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When Kentucky goes blue

Malcolm Durfee O'Brien, editor-in-chief

December 13, 2019

On Nov. 5 Andy Beshear, the Attorney General of Kentucky, was elected as the state’s 63rd Governor over incumbent Matt Bevin. Beshear is a Democrat. Kentucky is one of the most Republican states in the nation and one of the...

Rising medical prices due to corruption, not insurance

Grace Turner, Staff Writer

December 13, 2019

Every November, while many people are getting into the holiday spirit and celebrating Thanksgiving, other people are dealing with the task of renewing insurance for the upcoming year. Every November is the time when insurance co...

My decision to no longer continue with the 4-H program

Grace Turner, Staff Writer

December 13, 2019

Sometimes there comes a point in a person’s life when they need to make the decision that something isn’t worth it anymore. Whether it’s that someone is no longer happy doing what used to be their favorite activity, or that...

GMOs are benefical to society, don’t have many negatives

Grace Turner, Staff Writer

December 13, 2019

Within the last twenty years, genetically modified organisms, otherwise known as GMOs, have been at the forefront of the debate in the agricultural industry. The two largest groups that shun GMOs in the United States are smal...

Expectation to complete self-discovery in high school unrealistic

Heidi Heyden, Staff Writer

December 12, 2019

One of the main components of attending high school is figuring out exactly who you are. High school is the time to get out of your little shell and explore what makes you happy. This could be in a sport, a club, theater, music or ...

Real christmas trees trump fake

Makenna Anderson, Staff Writer

December 10, 2019

Families that celebrate Christmas might put up a pine tree for the upcoming holiday season. However, there is debate over whether a real or fake tree is the best for the holiday season- and the answer is real.  For one thin...

Raising minimum wage not the solution

Emma Whaley, Editor-in-Chief

December 10, 2019

The minimum wage has been a point of contention for years. The current national minimum wage, $7.25, and Nebraska’s minimum, $9.00, have both been argued for being too low, too low for someone to support themselves off of it. Ho...

Breaking the law moraly

Stella Ehrhart, Staff Writer

December 6, 2019

Americans all live by a very specific set of rules that are enforced by the government and police officers. These rules are in place because they are what citizens have decided are humans’ collective morals. Sure, some laws a...

How to find your clothing style

Stella Ehrhart, Staff Writer

December 6, 2019

Clothing is one thing people use to express themselves. It can say so much about you before you even open your mouth. Luckily, finding your style is not nearly as hard as it sounds.  The first step in finding your style is to recognize that you will not fit into one stereotype of clothing. Think about ‘The Breakfast Club’ an...

How to become an actor

Stella Ehrhart, Staff Writer

December 5, 2019

The right to self-expression is very important; some just need to find ways to use it best. A lot of people use the art of theater as their method to express thoughts, feelings or just to share stories with others.   So, if you a...

Fashion trends of every decade

Sophia Sgourakis, Staff Writer

December 5, 2019

Welcome to the 2019-2020 school year!888utt We welcome a revamped Register for Central teachers, students and families. As we move into the 2020 year, it is easy to try and remember what has changed in the past ten, twenty, thirty...

Grades do not know what a student knows

Alexis Radke-Chism, Staff Writer

November 30, 2019

Grades are supposed to evaluate what a student understands and where they are in a class, but are they truly accurate? The purpose of receiving an education is to learn, not to worry about a grade. Imagine you have a test tomorrow. ...

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