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Georgia Storm Scammers

Georgia Storm Scammers

Olivia Robert, Staff Writer

March 21, 2019


Filed under News, Showcase

On March 3rd, tornadoes touched down in Alabama and central Georgia. These tornadoes caused the injuries of many people in the area. This is being said to be the deadliest tornado outbreak since 2013. The tornadoes took the lives of at least 23 people and left homes in wreckage. Unfortunately, some p...

Florence: 2018 Hurricane Season’s Most Daunting Storm

Florence: 2018 Hurricane Season’s Most Daunting Storm

Anna Anglin, Web Editor

September 21, 2018


Filed under Local, News, Showcase, World

June 1 is an important date for the state of Georgia and the East Coast. Itmarks the first day of hurricane season, a potentially scary time for many living near the Atlantic Ocean. This year, the trouble has fallen on the Carolinas as the infamous Hurricane Florence has swept through and already cause...

Puerto Rico Crushed by Hurricane Aftermath

Puerto Rico Crushed by Hurricane Aftermath

Emily Stocksdale, Literature Editor

November 6, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

It has been almost two months since Hurricanes Irma and Maria struck Puerto Rico, and the island continues to flail in the aftermath of those storms.  There has been drastic decline in the Puerto Rican economy and 80 percent of its population is still without electricity.  Water is contaminated in...

Clouds

Clouds

Morgan Champion, Poetry Editor

April 19, 2017


Filed under Literature, Showcase

There will come a time When the pain gets too painful When the commotion gets too loud When you feel too drained to move on.   Drained of tears Drained of happiness Drained of hope,   But there will also come a time When the clouds of sadness and grief Depart.   Darling, Until...

A Misfortunate Excursion

A Misfortunate Excursion

Emily Stocksdale, Literature Editor

October 14, 2016


Filed under Literature, Showcase

Foamy green sloshed across the deck, propelled by the boat’s precarious tilting against the waves.  Rain pelted down as if eager to aid in the vessel’s destruction.  The wooden planks creaked worryingly, and even as Alonzo was darting from the hold to toss more cargo down below, he hesitated slightly,...

Thunderstorms Cause Band Room to Flood Two Weeks in a Row

Thunderstorms Cause Band Room to Flood Two Weeks in a Row

Lany Campbell, Staff Writer

September 7, 2016


Filed under School, Showcase

On August 26 the band room flooded during the John’s Creek pep band game. The game was held at a two-hour delay due to a lightening threat, and the band did not return to campus until after midnight. Once the band arrived at the school, they entered the building to find the majority of the upstairs...

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