• AP life at The Cascade High school

    AP life at The Cascade High school

    Nicholas Murphy, Staff

    January 13, 2017

    Scheduling can be a stressful time, especially when there are AP and honors classes to worry about. Advanced placement, or "AP" classes not only test a student’s knowledge of a certain subject or course, but it also prepares them for college. AP and honors classes are for students who are... READ MORE »»

  • On the court at Cascade

    On the court at Cascade

    Morgan Bledsoe, Staff

    January 13, 2017

    Here at Cascade High School, the students always strive to dominate their competition, whether it is through academics or sports. The girls basketball team has proved that. With an impressive record of 13 and 4, the team is a force to be reckoned with. The team is good at what they do, but there... READ MORE »»

  • Landing the job

    Landing the job

    Quintin Anderson, Staff

    January 13, 2017

    When people get called for a job interview, almost every person begins by scouring the internet for advice on getting the job. But the truth is that there is all sorts of bad job advice out there. ¨The key to getting any good job is all in the interview," according to Austin Goodwin, General... READ MORE »»

  • The magical gifts of Christmas

    The magical gifts of Christmas

    Amber Anglin, Staff

    January 13, 2017

    The most wonderful time of the year has sadly come to an end as Christmas decorations are getting stored away, house lights taken down, Christmas trees getting thrown out and the festivities are all done and over with. Now that all of the madness has died down and we’re back in school,... READ MORE »»

  • Virtual disasters

    Virtual disasters

    Brooke Smith, Staff

    January 13, 2017

    Prom is right around the corner and buying prom dresses online will always have the risk of a scam. Maybe you can save a ton of money, but is it really worth the risk? Juliet Jacoby, a 17-year-old from Colorado, ordered her $149 dream dress online. But when it arrived, she actually recived... READ MORE »»

Last ride

Alex Church, Staff

Cascade High School FFA senior Jo Cameron earned a perfect individual score at the Area VI Forestry Career Development Event (CDE) this past fall. That perfect score allowed Cameron to move on to the state competition,...  Read More »

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Artist of the Quarter

Artist of the Quarter

Abigail Jane Williams, Staff Writer

Artists are a great part of any community due to their ability to inspire the people around them with their beautiful works of art. Senior Kaitlyn Elliott has been awarded with the title of “Artist of the Quarter”...  Read More »

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Cadets go loco over hoco

Cadets go loco over hoco

Luke Hammett, Staff

Cascade’s Fall homecoming came and went this year with newly named princesses, princes, and a new king and queen taking reign. The freshman won the hallway decorating contest with their “Suicide Squad” theme. The...  Read More »

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Hillary Clinton and the health talk

Hillary Clinton and the health talk

Alivia Menke, Editorial Manager

On Sept. 11 Hillary Clinton had to leave early from the New York ceremony due to what doctor's said was pneumonia. Due to Clinton’s illness, she cancelled an event she had planned in California. Last month Trump...  Read More »

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Success at the Broncho Duals

Success at the Broncho Duals

Harley Kline, Staff

Cascade’s wrestling team was in heavy action to the Bronco Duals in Lafayette Jefferson High School over Christmas break. The team faced competition from Lafayette Jefferson, Clinton Central, Kokomo,...  Read More »

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On the court at Cascade

On the court at Cascade

January 13, 2017

NBA preseason wrap up

NBA preseason wrap up

November 1, 2016

The most important shot is the next one

The most important shot is the next one

October 4, 2016

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