Age and wisdom trump youthful passion, for cars at least

Ryan Eyster

May 14, 2015

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What kind of car do you like? Chevrolet? Ford? Or perhaps Dodge? Many a summer night is spent working on a favorite car or truck. To find out what students prefer, as well as what people think later on in life, a simple question... Read more »

Sophomores finding their way

By Tori Danford and Ryan Eyster, Staff Writers

April 25, 2015

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Alle Peres is creative, nice and inspirational. She has a mind that’s unlike anyone else’s. Her favorite hobbies are art, photography, and reading. “These activities are hands on, allowing me to be creative, although sometimes... Read more »

All about that band

By Klair Vogel, Staff Writer

February 11, 2015

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Mustang Sound started off the year with extra practices and a new energy. After getting some new equipment and hiring two vocalists, the IHS pep band is even louder than last year. The band has added some new music to its playlist,... Read more »

Forensics team works together

By Tori Danford, Staff Writer

February 11, 2015

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Ever since Regina Chriestenson competed in forensics in high school, she wanted to coach it. “It is a way for me to, in high school and now, let out my competitive outlet. It’s fun to combine performance and competition.... Read more »

Freshmen are friends, not food

By Andrew Waldman & Brynna Hollins, Staff Writers

February 11, 2015

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Freshmen. The once-proud rulers of Iola Middle School have found themselves at the bottom of the food chain once more. Many people may claim to not understand the freshmen and their seemingly foreign ways of life, but as they... Read more »

Videos with a twist

By Valaree Burtnett, Editor

December 18, 2014

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Iola High has a new class in the fine arts department, thanks to the Safe and Supportive Schools (S3) grant. Students are now able to take a new Video Production class with Doug Kerr. In the course, they learn the skills related... Read more »

Pump up the volume

By Brynna Hollins

December 2, 2014

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The Mustang Sound pep band began its first practice of the season last month. This year, the Iola High pep band is bringing out all the stops by slightly cutting down the size of band, adding a new sound system and new songs,... Read more »

New class brings digital newscast

By Valaree Burtnett

November 21, 2014

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Iola High School has a new class in the fine arts department, thanks to the Safe and Supportive Schools (S3) grant. Students are now able to take a new Video Production class with Doug Kerr. In the course, they learn the skills... Read more »

Getting to know the experience of theatre

By Madison Luken

November 21, 2014

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On a cold, wintry night in Almost, Maine, nine couples discover new things about their love lives. With each of these unique stories, the characters all experience different emotions: happiness, confusion, and even heartbreak.... Read more »