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Crisis in Venezuela

Crisis in Venezuela

Charlie Darveau, Reporter

April 22, 2019


Filed under Beyond The Kee, NEWS, Showcase

The situation in Venezuela is chaotic. The Bolívar, the nation’s currency, has been left nearly worthless after hyperinflation of nearly 10 million percent, according to the International Monetary Fund. Venezuelans face severe shortages of food, water, and medical care, and over 3 million people, a te...

Lori Lightfoot, Chicago Mayor

Lori Lightfoot, Chicago Mayor

Amelia Roberts, Reporter

April 8, 2019


Filed under Beyond The Kee, NEWS, Showcase

On Tuesday, April 2nd, Lori Lightfoot won the Chicago runoff election by a landslide with over 70% of the votes, making history as the first openly gay African-American woman to be elected mayor of Chicago. Lightfoot beat her opponent Toni Preckwinkle in every single ward in Chicago, which made for a hi...

Officer Murra

Officer Murra

Keegan Pickering, Reporter

March 12, 2019


Filed under NEWS, Showcase, STUDENT LIFE, Students

    Waukee High School is only able to operate every single day because of the educators, administrators, and the countless people that run things behind-the-scenes. One of these behind-the-scenes people is School Resource Officer Brian Murra. Students may not even notice him standing to the side...

Coming to our Country

Coming to our Country

Rashed Alsharqi, Reporter

March 3, 2019


Filed under NEWS

     Since day one of president Trump’s announcement to run for office, the country has turned their eyes to hyperfocus on the controversial issue of immigration and border control. However, with an increasing quantity of conversation comes an increasing amount of misinformation. The topic of im...

50 year Anniversary of Tinker vs Des Moines

50 year Anniversary of Tinker vs Des Moines

Erin Hollar, Reporter

February 28, 2019


Filed under Beyond The Kee, NEWS, Showcase

     On February 27, 2019 Mary Beth Tinker and John Tinker made their final official stop on their anniversary tour to celebrate their stand for civil rights. A portion of the visitors were required to stand due to a larger turn-out. During the conference, the key speakers along with the audience p...

Climate Change and the Polar Vortex

Climate Change and the Polar Vortex

Amelia Roberts, Reporter

February 15, 2019


Filed under NEWS, Science, Showcase

     Below freezing temperatures have always been something the Midwest has had to deal with. The bite of the wind on our skin eventually becomes a familiar feeling. But when the polar vortex hit, if someone was outside for under 24 hours, they would die. Temperatures in the Midwest got lower than t...

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