A brief review of Fargo North

Dawson Lindahl, Columnist

May 29, 2019

When I first walked into Fargo North over three years ago, I was afraid. I was unsure of who I was, what I wanted to do with my life, or what the world in its entirety was like. To this day, I still have more to learn about myself...

Tubing: stay safe on the lake

Elly Kenninger, Junior editor-in-chief

May 24, 2019

The school year is winding down which only means one thing: summer. Summer is a three-month vacation from impossible tests and draining homework. It’s a time for teenagers to put down their textbooks and relax for a while. To help ...

Meeting in person is a thing of the past

Elly Kenninger, Junior Editor-in-Chief

February 14, 2019

You’ve heard it said that there are plenty of fish in the sea, but what if you don’t have a fishing pole or the right bait or the time to sit in a boat all day? With access to the internet and the growing number of dating...

Conspiracy: Violet Beauregarde should have been chosen to take over the Wonka Factory

Tanna Schloesser, Reporter

December 19, 2018

In the last couple of weeks, people all over Tumblr have been blown away by a new conspiracy theory. This theory involves the beloved classic movie known as Charlie and Chocolate Factory. Unlike other popular conspiracy theori...

Comic-September 2018

Comic-September 2018

December 18, 2018

Pet of the Month

Meredith Turner, Reporter

November 29, 2018

November’s pet of the month is student Hannah Miller’s guinea pig, Gus Gus. He was named after the mouse in Cinderella. His favorite scene from Cinderella is when Gus, the mouse, is shoving all the cheese in his mouth. Gus...

Trick-or-treating gets age limit in some states

Elly Kenninger, Junior Editor-in-Chief

October 29, 2018

Teenagers across the country now risk jail time if they take part in the most popular Halloween festivity. An age limit may restrict candy-seeking kids from going door to door this year. Meridian, Mississippi, Bishopville, South...