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January 10, 2020

They’re not on Kansas anymore

Sydney Raman

November 15, 2019

Taking pictures for big names like Versace and Louis Vuitton was once a career direction photographer David Weiner would have never thought of. Growing up in a place like Salina, Kansas, and successfully making a well known career in s...

School lunch is probably more like prison food

Layna Kinnaird

November 15, 2019

Eating school lunches feels like I’ve been incarcerated and forced to eat the prison food. I’ve been eating school lunches ever since first grade, and all I can remember is feeling sick and hungry for the rest of the day....

‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’

Jasmine Bledsoe

October 29, 2019

With a new director in charge, things are off to a good start. With Mr. Gary Demuth now in charge of directing Troupe 639, “One Who Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” made sure the cast had a lot of fun on stage. “It's bee...

Parent-teacher conferences looking to change

Charlie Truelove

October 25, 2019

Parent-teacher conferences may be updated next semester. The Building Leadership Team has been pitching ways to make the experience better.  Many students and parents alike have gripes about it. “Honestly-I don’t like how...

2019 Homecoming Gallery

Photos by Alex Morales

October 24, 2019

New annual All-City Orchestra starts October 25

Charlie Truelove

October 16, 2019

This year, Salina orchestras have started the All-City Honor Orchestra. On October 25, at 7 PM, they will play at Kansas Wesleyan University. High school orchestras from all around Salina will come together to play. Hopefull...

Boring No More

Josh Warner, Rylee Barrett, Reporters

October 16, 2019

A lot of people think that debate is boring, but if you asked some of the students who are on the debate team, you would hear different.      While some join debate because they love to argue, others join ...

Homecoming queen and king represent minorities

Allie Fischer

October 16, 2019

On Oct. 11, the football team won their homecoming game against Newton, but the team were not the only big winners that night. Senior Jacqui Dyson and senior Israel Torres came home with their homecoming king and queen crowns. Two...

2019 Homecoming Candidates Nominated

Josh Warner, Reporter

October 9, 2019

On Sept. 27, during the fall sports pep rally, the homecoming candidates were announced. Those candidates are Madeline Paradis, Israel Torres, Kadyn Cobb, Quinn Stewart, Jacqui Dyson, Talus Price, Sara Opat, Lukas Freelove, Peyton...

Making a comeback

Harper Heath, Reporter

October 8, 2019

Salina Central has a new principal; alumnus Dr. Matthew Brungardt. “It’s a little strange, in that when I went to school here I never thought I’d be a principal of this school, it is cool because you know I spent time h...

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