The High Life

Nestlé Recalls Rubber Contaminated Cookie Dough

Nestlé Recalls Rubber Contaminated Cookie Dough

Kaylea Herrman, Photo Editor

November 8, 2019

Recently on October 31st Nestlé, one of the most well known food brands in the USA, issued a recall. This brand has voluntarily recalled 26 different kinds of refrigerated cookie dough because of a rubber substance that has been found in it. If the code on the back of the Nestlé products begins with...

The Senate Takes a Vote on the Possible Impeachment of President Donald Trump

The Senate Takes a Vote on the Possible Impeachment of President Donald Trump

Faith Lininger, Chief Editor

November 7, 2019

On Thursday, October 31st, there was a trial and a vote determining whether Donald Trump would undergo an investigation that may lead to an impeachment trial, if evidence points to needing one. Recent events leading up to this vote include numerous allegations. Incidents include, Donald Trump's p...

5th Quarters of McPherson Forms a Community

Hannah Farley

November 6, 2019

FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) was started 60 years ago by Don McClanen. It was created for coaches, athletes and even fans to create a connection among each other and grow in their faith. Along that journey 5th Quarters were started. 5th Quarters are events after home football games hosted among churches. Usually they la...

MHS Students Host a Run for Día De Los Muertos

MHS Students Host a Run for Día De Los Muertos

Macyn Ward, Staff Writer

November 5, 2019

It’s always inspiring to see students getting involved with their community, and that’s exactly what MHS’s Sports and Entertainment Marketing Class is doing. They are hosting a run on Saturday, November 9 at Meadowlark Trail in McPherson, Kansas. The run is for CKC (Centra Kansas Conservancy) to ...

Directors Disapprove of Netflix’s Playback Speed Feature

Directors Disapprove of Netflix’s Playback Speed Feature

Kaylea Herrman, Photo Editor

November 1, 2019

Recently, Netflix has introduced a feature that allows viewers to change the playback speed of a movie or show they are watching. This feature known as ‘speed binging’ is created for the purpose of getting shows done faster. A lengthy show that may be finished in an hour or so could then be completed...

Do You Dare To Enter?

Do You Dare To Enter?

Ava Howard, staff writer

October 31, 2019

What is a haunted house? A haunted house is a house that is inhabited by demons or spirits. But the haunted houses we go to are nothing like that. The ones we go too are all pretend, because all of the “demons or clowns” are actually people who are dressed up in costumes to pretend they are demons, clo...

New stadium: Can We Afford It?

New stadium: Can We Afford It?

Group of first year writers, staff writers

October 21, 2019

McPherson High School students give their opinion:   Many students have dreamed about what their ideal school would look like. While the McPherson High School may not be the science fiction school we all dreamed of, it fits all students inside unlike the stadium at the McPherson College. ...

College Opportunities at MHS

College Opportunities at MHS

Kaylea Herrman, Photo Editor

October 18, 2019

On Monday, October 14th students attended a college fair that was held at McPherson High School. From 1-2:30pm they were able to walk around the round house and look at colleges they may want to attend in their lives after high school. This fair was held specifically for 10th-12th graders. A total of...

What is McPherson High School Band Doing?

What is McPherson High School Band Doing?

Hannah Farley, staff writer

October 14, 2019

McPherson High School band isn’t selling chocolate this year but they are selling mattresses as in the past. They will also be doing some other small fundraisers throughout the year. Katelyn Kuder says that in the past selling mattresses has done well and that they will probably sell quite a bit this ...

MHS’s Ban On Food Deliveries

MHS’s Ban On Food Deliveries

Macyn Ward, Staff Writer

October 11, 2019

On September 20, 2019, MHS announced “We are no longer allowing food to be ordered and delivered to school from any restaurant. If food is delivered, it will be sent back to the restaurant.” This announcement applies to all students and staff, although seniors and staff are still allowed to leave schoo...

KAYS Volunteers at MHS Bloodrive

KAYS Volunteers at MHS Bloodrive

Kaylea Herrman, Photo Editor

October 10, 2019

This Wednesday, October 9th there was a blood drive at MHS organized by KAY club members accompanied by the Red Cross. If eligible, students were able to come donate blood in the small gym starting at 8:00 a.m. There were plenty of KAY volunteers taking part as well as many eager donors wanting to make...

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