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Columns: Wacky Weather – New Records

A. Williams, Managing Editor, Senior Staff Writer

January 7, 2020

Weather is everywhere and always changing in one way or another. It can never be fully understood due to everyday there is something new to discover. Many times people think nothing of a cloud formation or the animals around them. The...

Columns: Wacky Weather – Cloud Formations

A. Williams, Managing Editor, Senior Staff Writer

January 7, 2020

Weather is everywhere and always changing in one way or another. It can never be fully understood because every day there is something new to discover. Many times people think nothing of a cloud formation or the animals around...

Column:Wacky Weather – Megastorms increase

A. Williams, Managing Editor

May 3, 2019

Severe weather is everywhere and always changing in one way or another. It can never be fully understood and everyday there is something new to discover. Have you ever thought that you are safe from a natural disaster, like hurricanes? They for...

Students develop leadership, discipline in Civil Air Patrol

A. Williams, Meteorologist

March 31, 2019

Seeing 12-year-olds walking around in military fatigues may confuse some people. These students are Civil Air Patrol "cadets," and students in grades seven through 12 -- and even college students -- can join. How many people actually know what Ci...

COLUMN: Wacky Weather Worldwide: Tornadoes Everywhere

A. Williams, Managing Editor

February 23, 2019

Weather is  always changing in one way or another. It can never be fully understood due to everyday there is something new to discover. There are some that are dangerous, and some that are helpful to people. They help us wi...

Review: Twisting up a Storm

A. Williams, Student writer

January 3, 2019

I have seen this movie over a hundred times. Twister came out in 1996, and is about university professor, Dr.Jo Harding  (Helen Hunt). Harding and a group of students make a groundbreaking discovery when her husband, Bill (Bill Paxton) creates Dorothy, a t...

Most dangerous weather phenomenon

A. Williams, Staff Writer, Meterologist

May 1, 2018

 Weather is everywhere and always changing in one way or another.It can never be fully understood due to everyday there is something new to discover.This might seem surprising to some,but floods and droughts kill more people ...

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