Paying homage to suffragettes on Election Day

By: McKenna Palczak On Nov. 8, women took to the streets to thank the suffragettes of the early 1900’s for fighting for their right to vote on Election Day. The year 1920 was an iconic year for women. It was the year women were granted the equal right to vote, all thanks to the many…… Continue reading Paying homage to suffragettes on Election Day

Meet Rylie “The Shooter ” Smith

By Marissa Nellis   Basketball has always been a passion of Rylie Smith’s, but juggling her athletic career, school life, a job, and a young daughter is a lot of hard work. “Basketball was really my first love,” said Smith, FM’s current shooting guard on the girls’ basketball team, “but trying to find that balance…… Continue reading Meet Rylie “The Shooter ” Smith

Movie Review: Hacksaw Ridge

by Scott Robinson   4/5 Stars   Hacksaw Ridge tells the true, inspirational story of World War 2 veteran Desmond Doss, a conscientious objector who saved the lives of 75 men during the battle of Okinawa. Doss, a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, is against killing and refuses to touch a gun, instead he…… Continue reading Movie Review: Hacksaw Ridge