Volume 12 Issue 3 was released on Dec. 21, 2017. (click here to read)
Volume 12 Issue 2 was released Nov. 21, 2017. (Click here to read)
by Autumn Jones, marketing director The general public says that the little girl’s wish to have a pony is just a stage that will soon expire before she moves on … Continue Reading Career Search: The road to operating an equine facility
by Kaitlyn Kozalla, staff writer From big cities to small towns, there are places for kids to hangout and have fun. That place for our small town is known as … Continue Reading Saegertown continues its tradition of ‘Fifth Quarter’ at Common Grounds
Check out this teaser for our new series which will explore the interesting stories of the people who make up the Panther Community.
Photos by Hannah Myers, photo editor
by Kaity Gage, design editor When a family member can’t pronounce their “r’s”, “th’s”, or even has a hard time speaking or swallowing due to a recent stroke, that is … Continue Reading Career search: A look into speech-language pathology and audiology
by Kaitlyn Walsh, features editor For most students, summer means doing absolutely nothing and being the human equivalent of a slug for three months. But for seniors, summer means moving … Continue Reading Seniors hyped for graduation parties
by Scout Van Cise, opinion editor On Sunday June 4, junior Francis Jageacks was showcased in the Cootie Harris Jazz Jam. Jageacks was part of a 10 week Youth Jazz … Continue Reading Jageacks performs in local jazz jam
Volume 11 Issue 9 was released Monday, June 5, 2017. Click here to read.
by Rachel Barner, news editor and Hannah Myers, staff writer Once that final bell rings at 3 p.m. on June 9, school is out and students have time to themselves. … Continue Reading Summer jobs take over school
by Rachel Barner, news editor Student loans are haunting seniors’ and juniors’ minds with the thought of college ahead. One thing that can save them from going into large debt … Continue Reading Scholarship opportunities for juniors and seniors