Barboursville Fall Fest

Barboursville Fall Fest

Mckenna Nixon, reporter

September 13, 2019

Next week is the beginning of Barboursville's yearly Fall Fest, this festival lasts 4 days. It first opens on Wednesday night, the 18th, next comes the parade on Thursday at 6 pm. Finally you can visit anytime on Friday and Saturday between 4 and 11 pm. There are many activites at Fall Fest that...

What Has Trump Done While in Office?

What Has Trump Done While in Office?

Dylan Maynard, Reporter

September 11, 2019

Donald J. Trump, our president who holds top office in America, has done multiple different things while in office. He and his suburbanites have done some important things in the last three years. He has had huge tax reforms and has put tariffs on imports and exports going to China which means that more...

Huntington Greek Festival

Huntington Greek Festival

Hattie Colegrove, Reporter

September 4, 2019

September is the perfect time of year for outside activities; the transition of extremely hot weather to cool breezes and enjoyable temperatures. One of the coolest outside activities to participate in would be the annual Greek Festival. The Saint George Greek Orthodox Church in Huntington throws...

The Amazon Rainforest Fire

The Amazon Rainforest Fire

Amber Mount, Reporter

August 26, 2019

The Amazon rainforest has been on fire for two weeks now and nobody has been talking about it. I asked a few people about this tragedy to see if anyone has heard anything. "I have heard of the Amazon fires through multiple social media posts from a lot of people," said senior McKenna King. "I haven't...

Earth Has 18 Months Left Says BBC

Earth Has 18 Months Left Says BBC

Hattie Colegrove, Reporter

August 21, 2019

BBC posted an article claiming the Earth has 18 months left due to global warming. Some students are excited to know what will really happen. "I'm anxious to know the outcome," said sophomore Lily Bass. "Everyone has this idea of global warming ending the Earth, and to be honest the results are showing....

Endangered and Extinct Species Part 2

Endangered and Extinct Species Part 2

Morgan Nelson, Staff Reporter

May 28, 2019

Over the course of the last sixty-six million years there have been a Jurassic change in species, adaption. Most species adapted over the years while others couldn't quite adapt like those who did and them ending up becoming extinct (of a species, family, or other larger group, having no living members/no...

Universities in America are Biased Against Republicans

Universities in America are Biased Against Republicans

Dylan Maynard, Reporter

May 28, 2019

A University in California, Berkeley, has cancelled a speech by rightwing Milo Yiannopoulos after thousands of students gathered in protest and a group of black-clad anti-fascist activists shot fireworks at the speech venue. The Martin Luther King Jr student union was heavily fortified behind severa...

Finals Week

Finals Week

Hannah Tomes, Co-Editor

May 22, 2019

The seniors have already completed their finals for the year but as for everyone else finals start this Friday, which means the next week is going to be filled with stress and last minute cramming. Finals week is a time students dread every year, especially if theirs actually count. The schedule for...

AP Exams

AP Exams

Hannah Tomes, Co-Editor

May 17, 2019

AP exams started last week and have continued into this week. Exam season means a lot of students at Cabell Midland are stressed and are cramming in last minute studying or reviewing. Today is the final day of these exams. The end of the year stress has almost finally come to an end. Now the only...

Colleges For Seniors

Colleges For Seniors

Jordan Armstrong, Reporter

May 16, 2019

For graduating seniors, their plans after high school are endless in opportunities whether they go to college or not. The options for college are abundant if they choose private or public, or in state or out. In state, the biggest and well known universities are Marshall University and West Virginia...

Endangered Animals

Endangered Animals

Jordan Armstrong, Reporter

May 15, 2019

The Earth is currently experiencing its sixth major animal extinction event. One out of four of the world’s mammals and over 40 percent of amphibians are threatened with extinction due to human activity including habitat destruction, overexploitation, climate change, and pollution, and human overpopulation. Under...

Prom 2019

Prom 2019

Hannah Tomes, Co-Editor

May 9, 2019

Prom was this past weekend and it drew in lots of students from Cabell Midland. The theme this year was Moroccan Sunset. Prom is always a special event for juniors and seniors, and those who are juniors this year finally got to experience it for themselves. Junior Taylor Stevens says her favorite...

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