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Girls track takes first place at the Ottawa Fricke Invitational

Girls track takes first place at the Ottawa Fricke Invitational

By Sarah Henderson
April 19, 2015
The air was warm and breezy in the afternoon of Friday April 17, and the anticipation of the varsity girls track team filled the stuffy air of the bus. Weeks of practice and improvement, as well as a two hour bus ride, had led to the arrival at the Fricke Invitational at Ottawa Township High School.
Netflix Must Watches for Spring

Netflix Must Watches for Spring

By Sarah Henderson
April 2, 2015
Spring is coming, and as the saying goes “April showers bring May flowers.” With times of very rainy and gloomy weather approaching, the best way to push through is to curl up under a couple blankets and watch some good movies, easily available to you on Netflix.
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Netflix blog: What to watch over Spring Break

By Sarah Henderson
February 27, 2015
Spring break is approaching, (March 25 to 29) and for some people this means a glamorous and much-needed vacation to somewhere warm and distant. However, not everyone is so fortunate to get away and, like me, they are stuck at home wondering what they could do to pass the time. If they are even more like me they’ll immediately start binge-watching an entire show on Netflix. As a frequent binge-watcher, I have assembled a list of my top five shows to obsess over during spring break and they are the following:
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Fifth Harmony review: Reflections

By Sarah Henderson
February 20, 2015

ifth Harmony released their first studio album “Reflections” on Feb. 3, 2015. The all- female pop group released their EP, “Better Together”, in...

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Imagine Dragons album review: Smoke and Mirrors

By Sarah Henderson
February 20, 2015

wo weeks ago I sat in my car listening to the radio as one of Imagine Dragon’s newest singles, “I Bet My Life,” came on the radio. I loved the song...

Netflix blog: House of Cards

Netflix blog: House of Cards

By Sarah Henderson
February 6, 2015
On Feb. 1, 2014, the world met Frank Underwood, a ruthless Democrat from South Carolina. Netflix’s original series “House of Cards,” based on the BBC miniseries, follows Underwood’s mission to conquer Washington D.C., kicking ass and taking names along the way.
NHS gets in the spirit of giving

NHS gets in the spirit of giving

By Sarah Henderson
January 14, 2015

he biting cold on the evening of Monday Dec. 22  was nothing compared to the warm, festive spirit that filled the air in the Huntley Culver's on Route...

The Latest in Netflix

The Latest in Netflix

By Sarah Henderson
December 12, 2014
Earlier last week, Netflix made its monthly addition of various new television shows and movies to their website. Seasons and episodes from currently running, popular television series were added, as well as recently released and highly rated movies.
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Coming soon to Netflix

By Sarah Henderson
November 16, 2014
We all reach a point in our Netflix binge-watching tirade, the “I've seen it all,” or “There’s nothing good to watch,” seems to be the only thing on our minds. But suddenly a flood of new TV shows and movies are added to the site, and we no longer feel like giving up hope.
Construction of the athletic field house (S.Henderson).

Fall construction update

By Sarah Henderson
November 12, 2014

s I pulled up to the school wednesday morning, I caught a glimpse of red at the front entrance of the school. The red and grey exterior and other finishing...

 Red Raiders defeat Warriors 55-28

Red Raiders defeat Warriors 55-28

By Sarah Henderson
October 21, 2014
Music blasted as the Red Raiders varsity football team made their way to the field, led by junior Ryan Ford. A light rain hung over the field throughout the night, but spirits were high in Friday night’s game against the McHenry Warriors. The pink sea that was Raider Nation chanted and celebrated the Raiders’ exhilarating and successful efforts. In Friday night’s game, Huntley against McHenry, the final score was 55-28, with Huntley as the victorious team. The highly anticipated victory brought the Red Raiders’ record to 7-1 this season, as the playoffs approach in the next two weeks.
Netflix Rules of the Road

Netflix Rules of the Road

By Sarah Henderson
October 8, 2014
Other times I have heard complaints that Netflix lacks any sort of quality entertaining shows and movies, and that is false. It only requires a minimal amount of effort to make your next series choice, but I have found a method to make your decision simpler.
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What everyone can learn from Bieber’s DUI

By Sarah Henderson
January 23, 2014
Early Thursday morning, Jan. 23, 19 year old pop-sensation, Justin Bieber was arrested for drag racing and a DUI in Miami Beach, FL. Not exactly a surprise, with recent run-ins with local law enforcement and the arrest of rapper Lil Za in Bieber’s home. Many people, including myself, were left anticipating his approaching incarceration.
Decorations were set for the annual Dinner with Santa hosted by the District 158 Education Foundation (S. Henderson).

Having dinner with Santa

By Sarah Henderson
December 9, 2013
On Friday Dec. 6, Marlowe Middle School was transformed to a Christmas wonderland. White lights and snowflakes hung beautifully across the ceiling of the cafeteria with a fake fireplace, and a red velvet chair sat at the end of the room.

Is Huntley due for another dance?

By Sarah Henderson
November 26, 2013

From the minute Homecoming ended, my Twitter feed has been packed with memorable and happy tweets talking about that night. Soon after that, dozens of...

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“ARTPOP” is more than just an album

By Sarah Henderson
November 13, 2013
Lady Gaga's newest album inspires fans and critics to love themselves for who they are.
New kid on the block

New kid on the block

By Sarah Henderson
October 18, 2013

Rowe was born and raised, along with his younger sister, in Charleston, Missouri by his mother, Margaret, and his father, Terry. Margaret was a kindergarten...

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“Gravity” leaves viewers soaring

By Sarah Henderson
October 6, 2013
“Gravity” is a Sci- Fi Thriller directed by Alfonso Cuarón, and written by Cuarón his brother Jonas Cuarón. This movie will have you on the edge of your seat with dramatic and suspenseful events throughout its entirety.
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