The Raider Wire

Lanierland Park: A New Era for North Forsyth


JoAnn Ahn, News Editor

February 1, 2017

In March 2016, ground was officially broken for the construction of a new, 109-acre park off of Jot-Em Down Road named Lanierland Park, coined after its predecessor, Lanierland Music Park, a popular country music hot spot for more than 36 years which closed in 2006. The new recreational park's grand...

Quiet Places

Last weekend, I climbed a mountain trail with my sister and nephew to get away from the rest of our family. Hiking the Indian Seats is a perfect way of clearing your mind and stepping back to realize what is important.

Jade Flack, Staff Writer

March 6, 2015

Being teenagers, we all know how hectic our lives can get. Parents are often screaming at us for every little thing, demanding perfection and expecting too much. Some of us even have noisy siblings that create an even louder atmosphere. The sounds around us can become deafening when so many things demand...

Around the World in 25 Countries

The giant sphere that holds the Spaceship Earth ride is visible in all parts of Epcot. Spaceship Earth looms over everything else in the park, so onlookers can see it no matter where they are in Epcot. The sphere, besides being an impressive sight, can also serve as a directional beacon, as it is located near the entrance of the park. This is most helpful to those who are stuck in the Food and Wine Festival, as they can easily guide themselves back to the entrance of Epcot.

Jack Scott, Staff Writer

October 31, 2014

Every autumn, a section of Disney’s Epcot Park is transformed into a surreal and sometimes confusing conglomeration of culinary culture from all over the world. Chinese monasteries stand aside Norwegian stave churches, attracting crowds of people weary from the blistering and oppressive central Florida...

Tearing Down Turner Field

Atlanta Braves will tear down Turner Field in 2017 and build a new stadium in Cobb County.

Morgan Franklin, Staff Writer

November 21, 2013

The Atlanta Braves plan to move to a brand new stadium in 2017. Their contract with Turner Field expires in 2016, and they would like to build the field between I-75 and I-285 in Cobb County. The association wanted to be in a more central location, so Braves’ supporters will have easier access to their beloved team. The Atlanta Braves will be able to keep their name considering their new location is outside the city limits. This new site will pr...

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