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Know/inform/care

Know/inform/care

Kayla Shy, news reporter
June 22, 2017
Filed under Know/inform/care, News, Top Stories

Local Know: After being named outstanding lead actress and actor, two St. Louis high school teens will be traveling to New York for The Jimmy Awards.  Inform: Cor Jesu Academy and Jersey Community High School performed “Curtains” and “Oklahoma!” at the first-ever St. Louis High Schoo...

Know/inform/care

Know/inform/care

Kate Laubacker, editor-in-chief
June 16, 2017
Filed under Know/inform/care, News, Top Stories

Local Know: A Belleville High School graduate died at Fugitive Beach in Rolla, Missouri, June 10. Inform: Around 3 p.m., Kalon D. Green traveled down the waterslide at the tourist stop and did not resurface. The lifeguards located him and attempted CPR. EMS then transported Green to Phelps County Medical ...

Sink or swim

Sink or swim

Lauren Glascock, news reporter
May 27, 2017
Filed under #FloodOf17, Spring sports, Top Stories

Walking into the A.D.'s office, the smell of Febreeze hangs over a moldy aroma overtaking the room, May 8. The carpetless floors are now just a slab of concrete next to walls of foundation bases that are quite the eyesore. Adhesive residue makes visitors’ shows stick an extra second to the floor as...

Looking to the future

Looking to the future

Ethan Fine, news reporter
May 25, 2017
Filed under Features, Retiring staff, Top Stories

You promised!

You promised!

May 24, 2017
Filed under Digital Media, EHS-hub Broadcast News, Featured multimedia, Leisure, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Driving impaired is a dead end. It's graduation night. We hope our seniors remember the lessons we learned from these simulations.

Post-graduation plans

Post-graduation plans

Tyler Price, tech section editor
May 24, 2017
Filed under Class of 2017, Features, Leisure, Top Stories

The graduating class of 2017 say their good-byes and prepare for the next chapter of their lives. This interactive map provides a visual of where each student is planning to attend for the 2017-2018 school year. Congratulations, Class of 2017!

Up in the air

Up in the air

Maria Perez, news reporter
May 22, 2017
Filed under Academics, Class of 2017, Features, Top Stories

The Class of 2017 will be walking across the Chaifetz Arena stage in their purple caps and gowns to receive their diplomas, May 24. For the last four years, they have balanced their schedules with additional commitments inside and outside of school. To balance all of these activities, choices had to be made. Those choices c...

Know/inform/care

Know/inform/care

Kate Laubacker and Madison Clark
May 18, 2017
Filed under Know/inform/care, News, Top Stories

Local Know: Over 150 police K-9 teams gathered in Eureka for the North American Police Work Dog Association, May 7. Inform: The N.A.P.W.D.A. trainers and handlers got together in the small town of Eureka. These canines--as well as their handlers--get nationally certified every year by going through a series of scenarios and tests. This is the third year i...

2017 senior column: We are wildcats: Nick Weaver

2017 senior column: We are wildcats: Nick Weaver

Nick Weaver, EBN editor-in-chief
May 17, 2017
Filed under 2017 Senior Columns: We are wildcats, From the desk, Opinion, Top Stories

As I sit at my desk for the last time to write one final piece for the EHS-hub, my mind is content. I’ve done everything that I’ve set out to do. After taking over EHS-hub Broadcast News at the end of my sophomore year, I put a sign on the wall next to the door of room 704 stating “EHS-hub Go...

2017 senior column: We are wildcats: Madison Eble

2017 senior column: We are wildcats: Madison Eble

Madison Eble, online community editor
May 17, 2017
Filed under 2017 Senior Columns: We are wildcats, Opinion, Top Stories

High school cannot be described in just a few short words. These past four years have been a roller coaster of emotions filled with some of the best memories. I stepped into EHS scared as could be. Scared that I would get lost in the halls and be late to my classes. Scared that I wouldn’t...