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Sidewalk Surfing

Sidewalk Surfing

Parker Allen, Staff Writer

November 12, 2019

Nearly 60 years ago in California skateboarding or “sidewalk surfing” surfaced. Now this craze is popular throughout kids has rolled into PLHS and taken some students by storm. This select group of students from PLHS have invested hundreds of dollars on boards and equipment in order to fill the void ...

The Chill Zone Ep. 4 Volleyball Team

The Chill Zone Ep. 4 Volleyball Team

Owen Sumter and Vincent Lin

November 5, 2019

This week’s episode features Emily Gilbert, Chloe Paschal, and Ashlee Fettin, and discusses district volleyball, cheering from the sidelines, and Halloween candy.   Emily Gilbert (Insta: gilylime) Chloe Paschal (Insta: c.paschal) Ashlee Fettin: (Insta: ashlee.fettin)   Contact...

The Chill Zone Ep. 3 Softball Team

The Chill Zone Ep. 3 Softball Team

Owen Sumter and Vincent Lin

October 29, 2019

This week’s episode features Clair Lieber, Brooke Dumont, and Abbie Wolfe, and discusses state softball, team memories, and Runza.   Clair Lieber (Insta: clairaleiber) Brooke Dumont (Insta: brooke.dumont) Abbie Wolfe: (Insta: abbie_wolfe_)   Contact us with suggestions: Owen...

State Warm-up

State Warm-up

Lauryn Vacek

October 24, 2019

 An undefeated season, winning districts, and setting new school records are all small glimpses that led to another state title for the Monarchs softball team.   About three weeks ago the girls and coaches took a Charter bus down to Hastings to have practice on the state field. The coaches...

Challenging Yourself

Challenging Yourself

Parker Allen, Staff Writer

October 24, 2019

As students at PLHS are crossing the halfway mark of the first semester, they continue to push themselves with strenuous classes. Students sign up for these hard classes because they know it looks good on their transcripts, it will prepare them for college and introduce them to a possible career field. The AP classroom...

The Chill Zone Ep. 2 James Saroka

The Chill Zone Ep. 2 James Saroka

Owen Sumter and Vincent Lin

October 22, 2019

This week's episode features James Saroka and discusses making music, hipsters, and deserted islands. James Saroka: jamie_saroka (Instagram) Contact us with suggestions: Owen Sumter: [email protected] Vincent Lin: [email protected] Intro/Outro music composed by James Saroka (Insta: jamie_saroka)...

Lulu-Loco

Lulu-Loco

Tatum Jorgensen, Entertainment Editor

October 16, 2019

Lululemon has been around since 1998, but only recently has it become very popular. This brand is known for being very expensive but also having quality athletic clothing.  With a pair of leggings being around $100 each, it is surprising when a person may have a closet full of Lululemon.  Junior...

Bringing History to the Stage

Bringing History to the Stage

Ashley Mason, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

October 16, 2019

Hamilton, a multi-nominated, Broadway musical, traveled to Omaha at the Orpheum Theater to perform as part of their Phillips tour. Many students at PLHS attended the showing. As the showing came to an end, it left many with a remark about history.  Senior Kayla Wolfsbauer, went to one of the sho...

The Chill Zone Ep. 1 Nate Brown

The Chill Zone Ep. 1 Nate Brown

Owen Sumter and Vincent Lin

October 15, 2019

This week's episode features Nate Brown and discusses the drama department, the fall play, and mishaps of Mamma Mia. Tickets: showtix4u.com/events/2029 Nate Brown: _nate.brown on Instagram Contact us with any suggestions: Owen Sumter: [email protected] Vincent Lin: [email protected]

Football Slideshow

Football Slideshow

Tatum Jorgensen, Entertainment Editor

October 14, 2019

New Year, New Faces

New Year, New Faces

Kenzie Ward, Photography Editor

October 7, 2019

As the new school year begins, the building sees new faces not only with the freshmen class, but as well as incoming teachers and coaches. While many students say their goodbye’s to staff leaving, they welcome the incoming staff to fill the previous positions.  This past summer, Libby Blanke was hir...

Summer Job Horror Stories

Summer Job Horror Stories

Kenzie Ward, Photography Editor

September 27, 2019

Road trips, lake days, and late nights out are the typical summer plans for most teenagers. Although high school students only have a few more summers to enjoy, sooner or later applying for jobs and being employed will also be a part of their summer plans, even if the job they have makes for the strangest...

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