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Look To the Sky!

Look To the Sky!

Andrew Gilbert, Staff
October 28, 2015 • 256 views
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Look to the skies this Halloween. The ‘Great Pumpkin’ or 'Spooky' is going to zip on by and by that there is going to be an Asteroid fly-by. Yes the object that brought forth the demise of the dinosaurs. The asteroid is big. It's an estimated 400 meter long object, the object will fly-by on October...

Beebe Celebrating 100 Years

Beebe Celebrating 100 Years

Brooke Bunting, Staff
October 23, 2015 • 358 views
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Founded in 1916, by Dr. James Beebe and Dr. Richard Beebe, Beebe Medical Center was the first private hospital in the state that was not located in Wilmington. James and Richard were brothers who both shared a common goal of introducing modern medicine to a rural area where such services were nonexistent....

School Board to Vote on Earlier Start Times for Secondary School

Hannah Lowe, Editor
October 21, 2015 • 291 views
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On Thursday, October 22nd, the Cape Henlopen School Board will be voting on a highly controversial decision to move school start times for primary and secondary schools. Due to a shortage of buses, the starting times for primary (elementary) and secondary (middle and high) schools need to be stagger...

Toyota Supra

Toyota Supra

Jose Arroyo-Camacho, staff writter
October 14, 2015 • 254 views
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The super fast 1999 Toyota Supra  is an awesome car for street racing or even for looks to get money or a prize from a car show like the H20 in Ocean City. The good thing about this car is that it's an almost rare car. The only reason why it's rare cause most people can't afford it when it breaks down,...

Rangers Lead the Way to Equality

Rangers Lead the Way to Equality

Justin Mahoney, Staff
October 14, 2015 • 497 views
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As of Monday, the U.S. Army Rangers have made history once more. A third female student has graduated from the intensive training that is Ranger School (RS). To give a little background information, RS is a sixty one day course that traverses three military installations in the south. The training starts w...

Racism and Science

Racism and Science

Samantha Gardner, Staff
October 12, 2015 • 351 views
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A ninth grader that lives in Texas was taken into police custody due to racial profiling. Ahmed Mohamed brought a homemade alarm clock into school to impress his engineering teacher. He was suspected of making a bomb. The suspicion was possibly because of his Muslim heritage. The school declared a bomb...

Living on Mars is Finally a Possibility

Living on Mars is Finally a Possibility

Cayden Steele, Staff
October 12, 2015 • 217 views
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People have always wondered is there life on Mars. We don't know for sure yet but it's a possibility. Water was found 0n Mars by NASA which points to possible life. The water NASA found was unhealthy and undrinkable, Mars has saltier water than planet Earth which would not be good because we need water...

Hurricane to Make Landfall Homecoming Weekend

Hurricane to Make Landfall Homecoming Weekend

Sarah Hunsicker, Editor
October 9, 2015 • 365 views
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Tropical Storm Joaquin intensified to a category 1 Hurricane in the early morning hours of Wednesday September 30. Joaquin is expected to make landfall in the Bahamas around Thursday Morning. The storm is also set to pound the East Coast this weekend. Many are expecting landfall Saturday October 3. As...

Cape Choral’s first event- Beebe’s 100th Anniversary

Cape Choral’s first event- Beebe’s 100th Anniversary

Morgan Schwab, Staff
October 9, 2015 • 263 views
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The Cape Chorale, under the direction of music teacher Mrs. Louise Foster, was chosen to sing three songs at the Beebe 100th Anniversary celebration on Wednesday, September 30th. This was the first event for the Choral this year and almost everyone was very excited. The songs they sang were I Will Ari...

Saying Goodbye

Saying Goodbye

Kelly Granger, Staff
October 8, 2015 • 246 views
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Sam Johnson is a technology specialist. He is retiring at the end of October. He has been working as a technology specialist for five years. "I learned a lot from him," the other Technology Specialist Jay King said. "I learn about how networking the macs and how to use the macs." Mr. King will miss...

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