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Division over House of Representatives Speaker

Division over House of Representatives Speaker

Story by: Ruby Monteith, Beat Executive and Features Editor January 17, 2023

Members of the House of Representatives were divided on who to elect as House Speaker in the first week of Jan. 2023. Nancy Pelosi, former House speaker, announced her withdrawal from the position on Nov....

Jupiter residents attend annual Tequesta Fest

Jupiter residents attend annual Tequesta Fest

Story by: Elizabeth Dinow, News Editor January 13, 2023

Tequesta held their annual festival, “Tequesta Fest,” on Jan. 7, in Paradise Park. Tequesta residents are welcomed to attend for free, while non-residents pay a $20 fee for the event.  This year...

Student holds up poster in protest of Affirmative Actions possible repeal.

Supreme Court weighs Affirmative Action

Story by: Ruby Monteith, Features Editor December 1, 2022

The Supreme Court was set to hear two cases [Students for Fair Admissions v. President and Fellows of Harvard and Student for Fair Admissions v. University of North Carolina] on affirmative action [race-conscious...

Iran and U.S. World Cup disputes

Iran and U.S. World Cup disputes

Story by: Ruby Monteith, Features Editor December 1, 2022

Iran State Media asked for the United States soccer team to be expelled from the 2022 World Cup on Nov. 25 due to online political disputes. The U.S. Soccer Federation posted on social media an altered...

New law changes requirements for Florida Bright Futures scholarship

New law changes requirements for Florida Bright Futures scholarship

Story by: Addison Gload, Staffer October 27, 2022

Gov. Ron DeSantis signed House Bill 461, which changed the requirements for the Bright Futures Scholarships, on June. 27, 2022. The new bill allows students to use work hours in place of community service...

Myles Handal creates a pot in his ceramics class at Jupiter High

Palm Beach County Midterm Election Referendum

Story by: Elizabeth Dinow, News Editor October 20, 2022

The midterm election, held Nov. 8, includes a referendum for Palm Beach County voters, referring to whether or not the penny sales tax should continue. This tax goes towards schoolwide programs and funding...

Late Queen Elizabeth IIs crown and floral arrangement.

Queen Elizabeth II dies at 96 years old

Story by: Georgia Simon and Samantha Baldanza September 22, 2022

On Sept. 9, 2022, Queen Elizabeth II, the longest reigning Monarch in British history, died peacefully at her Scottish quarters, Balmoral Castle, due to natural causes at age 96.  The Queen was first...

Maxwell Frost is on the verge of becoming the first Gen Z Congressman

Maxwell Frost is on the verge of becoming the first Gen Z Congressman

Story by: Georgia Simon, Op-Ed Editor September 7, 2022

Maxwell Frost, 25, won the Democratic nominee for Fla.’s 10th Congressional District, on Tues. Aug. 23, 2022. Frost has the ability to become the first-ever member of Generation Z, born between the years...

An artist performing at Sunfest in Downtown West Palm Beach

Jupiter High Students experience Sunfest 2022

Story by: Elizabeth Dinow, News Editor May 18, 2022

Sunfest, an annual music festival, was held from April 28 until May 1 in downtown West Palm Beach. Headlining Sam Hunt, Polo G, Lil Wayne and AJR, Sunfest featured 50 artists. In addition to the music,...

Busch Wildlife is moving to a new location in Jupiter Farms.

Busch Wildlife Sanctuary to relocate to Jupiter Farms

Story by: Emily Jacox, Staffer April 1, 2022

On June 3, 2021, Busch Wildlife Sanctuary, located in Palm Beach County, announced that they would be moving locations to Jupiter Farms sometime in 2022. Jupiter Farms is known to have vast amounts...

What Russia invading Ukraine means for U.S.

What Russia invading Ukraine means for U.S.

Story by: Elizabeth Dinow, News Editor March 7, 2022

Russia began firing missiles across Ukraine on Feb. 24. Vladimir Putin, Russian president, announced for a “special military operation” to take place. The invasion followed this announcement.  The...

New coral disease impacts South Florida

New coral disease impacts South Florida

Story by: Ava Goforth, Lifestyle Editor and Photo Manager February 28, 2022

Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease, an epidemic that started in 2014, was discovered off the coast of Miami. Since then, there has been a widespread depletion of coral colonies off the Florida coast and the...

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