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Powderpuff game helps Tackle Cancer

Marya Redmond, Team Lead Editor
October 13, 2014
Filed under News, Read & Watch

Homecoming 2014 hosted the second annual Powderpuff football game in Pony stadium. It was played between current reigning seniors and the new to Powderpuff juniors. At 6:30p.m. the class of 2015 girls fought to defend their title from the class of 2016 girls.  This year, the Powderpuff game will be helping to s...

A look at the Ponies 2014 football season

Matt Salmi, Social Media Editor
September 30, 2014
Filed under Fall Sports, Read & Watch, Sports

The Ponies football team has started the year off on the right foot as they are 3-0!  The first few games on the Ponies schedule were anticipated to be wins and they won them in convincing fashion.  While the second half of the schedule seems to be tougher it should make for some exciting games. T...

Water Street Inn puts on new addition

Sydney Kuball
April 15, 2014
Filed under Local News, Multimedia, News, Read & Watch

A building in downtown Stillwater is much more than just a stack of bricks, it is a place where people come together and something that a small town takes pride in. There is meaning and history on every street, but change is always welcome.  Take a turn down Water Street and take a look at just that. The...

Create & Paint helps Stillwater get creative

Olivia Novotny
April 4, 2014
Filed under Local Arts, News, News Briefs, Read & Watch

  On Mar. 1, the paint-your-own pottery and canvas studio, located on Chestnut Street East, became available for scheduled events or walk-ins. The “no pressure” atmosphere encourages people of all ages and abilities to come in and give it a try. The studio can host any event, from birthd...

BYOD initiative moves on to school board

Katelyn Weisbrod
April 1, 2014
Filed under News, Read & Watch, Technology & Gaming

Every single day, discoveries are made that make the world more advanced than it ever has been before. It is essential that as these advancements are made, they are distributed to the youth of the nation, which is arguably the most important generation. As technology becomes a bigger and bigger part...

Students give back with Mexico Mission trip

Students give back with Mexico Mission trip

Emily Lodahl
March 26, 2014
Filed under Home, Multimedia, Read & Watch

  Over spring break, the students of Trinity Lutheran Church traveled to Chuburna Puerto, Mexico to spend the week having an impact on a community in need. Each year approximately 65 students and 15 adults go to serve Jesus in Mexico by building roofs on homes, leading a bible school for childre...

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