Braving the holidays: The seven types of shoppers to look out for

Every year millions of people celebrate Christmas around the world. It is tradition to give presents to those you love as the three wise men gave presents to baby Jesus. Throughout the end of the year people start to get ready for Christmas and buy presents, but if there are millions of people overloading the … More Braving the holidays: The seven types of shoppers to look out for

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Men’s basketball preps for first game, successful season

As the weather gets colder and fall sports end, winter sports start to come into season. The Men’s Basketball Team is stepping into their next season with their first game on Saturday Nov. 30 against Anderson. They have prepared by “going at it six days a week running offense and defense, watching game footage and … More Men’s basketball preps for first game, successful season

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Foods to spice up Thanksgiving dinner

With Thanksgiving only days away, many people are expecting to have the same turkey, green beans, mashed potatoes, and pumpkin pie. Instead of having the traditional Thanksgiving dinner foods, spice up this once a year meal with a new recipe. Non-Drip gravy- Gravy is on almost every single table on Thanksgiving, but with kids and … More Foods to spice up Thanksgiving dinner

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Decorating for Christmas: How early is too early?

Christmas decorations seem to be appearing earlier and earlier each year. It’s said to be the most wonderful time of the year, which is celebrated with friends and family with hopes for a blanket of white on Christmas day, but when is it appropriate for Christmas to take over the corporate world?“Mid-November. People get upset … More Decorating for Christmas: How early is too early?

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Café introduces a little bit of green becoming Styrofoam free

The McNicholas cafeteria introduced new environmentally sound packaging for the 2019-2020 school year. Eco Club moderator Mary Dennemann said, “Mrs. Donna wanted to have something better for the environment.” This new packaging promotes recycling and puts less in the landfills. The McNicholas High School cafeteria looked to become more economically friendly for the 2019-2020 school … More Café introduces a little bit of green becoming Styrofoam free

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McNick dances through the decades for Homecoming 2019

McNicholas’s Homecoming celebration began the week of September 16 with Spirit Week and will conclude with the football game on Sept. 20 and the dance on Sept. 21. This year’s theme, chosen by the Class of 2021, is Dancing Through the Decades. McNicholas kicked off the week with the annual bonfire on Sept. 14 following … More McNick dances through the decades for Homecoming 2019

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