Roundup: Volleyball wins three in Texas

By Amanda Carney Co-Sports Editor On Friday, the Hutchinson Community College volleyball team travelled to Texas, where the Blue Dragons played four matches in two days. The Blue Dragons were smoked by Blinn College 25-21, 25-20, 25-19 in the first match. The Blue Dragons then won match two against Hill College 14-25, 25-19, 25-22, 27-25, […]


Athlete of the week: Lexi Hogan

The week: Hogan had a monster week as the Blue Dragons won four out of five matches. She opened the week with nine kills and a .389 hitting percentage in a sweep at Independence. She added 47 kills in four matches in Texas, including 18 kills and a .429 hitting percentage in a five-set win […]


Students: register to vote

By Kat Collins Staff writer It’s that time of year for the elections, and this year, it’s the midterms. The Kansas governor race is expected to be close between Republican Kris Kobach and Democrat Laura Kelly. Independent Greg Orman is running as a third candidate. In the “KLC Journal” it was said “That the number […]

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HutchCC Theatre ready for debut

By Rachel Lyons Staff Writer Beginning Oct. 18 Hutchinson Community College Theatre will perform Thornton Wilder’s classic play “Our Town”. Twelve actors and one style of performance come together to tell the story of Grover’s Corners, New Hampshire, and two families over a span of 12 years. Each act discusses a different aspect of life, […]

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SkillsUSA helping students for their future

By Tabitha Barr Opinion Page Editor Skills USA is an organization that started in 1965 to help students better prepare them for their future jobs. Hutchinson Community college partners with Business and Industry to further the options students can pick from. Through meetings, meeting new people, and competitions, students can gain knowledge and learn what […]