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Elkhorn South Storm Alert

The collaborative multimedia convergence project between the journalism classes at Elkhorn South High School. 

Causin’ a Racket

Boys Tennis State Championship 2017. Mason Meyer looks into a sea of not only parents and teammates, but Division One tennis coaches. He secures his third state champion title in four years and the team brings home the gold. This time, however, the title is gained...
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Going for three

Lauren Dietrich, Editor-in-chief   It’s October 21st, a Thursday night, an away game for the Elkhorn South football team, but tonight is different. They are facing the biggest competitors they’ve had all season.   Loud senior boys, chests painted with...
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Wolf of Bluesage Parkway

Ethan Tylski, reporter   Some call him a king; others call him a scammer. Senior Camden Roncka just calls himself an entrepreneur.   Camden has never had the experience of working a traditional high school job. He loathes the idea of taking orders at fast...
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From Island to Omaha: Senior Camila Morell reflects on what it’s like to leave her home and move to a whole new world

Kate Aksyonov, reporter/section editor   For the first time in her life, a 15 year old girl will buy a winter jacket. Up until that year, salty air, warm sunshine, and the steady rhythm of the tide was a constant aspect of life for Senior Camila Morell, who had...
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More than a kill

  Junior Devon Lloyd poses with a buck at his cabin in Morse Bluffs, Neb.   By Seth Fink, reporter   It’s 5 A.M. and a hunter rolls out of bed. He throws frigid water with hot coco powder in the microwave to warm up for the morning. He fills his...
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The boys of fall

By Ben Fink, Reporter October is king in the world of Major League Baseball, but high schoolers don’t have the luxury to spend the season in the stands either. They also have to be out on the baseball field. Autumn can be the most influential time in the life of high...
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Where in the world: Spain

By Olivia Bertino, Web Editor   Catalonia streets overflow with protesters and police. Pro-independence groups march through the town, candles lighting their way. Spanish government continues to incarcerate leaders of the independence revolution. Civilians wait...
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Bigger, Better, Stranger

  Whether you saw the twitter hashtags, read an article, or heard Becky in 3rd period raving, it’s been hard not to hear about the release of the popular show Stranger Things’s second season. For those who have never seen the show, the hype surrounding its...
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Greenlight for Greenbelly

By Paige Girardot, reporter   Eating healthy is a daunting task, especially being a teenager when eating at home is a rare occurrence. Yet, with the opening of the local café Greenbelly, there is hope that eating healthy can occur outside of mom’s homemade...
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Dreaming without limits

Daniela Asplin, reporter   Dreams are a regular vacation away from the reality of daily life. As the brain enters the Rapid Eye Movement (REM) cycle, it plunges into a universe all of its own. Fantasy and reality combine to fit to the subconscious mind. While...
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Storm Alert Staff Members

Cassie Moore

Co-Editor-in-Chief

Lauren Dietrich

Co-Editor-in-Chief

Ellie Pittman

Managing Editor

Ethan Tylski

Executive Marketing Director

Lincoln Parks

Page Editor/Reporter

Olivia Bertino

Page Editor/Reporter

Kate Aksyionov

Page Editor/Reporter

Daniela Asplin

Reporter

Rob Dehner

Reporter

Paige Girardot

Reporter

Seth Fink

Reporter

Ben Fink

Reporter

Ally Schilmoeller

Reporter

Jude Barley

Reporter

The Elkhorn Public School’s website policy states: “All material placed on web sites shall be reviewed by district technology coordinators and/or building principals periodically to assure the material is accurate, appropriate for the intended audience, and that the material contained on web sites is appropriately attributed. All web sites shall not have outside links unless those links have given prior approval that is in writing and on file in the district technology coordinator’s office. No links under any circumstances will be allowed to business-commercial sites or to sites that provide the creation, display, access, transmission, reception, exchange or distribution of any text, image or sound that is indecent, obscene, racist, sexist, threatening, pervasively vulgar, defamatory, illegal, fradulent or that promotes harm to self or others. No individual student names or pictures are to be published on the web site.” In accordance with the Elkhorn Public School’s website policy, the Storm Alert student website will follow these guidelines: 1. All content is written and created by the students. 2. Content is reviewed by adviser and adminstrator prior to publishing. 3. All journalistic rules and guidelines apply to the website. Students will post stories that are newsworthy, fair and objective, responsible and ethical. 4. No story (print, photo or video) will feature a single, individual student. 5. All videos and photos will show at least two students at all times. 6. Only first names will be used to identify students in stories, videos and bylines.