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“Lakeside Lights Spectacular” light-up tunnel that you can walk inside of. Photo by Explore Gwinnett Events.

Local Family Fun Christmas Events

Ashleigh Martin, Staff Writer December 13, 2021

With Christmas right around the corner, many families are working to find new holiday experiences and traditions to enjoy together. Forsyth and Dawson County seem very small, and to many living there,...

18-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse agrees to speak under oath in court. Photo by Swordian.

Analyzing the Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

Brodie Mizer, Staff Writer November 30, 2021

One of the most politically charged and poignant trials of the past several decades began last week. Kyle Rittenhouse, “the Kenosha Kid,” who shot several rioters, was charged for several counts of...

Senior Tyler Triche looked up to his parents shortly before thanking them in his speech (Photo by Sydney Jarrard).

Hip Hip Hooray for Signing Day at North

Sarah Treusch, News Editor November 16, 2021

Senior athletes celebrated their commitment to play a college-level sport on Wednesday, Nov. 10 in the PAC from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Starting with softball and ending with baseball, each coach described their...

Be prepared for what you need for the SAT and ACT. Photo by Emmelyn Harrison created on Canva .

Upcoming SAT/ACT Test Dates & What You Should Know

Emmelyn Harrison, Staff Writer November 15, 2021

The United States uses the SAT, a standardized test, for college admission by testing high school students' readiness for college. The SAT sections include math, evidence-based reading and writing and...

Cars waiting in line for gas after the Colonial Pipeline got hacked. Photo by: Megan Varner/Getty.

The Security Breach of 2021 that Drove America Crazy

Micayla Peters, Staff Writer May 20, 2021

On May 7, the Colonial Pipeline experienced a cyber attack in which a group known as the "Darkside" hacked into the pipeline's malware and stole data. The Colonial Pipeline runs from Houston, Texas, all...

President Biden’s $1.9 trillion stimulus check for COVID relief. Photo by: Foreign Policy Research Institute.

America’s $1.9 Trillion COVID-19 Relief Bill, What Is It?

Jen Vincent, Literature Editor March 25, 2021

On March 5th and 6th, the House accepted President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill in Washington. The Washington Post said that “Democrats touted the breadth of the legislation, which...

The destination of sales and activities; the Raider Station is open and has its March Madness schedule on the blue board. Photo by Micayla Peters.

March Madness: Raider Station

Micayla Peters, Staff Writer March 19, 2021

March Madness is almost here bringing days of fun and activities to NFHS. Students will be able to take part in Jersey Day, game predictions and, of course, sales at the Raider Station as a part of this...

Mrs. Transue thanks sophomore Liv Ritacco for adopting her as a teacher during a Student Council meeting. Photo by Sarah Treusch.

North Dives into National Beta Week with Tons of Activities

Sarah Treusch, News Editor March 10, 2021

National Beta Week was from  March 1 until March 5, and every day the NFHS Beta Club challenged its members to a different task. The endeavours’ had their own positive and uplifting theme that correlates...

Rumors on the Tokyo and Beijing Olympic Games

Rumors on the Tokyo and Beijing Olympic Games

Jen Vincent , Literature Editor February 26, 2021

The Japan Olympics were originally supposed to be held July 24 to Aug.9, 2020. However, with the recent COVID-19 pandemic, the plans were postponed. Japan's prime minister said the Olympics “will be...

COVID-19 vaccine vials are ready for use. Photo by: Memorial Medical Center.

Are the Covid-19 Vaccines Safe?

Micayla Peters, Staff Writer January 16, 2021

Last year Covid-19 infested the world and our lives by forcing many countries to shut down. Everyone wants the 2020 pandemic to be over, and multiple vaccines have been created and approved. However, many...

The top of the picture is pro-Trump riots storming the Capitol Building. The bottom left is senator Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock. Bottom right Nancy Pelosi announcing her impeachment for Trump with the 25th amendment.

A Blue America: A follow up to my last article on the 2020 senate run-off election

Jen Vincent, Literature Editor January 16, 2021

Senate Run-off Results: On Tuesday, Jan 5 the election centers opened, and the people of Georgia seemingly held their breath waiting for the results. The special election run-off finished first between...

All the way to the left Rev. Dr. Raphael Warnock and next to him, Jon Osoff. Next to him David Perdue, and all the way right Kelly Loeffler.

The Fate of the World Rests on Georgia’s Shoulders in Upcoming Senate Run-offs

Jen Vincent, Literature Editor December 15, 2020

There are two very important senate run-off election dates happening in Georgia. This could lead to the majority of the senate being either red or blue. The two run-off elections are set for Jan. 5, 2021....

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