July 17, 2015

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Legislative Session Results

By Charmaine Hirt and Leah Jagt Adams, Jefferson, Madison, Washington, Liberty and Justice. All legislators went to the Capitol this morning and were there debating out their bills. The Senators went on the floor first, giving Representatives a chance to see how the professionals do it. The bills were introduced, and after each side brought […]

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July 17, 2015

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The Race Is Over

By Spencer Thompson In wake of the announcement for Michigan’s governor, emotions ran high. Each team put on a stellar campaign. The winner was revealed to the campaign teams first. “The winner is, Holden Richards of the Maple Party!” Each team hugged and shook hands with one another, demonstrating the epitome of good sportsmanship. Each […]

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July 17, 2015

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Broadcast Team Finishes Week… Barely

Summary of the week When asked how he would describe the Broadcast track in one word, Greg Auxier said “A blast.” Noah Armbruster described it as “Challenging, but an adventure nonetheless.” When we asked Elijah March, he responded “Chocolate, no wait, amazing.” We’re still not really sure what this means, but it can pretty much […]

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July 17, 2015

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So Long And Farewell

Danke, Arigato, Gracias y Merci Beaucoup By Claire Convis “Don’t say goodbye, because saying goodbye means going away, and going away means forgetting.” –Peter Pan This article is a Thank You for everybody who has made this week absolutely incredible. To all the leaders, you have such a servant’s heart, and all of the time […]

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July 17, 2015

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Week Three Friday Final Misquotes!

“I think we need a Dee-brief.” – Zeke Talmage “Noah, you ARE the white Obama!” – Zeke Talmage “Some denominations are opposed to girls.” – Zeke Talmage “He was, unfortunately, a victim of tall shelves and short people.” – Caleb Ho

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July 17, 2015

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Richards Wins Election

First Maple Party Governor in State’s History By Spencer Thompson This year’s gubernatorial race was intense to say the least. Each team presented compelling arguments for their candidate in press conferences, advertisements and the debate on Wednesday night. Brian T. Ashleigh of the Elm Party, Holden Richards of the Maple Party, and Dr. Howlett J. […]

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July 17, 2015

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Media Students Leave Campus Tour The Local News Studio

by Isaiah March and Jack Mennega Yesterday, at 2:10, the media team went to WKAR, a local news broadcasting studio. Mr. Brett King and his colleague Josephine greeted us with a warm welcome and took us on an excellent tour, and expertly answered many questions from our media team. Brett told us a little bit […]

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July 17, 2015

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SSI Talent Show A Go

We Are Not As Untalented As You May Have Thought By Celah Convis This year’s talent show opened with Summer Baut singing “I’m Feeling Good,” by Michael Bublé. Listeners were immediately captivated by her jazzy piano playing, soulful voice and impressive runs. Summer put us all in a foot-tapping, head-nodding mood and left us “Feeling […]

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July 17, 2015

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A Premeditated Missional Life

Pastor Wally Hostetter ministers on Thursday night By Claire Convis Our final evening speaker was Pastor Wally Hostetter, who shared about how after he was saved at age 28, he went to seminary and started preaching. He talked about miracles that had delivered him and his wife out of dangerous situations. There was a surprising […]

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