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Students have been dependent on their iPads while schools have been closed and learning has taken place online. (Image Source:
Students Have Mixed Feelings about Online School
RUBY KIRKLAND, KNWeb Reporter • October 30, 2020

The challenge of biking along a line on the road may seem more exciting than being online for physical education classes. However, students and teachers have adapted to the virtual model during the beginning of the 2020-21 school year.
Online P.E. Challenges Students and Teachers
HADLEY HINMAN, KN Web Reporter • October 14, 2020

Does online physical education have some advantages? Is it possible to make...

Students around the U.S. have found themselves learning from home through Zoom and other online platforms this fall. (Image source:
MIA INTAGLIATA, KN Web Reporter • October 9, 2020

 Zoom is an app with 300 million daily users. Whether you’re in school...

Anna Miller has been teaching sixth grade science at Nipher since completing her student teaching in eighth grade earlier this year.
Her Journey To A Teacher
MIA HENRY and JULIA CANTRELL February 4, 2020

Anna Miller, from TA to teacher. Helping out, learning, and teaching....

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COVID-19 Cases Surpass 100 Million Worldwide
COVID-19 Cases Surpass 100 Million Worldwide
Nora Sweeney, Web Reporter • February 26, 2021

At the start of 2020, only a few dozen COVID cases had been identified outside of China. Now, nearly 12 months into the global pandemic, worldwide...

Phil the groundhog makes his prediction in 2021.
The Low-Down on Groundhog Day
Madeleine Krewet, Broadcast Reporter • February 26, 2021

In 1887 Groundhog Day was created by Clymer Freas. The tradition comes from Candlemas, an ancient Christian holiday where candles would be distributed...

"Chicken Out" About to Go All Out With a New Location in Kirkwood
"Chicken Out" About to Go All Out With a New Location in Kirkwood
Lilly Maney, Web Reporter • February 17, 2021

A new restaurant is moving into town. How will it compete with the other restaurants in the area? We will have to wait til the summer of 2021...

Pets & the Pandemic
Pets & the Pandemic
Zoey Daniels, Web Reporter • February 17, 2021

Over the course of the pandemic, humans are not alone in being affected. Pets all over the country and even the world have felt the impact. Many...

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Teacher Feature: Mr. Michael Bournstein, T.A.
ELSY FALK, Reporter & Anchor • January 27, 2020

Meet Mr. Bournstein, an enthusiastic teaching assistant at Nipher.

Teacher Feature: Mr. Ken Pribish, Algebra
Addie Lubrook, Reporter • November 6, 2019

Meet the man behind the math. Addie interviews Mr. Pribish.

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A Knight’s Vision
Artist Bradley Goodrum shares his interpretation of Sir Francis, Nipher's knight.
Unified Night Lights is a night for children with and without disabilities to come together to play football, cheerleading, and band.
Night of Fun and Smiles
FIELDING KING, Seventh Grade Reporter • December 4, 2019

     The ball is coming. All...

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