Opinion – Learning

Opinion – Learning

Jared Pullen

May 20, 2019


Filed under Opinion

Which could be the best way to learn a subject: through learning from an experienced teacher, or teaching yourself through the internet? There are those who argue that we don't need schools, that we could all learn subjects ourselves with the internet. Yet, this would also be saying that we don't...

Opinion – Meals

Opinion – Meals

Jared Pullen

May 20, 2019


Filed under Opinion

There's always a good question to ask when you're hungry - home cooked or go out to eat? There are a few people who have a hard time choosing between a home cooked meal and a meal cooked by a restaurant. One side loves the process of making the food, while the other just wants something quick to eat....

Opinion – Technology & Communication

Opinion – Technology & Communication

Jared Pullen

May 20, 2019


Filed under Opinion

In this day and age that we are in, we are surrounded by different types of technology. Most if not all offer communication all around the world, but can this technology stop us from talking to family and friends as often. It's an argument we hear all the time from the older generation - "kids today...

Avengers Endgame to be top box office movie

Avengers Endgame to be top box office movie

Dylan Maynard, reporter

May 4, 2019


Filed under Entertainment, News, Opinion

James Cameron's Avatar has reigned over Hollywood as the greatest all-time box office earner among blockbusters for an entire decade now, but Avengers: Endgame may soon take its title as the highest grossing film ever. Though it's sitting at fifth place on the list of film's biggest moneymakers at t...

Book Review: The Darkest Minds

Book Review: The Darkest Minds

Elizabeth Simmons, Reporter

April 25, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken has formed a quickly-growing fan base as a result of the movie that premiered in August of 2018. The book features main character, Ruby Elizabeth Daly as a child that survived an incurable disease dubbed IAAN. The government is quick to gather all of the children...

High School Sports

High School Sports

Julianne LaFon, Reporter

April 17, 2019


Filed under Opinion

As the school year is coming to an end, I know have time to think about all the sports. If they are a good thing for students to participate in  or if they are bad. In my personal opinion I feel that sports are a great thing for students to participate in. They are a great way for students to make...

The school play: Legally Blonde The Musical

The school play: Legally Blonde The Musical

Tessa Spurlock, Reporter

April 15, 2019


Filed under News, Opinion, School Related

Every year Cabell Midland High School has put on a spring play along with the help from the theater, stagecraft, and dance classes. This play gives students the opportunity to show everyone their talent and hard work. The plays in the past have also given students the opportunity to express themselve...

Democrats Mad at Good Economy

Democrats Mad at Good Economy

Dylan maynard, Reporter

March 20, 2019


Filed under News, Opinion

Multiple 2020 Democratic candidates are scrambling to put a negative spin on the state of the economy, with some resorting to incorrect or overblown suggestions that workers have to hold down two or three jobs to merely “survive” in the U.S. Senator Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, and former Representative...

Movie review – Beetlejuice

Movie review – Beetlejuice

Malaki Toler

March 19, 2019


Filed under Opinion

Beetlejuice is a classic movie directed by Tim Burton with a rating of PG and a run time of 93 minutes. It is a cult classic comedy and horror movie made in 1988. The story revolves around a married couple played by Alec Baldwin and Geena Davis, who have died in a car crash where they meet the demon...

Opinion – Living Location

Opinion – Living Location

Jared Pullen

March 19, 2019


Filed under Opinion

Usually, where you live determines how you act in your life, which makes it an important choice where you want to live with your family. So the question is, where is it better to live at - the city, or the country? A choice of living location is important to how you act. In the city, there's not much...

Tennis Team has home opener.

Tennis Team has home opener.

Hunter Niebergall, Sports

March 13, 2019


Filed under News, Opinion, Sports

The CMHS Tennis Team has its first match today. They have a scrimmage against winfield. Senior Brennon Shope, Captain of the boys team is planning on carrying his team to victory. The Alternate, my fellow sports writer and good friend Robert E "Lee" Blake is planning on cheering for the team in route...

Working While in High School

Kylie Smith, Reporter

March 12, 2019


Filed under Opinion

Carrying a job while also being a student in high school can be bery stressful. I began work in November of 2018 and wow its been a rough one. I currently work at AMP Athletics in Huntington, WV. Now don't get me wrong I absolutely love my job its perfect for me, but sometimes its hard to manage both...

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