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German students plan first trip since COVID pandemic

Regan Hirsh, Ad Manager May 10, 2023

On May 29, nine students and German teacher Nanette Bergen will be taking off to visit Germany. The students will be spending 11 days and 10 nights in Germany visiting many different places within the...


Opinion: Daisy Jones & the Six Review

Annika Yoder, Online Editor May 10, 2023

Book-to-big-screen adaptations have seen an increase in popularity over the past few years and are very hit-or-miss with fans. This March, Taylor Jenkins Reid’s New York Times bestselling book, Daisy...

Seniors finish out year with final events of high school

Seniors finish out year with final events of high school

Nery Sanchez, Reporter May 4, 2023

With seniors counting down their last days in Newton High School, there are many events for seniors to attend and say their goodbyes to classmates and friends. Senior students started with senior awards...

Opinion: KU VS KSU

Eris Rindt and Regan Hirsh April 10, 2023

Kansas State University The time for committing to colleges is coming up and with the price of out-of-state tuition, many upcoming graduates need to find the best school in their home state. I believe...

NHS members Virgil Guo, Anahi Sanchez, Natalie Sanchez, Addie Penner, Keegan Schrieber and Natalie Jones pose for picture at NHS event.

Opinion: It take a lot to get into National Honors Society

Natalie Sanchez, Reporter April 10, 2023

Everyone knows Newton Railers bleed black and gold. However, those are only two colors being represented by Newton High School students. This is because every year, National Honor Society members proudly...

Juniors Virgil Guo, Natalie Sanchez and Anahi Sanchez pose with fliers for their campaign.

Junior students organize leukemia fundraising campaign for peer

Annika Yoder, Online Editor April 10, 2023

The cost of cancer treatments and the toll it takes on individuals and their families can be overwhelming. The reality of the time being is there is no confirmed cure for all of the hardships the disease...

This information based on a google form sent out in early January. It includes 32.1% of students going nowhere for Spring Break, 42.9% going out of state, and 25% staying local.

Students share spring break destinations

Grey Thaw, Reporter April 10, 2023

Spring break is often spent traveling all over the world. The student body spends their time off from school relaxing in different places. Anywhere can be turned into an adventure. During spring break,...

Junior Lea Baker falls asleep during financial management

Students discuss lack of motivation as the school year comes to a close

Mia Malcolm, Reporter April 10, 2023

Academic student slumps are nothing new at NHS. According to Cross River Therapy, 61% of students between ages 13 and 17 feel stress over getting good grades. NHS is hard at work trying to combat academic...

Mara Oswald

New Starbucks location hit amongst student body

Nery Sanchez, Reporter April 6, 2023

Coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the world, with everyone having a personal taste. Coffee is sold throughout the world by many different establishments like restaurants, gas stations and coffee...

Diane Moser

BPA competes at state competition

Caileane Thurston, Head Reporter April 4, 2023

Business Professionals of America is sending nine students to Nationals in Anaheim, Calif. from April 26-30. At the state competition, students participated in events such as Public Speaking, Interview...

Students react to possible TikTok ban

Students react to possible TikTok ban

Eris Rindt, Social Media Manager March 31, 2023

On March 2, the Foreign Affairs Committee gave President Biden permission to ban the social media platform TikTok from government-used devices, according to THQ. TikTok, launched in 2016 by the Chinese...

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