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Rise n’ grind

Rise n’ grind

Nathaniel Durbin, Reporter

October 11, 2017


Filed under Profile Stories, Teen Culture

It's 4:30 in the morning, while most high school kids are still in bed asleep, Seth Barnes and his mother are waking up and getting ready for school. Barnes is a sophomore at Meridian High School and a part of the basketball team. Unlike most kids, Barnes gets his basketball workouts in before most...

Man’s Best Friend

Hunter Chubley, Reporter

October 11, 2017


Filed under Profile Stories, Teen Culture

Brayden Foster, a Junior at Meridian High School, has just added a new furry four-legged friend (Gunner) to the family. On September 8, 2017 Foster got his new pal from a good friend and fellow student at Meridian, Kaity Landrus. Landrus offered Foster the little pup when they were "talking about...

Special kind of person

Special kind of person

Emily Peterson, Reporter

October 10, 2017


Filed under Profile Stories, Teen Culture

During summer break, Megan Hill keeps busy babysitting, playing volleyball, and hanging out with friends. Something many people do not know about Hill is she has spent the past three summers helping kids with special needs at United Cerebral Palsy. Hill is following in her mom’s footsteps. Hill’s mom, Angel,...

Puzzle piece missing

Puzzle piece missing

Mary Adams, Reporter

October 10, 2017


Filed under Profile Stories, Teen Culture

Ellen Jackson, a freshman at Meridian High School, involved in volleyball, basketball, softball, SADD, and also on homecoming court, recently had a long-time best friend move away to Maroa-Forsyth. Jackson has been brought down that her friend moved away, promising that she wouldn’t stop communi...

Going green

Going green

Spencer Litteral, Reporter

October 3, 2017


Filed under Teen Culture

The color green can be used as a symbol. For the Meridian district, it has an even bigger meaning. It is the color of their school. Today is the day of the homecoming game, the football team is coming off their first varsity win in three years, and activities fill the school environment. People show...

Clash of Class

Clash of Class

Sadie Scott, Editor-in-Chief

October 2, 2017


Filed under Teen Culture

Each class falls into a category. The freshmen are the ones the rest of the school walks all over. The seniors run the place. The sophomores and juniors, well, they simply fall into null years. Sophomores are classified as "not freshmen anymore," and juniors are "almost seniors". Each year of high sc...

The adventures of Gabe Taylor

The adventures of Gabe Taylor

Alexis Rosenberger, Reporter

September 26, 2017


Filed under Profile Stories, Showcase, Teen Culture

There is trash scattered across the floor. Mysterious personal belongings lay as though they have been forgotten in their original places. Boarded windows, caved in walls, mold and deceased creatures lay throughout the building…Is this a place you would imagine an assumed to be average high school senior...

Freshman lands lead role in upcoming play

Freshman lands lead role in upcoming play

Matthew Sander, Reporter

September 26, 2017


Filed under Profile Stories, Showcase, Teen Culture

For the first time in five years a freshman, Hallie Gates, will be a lead role in a high school production. She will be the most recent since Hannah Wetzel back in 2012. Gates' role is that of Lucy Pevensie in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. "Oh jeez, am I?!" a shocked Gates exclaimed. "Well, I...

Silently skilled

Silently skilled

Emily Wilcox, Reporter

September 26, 2017


Filed under Profile Stories, Teen Culture

Jacob Jones, an introvert sophomore, exerts his energy into basketball rather than talking. It is said Jones has three special character traits that not many talented athletes his age have: focus, priorities, and the ability to be humble. “I guess [I am humble], I don’t really brag much about being...

Dear Sadie: Introduction

Dear Sadie: Introduction

Sadie Scott, Editor-in-Chief

September 25, 2017


Filed under Dear Sadie, Teen Culture

Do you need advice for tough decisions, or maybe just having trouble dealing with a problem? If so, next month, a new column will be introduced to the Meridian Daily called Dear Sadie. Dear Sadie is a column by the editor that will handle letters from the readers and offer advice to find a solutio...

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