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Huntley’s indoor farmer market bustles with life despite Coronavirus setbacks
Kaitlyn Ziebell November 15, 2020

The smell of freshly baked goods and the sound of muffled chatter and laughter greet you as you walk in through the open Legion Hall’s doors....

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Mental health training leads discussion on avoided subjects
Abby Panier November 15, 2020

With a pandemic, the new normal, and another lock-down looming, talk about mental health has only increased. On Saturday, Nov. 14, the first...

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Veteran's Day event garners a surplus of donations for local veterans
Zaina Mohammed November 11, 2020

The organizers of this year’s Veterans Day program shut the trunk of a van filled with donation items to veterans in need, excited about raising...

Transitioning into a new time
Transitioning into a new time
Steven Schumacher November 6, 2020

Our community has come along way since 1851, when the village of Huntley was founded. The village itself has grown both in population and successes....

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Board of Education reviews District 158’s report card
Ally Panzloff November 6, 2020

During the Board of Education meeting on Nov. 5, board members reviewed the results of District 158’s Illinois School Report Card. The ISRC...

Board of Education announces the hybrid plan delay
Board of Education announces the hybrid plan delay
Emmy Cohen October 24, 2020

As of 5 p.m. on Thursday, on Oct. 22, the hybrid plan was pushed back. Students in grades K-5 went back to school last week and Students in grades...

Medical and Fine Arts Academy applications: where they are currently at and the plan moving forward
Medical and Fine Arts Academy applications: where they are currently at and the plan moving forward
Gabrielle Terez October 19, 2020

October is not only the month for Halloween and PSATs, it is also the month for applying to two of Huntley High School’s academies: the Medical...

The PSAT Recap
The PSAT Recap
Brenden Boyle, Staff Writer • October 15, 2020

On Wednesday, Oct. 14, juniors at Huntley High School took the Preliminary SAT. The PSAT/NMSQT is an assessment that prepares students for the...

The successful STUCO drive-in movie
The successful STUCO drive-in movie
Brooke Hamann October 13, 2020

The rumbling of engines, harmonizing together. The flickering of headlights galore, lighting up the night sky. Crackling gravel, the sound of...

Huntley Mini-Zoo Day
Huntley Mini-Zoo Day
Jacey Sola October 12, 2020

On Oct 11, the Huntley Mini-Zoo Day event was hosted by A Zoo to You and Sew Hop’d Brewery in One Union Special Plaza, Huntley. A Zoo to You...

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How Zoom affects students with IEPs and test accommodations
Austin Zenaty October 7, 2020

Students who normally have Individualized Education Programs or 504 plans have testing accommodations. The accommodations allow for them to get...

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In person voting in Huntley
Kayla Sweeney October 5, 2020

Every four years a president is elected. This year is 2020, which means this is the year we either keep Donald J. Trump as our president or elect...

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Board of Education approves debt resolution, setting stage for financial restructuring
Zoe Emerson October 3, 2020

A special Board of Education meeting was held on Thursday, Oct. 1 to address the state of the financial restructuring resolution that was originally...

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Principal Student Leadership Council holds first meeting
Rayne Zilch September 29, 2020

Principal Marcus Belin held the first Principal Student Leadership Council. For other schools, it is called the Principal Council or a Principal...

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District 158 announces K-5 will be sent back to school
Kaitlyn Ziebell September 26, 2020

As of Sept. 18, parents of kindergarten through fifth grade students now have the option to send their children back to school on the hybrid...

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