By: Caroline Larson
Around this time of year, Mrs. Larson, the fourth-grade teacher at Eisenhower Elementary School, would be getting ready to leave for Quebec City, Canada for Christmas. “I would be planning and making lists, checking the weather, packing up clothes, and making sure the car is in the perfect condition for travelling,” she shared with The Squire. However, because of the pandemic, she has had to change her Christmas plans. For many families, they are going through the same thing and have no choice but to stay home for the holidays. It is now important to discover new spins on old traditions for friends and family to stay connected safely this holiday.
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By: Owen Trumbull
When the second week of deer camp is over and all the hunters head home, it becomes time to reflect on the 2020 rifle season. This year was very successful for many student hunters here at Eisenhower Middle High School. Several students bagged trophy bucks within the first week of the season. Among students that harvested a buck are Tucker Lindell, Keegan Eckstrom, Zane Alexander, and Colby Hagg. The Squire has gathered information about the hunt of one of these students, Colby Hagg.
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By: Kiley Youngberg
As the holiday season approaches, some people might have trouble figuring out what to buy their boyfriend or girlfriend for Christmas. From a homemade gift from the heart to a special delivery from Amazon, the options are endless. The Squire decided to interview senior, Tyson Morrison, to see what suggestions he had.
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