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Neenah Alumnus’s Inspirational Clothing Brand Brings Smiles to N.J.S.D. Staff Raffle Winners

Ashlyn Jacobs, Editor in Chief February 18, 2021

Neenah alumnus Chance Pronschinske’s clothing company, Smile Big, provided prizes for N.J.S.D.’s Jan. 22 virtual staff raffle in place of the usual donations from local businesses. Chance Pronschinske...

One of the History Room's most popular collections, these yearbooks spanning from 1919 to 2019 (with a few missing) bring in visitors of all ages.

Public Library’s History Room Holds a Century of NHS Yearbooks

Ashlyn Jacobs, Editor in Chief January 14, 2021

The Neenah Public Library’s upstairs History Room contains tucked-away gems of Neenah’s past: high school yearbooks dating back to 1919, with the exception of a few missing years, according to librarian...

Local Businesses Wish Residents a Happy Holidays

Local Businesses Wish Residents a Happy Holidays

Lauren Sturgell, Assistant Editor in Chief December 24, 2020

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Column: Sexual Assault Issue Lacks Discussion and Support

Ellon Buchanan, Student of Journalism December 23, 2020

Sexual assault is an umbrella term used for any sexual contact without a person’s consent. This can happen to anyone at any age, gender or sexual orientation. Despite the fact that this can happen to...

Light Up the Town

Light Up the Town

Elaina Plankey, Staff Photographer December 10, 2020

Ellon Buchanan sitting on top of a bench in front of a wall painted with flowers.

Stealthy Approach to Education Explored

Evan Greis, Student of Journalism November 7, 2020

In a school of over 2,000 students, going unnoticed is almost impossible, but one student makes that the goal. For the everyday student, a chat in the halls or a group conversation is commonplace,...

From Finland to the States, Foreign Exchange Student Gets Unique Experience

Kaya Boettcher, Student of Journalism November 6, 2020

The transition from vast boreal forests to corn fields and farmland is a shocking one. For Kristo Tuomiranta, this is one of the biggest differences in culture he notices between his native country and...

Administrator Kyle Popp

Administrator Reflects Career and Education Via Podcast Skills

Aber Qureshi, Student of Journalism November 3, 2020

COVID-19 has changed everything. Schools, businesses, jobs and work have shut down and became much tougher during this global pandemic, but that does not stop Kyle Popp, NHS and Shattuck Middle School's...

Humane Society Perseveres During Troubling Times

Jacob Lind and Rachel Jones November 3, 2020

While many people are concerned for their own needs because of the current pandemic, Cheryl Rosenthal is concerned for the animals in the shelter. Rosenthal is the manager at the Oshkosh Area Humane...

Photo of Mrs. Drake and her family.

Teacher, Mother and Wife Gets Through Tough Times

Peyton Phelps, Student of Journalism October 31, 2020

The COVID-19 Pandemic has drastically changed everyone's lives. This holds true for English teacher Jodi Drake.  She is a mother to 2 elementary students in the district and married to former Neenah...

Miss Emily Bennett is a science teacher, who started a hydroponics program with an interest in the future.

Hydroponics Still Growing Toward A Better Future

Ellon Buchanan and Evan Greis October 31, 2020

Nobody was prepared for Covid; it truly flipped the world on its head. Yet this science teacher was able to keep on growing during her situation. Miss Emily Bennett is a teacher, who started a hydroponics...

Far from Spain, a Student Hopes for New Experiences

Payton McClowry and Grace Randall October 31, 2020

COVID-19 has brought many troubles and shut down many opportunities for people all around the globe. NHS is seeing this first-hand as the school only brought in two foreign exchange students this year....

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