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Vaping Arrest at the Annual Fair

Sally Haley, Hard News Editor

September 16, 2019

A PCS student was recently arrested at the Danville-Pittsylvania County Fair for child endangerment because she was vaping on one of the rides. The unnamed student was riding on the Fireball.. A child from behind claimed to...

Whitmell School Rd. Wreck

Lindsey Stafford and Jennie Furr

September 13, 2019

A 2019 CHS graduate was recently involved in a fatal car wreck on Whitmell School Road. At 12:33 AM, a Ford F150 pickup truck driven by Cody Barbour ran off the road and flipped over. DeAndre Smallwood, a recent graduate of...

Remembering 9/11

Sally Haley, Hard News Editor

September 10, 2019

A tragedy for all of America began on September 11, 2001. Chatham High School honored 9/11 by taking a moment of silence to remember all of the lives taken on that morning. The proclamation from President Donald J. Trump was r...

Local Journalist Visits Class

Sally Haley, Hard News Editor

September 6, 2019

A senior staff writer from the Star-Tribune visited Janet Bishop's journalism class recently. Matt Bell gave the first year journalism students some insight into story ideas, interviewing,  and newspaper writing styles. Bell...

Picture Day Sept. 3

Layla Jones, Survey Editor

August 30, 2019

Picture make-up day is rescheduled for students and staff on Sept. 3 with make-up  pictures on Sept. 27. The original picture day was disrupted by a Code Orange Lock-down which lasted for most of the day. Pictures for students...

Triple Homicide in Area Lead to Lockdown

Sally Haley, Hard News Editor

August 29, 2019

Chatham High School was under Code Orange Lockdown most of Tuesday because an active shooter in the Keeling area was on the loose. The alleged triple homicide killer was captured naked a little ways from the scene of the crime...

Learning French!

Kayla Reamey and Hope Reamey

May 21, 2019

Melissa Motley, English teacher at Chatham High School, is attempting to learn French in her free time these last few weeks. Mrs. Motley visited France in the early 2000s along with her sister, and since then she has been wa...

Hollywood Actress, Doris Day, dies at 97

Maddie Thompson, Review Editor

May 20, 2019

Hollywood actress, Doris Day, has passed away from pneumonia at age 97. Her friends and family says she was in great health for her age until she became ill. Day was known for her films The Man Who Knew Too Much and That...

Mr. Foster’s Retirement

Sade' Morrison, Hard News Editor

May 16, 2019

Chatham High School principal, Randy Foster, is looking forward to his retirement at the end of this school year. Foster has been a CHS administrator for 21 years. He was an assistant principal for 10 years and  the principal...

New North Korea Weapons

Hope Reamey, Feature Editor

May 14, 2019

North Korea recently launched a blast of missile off its east coast. President Trump facing mounting pressure to ease US sanctions against the country, according to analysts. The recent weapons' tests were the most serious by No...

Girls Soccer Against Dan River

Blaine Adkerson and Kayla Reamey

May 2, 2019

The Chatham Lady Cavaliers soccer team traveled to Ringgold to take on the Dan River Lady Wildcats May 1, and tied the Lady Wildcats 2-2. The first half ended with one goal that was scored by Alexis (Lexi) Brown. The second...

Girls Soccer against Altavista

Kayla Reamey and Blaine Adkerson

April 26, 2019

The Chatham Cavalier girls soccer team played at home on Thur., April 25, and defeated the Altavista Lady Colonels 4-2. The first half ended 2-1 with Altavista in the lead; Makenzie Mitchell made the only goal of the half....

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