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Many local businesses and restaurants such as Scooter’s continue to stay open despite the pandemic. “Customers that still come to Scooter’s during this whole situation seem really grateful that we can provide some source of normalcy,” senior Olivia Oeth said. “We get a lot of calls asking if we’re still open, and there’s always a sigh of relief once we tell them they are allowed in for a drink.”

Working during a pandemic

Anna Blumenthal, Staff Reporter
April 16, 2020
Junior Elise Nyffeler works in the Scratching Post as a part of DECA. She is a junior officer and is in there during her lunch period for students to shop.

Taking on the job earlier

Paige Fortney, Staff Reporter
March 6, 2020
When walking into any fast food establishment this is a very common scene to encounter. Most of the faces youll see are the fresh faces of teens, young and new to the workforce. They hope to gain experience and a little extra cash. These jobs however, require a lot of hard work and long hours by these teens. But, their work is essential to make big name businesses a success.

Fiddling with food

Chloe Parker, Staff Reporter
October 3, 2019
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