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Grace Snyder, a CHS '20 grad and local EMT, rushed into action to save a Carlisle resident from a vehicle fire
Colton Gillingham February 11, 2021

Grace Snyder is an EMT with Cumberland Goodwill and belongs to multiple fire companies within Carlisle and the surrounding area. In the early morning of January 7, a car fire on Willow Street was dispatched...

CREATIVE ADVENTURES: CHS art teacher Amie Bantz has opened a studio at Millworks in Harrisburg. Here you can see a sample of her artwork.

Creating new joy: Bantz opens studio at Millworks

Renae Greak December 23, 2020

Her goal is rather simple: create joy through art. In addition to teaching art at CHS and running her own graphic design business, Amie Bantz recently opened a studio at Millworks, restaurant/gallery...

HOMETOWN HEROES: First responders within Carlisle, such as firefighters at Carlisle Fire and Rescue Services, are devoted to making a difference within the Carlisle community and the surrounding area. These hometown heroes sacrifice a lot, including their mental health, and should be recognized for that.

Health of our heroes: the mental toll on first responders (Editorial)

Colton Gillingham December 18, 2020

Within every community lies a special group of people devoting their lives to helping others. These first responders are recognized as community heroes due to their selfless actions. However, first responders...

WORKING TOGETHER: Volunteers at the Project SHARE's warehouse package fruits and vegetables for the families they serve. Since the pandemic started, the food bank has seen an 18% increase in households served.

Nourishing the community: The role of the local food bank during the pandemic

Jillian Grimes December 1, 2020

With a pandemic comes privation, an unfortunate state of lacking essentials like food and utilities. Where do people turn when they don’t have the financials to fully support their family after getting...

Woodshed Guitar Works, located at 147 N. Hanover St, is known for their community-minded approach to music.  This is just one of the many local businesses that make Carlisle unique.

Comforts of Carlisle: What makes it home (Editorial)

Ayb Graham, Staff writer April 4, 2019

Carlisle is a small town that is built on community. It's a place where everyone knows everyone, and it's pretty easy to understand why. At the heart of everything, it's a family-friendly town that promotes...

Snow barrels down on Carlisle residents as they try to shovel out their sidewalks. There have been 4 snowstorms this winter season for Carlisle.

Winter wonderland: Inside snow day decision making (Editorial)

Carter Smith, Staff Writer February 19, 2019

With winter in full swing, delays and cancellations are occurring often. While we students anxiously wait to hear about the fate of our day, we may not realize how difficult of a task it can be for administrators...

Volunteer opportunities for the holidays

Volunteer opportunities for the holidays

Autiana Easley, Student Life writer December 6, 2017

Get involved this year with the Carlisle Community charities. Some people are not as fortunate as others, and there is always room for Carlisle students to help families have a fantastic Christmas. Donate...

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January student of the month: Katherine Stockton-Juarez

Brooklyn Norrell, Student Life Editor January 9, 2017

Katherine Stockton-Juarez, SJ for short, is a senior at Carlisle High School but while being a full-time student she participates in committees within the community including the Cumberland County...

Pictured above are (left to right) Samantha Martin, Ashlyn Davis, Jessalyn Morrow, Arianna Line, and Rita Veneziale sitting below their budding project.

Smiling from sticky note to students: new campaign encourages CHS students

Brooklyn Norrell, Student Life Editor December 7, 2016

Carlisle High School is always full of new, engaging activities and campaigns including the new Stick on a Smile campaign. Stick on a Smile was created to spread some kindness among the student body...

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