Teen Matters is a teen health program for high school-aged students with locations at both Cedar Shoals High School and Clarke Central High School to provide health services confidentially. The program could be affected by President Donald Trump’s planned Department of Health and Human Services budget cuts.
Four Clarke Central High School student athletes committed to an athletic career at the collegiate level on April 12 in the Gladiator Gallery.
Over the winter break, fences were added around Clarke Central High School’s perimeter. Principal Marie Yuran discusses the future of security for CCHS and the plan to secure the school and manage student traffic.
The Electoral College has been taking power away from the people and creating unfair and illogical presidential election results since its creation in 1787.
Managing Editor Sophie Fernandes has learned to see life through a lens after finding a passion for photojournalism.
Rapper Kendrick Lamar returns with his fourth studio album, “DAMN.” released on April 14, showing that Lamar is blessed with the Midas Touch.
Clarke Central High School senior Chris Ortuno has been impacted by soccer, a sport he has grown a passion for.