Juniors show Exhaustion, not Enthusiasm, for the SAT

Justin Quirk, Staff Writer

April 28, 2017

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The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) was administered at Century on April 11 to all Junior students. The SAT fulfilled the graduation requirement and admission requirements for many colleges. Confidence was not at a very high level for ...

Student Council hopes to Boost Dback Pride with Snake Tunnel

D'Laynee Staples, Staff Writer

March 16, 2017

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This year, Student Councils goal was to build more school spirit. Their next big idea to get the kids to have some pride in the school is a tunnel for the teams and students to run through. “The new tunnel was designed to...

NHS Holds Students to a High Standard

Paige Morris, Staff Writer

January 19, 2017

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The Diamondback community is well-known for our academic prowess, and Century holds many honors, AP and dual enrollment courses for the student's benefit. This academic advancement means that many students can be a part of the...

Service Clubs had Successful Fall Projects and Prepare for Spring

Ashleigh Koch, Business Manager

January 13, 2017

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Junior Civitan and Interact are Century’s service clubs, helping with different events at Century and around the community in partnership with their larger sponsers. Jr. Civitan is a junior version of the local Bannock Civitan bra...

Choir and Band Host a Holiday on Broadway

Ashleigh Koch, Staff Writer

December 15, 2016

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On Friday, Dec. 9, the band and choir held their huge “Holiday on Broadway” concert in the auditorium. The opening piece was “On with the Snow,” a medley of popular Christmas Tunes Sleigh Ride, Winter Wonderland, and Let it Snow...

Pocatello Flag Finally Under Revision

Max Dale, Assistant Editor

October 27, 2016

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The Pocatello city flag – an eyesore at best -- is recognized by the American vexillological (vexillology - the study of flags) association as the worst city flag in North America. Brought to national attention by a TED Talk conduc...

Pocatellans Eat Up New Fast Food

Bradley Ritterbush, Staff Writer

October 21, 2016

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There have been a series of new restaurants to move in on our doorstep. Red Robin and Panera Bread now reside where Carmike 7 Cinemas used to be. Across the street sits a series of chain restaurants including Noodles & Company,...