Authority strikes concern at music festivals; Detrimental effects on teenagers

June 5, 2018

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  EDITORIAL     Summertime, when teens want to have fun and experience new things, but where should the line be drawn between fun and dangerous? It seems as though music festivals have been all the rage recentl...

Drama in dreamland:  making, meeting expectations in your mind

Rebekah Keaton, Hawks Reporter

June 5, 2018

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It 10 o'clock or so and you just finished a long day. All your homework is complete, and you’re laying in your bed nice and toasty. Soon you begin to drift off, and the last thing you see is your bedroom.    Once you find your...

The continued battle for net neutrality

June 5, 2018

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Grant Scarboro On May 16, 2018, the United States Senate voted 52-47 to reverse the FCC’s “Restoring Internet Freedom Order” via the Congressional Review Act. The “Restoring Internet Freedom Order”, if it goes into...

New Royal couple shakes it up at wedding ceremony

JULIA BARSTOW, Reporter

June 5, 2018

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The wedding of the year was this past weekend and if you are like me, you got up at six o'clock and started watching the star studded cast make their way into St. George Chapel and patiently waited until seven when Meghan Markle...

Could Falling Branch be going under?

JULIA FOSTER, Reporter

June 5, 2018

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   Over the years, one of Harford County’s treasures, Kilgore Falls, more commonly known as Falling Branch, has become threatened by tourists.  The mass tourism does not only disturb the wildlife in the park, but the people liv...

Thnks fr th Mmrs, it was great

SAMANTHA STELTZER, Business Manager

May 17, 2018

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Well, this has been fun! The good days, the bad days, all went by super-fast. About fourteen years of learning, laughter, support from family, long nights, blood (gym is not my friend), sweat and tears, and a healthy dose of procrastination...

Respect: key to prospering in high school

MARIA KROPKOWSKI, IDR EDITOR

May 17, 2018

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To all the underclassmen hoping to get anything out of high school: take your time trying to find out who you are and how to become your best self. This starts with respect; respecting yourself and those around you. Sure, high...

Shaping who I am, through you

KAYLA NOWACKI, Reporter

May 17, 2018

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To My Mom, Well, here we are in senior year.  These past four years have come and gone and you are the reason for my success. You should be so proud of all you have done. You've raised a strong independent young women who...

High school turned Hunger Games: Best four years of our lives, or brutal battle for survival?

KATIE KETTELL, Sports Editor

May 17, 2018

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I’m not here to tell you how sad it is knowing I’m in my last weeks of high school. I’m not here to tell you that high school really is the best four years of your life. High school should not be the peak of your existence,...

Meagher bids North Harford farewell, calls action one last time

KATE MEAGHER, Video Editor

May 17, 2018

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The year is 2014 and I’m walking the halls of North Harford Middle School, fantasizing about when I’ll be older and can confidently drive my car into the high school parking lot. Getting a license and being an upperclassman...

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