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Kyle Rittenhouse, left, listens as his attorney Mark Richards gives his closing argument during Rittenhouses trial at the Kenosha County Courthouse in Kenosha, Wis., on Monday, Nov. 15, 2021. Rittenhouse, an aspiring police officer, shot two people to death and wounded a third during a night of anti-racism protests in Kenosha in 2020. (Sean Krajacic/The Kenosha News via AP, Pool)

Kyle Rittenhouse Acquitted On All Charges

Tad Couch, Editor November 19, 2021

November 19, 2021--Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted of all charges by jury. It isn’t all that uncommon for someone to be acquitted on a murder charge when self defense is claimed, but when someone is...

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Respiratory Therapy

Respiratory Therapy

Lauren Hamby, Assistant Editor November 19, 2021

Career Technology Center(CTC) holds an open house to promote awareness to the importance of the Respiratory Therapists(RT’s) and give an idea to the public on what they do.  During the COVID-19 pandemic,...

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Kyle Rittenhouse, lying on his back as an unidentified man attempts to stomp on his head.  Meanwhile, Anthony Huber approaches Rittenhouse with his skateboard in hand. 

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A Breakdown of the Kyle Rittenhouse Case

Tad Couch, Editor November 17, 2021

August 25, 2020 --Kyle Rittenhouse, 17, shot three men, killing two with a semi-automatic AR. Rittenhouse of Antioch, Illinois went to Kenosha Wisconsin during the protests that turned into riots of the...

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Democracy in Beta Club

Democracy in Beta Club

Olivia Langston, Journalist November 17, 2021

Cape Central High School junior Cade Emmenderfer is running for Missouri Beta State Vice President. The Beta State Convention starts on Thursday, December 9 this year.  Emmenderfer’s campaign is currently...

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Water Grabbers

Water Grabbers

Halle Andrews, Photography Editor November 9, 2021

Water covers 70% of our planet, and in most minds, it's common to assume it’ll be around forever. However, freshwater, the stuff we drink, bathe in, and irrigate our farm fields with, is overly rare....

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Principal Nancy Scheller poses for a picture before donating.

Cape Central Blood Drive

Lauren Hamby, Assistant Editor November 5, 2021

Cape Central High School's FBLA worked with the Red Cross on November 2, 2021 to encourage students, teachers, and the community to donate blood during a severe blood shortage.  Cape Central received...

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Cape Girardeau Public Schools Lifts Mask Mandate

Cape Girardeau Public Schools Lifts Mask Mandate

Ella Rose Ferguson, Editor October 15, 2021

On Thursday, October 14, 2021 many Cape Central students were found discussing the possibility of the mask mandate being lifted at the emergency board meeting held that night. After the emergency meeting...

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Rivalry Taken to Devious Levels

Rivalry Taken to Devious Levels

Gage Moore, Photography Editor October 8, 2021

With one of the biggest football games of the year approaching, Cape vs. Jackson, all of CHS was thrilled to go and attend. With spirit week underway, many social media posts about the coming game, and...

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Theres No Place Like Homecoming

There’s No Place Like Homecoming

Libby Ogburn , Public Relations October 7, 2021

Happy homecoming week, Tigers! This week is an exciting one as homecoming festivities are in full swing. There is much excitement and anticipation surrounding homecoming this year because Covid-19 truly...

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Cyber Patriots squeeze together for a group photo.

Cape Central CyberPatriots

March 24, 2021

The JROTC CyberPatriot team has had an unbelievable amount of success this year. The team focuses on cyber-security skills and they look at operating systems, attempting to find anything that could make...

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President Trump Comes Out Strong with Speech at CPAC

President Trump Comes Out Strong with Speech at CPAC

Tad Couch, Editor March 2, 2021

Sunday, February 28 Former President Donald J. Trump gathered in Orlando, Florida to deliver his first address to his supporters since his presidency, at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC)....

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CHS Blood Drive 2020

CHS Blood Drive 2020

Keristane Monahan, Photographer November 19, 2020

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