Senior Column: Emily Pettit

Many people will say that senior year is one of the most important and best years of your life. For the Class of 2020, it was definitely a year we will never forget. We have set the record for the longest spring break ever, but winning that award comes with downsides.


Senior Column: Dontavius Webb

These days no one gets to the top alone without a little advice from those who came before them. Whether you’re a freshman ready to start your high school career or a senior about to finish, this year brings excitement and fear. No matter what your brain tells you, you are ready to endure what this year brings.


Lynlee g. Candles

At the beginning of May, soon-to-be-14-year-old Lynlee Grace Hinton (Grace), approached her dad looking for a project. In part, to find something to help pass the time, partly to have “something of her own” aside from her twin brother according to her father, and partly because she’s a self-proclaimed daddy’s girl — but definitely something to help pass the extra time in the house.


A feel-good treat to beat the heat: Oxsicles Popsicles

A week before “the entire country shut down,” Elizabeth Speed signed the papers and became the new owner of Oxsicles, an Oxford popsicle staple since 2017. While the business usually thrives on outdoor events in the area like Double Decker and Watermelon Carnival, Speed had to adapt. Luckily, the previous owner, Lauren Klimetz, set her up for success and taught her everything she learned in her years owning the company.

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