017, the residents of eastern Texas experienced one of the most powerful natural disasters ever to make landfall: Hurricane Harvey. This category 4 storm broke records when …