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  • Mrs. Vance (Left) and Mr. Foster (Right) celebrating their retirement.

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    Hereford bids farewell to parting faculty

  • Literary classics appear in classrooms across the school. Students criticized these books for their dated language and complex themes.

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    ‘I don’t think anyone really reads anymore’: Reading continually decreases for teens

  • Recycling can still be a viable option, but it needs to work alongside reducing and reusing. Waste Management Hierarchy taken from EPA.

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    It’s time to trash recycling

  • Part of Hereford’s agricultural program includes caring for animals, which ensures that future farmers and wildlife caretakers will treat them in a humane and ethical way.

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    Students are the future of wildlife advocacy

  • Along with exterior injuries, instant noodles are a high sodium food. An excess of sodium can lead to an increased risk of heart disease and stroke.

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    Unsupervised children suffer burns from instant noodles

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    Andrew Tate arrested for sexual assault allegations

  • Without women and girls in schools, the Taliban will not be recognized as the formal government of Afghanistan by Western countries.

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    Taliban deny Afghan women right to education

  • Nick Geppi (23), Jake Gillispie (24) and Giselle Barke (24) help fix the new pasture to prevent one of the goats from jumping the fence.

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    New pasture grows Ag department

  • Student council and class officers meet to discuss homecoming and other upcoming school events.

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    New freshmen officer position promises financial success

  • Ella Ellrich (’25) reads Harry Styles feature in Better Homes & Gardens magazine. The magazine came out on April 26th to promote Harry’s House.

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    Shining light on popstar Harry Styles

  • Even though the scouts is a great learning experience for young men, this court case proves that without appropriate screening of leaders boys are at more of a risk to be assaulted.

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    Boy Scouts of America sexual assault cases bring attention to abuse of young men

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    Popular artists set to drop new music

  • Brown Jacksons confirmation represents President Bidens campaign promise to nominate a Black woman to the Supreme Court.

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    Senate confirms Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court

  • Claire White (‘23) pulls “The Catcher in the Rye” by J. D. Salinger from the array of banned books in Mrs. Houseknecht’s room. Salinger’s novel was removed from curriculum in Summerville, SC in 2001 due to parent complaints about the filthy, filthy book.

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    ‘Inappropriate’ books incite arguments over content suited for children

  • Drawing activities done in Coburns class hung up around the hallway. Students solve problems and find the right color or shape to draw inside the grid.

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    Coburn maintains math engagement

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Hereford Harbinger

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Hereford Harbinger

Katie Salko

Katie Salko, Managing Editor

Katie Salko (’20) has been involved in journalism for the past two years, last year holding the role of Features Editor. This year, Salko is a co-managing editor with Lindsay Clarke (’20). Journalism is her favorite class because it is different every day; there is no set plan or curriculum that the teacher has to follow so you never know what to expect. When Salko is not in class, her time is spent on five different honor societies, being the captain of the cross-country team, and different clubs, including Student Council, HOPE club, and Future Physicians. She is a member of Future Physicians because she hopes to go into the medical field after college. Outside of school, Salko loves to go on hikes and walk her dog, Reagan. Her favorite show is “Friends” and her favorite movie is “The Sound of Music.” Salko has followed her passion for traveling to Spain and Italy, and she hopes to one day travel to France.

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