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A Day of Terror

October 6, 2020 12:06pm | Shelby Boden

As we enter a new decade, it is only fair to remember what happened in the last. The nation was going through the dog days of summer ending, a group of terrorist were not letting an end of a season ruin their plans. 31 days […]

Softball A-Z

October 6, 2020 12:00pm | Katie Lapshan

All State and all conference Better at the plate Catching the ball Did my cleats in Excellent form Fielding the ball Grounding out Home run Injuries are not good Jumping jacks for warm-ups Killing the other team Losing is never fun Making a play Never […]

Officer Roe

November 14, 2019 3:31pm | Shelby Boden

Being arrested at a young age can affect many people in different ways. One is having the person change their actions and growing up being a cop for Jackson County.  “I’ve been arrested before too. I’ve been arrested when at college, It was Mock rock […]

The New Teacher, Mrs. Rooney

November 28, 2018 7:48pm | By Abby Beneke

All schools get new teachers eventually, but what do you do when your teacher quits right before schools start? Mrs. Jody Rooney is Hanover- Horton High School’s new math teacher. Mrs.Rooney was hired a couple weeks after school started. Meanwhile, the classes started with a […]

Do You Wear Clothes for the Logo?

November 28, 2018 7:04pm | By Communications Class

By Maxwell Scanlon   I do not wear clothes for the logo. I think that is dumb because you are buying a product just to advertise it. I buy clothes if they are comfortable or not. If there’s a logo on a comfortable piece of […]

Would You Like to Be Famous?

October 20, 2017 1:00am | Staff

What makes life meaningful is how you make the small things into a big thing. I agree with that but I also that what makes life meaningful is your perspective on the little things and you see as a big thing. What makes me feel […]

Homecoming 2017

October 19, 2017 11:55pm | By Julia Duffrin

As fall approaches, the students at Hanover-Horton look forward to Friday night football games. This year, the game the students and players were most excited about was Homecoming. “Not only the football game, but the whole week is a ton of fun.” Jacob Sauber, senior […]

Homecoming 2016

October 17, 2016 11:59pm | By Aaron Polly

As the school year begins, the students at Hanover- Horton look forward  to fall.  High school students love attending  football games and the most popular game of the year, is homecoming. October 14,  a perfect  fall day to end  this week long event.  The week that […]

The Skywriter

May 13, 2016 4:13pm | By staff

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