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Getting the chow down on Munch Madness

Liza Lewellen, Staff Writer

March 23, 2012

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Forget the excitement of March Madness, it is time for the community of Jacksonville to feast our appetites on the popular dishes around the area for Munch Madness! Starting March 1, 16 downtown restaurants began serving up...

March commemorates women’s rights

Liza Lewellen, Staff Writer

March 22, 2012

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March is not just for St. Patrick’s Day and March Madness. It also a month dedicated to Women’s History!  From past to present, women have been considered the inferior sex and have had to work from the ground up for equal...

PRESS RELEASE: Fotografia is looking for 2013 senior models

March 20, 2012

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The Fotografia Portrait Studio is now accepting applications for the 2012 Senior Model Program. The photographers that are based in Springfield, Illinois specialize in senior pictures and were voted Springfield Area's #1 High...

National English Honor Society recognizes new inductees

Liza Lewellen, Staff writer

March 15, 2012

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In a ceremony held in the JHS auditorium on Wednesday, February 15, The National English Honor Society’s President, Ashley Pond, vice-president, Andrea Phelps, secretary, Sydne Peck, and treasurer, Holden Jones all gathered...

Spanish, German, and French Honor Societies welcome new inductees

Liza Lewellen, Staff Writer

March 14, 2012

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In a candle-lit ceremony, March 6, the three foreign language departments at JHS---Spanish, German, and French---inducted new recruits to its ever-growing membership in the respective societies. Spanish teacher Mrs. Terhark...

Paperless newspapers: Adjusting to the internet

Jacob Roth, Staff Writer

March 13, 2012

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 The school newspaper formerly known as The Crimson Times and now known as The Crimson J has gone online, as you might have noticed. This change brings the paper into the digital age and allows easy access for everyone. One ...

All-School Writing Contest WINNERS

Courtney Norton, Staff Writer

March 9, 2012

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Congratulations to the winners of the All-School Writing Contest! 9/10 POETRY: 1st- Mary Thorsen 2nd- Meredith Singleton 3rd- Kara Pattie 9/10 PROSE: 1st- Faith Ambrose 2nd- Ben Fox 3rd- David Sibert 1...

Cooking up some news at JHS

Patrick Winters, Staff Writer

March 2, 2012

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It is common knowledge to the students of JHS that the members and staff of our cafeteria make and prepare the food we eat each and every day for breakfast and lunch. Aside from preparing and making food for JHS alone, Food Services...

Jacksonville and Black History Month

Stephanie Law, Staff Writer

March 2, 2012

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Compiled by the Illinois Tourism Bureau The month of February serves as host to Black History Month. Jacksonville, even though small in size, is enriched with African American History. The voices of the past echo through th...

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