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FEELING BLUE? If youre looking for a distraction this Valentines Day, here are a few books to take away the blues.

Four Books for the Valentine’s Day Blues

Kaylea Martin, Staff Writer February 14, 2022

Not feeling all the hearts and flowers this year? Check out writer Kaylea Martin's suggestions for books to help you beat the Valentine's Day blues!

BISON BOOKS: As the National English Honor Societys book drive winds down, donations continue to trickle in. CHS students had the opportunity to show their holiday spirit by donating to one of the many drives happening around the school.

The Gift of Giving: CHS students help the community one donation at a time

Camera Bailey, Student Life Editor December 17, 2021

The holiday season is a time for giving and Carlisle High School is no stranger to it. While some may provide gifts to those closest to them, like friends and family, many use this time to contribute to...

BRIGHT FUTURE: While 2020 had its challenges, were looking ahead to some exciting things to come this year.

Rise of 2021: What is there to look forward to in the New Year?

Natalie Davis January 22, 2021

  2021 is the year that everyone has been wishing for and now that it is finally here, it is needless to say that there is an immense relief to finally proclaim “Death to 2020”. So much has...

SAFE GATHERINGS: With the pandemic still raging and the holidays right around the corner, many families are concerned about celebrating the holidays. During this time, it is important to hold gatherings with limited people and keep safety precautions in-mind.

Have a healthy holiday (Editorial)

Colton Gillingham November 25, 2020

As the holidays quickly approach and we begin to gather with family, it is important to recognize that things will not be the same this year as they have been in the past. In previous years, one could...

Hanover resident Dawn Wonder shows off her best Rosie the Riveter.  This costume is one of several that can easily be put together in an inexpensive manner.

Planning for next year: 10 Halloween costumes sure to give a fright

Taylor Hurt, Staff writer November 5, 2019

With October over, many of us have forgotten about the mad rush for costumes in the weeks prior to the holiday.  Here are some helpful ideas for next year’s Halloween costumes, so you don’t have too...

CHS students take on different topics affecting the school.

Herd in the Halls: Holidays Breaks

Heidi Heinlein, Perspectives Editor December 14, 2018

"How do you feel about the length of holiday breaks?" Heidi Heinlein "I think the length of breaks is good but a little longer would be nice because some people do a little bit more over these breaks...

The ingredients for festive holiday jars are cheap and easy to pick up at the local grocery store. Favorite chocolates and candies can be added easily.

Jars of Joy: DIY festive holiday treats

Verity Stine, Student Life Editor December 15, 2017

The holidays can be a busy time, not giving people a lot of opportunities to bake.  These holiday jars are easy to make and are good ideas for gifts. Hot cocoa Jar (Yields about 6 servings) Difficulty:...

Dont go breaking her heart: Valentines Day tips for guys

Don’t go breaking her heart: Valentine’s Day tips for guys

Griffin O'Hagan, A&E Writer January 9, 2017

There are many different struggles that come with being in a relationship, especially in the confusing time of a teenagers life that is high school. Then comes along a holiday, a holiday that thousands...

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