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Figuring out finance

Figuring out finance

Holly Baldacci

February 17, 2014

When it comes to finance, most students are left in the lurch and unsure about what to do with the cash they amass from after-school jobs. Paychecks are converted into movie dates and fast food, and a few dollars might end up in a savings account. Junior Kaitlyn Paez, however, wanted to make the most of her money. Most we...

Everyone can cheer

Everyone can cheer

Adam Reckamp

February 6, 2014

In May 2012, Huntley High School varsity cheerleader Lexi Gardocki approached the Huntley Cheer Association with an idea for a new cheer team, a special needs cheer team. The board agreed to the idea and Gardocki set out to form the team. With the help of fellow varsity cheerleaders Lexie Morel, Alison Gentry, Kate Baier, and adult coach...

One in a million

One in a million

Chris Sawalski

December 12, 2013

On Jan. 6, 1998, a little miracle was born in Seoul, the capital of South Korea. His mother was only 21 years old at the time, and his father was nowhere to be found. His mother knew just as well as anybody, without a father, there would be no life for this boy. He would never be able to get a good edu...

Aubrie Purtell: gymnast extraordinaire

Aubrie Purtell: gymnast extraordinaire

Hannah Rosso

November 20, 2013

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NHS welcomes new members, changes

NHS welcomes new members, changes

Holly Baldacci

October 30, 2013

Today, Huntley High School’s National Honor Society welcomed its newest 82 members in a candlelight induction ceremony that focused on the four pillars of NHS leadership. The ceremony, which took place in the Performing Arts Center from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., was led by first-year NHS sponsor Me...

Not so different

Not so different

Rachel Brands

October 11, 2013

Junior Koki Ito isn’t like the other students at Huntley High School, and for one obvious reason: he’s from Japan. He arrived in the United States by airplane on Aug. 23 and met up with the Martinellis, his foster family for the year. He noticed the difference in the two countries almost insta...

He’s number one

He’s number one

Chris Sawalski

October 6, 2013

  Jamieson Allare, a sophomore at Huntley High School, stands a mere 5-foot-8-inches and weighs in at 135 pounds. He is a quiet kid who plays basketball for the high school squad, and always keeps his grades up. It is shocking to think that he could be number one in the world. Jamieson has mastered a ma...

The joy of spreading beauty

The joy of spreading beauty

Holly Baldacci

March 22, 2013

As other seniors are preparing to head straight to college, Bryanna Chapman has a stop to make first. Chapman will be attending Regency Beauty Institute to obtain a cosmetology degree to help pay for college and fulfill her dreams. Chapman’s passion for makeup isn’t the only thing that makes ...

Huntley sends Wolves packing, wins 56-30

Huntley sends Wolves packing, wins 56-30

Tom Heagney

January 30, 2013

Huntley overcame a sluggish start offensively to topple Fox Valley Conference opponent Prairie Ridge 56-30 on Wednesday night. The Raiders started off slow, scoring only 11 points in the first quarter and trailing the Wolves. At the end of the quarter, Huntley coach Marty Manning had a fiery talk...

FLASHBACK: HHS Alumna makes top 10 on Miss America

FLASHBACK: HHS Alumna makes top 10 on Miss America

Michael Geheren

January 12, 2013

[box type="note" align="aligncenter" ]One year ago Hannah Smith from Huntley, IL was on Miss America 2012. Take a look back at Smith's journey to make Huntley proud. Please note: This article was originally published January 14, 2012 at 10:24pm. [/box] Update (10:15pm): Smith's last performance was t...

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