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Light Pole Flattens Teacher’s Car

Light Pole Flattens Teacher’s Car

By Tanner Mauk and Travis Small On Wednesday, April 16, a light pole fell during strong winds and damaged an unoccupied car in the AHS parking lot. . AHS...

Teachers Retire at AHS

Teachers Retire at AHS

By Emily Yager This school year will be the last year of teaching for two of AHS’s teachers: math teacher Kathy Bradfield and level two and level three...

AHSMinute

AHSMinute

By Rachelle Wagoner and Karly Monson Click here to watch AHSMinute.  

Eye of the Needle

Eye of the Needle

Watch Eye of the Needle here 4-16-14

Ancient World History Class Goes on Field Trip!

Ancient World History Class Goes on Field...

By Dustin Rudolph All students in Terry Hinzmann’s Ancient World History class went on a field trip to Joslyn Art Museum on Friday.  Hinzmann decided...

AHS Tennis Struggles in First Meet

AHS Tennis Struggles in First Meet

By Karly Monson The start of the 2014 tennis season swung into action Tues., Apr. 8 against Carroll Kuemper Catholic, boys staying at home and girls traveling....

Trojans Fall to Tri-Center!

Trojans Fall to Tri-Center!

By Tanner Mauk and Matt Smith On Thurs., April 10, the Atlantic Trojans lost to the Tri-Center Trojans, 3-2 in their second overtime loss of the year....

Girls Soccer Defeated By Tri-Center

Girls Soccer Defeated By Tri-Center

By Justice Parker For the girls’ second game of the season, they played away against the Tri-Center Trojans. The end result for varsity was 1-5, junior...

Girls Track Brings Home Second-Place Finish

Girls Track Brings Home Second-Place Finish

By Savannah Sorensen  Friday night, the girls track team traveled to Denison for the Denison/Schleswig CoEd Relays. Scoring in every event, the Trojans...

Girls Track Kicks Off in Clarinda

Girls Track Kicks Off in Clarinda

By Savannah Sorensen Last Tuesday, the girls track team kicked off their season with their first outdoor track meet in Clarinda. Atlantic girls placed...