Mr. Goldie’s Employability One hopes to bring a new light to manual jobs

November 8, 2019

Employability One, a new elective taught by Dustin Goldie, aims to enlighten students on some post-high school options they may not have been aware of.   A Knight Times survey of 220 students shows that there is some stigma related to hands on jobs.  41% of the responders expressed that they did not think the salary for these jobs was enough for them, and an additional 12% thought that...

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Bond issue planned for upcoming election

Anna Saxton, Staff Writer | October 30, 2019

Growing enrollment calls for an expansion in the Kings local school district.  The district has proposed a 4.69 mil bond, which, if approved by voters on November 5th, will grant the school $89.975 million for the project. That means an extra $180 on annual taxes for a family living in a $100,000 home, which is roughly $15 a month.  The planning committee made up of board members and principals...

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Grant Shields, 12

Grant Shields, 12

November 13, 2019

Recovering

Recovering

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Humans of Kings

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The Unlikely Heroes of Squad 12

Abigail MacNeil, Section Editor | November 19, 2019

It’s a normal day in Coast City: you get on the bus, go to school, come home, repeat. Nothing new, nothing out of the ordinary. That is, until mad scientist Dr. Agon decides to unleash his weapons in order to take over the world. The future seems doomed, but something even more unexpected happens: your bus driver asks you and your fellow classmates to help defeat Dr. Agon.    Seems like...

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Marching Band Seniors preparing for their final week of the season.

Ethan Greene, Staff Writer | November 6, 2019

 With less than a week left in their season, Kings Marching Band has plenty to celebrate. Awarded 1st place at numerous competitions, the band has had an extremely successful season, and the excitement is palpable among students.       “It feels great to have the band receive these awards,” said Zach Baker, a senior snare drummer. “being recognized for our hard work is absolutely wonderful.”       Recently,...

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     It’s been thirteen years since Tool’s last album, “Ten Thousand Days.” In the time since, we’ve had three presidents, three nationa...

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History Repeats Itself

Christian Pierce | March 5, 2019

  When you think of a sports dynasty, there are a few teams that come to mind: the New York Yankees,the Boston Red Sox,the Boston Celtics, the Los Angeles Lakers, the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Green Bay Packers, the San Francisco 49ers, and last but certainly not least the New England Patriots.

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What’s Changed?

Alice Coleman | February 27, 2019

  Las Vegas, Orlando, Charleston, Parkland, and Chicago: You know these cities. Once synonymous with vacations and idyllic suburban landscapes, now synonymous with gun violence.

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