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Brake for Brooks, don’t speed through this

Brake for Brooks, don’t speed through this

Amber Miller, Reporter

September 5, 2018


Filed under Profile Stories, Teen Culture

Nick Brooks is a junior at Meridian High School who is also a student at the Heartland Tech Academy (at Richland). While Brooks attends the academy he plans to learn many skills and about the mechanics of vehicles. He hopes to eventually get certified in auto mechanics. Brooks is a "funny, sociable,...

Rylie Casey, Greece/Italy trip

Rylie Casey, Greece/Italy trip

Candice Duncan, Reporter

September 5, 2018


Filed under Profile Stories, Showcase, Teen Culture

Rylie Casey went on the Greece and Italy trip over the summer after fundraising. One place she visited was the Vatican City. "My favorite part in The Vatican City was the St. Peter's Basilica." "The whole experience was amazing, and the architecture of the buildings was beautiful," said Casey...

Five week flu or life altering diagnosis

Five week flu or life altering diagnosis

Mikayla Dahlkamp, Reporter

September 5, 2018


Filed under Profile Stories, Showcase, Teen Culture

Caidan Alexander Scott, a 15 year old sophomore at Meridian High. A passionate reader, Kelley Armstrong being her favorite author, is dealing with more than most her age.  During seventh grade year, she was dealing with a disease.  "I had a five week flu that kept coming and going before we figured...

Erica Corzine: tractor pulling

Erica Corzine: tractor pulling

Hannah Reichert, Reporter

September 5, 2018


Filed under Profile Stories, Showcase, Teen Culture

During the summer and a couple times throughout the year, Erica Corzine and her family compete in tractor pulls in many different states. The Corzines have traveled to competitions in Ohio, Kentucky, Michigan, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Illinois, North Carolina, and Iowa, where they have won many tractor...

Snow’s star spangled speedway

Snow’s star spangled speedway

Korey Damery, Reporter

September 4, 2018


Filed under Profile Stories

Most people in the Macon area know what Macon Speedway is, but most don't know it like Meridian junior Ella Snow. On Saturday, August 18, Snow sang the National Anthem at Macon Speedway before the races. Snow got the opportunity to sing at the Speedway when general manager, Jeff Probus, contacted...

Cheer captain curious, Alex Martin

Cheer captain curious, Alex Martin

Cristian Scott, Reporter

August 30, 2018


Filed under Profile Stories, Teen Culture

Alexandra Martin is a junior on the cheer squad at Meridian High School. Martin is hoping for captain this year but doesn't know if she will get the spot. "We are voting for captains next week, and I think I am ready to take over that job," said Martin. She was in tumbling as a child and always wanted...

Ideal Protein life with Sydney Moore

Ideal Protein life with Sydney Moore

Madison Kirkland, Reporter

May 14, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Teen Culture

Junior, Sydney Moore, decided to start Ideal Protein over other diets because her grandmother works at one of the centers that started it in the area, and she had done it as well as Moore's mother. Now Moore and her mother are doing it together. Moore was happy before she lost the weight, but now says,...

1st and 15 for Coach Sheppard

1st and 15 for Coach Sheppard

Matthew Sander, Reporter

May 10, 2018


Filed under Profile Stories

As the school year draws to a close, Coach Sheppard will end his first year as a teacher and head football coach at Meridian High School. While it may be Sheppard's first year at Meridian, he has taught for 15 years at schools such as Eisenhower, Hope Academy, and MacArthur. Sheppard also has continued...

Don’t judge a book by its cover

Don’t judge a book by its cover

May 2, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Teen Culture, Uncategorized

The school year usually goes by in a blur for some, but this group of students try to pause and bring all of your favorite memories into a single book. Many of you know what the yearbook is, but what you don’t see is the hard work and dedication these students put into it. The club begins working ...

Senioritis

Senioritis

Nathaniel Durbin, Reporter

April 16, 2018


Filed under Teen Culture, Uncategorized

Senioritis noun  se·nior·i·tis  \ ˌsē-nyər-ˈī-təs \: an ebbing of motivation and effort by school seniors as evidenced by tardiness, absences, and lower grades. At Meridian High School, with graduation right around the corner, some seniors have caught a severe case of the fictional di...

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