RHS Echo: Online student news

ECHO Awareness: Bringing light to America’s opiod crisis each issue

Sam Kimball, Staff Writer

October 20, 2017

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Our series continues this month with an interview with a Doctor who discusses the importance of pain medicines for some people Despite the opioid crisis in America, there are many legitimate uses of prescription opioids. They can he...

ECHO Awareness: Bringing light to America’s opiod crisis each issue

Maia Bond, Arts & Entertainment Editor

October 20, 2017

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Local police officer provides insight into opioid abuse 45% of heroin users were at some point addicted to prescription opioids. There is no hiding the worsening epidemic of heroin and opioid addicts in our community....

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Art Club

September 21, 2017

Teachers take note of ‘hidden rules of poverty’ on CSD with presentation by Dr. Ruby Payne

Theresa Lauer, Staff Writer

March 7, 2017

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Ruby K. Payne, Ph.D. is the founder of aha! Process and author of A Framework for Understanding Poverty. The primary goal of her work is to help both students and adults from all classes become successful academically and professionally....

Travel ban affects Rolla family

Maia Bond, Staff Writer

March 7, 2017

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On Jan. 27, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that sent shock waves across the country, stating that people from seven countries including Iran, Iraq, Somalia, Libya, Yemen Syria, and Sudan, were unable to come...

End It Movement aims to stop human trafficing

Sophia Gesualdi, Staff Writer

March 7, 2017

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Slavery is illegal, yet it still exists in our society. Organizations like the End It Movement have been working to make the public aware of this fact. “The End It Movement is basically a movement to spread awareness...

Rolla Mission: A refuge for disadvantage extends hours during winter

Celia Parsons, Editor In Chief

March 7, 2017

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A place for people in need to have access to free laundry, showers, meals, and a safe place just to belong was something the Rolla Community lacked. With the closest homeless shelter 100 miles away, The Vineyard church saw...

Ryder’s Mansion: The legend

Celia Parsons, Editor In Chief

March 7, 2017

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Ryder’s Mansion. A building with a wealth of history shrouded in mystery, with rumors ranging from it being a hideout for mobsters in the 70’s to the mansion being the location of several murders and deaths. These rumors...

Going down in history: A look at RHS past, present, future

Celia Parsons, Editor In Chief

March 7, 2017

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Due to the fact that the 10th street Rolla High School building wasn’t finished until 1953, Darr went to the old High School building on Cedar street. “[It was] just the one, brick two story building. The gym was...

KMNR Rolla sets the tune

Lydia Giesey, Staff Writer

March 7, 2017

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While flipping through the radio stations of your car, you’re faced with some ultimate decisions: Country or Western? Christian or Classical? Top 40s or...more Top 40s? The musical menu here in Rolla isn’t ideal, but...

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