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Junction City Swimmers have Momentous Season

Junction City Swimmers have Momentous Season

Daniella Robles, Editor January 31, 2023

As the boys swimming and diving season comes to an end, the swimmers have shown extreme improvement and have placed in recent competitions. On January 24th, The Junction City Boys Swimming team competed...

JCHS Staff Member Competes on The Voice

JCHS Staff Member Competes on The Voice

Daniella Robles, Editor November 4, 2022

2006 Alumni and paraprofessional member Justin Aaron Black at Junction City High School is currently starring on the NBC show, The Voice. This show is a reality television singing competition starring...

Most popular television streaming services at JCHS

Most popular television streaming services at JCHS

Nathan Kennedy, Staff Writer May 5, 2022

With how much content this generation consumes, big media companies have switched their pricing to subscriptions. Subscription based pricing allows for customers to pay a certain amount every month for...

Theater department performs spring play, the Government Inspector

Theater department performs spring play, the “Government Inspector”

Chloe Crites, Staff Writer May 5, 2022

The last showing of the Government Inspector was on Saturday April 30. The play was filled with adult jokes and scenes that made the audience laugh so hard they forgot to breathe. A crowd favorite seemed...

Cole performs at Carnegie Hall

Faybien Michael, Staff Writer February 28, 2022

Senior Makayla Cole was awarded the chance of a lifetime to show off her talents in New York.  She preformed with 47 students across the nation at Carnegie Hall. The excitement she felt upon being notified...

Winter Homecoming, Blast or Bust?

Winter Homecoming, Blast or Bust?

Katrina Muller, Staff Writer February 28, 2022

It’s a well-known, classic, American tradition. Every fall students participate in a spirit week for the ages and at the end of the week, the school holds a pep rally and home football game crowning...

Among Us, the new mobile craze

Onterious Hill October 13, 2020

The top releases in video games has an imposter among them! Venting straight to the top spot in recent gaming trends, comes 2018’s “Among Us”, the game about working as a team to safely reach your...

Spring Musical: The Little Mermaid

Spring Musical: The Little Mermaid

Olivia Knerr, Staff Editor February 21, 2020

The musical practices are in full swing as opening night draws near. Make sure to come out and support the JCHS Performing Arts program on March 5-7 at 7:00 pm in Settles Auditorium. Tickets are $5 and...

Preparing for the Fall Play

November 8, 2019

The fall play is gearing up for the performance scheduled for November 22 and 23. The students are working hard to break a great show. This year's play is "A Penny for Your Thoughts". Check out the video...

Looking for Alaska (Series) REVIEW

Looking for Alaska (Series) REVIEW

Olivia Knerr, Staff Editor October 28, 2019

Spoilers ahead! The streaming service, Hulu, recently released an eight part series based on the book by John Green, Looking for Alaska. The book was first published in March of 2005. It has been 14...

SUPERMARKET Review

SUPERMARKET Review

Jacob Lindsey, Staff Writer May 22, 2019

Supermarket by Bobby Hall, AKA Logic, is a psychological thriller with a lot of mind-bending events that occur fairly frequently because when reading you think you know what may happen, but then the entire...

6 essentials for a fashionable summer 2019.

6 Essentials for a Fashionable Summer 2019

Emma Schroeder, Pow Wow Yearbook Staff April 10, 2019

After a harsh winter, flowers are blooming and summer is approaching fast. Seniors who are graduating will be spending their few months of summer making memories with their friends before everyone goes...

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