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"Blade Runner 2049" lives up to its predecessor

              “I hope you don’t mind me taking the liberty…” The first line of “ Blade Runner 2049” seems less . . .

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HHS Success Stations make it to their sophomore year

  According to Feeding America, a nonprofit network of more than 200 food banks nationwide, “34 percent of low income families have issues with purchasing basic household goods.”. This means that there . . .

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HHS welcomes a new addition to Freakers Ball

October is here and students at Hiawatha High are planning a newer and spookier Freakers Ball than ever before. The dance is scheduled for 8 p.m. on Monday, October 30. Every year at Freakers there is a costume contest. . . .

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What in the Red Hawk world is Scholar’s Bowl?

              Some people challenge themselves through physical sports, but there are other ways. At Hiawatha High School one of those ways is Scholar’s . . .

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Red Hawk (P)review: Monday, October 9, 2017

Enjoy the first installment of the Red Hawk (P)review for the 2017-2018 school year! This episode includes news of upcoming events, interviews with cast members of the school's upcoming fall production, Calamity Jane , and an adaptation . . .

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Local cheerleader to travel to Florida

            Local high school cheerleader Michelle Russell has been chosen to attend the annual All-American Cheer Team event in Florida this winter. . . .

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Harley Calhoon: not your typical cheerleader

            Harley Calhoon may seem like the stereotypical cheerleader to some, but to those who take the time to get to know her, she is a quirky, thoughtful, typical teenage . . .

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HHS senior reflects on her journalism career

Randee Glander, a senior at Hiawatha High School, certainly hasn’t stayed put in her 18 years of life. From Kansas to Nebraska, she has experienced small schools and large schools. In the end, though, she came back to . . .

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Isabella Eppens: the future of secondary education

            Many people are concerned with the future of education in the state of Kansas, as per budgeting issues. So it’s no coincidence that many people also often wonder . . .

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Martina tina bo beena, banana fanna fo feena, me my mo meena. Martina!

Martina Marie Bourland was born in Columbia, Missouri, on May 25, at 11:52 p.m. She finds herself thinking of Justin Bieber when she's alone. Her after highschool dreams are to move back to Columbia and live with a . . .

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Robin Madere: the untold story

  Seeing Robin Madere leaving the building after school, one might assume with her quiet demeanor and focused attitude that she would be going straight home to finish her homework. But after dropping off her backpack in her car, . . .

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The contradictory Maddy Gruber

            There are two sides to Maddy Gruber. The “I'd rather sleep all day, eat all the food in the house and watch Netflix” side and the athletic side that loves to . . .

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Who is Alysun Shamburg?

  Who is Alysun Shamburg? Sitting across the table from her, you may assume she is quiet and reserved, but when you get to know her you find that she is actually full of curiosity. Occupying her curiosity are not only . . .

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