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Central Students Intern, Work Towards Future

Molly Ashford, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017

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Five teenagers sit around a table in a small office in a Dundee home, two others in a neighboring room. While the larger group of first-year interns research survey methods, the research advisors work on coding past responses....

Net Neutrality will soon affect daily life in schools, at home, at work

Heidi Heyden, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017

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It impacts our daily lives, but until recent weeks the majority of people worldwide have had no clue that it exists. But now it is being jeopardized, and it may have a huge impact on the one thing we take for granted: the internet....

Changes in leadership cause anticipated swim season

Anne Gallagher, Staff Writer

December 19, 2017

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Although there is a lot of new talent splashing into the pool this year, it can't hide the fact that an abundance of skilled seniors graduated last year and left the swim team with a fraction of its former talent. The new school...

Powerlifting lifestyle; cause for altered diet

Anne Gallagher, Staff Writer

December 19, 2017

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As a powerlifter, being lifted into the right weight class determines how well you will do and who you compete against. Each person is put into a weight category that covers a range of around 10 pounds. Some athletes alter their...

Student does not allow past to define her

Simret Habte, Staff Writer

December 13, 2017

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Nae Mae, a junior at central High School, has lived a life not many can relate to. She was born in a refugee camp in Thailand. Her parents and siblings were forced to flee their home in the Kayah state of Myanmar. At the age of...

New push for stricter tardy policy generated positive results

Sydney Prescott, Staff Writer

December 12, 2017

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“No Tardy November” was a reminder to students that students who choose not to attend class run the risk of being sent home if they refuse to attend class or cooperate with staff members,” says Dr. Edward Bennett, the principal...

Nebraska’s Second Congressional District Candidates

Malcolm Durfee O'Brien

December 12, 2017

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The 2018 midterm election in the Nebraska Second Congressional District is expected to be one of the few competitive races in the country. So, who is running for Congress? Polling and fundraising data has shown three strong candidates,...

Soaring with Hope

Soaring with Hope

December 12, 2017

Band instructor to retire at end of school year

Seh Na Mellick, Staff Writer

December 11, 2017

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Band instructor Peter Wilger announced to the students of the Central High Band on Oct. 20 that he will retire at the conclusion of the school year. Wilger has served primarily as a concert band and marching band director, but...

The Dundee theater to reopen

Malcolm Durfee O'Brien

November 27, 2017

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The Dundee Theater closed in 2013 for renovations. For three years it stood dormant, no work being done. The 92-year-old theater is the oldest in the city and, prior to closing, had a penchant for showing foreign and art films...

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