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  • Blood Drive drives students to donate

    Blood Drive drives students to donate

    Emma Reinagel, features editor

    March 9, 2017

    Students had the opportunity to donate blood at two separate blood drives took place at OHS last Friday (March 3) and Monday (March 6). The blood drives were organized by Student Council and Leadership, and the blood was donated through the Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center. “When you...

  • Boys basketball recap

    Boys basketball recap

    Jordan Peters, reporter

    March 9, 2017

    Boys basketball had a rough start to their season, but they made some improvements as the year went on. After losing to Rockwood Summit 55-47 on Jan. 27, the team was 1-13, but were then able to come back and win six of their last 10 games, making their final record 7-17. Head Coach, Nick Traxler,...

  • Golden Girls go to Nationals

    Golden Girls go to Nationals

    Mckenzie Knapp, sports editor

    March 9, 2017

    The Golden Girls traveled to Orlando, FL for NDA Nationals on March 2 for a weekend long competition. The girls placed fourth in the nation in small varsity team mix, four spots better than last season. They also competed in pom and placed ninth out of 32 teams that competed. “Getting awards...

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  • 12 Angry Jurors, spring play a success

    12 Angry Jurors, spring play a success

    McCall Phillips, reporter

    March 8, 2017

    The OHS drama department surprised the audience one last time with 12 Angry Jurors as their spring play. The three day showing of the spring play occurred on March 1-3 at 7:00 p.m. in the OHS drama center. The 12 Angry Jurors created a new situation for the actors; the actors stayed on the stage...

  • Athlete of the week: Carissa Wideman

    Athlete of the week: Carissa Wideman

    Dominique Robinson, photo editor

    March 8, 2017

    Despite serious injury, snapping hip syndrome, Carissa Wideman (12) did not let it stop her from being a part of her team or let it take away her passionate love for dancing. Wideman's snapping hip syndrome began in seventh grade, where she was told that if she continued to dance she wouldn't be able...

News

On the border, school board approves redistricting plans for ‘17-’18

Jaime Meier, profiles editor

The final redistricting plan for the Mehlville School District was approved by a vote of 5-1 by the Board of Education Thursday, March 9. After months of planning and...

March 16No Comments

Blood Drive drives students to donate

Blood Drive drives students to donate

March 9

Students had the opportunity to...

Band brings home a win

March 7

Oakville’s Wind Symphony and...

Elective Preview Day

February 27

The school year is getting closer...

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Sports

Boys basketball recap

Boys basketball recap

Jordan Peters, reporter

Boys basketball had a rough start to their season, but they made some improvements as the year went on. After losing to Rockwood Summit 55-47 on Jan. 27, the team was...

March 9No Comments

Golden Girls go to Nationals

Golden Girls go to Nationals

March 9

The Golden Girls traveled to Orlando,...

Athlete of the week: Carissa Wideman

Athlete of the week: Carissa Wideman

March 8

Despite serious injury, snapping...

Varsity cheer wins MCDA competition

March 6

Oakville High School varsity cheer...

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Features

Oakville succeeds with solo and ensemble

Oakville succeeds with solo and ensemble

Emily Miller, opinions editor

Oakville band and choir students really hit the high notes at district solo and ensemble recently. District solo and ensemble was held at Parkway Central High School on...

March 16No Comments

Shipping out supplies, NHS sends school supplies overseas through Projekt NADA

March 9

With borders shutting down and...

12 Angry Jurors, spring play a success

12 Angry Jurors, spring play a success

March 8

The OHS drama department surprised...

French club continues annual fundraiser for Doctors Without Borders

March 6

“Kindness is the light that dissolves...

Cheering for a cause

Cheering for a cause

February 28

Cheerleaders and dancers competed...

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Opinions

Marvel’s brings big character to small screen

Olivia Greubel and Megan Haislar

Marvel fans, hold onto your seats. No, this isn’t about the much anticipated Age of Ultron film that’s due to premier this Friday. This is about Netflix and Marvel’s...

April 28 • Comments closed

Misadventures serve as a learning curve

April 28

As told by Olivia Greubel: Today...

Test Causes Stress

April 24

For the first time, the state of...

Sleeping Students

April 2

Lately around OHS, it seems students...

Pressured by technology

March 26

Teachers have been trying to incorporate...

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