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One Acts: Its A Full House
One Acts: It's A Full House
Cassie Ford

Five Theater IV students directed individual plays that they chose or wrote themselves, and they cast and directed their entire plays, known as One Acts. Unlike the fall or...

Journalists Earn Best Of Show At Nationals
Journalists Earn Best Of Show At Nationals
 In Los Angeles, Calif., at the JEA/NSPA National High School Journalism Convention, March 6-10, journalism students earned several awards. 
Driving in the paint, junior Kayden Fish maneuvers around the defender in the courtwarming game Feb. 4 against Lee’s Summit High School. The courtwarming game drew large crowds, nearly doubling the size of the student section. “It was easily the biggest crowd I’ve seen in my three years here, Fish said. It just felt good people wanted to come watch the game.
Title In Sight: The Hunt For State Part 2

The second part of “The Hunt for State” series covers the Staley Falcons in the divisional round of Missouri Class 6 State playoffs. Staley faces adversity in finding...

March Mammal Madness Begins
March Mammal Madness Begins

March Mammal Madness has begun. Have you filled out your bracket yet? STTV's Kameryn and Sophia have more.

Sophomore Katy Taylor claps as her dad, coach Shane Taylor addresses his athletes at the Track and Field banquet May 10.
Taylor Makes It To State With Dad As Coach
Elyse Bredfeldt, Editor-In-Chief

     The Taylor daughters not only share a dad but a coach as well. Track and Field coach Shane Taylor has coached all three of his daughters throughout...

Coach Neff Appreciates 'Sixth Man'
Elyse Bredfeldt, Copy Editor, Reporter • April 18, 2022
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Inked For A Reason
Inked For A Reason
Alexis Carroll

Elijah Baston, 12      Life events and family inspired senior Elijah Baston’s tattoos. He had several tattoos on his shoulder, forearm and chest. His shoulder...

Midtown Strip Holds Entertaining Attractions
Charlie Warner, Editor-In-Chief, Columnist • May 1, 2022
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 “For The Love of Kansas City,” created by artist Mollie Hanselman, was inspired by the Kansas City skyline. Her design used simple primary colors and shapes. “I hope that because of how simple the shapes are and elementary the color scheme is that they become in tune with their inner child and are able to see the world through them,” Hanselman said.
Hearts Around KC
Fallyn Kowalski, Reporter, Columnist • May 20, 2022

   In a city-wide art display, 154 five-foot hearts were placed all around the Kansas City metro for the Parade of Hearts, featuring local artists.       Artists...

Hand-Me-Down Advice
May 20, 2022
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Candlelight Orchestra Comes To K.C.
Candlelight Orchestra Comes To K.C.
Brianne Tremper, Editor-In-Chief

   I have been a fan of Taylor Swift for as long as I can remember. When my brother sent me a link to a ‘Taylor Swift Tribute’,...

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