Local engineer shares career, life experiences

LEAH HILLIER, Reporter

April 1, 2020

    A member of the Harford County community is Mr. William Reichmann, who was an electrical engineer for the City of Santa Clara before he moved to Maryland.       “I got into my career because I lived in Santa Clara...

Rocks State Park attracts visitors from near, far

Leah Hillier, Reporter

April 1, 2020

     Rocks State Park is familiar territory to residents in Harford County. With 4.5 out of 5 stars on TripAdvisor, it is no wonder that there is heavy traffic in Rocks during the summer months. According to Google trends data...

Students serve on church youth group mission trips

ZACH JACKSON, REPORTER

April 1, 2020

       When churches recruit new young people into their family, they often put them through the course of Sunday school which is an hour-long class of studying stories in the Bible that teach life lessons and lea...

Online education

Greer Strine, Reporter

April 1, 2020

      HCPS has and will continue to offer digital learning models to help students succeed, and sometimes even receive their education, even if they aren’t in attendance within the classroom.       These new models include e-learnin...

S.T.E.M. night allows elementary students to experience science 

LILLI GRECO, Reporter

April 1, 2020

  S.T.E.M - science, technology, engineering and mathematics - night took place on March 4 and was an opportunity for Science Honor Society members and tenth grade science students to gain experience by working with students from t...

Dual enrollment provides opportunity for college credit

MAURA CHANEY, Reporter

April 1, 2020

  Offered at North Harford is a HCC business class that counts as six college credits along with a high school credit. This class has been offered since 2008, and will continue to be offered to those who choose to take it.  ...

Mr. North Harford crowned

ELLIE EVANS, News Editor

April 1, 2020

On February 28, the drums rolled as an envelope was passed and the Mr. North Harford 2020 was announced:  Max Henkel!       Thirteen boys were a part of the annual Mr. North Harford production. The show was run by the...

Student reaction to AB schedule

EMILY GREEN , Video Editor 

April 1, 2020

       Harford County schools has initiated a new schedule that will be put into place next year to accommodate seniors enrolled part time. This new schedule will allow students participating in dual enrollment at H...

Up close and personal with animals

EVAN KUZEMCHAK, Social Media Coordinator

April 1, 2020

    As spring rushes in, North Harford is preparing for the birth of some baby animals in our barn. The Hawks are expecting about three or four ewe (sheep) and about 10 sow (piglets).      Ag Teacher Mrs. Amiee Densmo...

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