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The best in the Midwest: Whitey’s 85th anniversary
A scholar among us: Xiao named national Presidential Scholar
Senior prank leads to prison time
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MSI’s insanely competitive group stage
Ellie Spelhaug: QC-Times athlete of the year

Ellie Spelhaug: QC-Times athlete of the year

May 16, 2018

NBA playoffs: The greatness of Lebron James

NBA playoffs: The greatness of Lebron James

May 14, 2018

Justify wins 144th Kentucky Derby

Justify wins 144th Kentucky Derby

May 14, 2018

Surfer Rides a Record-Breaking 80-Foot Wave

Surfer Rides a Record-Breaking 80-Foot Wave

May 10, 2018

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Recent outbreak of ocular melanoma
Wal-Mart is cracking down on opiate abuse

Wal-Mart is cracking down on opiate abuse

May 14, 2018

AP Testing this week

AP Testing this week

May 14, 2018

Top things to experience in the Quad Cities this summer

Top things to experience in the Quad Cities this summer

May 1, 2018

New strategy for stress relief

New strategy for stress relief

May 1, 2018

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Pleasant Valley senior athletic awards

Rebecca Abdullah, Photo Manager
May 15, 2018

The Pleasant Valley Community School District emphasizes that students be well rounded. Not only do they encourage students to participate in multiple activities, but they hope that students are committed to nothing less than excellence, in not some things, but in all things they participate in. This school motto was reiterated by many seniors on Wednesday, May 2 at the Senior Athletic Awards. ...

Myth: Does PV recycle?

Rebecca Abdullah, Photo Manager
May 15, 2018

PV students may be questioning the headline above, thinking “Of course PV recycles, that’s what the recycling bins are for.” However, the recycling bins do not cover the extent of the recycling procedure for a building as large as the high school; they are just the first step of the process. Students are told to separate recyclable products when disposing of them in their designated bins: p...

Graduation parties become more expensive by the year

Ellie Spelhaug, Sports Editor
May 14, 2018

In a nationwide survey, it was found that the average cost of throwing a graduation party is around $1000. Parents start working on their child’s grad parties months in advance and still are in a scramble days before the event. “I am not having a graduation party because it is a lot of planning and it costs a lot of money which I could spend on other things,” senior Isabella Holland commen...

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