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Cheating Death

Cheating Death

By Yazmin Dominguez
December 21, 2012

From 70 miles per hour to 0. In one second.That is how long it took for the moment of impact to forever taint the memory of science teacher, Gerry Marchand....

Early graduates prepare their goodbyes to Huntley High School

Early graduates prepare their goodbyes to Huntley High School

By Yazmin Dominguez
December 17, 2012

For most high school students, the first half of the 2012-13 school year is coming to an end. For a certain number of high school seniors, however, this...

Winter preview: girls basketball

Winter preview: girls basketball

By Yazmin Dominguez
November 16, 2012

With its record at 11-11, the Huntley girls varsity basketball team was falling apart with a five-game losing streak in the middle of its 2011- 2012 basketball...

The Huntley Fall Fest and its offered attractions (Y. Dominguez).

Huntley Fall Fest returns to Deicke Park

By Yazmin Dominguez
September 28, 2012

By Yazmin Dominguez The long expected Huntley Fall Festival is finally here. It is set to start Friday, Sept.28 and end Sunday, Sept. 30. While the...

[VIDEO] Major Changes to Academic Drive

[VIDEO] Major Changes to Academic Drive

By Yazmin Dominguez
September 8, 2012
Dr. John Burkey, Superintendent of Consolidated School District 158 explains the changes to Academic Drive on the Square Barn Road Campus.
Bound by love

Bound by love

By Yazmin Dominguez
May 4, 2012

The friendship began with junior Crystal Hoffman and sophomore Delaney Loprieno meeting on their club Heat United soccer team. The girls quickly...

BREAKING NEWS: Police chase on Algonquin Rd.

BREAKING NEWS: Police chase on Algonquin Rd.

By Yazmin Dominguez
April 1, 2012

A police chase occurred on Algonquin Road on Sunday, April 1 in-between the times of 4 and 5 p.m. As of 5 p.m. no comment has yet been released from both...

VIDEO: Unique

VIDEO: Unique

By Yazmin Dominguez
March 14, 2012
They walk through the halls of Huntley High School. They walk past the washed-out red-colored lockers and walk along the boring white-brick hall way. When they walk, they draw side glances and stares, more than any other student would receive.
REVIEW: The Vow is barely different than other chick flicks

REVIEW: “The Vow” is barely different than other chick flicks

By Yazmin Dominguez
February 14, 2012

A romantic but heart quenching plot line, ideal role fitting actors, a charming urban setting, and a true story. All these elements combined make for a...

Seniors Lauren Simik, Brandon Becko, and Irina Tuluca (left to right) are all smiles before competing in the Geneso Tournament.

Huntley speech team has strong showing in competitions

By Yazmin Dominguez
January 31, 2012

Huntley High School's Speech Team won their ninth consecutive championship at the Fox Valley Conference on Friday, Jan. 27. Both varsity and junior...

Alexis McFarlin sings and dances her way through the halls of Huntley High School. (Yazmin Dominguez, Voice)

The girl who always sings

By Yazmin Dominguez
January 27, 2012

  A "trance" that is what she calls it. A combination of dancing, singing, and daydreaming. She experiences it everyday, it is how she...

Ribbon cut on Sun Citys new Fountain View Center

Ribbon cut on Sun City’s new Fountain View Center

By Yazmin Dominguez
January 21, 2012

On January 21,  a ribbon cutting ceremony was held by Del Webb’s Sun City initiating the grand opening of  its newly renovated building, The Fountain...

National Honor Society inducts new members

National Honor Society inducts new members

By Yazmin Dominguez
January 19, 2012

The National Honor Society, commonly referred to as NHS, held its yearly induction ceremony on Tuesday in the high school's Performing Arts Center. Incoming...

Knitting Club Knitwits Off to a Stronger Start

Knitting Club Knitwits Off to a Stronger Start

By Yazmin Dominguez
November 3, 2011
In art teacher Valerie Lindquist's room, various bundles of yarn are piled on top of each other on the art table. Some have elaborate patterns, others are one solid color. All of it is being put onto needles by the members of the Knitting Club.
In and Out of School Suspensions are Unreasonable Punishments

In and Out of School Suspensions are Unreasonable Punishments

By Yazmin Dominguez
October 18, 2011
Alternate consequences to in and out of school suspensions should be applied.
Waking up early is worth the spot

Waking up early is worth the spot

By Yazmin Dominguez
October 5, 2011
Non-assigned parking is better for students.
Captivated by Abduction

Captivated by Abduction

By Yazmin Dominguez
September 25, 2011
New movie Abduction is an action-packed film that will make viewers sit on the edge of their seat.
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