How to Identify Toxic Friends and Family

Caitlin Grisham, Reporter

March 17, 2020

    Whether they are in your family or not, everyone has had to deal with a sarcastic peer or colleague without a filter, having an idea shot down, or being blamed for something you didn’t do.      But, living wi...

Hooked on a feeling: The addiction of caffeine in energy drinks

Eve Hoover, Reporter

March 17, 2020

   Energy drink sales in the United States have increased significantly over the last few years. In 2015, sales amounted to 2.8 billion dollars and raised to around 3.4 billion by 2019.     Popularity of energy drinks have surge...

Students plunge into Sunnyvale Park for Special Olympics

Cooper Bradfish, Reporter

March 17, 2020

   Jumping into frigid water in the middle of February in Wisconsin may make some wary at first, but students are jumping in for a good cause.     Fifteen D.C. Everest students are taking part in an annual Polar Plunge held t...

Make A Wish helps make a student’s dream come true

Nolan Hoppe, Reporter

March 17, 2020

   From what first began as a wish is soon to become a reality for Lucas, an elementary school student and avid Brewers fan here at D.C. Everest.     D.C. Everest as well as the Wausau West DECA chapters have teamed up over t...

Mr. Evergreen Pageant 2020

Cooper Bradfish, Reporter

January 31, 2020

   DC Everest DECA decided to make this years annual Mr. Evergreen Pageant in efforts to make a local second grade student’s dreams come true, who has been diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma.     Mr. Evergreen is a fundraising pageant...

New Chinese III Course

Cooper Bradfish, Reporter

January 31, 2020

   A few years after adding Mandarin Chinese to the classes offered, a new level of the language has been presenting students with unique challenges to allow students to expand their use of the language.     Chinese I ...

Shawn Sullivan of NTC visits sophomores

Cua Vang, Reporter

January 17, 2020

During the last years of high school students decide if they are going to college or not and after that where do they want to go. North Technical College, also known as NTC, is one of the many college options. Shawn Sullivan, a dire...

Marine Physical Training, is it worth it?

Evalyn Hoppe, Reporter

January 17, 2020

   Honor, respect and service to this country are reasons people join the military as well as future opportunities. Often times future opportunities can be expensive and they can have people paying off debt late into their...

Cassidy Jansen

Sadie West, Reporter

January 17, 2020

  Cerebral Palsy is a disorder which primarily affects parts of muscles in the body. This usually happens from something happening during development within the womb. Around 10,000 babies are born each year with Cerebral Pa...

Roy Thorson

Aliya Surti, Reporter

January 17, 2020

   Senior Roy Thorson wanted to join band after his parents said how fun it was, and in sixth grade, he started on the baritone.      “I wanted to join an extracurricular activity and both of my parents had always ...

My Cancer and I

Khiana Bradshaw, Reporter

January 17, 2020

My name is Khiana Bradshaw. I am a sophomore at the D.C Everest Senior High, and I am a cancer survivor.  Even if you’re going through rough patches in your life right now, just try to stay positive and keep going. That...

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