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Munchy’s Replaced With Bagel Store

Munchy’s Replaced With Bagel Store

Kristin Matits, Staff Reporter

March 26, 2020

Munchy's opened in Kinnelon in 2016 and instantly became a popular grill. They served all different kinds of delicious food from french toast to enchiladas to chocolate chip cookies. There was nothing patrons couldn’t find on the menu. “Their milkshakes were fire!” says freshman Cody Joskowitz o...

As COVID-19 spreads across New Jersey, CDC recommends social distancing

As COVID-19 spreads across New Jersey, CDC recommends social distancing

Ellis Nunez, Staff Reporter

March 22, 2020

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is a respiratory disease that is currently spreading across the globe, and is a part of a larger coronavirus family. It started spreading in late 2019 in Wuhan, China. Since then the Chinese government has reported that cases of the virus have grown to tens of thou...

KHS Mourns the Loss of Kobe Bryant

KHS Mourns the Loss of Kobe Bryant

Heidi Scherer-Blake, Staff Reporter

February 6, 2020

On the morning of Jan. 26, the revered Lakers basketball player Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna were killed in a helicopter crash on their way to Mamba Academy, the basketball training facility started by the late athlete.  The morning was foggy, but the pilot, Ara Zobayan, was given special permi...

KAMELOT

Michael Koutsokoumnis, Staff Reporter

January 31, 2020

According to the boro website, Kamelot is a municipal alliance dedicated to supporting Kinnelon as a safe drug, alcohol, and tobacco free community.  It funds activities and presentations dedicated to encouraging healthy choices. Jon Ferrari, a 2014 Kinnelon High School graduate, is the youngest per...

Mountain Creek’s Two Faces

Mountain Creek’s Two Faces

Ty Lindia, Staff Reporter

January 31, 2020

Mountain Creek Resort in Vernon Township, NJ is where many Kinnelon kids enjoy many winter sports during this time of year. From skiing to snowboarding to snow tubing, Mountain Creek can satisfy even the most fanatical winter sports athletes.    Mountain Creek is a ski resort open to all s...

History of Halloween

History of Halloween

Ethan Burt, Sports Editor

November 1, 2019

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Vaping Hurts 805

Vaping Hurts 805

Eva Breiterman, Staff Reporter

October 21, 2019

Throughout 46 states, 805 people have now been either sickened or killed by what the CDC (Center for Disease Control) have linked to vaping. The number as of the previous week was at 530, and now has risen by 275 in nine days. The illnesses have been reported to be widespread and of a large variety, meaning...

Trump Impending Impeachment Initiated

Trump Impending Impeachment Initiated

Eva Breiterman, Staff Reporter

October 11, 2019

On Oct. 4, the Democratic Party did what they had been rumored to be considering since the 2016 election of Donald Trump; they subpoenaed the White House and a few significant political figures and have implemented an upcoming impeachment trial of the president. House Democrats formally requested al...

K-Fest 2019

K-Fest 2019

Juliana Marston, Editor

October 6, 2019

Kinnelon held its annual Kinnelon Fall Festival, K-Fest, outside Kinnelon High School Saturday, Sept. 28. As always, a variety of booths were set up, ranging from food kiosks to jewelry stands. However, this year, there were many changes made to the festival and what it offered. Though the usual Emp...

Thirty Meters Into the Hawaiian Sky

Thirty Meters Into the Hawaiian Sky

Megan King, Staff Reporter

October 3, 2019

Orange, pink, and purple paint a velvet sky. Orange rays spray across red dirt, reflecting off an endless sea of clouds. They float just beneath the mountain's peak, hiding the glistening blue ocean from its watchful eye. Warm Hawaiian landscapes give way to the harsh cities of man; red dirt that la...

2020 Election: A Sneak Peak

2020 Election: A Sneak Peak

Jacob Prescott, Staff Reporter

April 8, 2019

Even though the next inauguration is in two years, the race for the presidency is on. As of now, 16 candidates are in the running, comprising of 13 Democrats, two Republicans, and one Independent.   Cory Booker (D) Pete Buttigieg (D) Julian Castro (D) John Delaney (D) Tul...

5 Things You Need Know This Week

5 Things You Need Know This Week

Etahn Burt, Staff Reporter

February 13, 2019

World News After years under an oppressive authoritarian regime, citizens of Venezuela have risen up in protest against their president, Nicolás Maduro. In recent years, the nation of 32 million inhabitants has seen three million Venezuelans emigrate, fleeing starvation and government corruption. Public...

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