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A poster for Homecoming shows the nominees of the 2021 Homecoming Court.

OHS prepares for Homecoming outside

Leyla Vilic, Editor-in-Chief September 29, 2021

Homecoming, a classic high school tradition, will be taking place a little bit differently at OHS.  In previous years, Homecoming was held in Gym A and the Commons, there was no mask mandate and students...

Members of the GSA (Genders and Sexualities Alliance Network) during meeting.

OHS students, staff hope that school can better represent the diverse range of students

Nataleigh Scheller-Houska, Co-Editor-in-Chief September 29, 2021

It is generally agreed upon that school should be a safe and uplifting environment for all students, but some non-binary, bigender and other gender identities outside the gender binary students feel like...

Mason Meinershagen (10) pole vaults at state track meet.

Meinershagen captures medals in girls state track meet, nearly wins state title

Leyla Vilic, Editor-in-Chief June 1, 2021

Young people are the future, they say. In Mason Meinershagen’s case, she’s paving the way for herself with a smile on her face and a vaulting pole in her hand. Meinershagen competed in the Missouri...

Michaela Gindler (11) uses her social media to spread encouragement and faith.

Gindler spreads faith on social media

Olivia Wolff, reporter May 25, 2021

Social media can often be found as a source of negativity and controversy, but for Michaela Gindler (11) she uses it to faithfully inspire others. After growing up in the church, attending PSR, and...

Ethan Walters (11) goes up for the hit during a game.

Boys volleyball finishes with winning record for first time in five years

Davin Smith, Sports Editor May 25, 2021

For the first time in five years, the boys volleyball team enjoyed a winning record as they finished 11-9. The last time they had a winning record was in 2016 when they ended at 16-14. The boys started...

Natalie Baker (10), Rylie Huether (11), and Eva Beidle (11) hold up their medals from the state competition for the FBLA Broadcast category.

3 OHS entries qualify for FBLA Nationals – one of them unexpectedly

Ava Hounsom, reporter May 25, 2021

When Eva Beidle (11), Rylie Huether (11), and Natalie Baker (10) competed in the FBLA district competition, they got second place in Broadcast Journalism. To move onto state, they needed to get first place.  “At...

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