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New Parking Lot Solves Parking Issues

New Parking Lot Solves Parking Issues

Lauren Sturgell, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

February 8, 2020

Being able to drive is a right of passage for many 16 year olds. Pulling up to the DMV after nailing the test, maybe on the first try, maybe on the third or fourth try, is an exhilarating experience to say the least. The independence granted by a license frees many students who are able to drive a parent...

Neenah’s Annual Mannequin Night Creates Holiday Spirit

Neenah’s Annual Mannequin Night Creates Holiday Spirit

Katya Schumacher, Student of Journalism

December 3, 2019

Historical downtown Neenah will host its annual tradition on Friday. Store windows will be transformed into live mannequin displays featuring holiday and winter scenes. The streets will be filled with hundreds of citizens full of holiday spirit. Kicking off the holiday season, there are numerous even...

Orbit Helps Neenah Students and Families in Need

Orbit Helps Neenah Students and Families in Need

Seth Geiger and Eve Mendoza

December 1, 2019

Led by Mrs. Shelley Aaholm and Mrs. Chris Christensen each year the Orbit raises funds for necessary supplies for Neenah students and families in need. “The Orbit is a closet in the high school that contains tons of supplies; we have everything clothes, food and even personal hygiene products,...

Jesus Food Serves Hospitality to Students

Jesus Food Serves Hospitality to Students

Jordon Van Domelen, Student of Journalism

November 30, 2019

Gloria Dei Lutheran Church offers food for the soul on Thursdays, pulling in hungry high school students.  “One Thursday can bring in 150-200 kids,” Pastor Jon said. The pastor of Gloria Dei hopes to bring a variety of students in every week to limit negative behavior, such as smoking or vaping,...

Black Friday Stresses Teens Working in Retail

Black Friday Stresses Teens Working in Retail

Savannah Rosenberg, Student of Journalism

November 30, 2019

Black Friday is without a doubt a stressful holiday for employees and customers alike; this is especially true for teens working in retail. Rhieley Mulder, both shopper and worker, is familiar with the highs and lows of the bustling holiday. She currently works as a sales associate at Kohls in Neenah a...

Neenah Perkins Closed; Affects Community and School

Neenah Perkins Closed; Affects Community and School

Hannah Farrell, Student of Journalism

November 30, 2019

Perkins once the heart of Neenah, for theater students, family reunions and the retired is now closed on Oct. 20 for good. This specific Perkins was well known for its turkey dinners and late night pie, but most recently the company had less success than customers and staff believed. “After she was cut, she...

Empty Bowls Project: Students Give Back To Community in Creative Way

Empty Bowls Project:  Students Give Back To Community in Creative Way

Jake Relien, Student of Journalism

November 24, 2019

The Empty Bowls Project held its local event at Beckets in Oshkosh on Nov. 10, which allowed art students an opportunity to create ceramic bowls for the community. "A little work and compassion can go a long way to help others," NHS art teacher Mrs. Lisa Dorschner said of the event she values.  ...

Senior Citizens Enjoy Dinner and a Show at the Annual NHS Senior Dinner

Senior Citizens Enjoy Dinner and a Show at the Annual NHS Senior Dinner

Emlyn Swardenski, Staff Writer

October 17, 2019

Although voices boomed and laughter echoed over a meal, this was no ordinary school lunchtime in the cafeteria. This was the Senior Dinner, a dinner and a show provided for Neenah Seniors, on opening night (Oct. 9) of the school musical every year.  “I think it's great that the teachers have to serve everybody,...

Camp Onaway Hosts Summer Camp Opportunities

Camp Onaway Hosts Summer Camp Opportunities

April 15, 2019

Planning and discussions of summer camps and programs are starting to come about with the change of seasons, getting local campers excited already. Who are these campers? These campers are apart of the The Boys’ & Girls’ Brigade program, located right here in Neenah.  The main municipal...

Fox Cities Reads Festival Features Evicted by Matthew Desmond

Fox Cities Reads Festival Features Evicted by Matthew Desmond

Nevaeh Caballero, Student of Journalism

April 15, 2019

Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Matthew Desmond is April's 2019 book selection for Fox Cities Reads festival. An effort from the Fox Cities Book Festival and local libraries, Fox Cities Reads is a one book community event where readers are encouraged to pick up a copy of the presen...

Bergstrom Mahler Museum: Reflecting Perspectives Prompts Contemplation

Bergstrom Mahler Museum:  Reflecting Perspectives Prompts Contemplation

Maddie Bero, Student of Journalism

April 11, 2019

Bergstrom Mahler Museum of Glass is opening a new exhibit called Reflecting Perspectives on April 18, which focuses on diversity and inclusion. “The complex social, cultural and environmental challenges shaping our global landscape inform the artists’ works and provide a backdrop to the exhibition,”...

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