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Osama bin Laden Killed

May 2, 2011

Click here for front-page coverage about bin Laden's death from around the world. For a time line of Osama bin Laden's life, click here.  ...

“Teenagers are genetically ungrateful” – OPINION by Zoe Krueger

March 25, 2011

OPINION - By Zoe Krueger  Let’s face it, the simplest habit we were taught as children was to always say thank you, but somewhere along the way to adulthood our memory cards involuntarily moved the “Manners Folder” into the trash. That’s not to say, however, that teenagers don’t appre...

Book Fair to raise funds for Media Center

March 15, 2011

By Olivia Petersen The Atlantic High School will be hosting a Scholastic Book Fair March 11 through March 17 in the Atlantic High School Media Center. Monday & Tuesday the fair will be open from 7:30-5:00 and Wednesday-Friday 7:30-8:00. Also you click on the link on this page to hop online and look around ...

Speech students on to state

March 3, 2011

By Malachi Wickman   The Trojan forensics squad participated in the Iowa High School Speech Association (IHSSA) district tournament on Saturday, Feb. 26. Nine students advanced to state in various events.  State will be held in Glenwood on March 12. Katelyn Blake qualified in Literary P...

According to Paul: Top Internet Memes – OPINION

February 18, 2011

By Paul Honke Internet memes are basically videos, lines, sayings, or pictures that are spread on the Internet used for a humorous effect. This can be really annoying or enjoyable--but either way we still laugh at them. So for right now, let's look at my top 11 Internet memes. Why top 11? To quote ...

Trojanns unable to win on Senior Night

February 8, 2011

By Anthony Robinson Three Trojann basketball players and the Trojanns' manager were honored Tuesday night, Feb. 9. Players  Taylor Young, Jessica Arneson, Sierra Worth, and manager Christy Stevens were honored for their senior leadership during the 2010-2011 Trojann basketball season. The Trojann...

Creatures that roam cyberspace: Emoticons say what we feel – OPINION

February 3, 2011

By Alyssa Askeland Facebook is changing the way we communicate. Many of our interactions are now over the internet instead of in person.  So most people use emoticons when typing to express their feelings and what they would be doing with their expressions if they were talking face-to-face.  From ...

Early out

January 31, 2011

According to KJAN and the Atlantic High School office, school will dismiss at 11:45 today due to inclement weather. Due to dismissal at 11:45 am due to weather here is the schedule for today: Schedule for Monday, January 31, 2011 3rd Period          10:01-10:49 4 “A” Lunch      10:49-11:17 4A Class            11:22-...

Harmless Gossip? – GUEST OPINION

January 28, 2011

By Taylor Monson Harmless Gossip? I know a girl who used to walk through the school with a smile and confidence.  Her life seemed almost perfect.  Suddenly she changed.  Depression hid inside her and tore apart every happy thought.  She cut herself every day after school.  She a...

Students buckle up for saftey

January 27, 2011

By Paul Honke Winter is here, snow has covered the roads, and a sheet of ice is hidden below the blanket. With a car crash occurring every 30 seconds in America, car safety is a must. With every crash, the chance of receiving a car injury is extremely high. However, there is a way to drastically improve your rate of s...

Forensics and debate tournaments

January 14, 2011

By Malachi Wickman Atlantic High School’s debate and forensics team have started their competition season. Terrence Shuman, English teacher and forensics coach of AHS, prepares and takes students to speech tournaments each year. Sophomore Cassandra Hallman states, “You’ll never for...

AHS is spreading joy this holiday season

December 9, 2010

By Alyssa Askeland Each year around Christmas, the AHS Student Council invites the Primetimes to "adopt" a family in need from the community.  Tess Dusenberry, Student Council vice president, called the Head Start office and asked for a list of families who cannot afford to buy their child Christmas pre...

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