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Brandon Ellingson: Incomplete Trip

Analese Hauber

September 2, 2014


Filed under Beyond The Kee, NEWS

Tragedy struck the family of Brandon Ellingson May 31st when their son drowned in Lake of the Ozarks while in police custody. A successful, talented young man, Brandon Ellingson of Clive, Iowa was a champion athlete in hockey and football. With a large friend group and supporters, he had nothi...

Iowa Legislature Legalizes Medical Marijuana Oil

Iowa Legislature Legalizes Medical Marijuana Oil

Bella von Harz, Reporter

May 1, 2014


Filed under NEWS

Breaking news erupted for Iowans early Thursday morning. The Iowa House finally passed the bill legalizing the use of cannabis around 3:30 am. This new addition to Iowa life may create relief and joy for many families. The bill allows for the use of oil derived from the cannabis plant. This oil...

IT Olympic Victories

IT Olympic Victories

Mariah Prendergast, Reporter

April 29, 2014


Filed under NEWS

When it comes to computer skills and other forms of technological prowess, the members of Hyperstream deserve a lot of credit. From the general meetings in which they experiment with and practice developing their skills to the competition the club looks forward to the entire year, the members of Hyperstream...

Must Be the Money

Must Be the Money

Ellie Drees, Reporter

April 21, 2014


Filed under NEWS

  The world revolves around money- this is the undeniable truth. You need cash to feed you family, provide shelter, and make a place for yourself in society. Wealth allows people to go to college to achieve the careers wanted. People wouldn’t be able to afford transportation to get to work...

The Boston Marathon

The Boston Marathon

Zaq Smithson, Web Master

April 21, 2014


Filed under Beyond The Kee, NEWS

After the Boston Marathon was bombed last year there was much speculation over whether or not there would be another.  However, with no official threats, Boston promoted this year’s marathon in honor of those who were affected by the bombing last year.  Red Sox public announcer Henry Mahegan stated,...

The Search For Prestige

Mariah Prendergast, Reporter

March 10, 2014


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Reverence, prestige, recognition and an upgraded college application – these are all obtainable through acceptance into the National Honor Society. Waukee has its own branch of this renowned organization, and it has recently begun its selection process for 2014. “National Honor Society is a merit...

Hacktivsm

Hacktivsm

Zaq Smithson, Web Master

March 4, 2014


Filed under NEWS

A new breed of soldiers have grown into the world. Using information as their weapon and the internet as their battleground, they take on countless opponents in their crusade for human rights. These soldiers, better known as hacktivists, have made it their personal goal to launch attacks on...

The Annihilation of American Soil

Zaq Smithson, Web Master

February 20, 2014


Filed under NEWS

      The future, an unknown dimension, has been speculated in millions of different ways. Whether in movies, television, or just a stray thought.  For example, in Suzanne Collins The Hunger Games, district twelve is a poor and starving community owned by an elite upper class.  A fictional story...

Russian Olympics Encounter Terrorist Threats.

Ellie Drees, Reporter

February 7, 2014


Filed under Beyond The Kee, NEWS

The winter Olympics thrive as one of the most widely watched winter events. Though not as popular as the summer Olympics, it is still an event to be admired.  The Olympics starts February 7th and goes till the 23rd.  Sochi, Russia hosts athletes from all over competing for the gold. The U.S. team i...

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