December 1, 2015
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Las Compas Que Baila

Las Compas Que Baila October 22, 2015- ¡Hola! Last week Hartford High School and some surrounding schools and businesses were visited by an exchange group. These visitors were dancers from Nicaragua and came to raise...

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Girls Soccer' Round Up

Girls Soccer' Round Up October 22, 2015-“I think...we have the ability to beat any team in Vermont,” stated a confident Kaylee Williams. WIlliams, a junior left back, speaks highly of her team’s chances in their upc...

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Boys Soccer Kicks Off Another Season

Boys Soccer Kicks Off Another Season October 18, 2015- The team, despite a dramatic 4-0 start, has suffered injuries this year and has dealt with inconsistency in a fight to a 5-9 record, ending the year on a three game losing streak. Senior Captain Mitchell Kelly says, “We’re very close to being able to play to our full potential and start winning a lot of games.” The Divi...

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Field Hockey Makes Playoffs

Field Hockey Makes Playoffs October 17, 2015- The Girls Varsity Field Hockey team is doing well this year with a 6-4-3 record. They’ve made the playoffs and they have the talent to win the championship, especially with leading scorer, Senior, Megan Newton #2. They tied on Saturday against Otter Valley. They are a great team and have really pu...

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Solar-Powered Socializing

Solar-Powered Socializing October 15, 2015- As a teenager, I carry my phone around with me everywhere I go. But like most devices, I have to charge it every few hours or so. By charging your phone, you are using the same amount of electricity it takes to light ten 100-watt lightbulbs for an hour, according to Forbes. The amount of energy for each phone charge costs about 12 cents. Imagine if everyone is charging their phones at school everyday: 500 students at Hartf...

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Cross Country Finds Its Stride

Cross Country Finds Its Stride October 13, 2015- The Hartford High cross country team was once fairly large, boasting two full teams;  however, a sharp decline in members saw them fall to only five members last year. This year, the team is again on the rise and back on the map. With some strong finishes from the boys, and a full squad of girls, the season is off to a solid start. Senior captain, Matthew Phipps, leads the boys with a wi...

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