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Freshman creates cash with color

Courtnie Auxier, reporter

November 9, 2016

Filed under Feature, People

  “Tie dyes get your tie dyes here!” Three years ago these words were being screamed down the streets of Chicago when freshman Scout Wampler kicked off his tie dye business. “I didn’t imagine it would be anything...

Martinez wins bumper sticker design contest

Veatriz Vargas, Copy Editor

October 3, 2016

Filed under News, People

It all started with a little design. Angie Witham, a business teacher and someone who loves to help her community, has been also working with PJ's Cosmetology for about 30 years now and knew they needed help 'getting out there'....

14 new teachers at RHS

RHS Register Staff

September 20, 2016

Filed under News, People, Uncategorized

Name: Katie Winters Subject: English College: Earlham, University of Leeds Family: I am originally from Delaware, so most of my family is located on the east coast. Why RHS? I student taught at RHS last year with Ms....

Speak out and win

Becca Pheanis, Online Editor

March 9, 2016

Filed under News, People

Richmond High School Speech Team competed this past weekend and several students advanced. Senior Kayla Owens,  juniors Chithra Vedantam, Emma Williams, Samuel Croucher, sophomore Christian Sharits and freshman Aidan Morris....

Diving for a win

Becca Pheanis, Managing editor/ Online editor

February 29, 2016

Filed under People, Sports

Sophomore Ike Khamis competed this past weekend at IHSAA State Finals and walked away with a second place ranking. Khamis' final score was 512.65 points. As a freshman, Khamis received 3rd place at State with the help of ...

Writing doesn’t end after hours

Angel Larsh, reporter

February 24, 2016

Filed under Feature, People

Writing, something most teenagers might hate to do especially if it is for a class. However, there are people who love to write and do it just because it can give them a sense of relief or freedom. It might give them a way to...

Vegetarians prove you don’t need meat in your diet

Amaryse Martinez, reporter

February 24, 2016

Filed under News, People

Many people think that not eating meat can be bad for your health. For the 7.3 million people in the U.S. who follow a vegetarian-based diet, that’s not the case. There are many health benefits that come with being a vegetarian....

Education takes different forms in other countries

Erika Julian, reporter

February 24, 2016

Filed under Feature, People

The bell rings and students get up to move to their next class. For every school day the process repeats itself. But for three exchange students, the schedule and classes are much different than in their home countries. After...

Red Devil Talent

Becca Pheanis, managing editor

February 12, 2016

Filed under News, People

On Thursday, Richmond Junior Class Council hosted the Richmond High School Student Showcase. Sophomore Logan Miller received runner up for the night, and freshman Dawn Rydberg placed first. "Thank you to all who attended,"...

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