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Pet Peeves: Loud chewers

Pet Peeves: Loud chewers

Arianna Bergman, Staff Member March 24, 2022

I can’t stand the irritatingly familiar sounds of my mom’s gulping and chewing. Hearing her Diet Coke swooshing around in her mouth makes my blood boil. But it’s not just her. Countless people...

Pet Peeves: Talking at movies

Pet Peeves: Talking at movies

Brenna Severson, Staff Member March 12, 2022

Shush. No need to hear you chit-chattering as the movie plays. The point of watching a movie is to watch the movie. You may think your whispers are quiet, but trust me, they aren’t. I can hear your...

Pet Peeves: Saying no offense

Pet Peeves: Saying “no offense”

Zoey Perrine, Staff Member February 21, 2022

‘No offense but…’ Stop. If you have to start a sentence with no offense, then it’s going to be offensive. Obviously, you know your comment is not positive, and you’re choosing to say it anyway. Haven’t...

TELLING OF TRAUMA Hannah Rowton (12) interviews Superintendent Dr. Rob Anderson about the Marshall Fire on Feb. 18.

History, repeated

February 16, 2022
I have healed from my personal experience, but it's hard because I know what it's like. Folks went from having everything to having zero.
Siblings separated

Siblings separated

February 16, 2022
My brother went to our house alone to look at the damage. He turned the camera and showed us the warzone that our neighborhood has become.
Dont shoot the messenger

Don’t shoot the messenger

February 16, 2022
We got stopped by two police cars. I asked her about some of addresses in Old Town Superior and she said, “Oh, don't even try to go to Old Town. There's nothing there to see.”
Ten minutes

Ten minutes

February 16, 2022
I got the text ten minutes before, and when I looked outside I wasn’t concerned. When I left ten minutes later, I could see the flames feet from my house.
A life-changing text

A life-changing text

February 16, 2022
My dad suggested I text my friend. I thought it was a bit ridiculous, but ten minutes later, I texted her saying that there was a fire near her house. I had absolutely no clue the fire had already gotten there.
Unimaginable exit

Unimaginable exit

February 15, 2022
I woke up to tears from my mom. We all knew why, but no one could believe it. I really can’t describe how this felt. Or how it still feels. I had one pair of clothes and my phone. 
Lost signal

Lost signal

February 15, 2022
A little while later, we saw our house on TV. Our house, because of the Tesla battery and propane tanks, kept exploding. All the other houses had gray smoke, but ours was pure black.
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