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  • Christmas in Other Countries

    Christmas in Other Countries

    December 1, 2017

    Christmas traditions in the United States are very familiar; eating a Christmas ham, opening presents on Christmas morning, singing carols, and spending time with family are all some of the time-honored practices. But what do other countries do on the day of Christmas? The U.K.’s traditions are not too differen...

    Australians decorate during December, but it is during their summer.

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  • Way Station Makes “Way” to Its Audiences This Weekend

    Way Station Makes “Way” to Its Audiences This Weekend

    Kathryn Welch, reporter/photographer

    December 1, 2017

    A local church brings Christmas joy and sentiment early this December through the production of its annual play.  First Baptist Church, located at 1006 Hillsboro Blvd, Manchester, Tennessee, prepares for a weekend of productions as show dates come into view. This Friday through Sunday (December 1,2,...

  • Nursing Training Begins at CCCHS

    Nursing Training Begins at CCCHS

    Lizz York, assistant editor

    November 30, 2017

    Listen up lower class men, CCCHS’s CNA (certified nurses assistant) class builds a great foundation for those interested in the medical field. Students in this class participate in health screenings at local schools, the HOSA blood drive, and most favorable - trips to the nursing home each morning. ...

    CNA Class of 2017

    Mary Jane Barton

  • Jordan Winton Opens His Light Display

    Jordan Winton Opens His Light Display

    Jacob Melton, Sports Ediotor

    November 29, 2017

    With the holidays fast approaching Jordan Winton, a junior at CCCHS, is ready to present his Christmas light show once again. Starting back in the 1990s, the Winton family has given Coffee County a very unique gift every year for the holidays. Requiring 400,000 Christmas lights and around 12 miles of c...

    Jordan Winton

  • Pies Teach Special Life Lessons

    Pies Teach Special Life Lessons

    Vanessa Willis and Yanely Luna

    November 17, 2017

    Mrs. Erin Dobson’s special education class has been making pies and selling them to teachers. The project is a part of the Special Education classes’ work-based enterprise. According to DECA, Inc., a work based enterprise is a “entrepreneurial operation in a school setting that provides go...

  • Lung Cancer Awareness Month

    Lung Cancer Awareness Month

    Ann Petty, reporter/photographer

    November 16, 2017

    November marks the beginning of Lung Cancer Awareness Month. According to the lung cancer foundation, lung cancer “kills almost twice as many women as breast cancer and more than three times as many men as prostate cancer” and it accounts for 27% of all cancer deaths, more than the next three...

  • October Brings Awareness to Students and Faculty of CCCHS

    October Brings Awareness to Students and Faculty of CCCHS

    Kathryn Welch and Katie Sudberry

    November 3, 2017

    With help from local businesses and CCCHS faculty, the annual Pink Out Game and Breast Cancer Awareness Month fundraising helps to benefit local patients and their families. Amid all  of the chaos at CCCHS in the month of October, our school finds itself plastered with pink bringing awareness to brea...

    Michelle Henley

  • Winter Guard Commences!

    Winter Guard Commences!

    Halli Richards and Lizz York

    November 3, 2017

      With Marching Season coming to a close, the color guard gears up to welcome a new batch of students to the Winter Guard program. Although the color guard lost quite a few of its members during this year’s marching season, they have many auditionees for the upcoming Winter Season. According...

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Christmas in Other Countries

December 1, 2017No Comments

Christmas traditions in the United States are very familiar; eating a Christmas ham, opening presents on Christmas morning, singing carols, and spending time with family are all some of the time-honored practices. But wha...

Nursing Training Begins at CCCHS

Lizz York, assistant editor

November 30, 2017No Comments

Listen up lower class men, CCCHS’s CNA (certified nurses assistant) class builds a great foundation for those interested in the medical field. Students in this class participate in health screenings at local schools, th...

George Gannon, Arts and Entertainment Editor

November 29, 2017No Comments

Eric Farmer (TSAC) will be returning to the CHS library on December 14, 2017, from 3:00 p.m.-7:00p.m. to assist seniors with filing their 2018-2019 FAFSA.  Seniors and parents should have on hand a copy of their 2016 inc...

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Christmas in Other Countries

December 1, 2017No Comments

Christmas traditions in the United States are very familiar; eating a Christmas ham, opening presents on Christmas morning, singing carols, and spending time with family are all some of the time-honored practices. But wha...

  • Way Station Makes “Way” to Its Audiences This Weekend December 1, 2017
  • Nursing Training Begins at CCCHS November 30, 2017
  • Jordan Winton Opens His Light Display November 29, 2017
  • Welcoming Mr. Creek November 29, 2017

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Way Station Makes “Way” to Its Audiences This Weekend

Kathryn Welch, reporter/photographer

December 1, 2017No Comments

A local church brings Christmas joy and sentiment early this December through the production of its annual play.  First Baptist Church, located at 1006 Hillsboro Blvd, Manchester, Tennessee, prepa...

FAFSA Night – December 14th

November 29, 2017

Thanksgiving Food Baskets Provide Holiday Meal as Well as Humbling Lesson

Thanksgiving Food Baskets Provide Holiday Meal as Well as Humbling Lesson

November 29, 2017

Community Service Required for TN Promise

November 16, 2017

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