Article By Lea Rowe

The last school newspaper Hardin Northern had was in in 2007 and it was named the Paw Print. This year Hardin Northern added a journalism class to their curriculum. We work on the yearbook for the high school and the newspaper. We wanted to keep the same name for tradition, but we’re spicing things up.

Each month we release a paper for all of the students and staff to read. Each one of the staff members submits four articles that include two news stories, a miscellaneous article, and a feature. After reading all of them, Ms. Andrews selects the ones that she thinks would fit well in the paper.

The purpose of the Paw Print is to inform the people of Hardin Northern what is going on in their school and their surroundings. We try to make it as interesting and exciting as possible for all of our readers. We hope you enjoy!

The Paw Print

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