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Students Staying Home

Hailee Wakefield

August 24, 2020

Millard South students learned today that they would be attending half the time when school starts Aug. 17. The email states, “Due to the high concern of student volume at the high school level, along with the high number o...

City Councilman Chris Jerram proposes $2 million dollar budget cut for Omaha Police

Olivia Palmer

August 24, 2020

City Councilman Chris Jerram said he supports the “defund the police” movement and showed his support by proposing a $2 million cut from the city’s police budget at the Tuesday City Council meeting discussing the city budget....

Choir to Sing for the Trees

Alexander Tippets, Staff Reporter

August 24, 2020

The Millard South Choir Department has decided that it will be having rehearsals outside so that they can help prevent the spread of Covid-19 in our school. When singing inside, they would be taking a 30-minute break between half...

Staying in Step with Marching Cancellations

KJ Ellison, Staff Reporter

August 24, 2020

The Nebraska State Bandmaster Association has cancelled all competitive marching in the state of Nebraska on July 22 2020. The difficult decision was made by the board of NSBA, and their president Michael Schlake wrote a letter ...

Orchestra Streams to the Masses

Carah Jones

August 24, 2020

Due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic, all in-person concerts for the Millard South Orchestra will be streamed online starting with their Rocktober Concert on Oct. 29. According to Dr. Brittany Rom, the director of the orchestras, c...

Proposed bill to help college athletes financially

March 1, 2020

By Joey Kaipust Across the country, many state governments have been debating on whether collegiate athletes should be allowed to get paid for their likeness. California was the first state to allow athletes to profit off ...

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