Perks of taking a Journalism class

Perks of taking a Journalism class

Zac Backus, Reporter

March 20, 2019


Filed under Features, News, School Related, Uncategorized

Here at Cabell Midland, we offer a couple different types of classes in the wide field of journalism. They are all taught by Ms. Chrisa Hayes in room E192, the classroom right by the lunchroom. This classroom is not a normal classroom. It features all the things a journalism student might need, ranging...

The Teacher Strike from the Viewpoint of a Teacher’s Child

The Teacher Strike from the Viewpoint of a Teacher’s Child

Elizabeth Simmons, Reporter

February 18, 2019


Filed under Features, News, Opinion, School Related, Showcase

Last year’s teacher strike was dubbed a “once-in-a-generation kind of thing." Yet, here we are, roughly a year later in virtually the same predicament. During last year’s strike, I myself went to the Capitol and stood alongside my teachers, chanting and screaming, shouting and praying for an...

Apps Every Teen Should Download

Apps Every Teen Should Download

Elizabeth Simmons, Reporter

January 28, 2019


Filed under Entertainment, Features, Showcase

Teenagers are rarely seen in public without a cellphone nearby. We all know these phones are likely to cause issues, but some innovative apps on these phones can actually improve the life of a teenager more than it could harm it.   Stoop Stoop is an app that brings all the daily subscr...

TED Talks

TED Talks

Elizabeth Simmons, Reporter

December 10, 2018


Filed under Features, School Related, Uncategorized

Students in Ms.Parent's Creative Writing class presented TED Talks to their peers this past week. Many students were thrilled to share what they knew about their topics, but many others weren't so sure about what they could passionately speak on. Some of the passion-filled topics students chose were:   1. Save th...

Top 5 places to visit in New York

Top 5 places to visit in New York

Tessa Spurlock, Reporter

November 12, 2018


Filed under Features, Opinion

  All student is excited for Thanksgiving Break and Christmas Break, but finding the best way to enjoy it and make the most of it is sometimes difficult.  Many people go out of town to visit family, or stay home and visit friends. When trying to find places to go it is not always easy to dec...

Overall Thoughts on Homecoming 2018

Overall Thoughts on Homecoming 2018

Tessa Spurlock, Reporter

October 17, 2018


Filed under Features, News, Opinion

Homecoming is something most students look forward to every year. Homecoming is for all grades 9th-12th. This year’s theme was masquerade, but students were not allowed to wear masks for some unknown reason.     Most students who go to homecoming are usually freshmen, not that all grade levels do not g...

Top 10 Things to do in The Fall

Top 10 Things to do in The Fall

Tessa Spurlock, Re-porter

September 28, 2018


Filed under Features, Opinion, Uncategorized

The Top 10 Things to do in the fall   The first day of fall was September 22 and after a long hot summer everyone is ready for the fall sports and cool weather. There is so much you can do in the fall, from pumpkin pies to corn mazes. Here are the top ten things to do in the fall.   Th...

Barboursville Fall Fest 2018

Barboursville Fall Fest 2018

Jordan Armstrong, Reporter

September 21, 2018


Filed under Features, News

Every year the Barboursville fall fest brings lots of people out to enjoy the festival with the fun activities, games and parade to celebrate the beginning of fall. There are many rides, games and prizes to win when going to the carnival. Many people around our region gather to share the fun and excitement...

Behind the Scenes: Fall Fest Parade

Behind the Scenes: Fall Fest Parade

Elizabeth Simmons, Reporter

September 14, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Features, News

The Fall Fest parade in Barboursville is an annual tradition in which members of the community can come together and be recognized for everything they do. Cabell Midland students of all ages participate in the parade each year, but many don’t know much about what really goes on behind the scenes.   ...

Senior plans for college

Senior plans for college

Jordan Armstrong, Reporter

September 14, 2018


Filed under Features, News

During senior year, there are many things to think about, especially when graduation day arrives. Once seniors graduate they will start a whole new life as an independent adult, having to make many hard and difficult decisions. One of the most difficult times for seniors is to decide on a college, and...

CMHS Football

CMHS Football

Hunter Niebergall, CMHS vs ST. Albans. Interview With Carlito Carter& Ivan Vaughn

September 4, 2018


Filed under Features, Sports

The Cabell Midland knights had an astonishing victory over the St. Albans Red Dragons on Friday, Aug. 24, 2018. Midland had a 27 point lead by the end of the first quarter. Ivan Vaughn had three touchdowns in the first half dominating St. Albans at the break, 55-0. The Offensive line left Vaughn, Adkins...

First Cabell Midland Home Football Game

Julianne LaFon, Reporter

September 4, 2018


Filed under Features, Uncategorized

  On Friday, August 24 Cabell Midland had their first home football game against St. Albans. Midland crushed them 67-0. The football game was fun and easy for the team and student section. "I expected a win because they have been practicing all summer and were pretty good last year," said freshman El...

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