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March 22, 2019 – 2:04 pm | Comments Off on Reiners travels to state capital to discuss controversial topic

Julia Reiners is a junior at Polson High School and she placed 1st at the State Speech and Debate competition that was held in Belgrade, Montana. Reiners participated in Original Oratory with a speech about …

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Puntastic! The Pun Never Ends…

December 4, 2015 – 3:35 pm | Comments Off on Puntastic! The Pun Never Ends…

‘Tis the season to be jolly. It is also the season for puns.
In the spirit of giving (And the two-hour delay), we present to you…
Not one…
Not two…
Actually, yes, two…
PUNS!
Snowden puns!
 
 
Your welcome…

Puntastic! The Overly Manly Pug

December 3, 2015 – 3:28 pm | Comments Off on Puntastic! The Overly Manly Pug

We all have off days. Thursdays can be exceptionally tough to get through. However, with puns, life gets all that much better.
Here’s to the day before the day that ends the week.
And the people who …

Puntastic! Uncomfortable Colors Extravaganza

December 2, 2015 – 2:33 pm | Comments Off on Puntastic! Uncomfortable Colors Extravaganza

Hallways in the morning are full of tired students, lost papers, and copious amounts of caffeine. And puns.
The explanation:
“Epi-” : Upon
Upon “C”
“Epi-” “C”
Now that’s epic.
 
 
 
 
 
Thank you Kenyon Cairns for the lovely pun! And thank you …

Puntastic! (Something New)

December 1, 2015 – 3:20 pm | Comments Off on Puntastic! (Something New)

Sitting in English class, 35 minutes and an eternity from lunch, a pun was born.
A lime was drawn.
A tagline was written.
 
Thank you Annabelle for providing the pun of the day.

The Dangers of Black Friday

November 24, 2015 – 9:45 am | Comments Off on The Dangers of Black Friday

Black Friday was the biggest shopping day of the year. In 2014, 133.7 million people went shopping on Black Friday, and each spent an average of $380. It wasn’t always like this. Black Friday used …

Is Black Friday too violent?

November 25, 2014 – 3:54 pm | Comments Off on Is Black Friday too violent?

For a holiday whose purpose is to give thanks, it’s ironic that the next day is filled with greed and chaos. “Black” Friday refers to stores changing from red to black, back when accounting was …

How is that dress code working?

May 16, 2014 – 2:18 pm | Comments Off on How is that dress code working?
How is that dress code working?

 

 
Three students from Polson High School. Should this be allowed?
 There seem to be two “camps” when it comes to answering to this basic question: should the school have and enforce a dress code?
No: Many students …

Jenga liberalism

May 8, 2014 – 1:29 pm | Comments Off on Jenga liberalism

As a kid, nothing stressed me out like a game of Jenga. I remember very carefully finding a loose block, sliding it out from its place in the tower, and replacing it at the top–praying …

Hannah Potter Writes First Book Review For Salishian

May 7, 2014 – 3:24 pm | Comments Off on Hannah Potter Writes First Book Review For Salishian

I have recently finished, Watership Down after nearly a month of trying to overcome the 478 paged novel. This wasn’t assigned for school and I read it since I am making myself read every book …

A book to read before the movie comes out

April 24, 2014 – 8:25 pm | Comments Off on A book to read before the movie comes out
A book to read before the movie comes out

Over spring break I went to Arizona and brought four great books to read during the car trip. One was Paper Towns by John Green. Ever since reading The Fault in Our Stars last year, …