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Preserving the Classroom

August 21, 2019

Outdoor classes at CJ developed in the 1980’s when staff discovered a pond located behind the football field. They saw so much potential and opportunities available for students of all ages and wanted to turn it into an outdoor classroom. In 2003, a tornado hit Carl Junction, Missouri, demolishing sign...

A Pair of New Genes

A Pair of New Genes

Tim Kowis

August 21, 2019

On November 26, a day before the Second International Summit on Human Genome Editing, He Jiankui, a Chinese scientist, announced that he created the world’s first genetically modified babies.  This has left the Summit, China, and scientists internationally stunned that such an announcement with littl...

The Final Frontier

The Final Frontier

Connor Pittman

March 27, 2019

Space is known by many as the final frontier. NASA and their international partners, the Canadian Space Agency (CAS) and the European Space Agency (EAS), have been working together to explore more of the galaxy. NASA, in conjunction with EAS, put the Hubble telescope into orbit on April 24, 1990. Althou...

Bulldog’s Fall Sports Review

Bulldog’s Fall Sports Review

Dylan Higgins, Jeffery Dankelson, and Isaiah Hefner

January 9, 2019

Football                            Football went 5-6 this season, led by senior quarterback Joe Kennedy. “It is a pleasure having the opportunity to coach players in high school and freshman football,” said Coach Buckmaster. Even after the tough loss of star running ba...

On the Edge

On the Edge

Connor Pittman

January 7, 2019

Various species of plants and animals are disappearing all around us without much notice. The Neosho Madtom, the smallest catfish in Missouri, is one of the many species threatened by human development. When dams are built, they can alter how fast or slow the water is flowing, which disrupts the ca...

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