Co-student body presidents Isabella Wirthlin (12) and TJ Meinershagen  (12) work on a story for the first school broadcast this year.

Wirthlin shows determination and care inside and outside of OHS

Emma Borage, reporter December 10, 2020

“She is one of the most determined, diligent, and gritty workers of all time,” said history teacher Mr. Dan Richter. “She’s always there for anyone who needs her,” said her friend, Alex Boehlje...

Morgan Orr (12) and Courtney Doerr (12) display the portacath pillows made by the sewing fundamentals class.

Sewing class gives back to cancer patients

Bethany Hagan, reporter November 4, 2019

Every year, the FACS department decides to give back.  One of the Sewing Fundamentals class first project was to make portacath pillows that are donated to cancer patients. The pillow is attached...

Botindari makes a difference

Botindari makes a difference

Lexi Onder, reporter March 2, 2018

OHS student Gabrielle Botindari (9) is going above and beyond to raise money and awareness for leukemia research. After one of her grandmothers passed away from breast cancer and her other grandmother...

Auntie Kim and I hug in the parking lot after showing her my new haircut.

Generations of Hope

Mckenzie Knapp, editor in chief June 11, 2017
How breast cancer has made me who I am today.
College drop out. Dreamer. CEO. Cancer patient. Legend.

College drop out. Dreamer. CEO. Cancer patient. Legend.

Emily Maag, Editor In Chief October 13, 2011

On the evening of Oct. 5, news broke that former Apple CEO Steve Jobs lost his battle to pancreatic cancer and passed away. The news shook the world and sent a ripple throughout the internet community;...

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