Historical building becomes a point of contention in Old Market community

Molly Ashford, Editor-in-Cheif

November 27, 2018

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In the front window of Howling Hounds Coffeehouse, a large white poster declaring “SAVE 18THAND HOWARD” is positioned prominently. Inside of the bar-turned-coffee shop, proprietor Greg Sescher converses with each patron. He...

Harsh winter in sight for Omaha area

Mackenzie Coughlin, Staff Writer

November 26, 2018

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The approaching winter season is right around the corner and Omaha is in for the wild ride. This 2018/19 season has been predicted to be a record cold winter for Nebraska. How will the citizens of Omaha react to the drastic change?...

History teacher Scott Wilson wins award of excellence

Mac O'Brien, Staff Writer

November 16, 2018

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History teacher Scott Wilson won the Award of Excellence, presented by the Nebraska Department of Education, after finishing as one of two finalists for the Teacher of the Year award. Sydney Jensen, an English teacher at Lincoln...

Student led poroject promotes advocacy for hemophilia

Anne Gallagher, Executive Editor

November 16, 2018

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DECA projects are common within Central, but this year’s community service endeavor has been especially prominent. Due to a teacher’s situation within the school, a project idea has been ignited in hopes of support and advocacy...

Seven-year-old makes name for herself in hemophilia community

Olivia Gilbreath, staff writer

November 14, 2018

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Joseph Mickeliunas is a history teacher whose son, Elliott, was born with severe hemophilia VIII. Amelia Mickeliunas is a seven-year-old girl with a goal to help raise money for her younger brother, Elliott. Three years ago, Amelia...

Ralston Autumn Festival

Kayla M. Johnson, Staff Writer

November 14, 2018

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Over the course of the first weekend of November, the annual “Autumn Festival: An Arts and Crafts Affair” was presented and put on by Huffman Productions Inc. in the Omaha area. The event went on for a duration of four days (Th...

Self-defense weapon, ‘chemicals’ cannot be used by students

Emma Whaley, Executive Editor

November 13, 2018

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It’s midnight. You just got back to school from the state championship. Your car is still in the junior lot a few blocks away, so you and some friends start the three-block journey. The only light emanates from the front door...

Building Expansion Expected To Be Done by Late Winter

Ari Saltzman, Staff Writer

October 9, 2018

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In 2015, it was announced that a massive new expansion to Central High School would be happening on the east side of the building. The expansion was going include a new state-of-the-art library, as well as music and rehearsal...

Superintendent Logan holds first town hall with students

Tyler Zipay, Staff Writer

October 9, 2018

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On September 6th, OPS’ new superintendent, Dr. Cheryl Logan, hosted a town hall style meeting with students. OPS middle and high school students got the opportunity to have their concerns and ideas heard by Dr. Logan and the...

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