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Local skateboarder works with Seymour to keep kids off the streets and on their boards

Local skateboarder works with Seymour to keep kids off the streets and on their boards

Elizabeth Rust, Writer
November 28, 2022

Isaiah Gambrel, SHS 2015 graduate and a longtime part of the local skateboarding scene, has begun working with the city to provide kids in Seymour a positive role model and a healthy outlet at the...

Lucy Horton, 2020 Showcase Winner

Showcase Seymour: What is It?

November 3, 2022

In 2018, Showcase Seymour was created with hopes of showcasing the vast array of talent at Seymour High School. Mr. Rose, founder of the Showcase, went into depth about the concept of Showcase Seymour...

Words are Strange: Middle Ground

Words are Strange: Middle Ground

Ally, Staff Writer
May 10, 2022
A weekly poem from T.R. Stone. 
We are Unified

We are Unified

Ally Leinart, Head of Photography
May 2, 2022

There is a sport here at SHS not well known. Its name is Unified Track. With a combination of para-athletes and athletes, this team is special. The field events consist of shot put and long jump, with...

Words are Strange: Better Words

Words are Strange: Better Words

Ally Leinart, Head of Photography
May 2, 2022

A weekly poem from T.R. Stone Better Words Think better Try better Do better Be better   That word Always repeating Like an alarm In my head   But meaner words In...

Russias Invasion on Ukraine - What You Need to Know

Russia’s Invasion on Ukraine – What You Need to Know

Carson Carpenter, Co-Editor in Chief
March 18, 2022

On Thursday, February 24, 2022 Russia launched a full-scale invasion on the sovereign country Ukraine. The invasion came after months of speculation and build up of Russian troops around the Ukrainian...

Cryptocurrency, Here to Stay?

Cryptocurrency, Here to Stay?

Carson Carpenter, Co-Editor in Chief
February 16, 2022

The year 2020 will be mostly known for bringing about a global pandemic that no one could ever imagined it ravaging the world the way it did. Businesses shut down, schools closed, social distancing and...

Cryptocurrency is Harming our Planet

Cryptocurrency is Harming our Planet

Caley Monnier, Co-Editor in Chief
January 31, 2022
While new economic systems like Bitcoin seem utopian, there are other repercussions to consider. One study claims that emissions from Bitcoin transactions could singlehandedly increase the Earth’s temperature by 2°C. One might pose the question: how does a digital currency with no physical trace leave behind such a large environmental footprint?
College Basketball is Back Like it Never Left

College Basketball is Back Like it Never Left

Carson Carpenter, Co-Editor in Chief
December 13, 2021

The 2021-22 college basketball season picked up right where it left off in March, and it's off to an electrifying start for the year. The first month of the season has already been filled with thrilling...

Students posing with this years earnings after they were revealed.

2021 Dance Marathon Shatters Goal

Carson Carpenter and Audrey Wiggam
December 7, 2021

Seymour's Dance Marathon for Riley Children's Hospital was back Saturday night November 2o after a one year hiatus due to complications from COVID-19.  The event is usually held annually by student-led...

Seymour FFA competes in Area Contest

Seymour FFA competes in Area Contest

Audrey Wiggam, Head of Entertainment
November 18, 2021

The Seymour FFA Chapter recently competed in the Area 2 Crops competition in Paoli. During this contest, FFA members competing in Crop Judging completed a test, multiple grain grading problems and identified...

The Joy of Parrots

The Joy of Parrots

Maria Ruiz, Staff Writer
October 8, 2021

Owning a parrot is a true delight. A soft, feathery, and talkative companion to keep you company everyday is a joy. Especially African Grey parrots, which are among the most intelligent breed of parrots. Taking Responsibility African...

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