GISH siblings making a splash this season

By Ayla Strong, Reporter             High school offers many opportunities for siblings to compete together mostly in the fine arts but for Senior High swimmers Luke and Hannah Dankert they are able to practice and compete in the same sport.             The boys and girls swim teams have been seeing a lot of success latelyContinue reading “GISH siblings making a splash this season”

The Ice-Cream Truck, by Kenzie Edwards

            McKinley’s Clown Ice-Ice Cream had been around our town for many years but this week was the first time the ice cream truck had been down our block.  I would have to admit that it was kind of a sketchy looking truck, nothing like the TV commercials led us to believe.             As soonContinue reading “The Ice-Cream Truck, by Kenzie Edwards”

Twilight of the Warlocks, by Hayley Minne

The sickle moon looked like it was cutting open the mountain and the red dawn blood spilling from a wound. “A bad omen,” Alarra thought. The glow of the dawn illuminated the world with a red hue though it was still dark.  She had no need of light to see so Alarra made the climbContinue reading “Twilight of the Warlocks, by Hayley Minne”

The Secret, by Erin Anderson

            Alexa Williams is a 5-6 woman with black hair and brown eyes. She joined a group of two with her sister when she was 10 years old and Alex was seven.             Alex Williams is a 5-3 woman with dark brown hair and brown eyes as well. She followed her sister almost everywhere sheContinue reading “The Secret, by Erin Anderson”

Introduce Yourself (Example Post)

This is an example post, originally published as part of Blogging University. Enroll in one of our ten programs, and start your blog right. You’re going to publish a post today. Don’t worry about how your blog looks. Don’t worry if you haven’t given it a name yet, or you’re feeling overwhelmed. Just click theContinue reading “Introduce Yourself (Example Post)”