The Anchor

Patty Mallette

Sara Pereira Gonzalez

May 17, 2018

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Many people have said that celebrities are very selfish  and don’t know how to get something themselves because of their looks. Here is the story of a strong  woman that went through hell and back but passed those obsta...

Chloe On Ice at Disney on Ice

Veronica Ward

May 14, 2018

Filed under Features, News

Congrats to FHS senior Chloe Wagner for getting accepted into the Disney on Ice program! After three years of live auditions at Pro Skaters and a video audition submission that can be found here, she’s been accepted to the progra...

Critics in Entertainment

Cole Mach

May 2, 2018

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Everyone has opinions, but not everyone gets paid for them. That’s where we have our critics. A critic is defined as “a person who judges the merits of literary, artistic, or musical works, especially one who does so pr...

Rest In Peace Terrio

Abby Severns and Ellie Jones

April 30, 2018

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The beloved class fish, Terrio, died Monday April 8, 2018. Terrio swam into our lives in the fall of 2017 and immediately stole our hearts. He was a wonderful addition to the Farragut High School journalism class. Terrio was a ...

Sinclair Broadcast Group

Josie Brooker and Alyssa Cuevas

April 23, 2018

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Last week, Deadspin posted a video of hundreds of live local TV stations reading a script regarding fake news. The script basically implies that other news stations may not be running real news. The video went viral, raising m...

SOUP-er Ideas to Stay Health-TEA

Samantha Huang

April 12, 2018

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Though the temperature has yet to consistently break 70°F, allergy season is here. Still recovering from the flu and cold viruses, students don’t have the luxury of staying home, and poor teachers can’t get enough tissue b...

Life of Internet User Saved Thanks to Accidental Hero

Cole Mach

April 9, 2018

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There is an enormous amount of Internet users every day, and a lot of them are able to communicate and assist others because of how much mass communication has evolved. There’s always a chance that there will be genuine peop...

Snow in March?

Alyssa Cuevas and Josie Brooker

April 5, 2018

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Last Wednesday marked the first week of spring, but instead a nice sunny day, Knoxville got snow. Snow in March is unusual for Tennessee and many are wondering what makes this year different. The snowy weather here is actually due to a ...

MCDONALD’S DISCREDITS FAKE NEWS BY CONFRONTATION

Sydney Rennich and Eryn Hill

March 19, 2018

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McDonald's has been the punchline of many jokes and the victim of fake news for many years. With people speculating that the food is made from grotesque materials and created in unfathomable manners (fake news), especially over so...

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