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22 March 2019

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Marissa Barnes

It's an awkward thing writing about yourself. So here's an attempt! I love being a journalist, editor, and web specialist for the Paw Print. There's a sense of accomplishment when you see your name in print after writing an article you spend so long on. And there's a passion that comes with writing about things you love. Not only am I a journalist, but I also blog as well. I love to blog! It can give me a sense of freedom to say what I feel with no boundaries. mostlymarissa.blogspot.com I love laughing. It's hard to explain entirely why, but laughing is the best medicine. One of my favorite quotes is "The only way to get through life is to laugh your way through it. You either have to laugh or cry. I prefer to laugh. Crying gives me a headache." -Marjorie Pay Hinkley Be happy. There are brighter days ahead my friends. :)
Sterling Scholars Class of 2016

Sterling Scholars Class of 2016

Different likes and dislikes, personalities and goals, but they all strive for success as our 2016 Sterling Scholars   Christian Phomsouvanh: Instrumental Music/Music Music is Christian Phomsouvanh’s passion. “Instrumental performance allows me to express my emotions through a different medium.…
Just Serving: Stephanie Simpson

Just Serving: Stephanie Simpson

Stephanie Simpson encourages service around the community Sophomore Stephanie Simpson learned to combine two of her favorite things, acting and making others smile, to help others in need and to spread the word of service. “I love to put a…
Have Mercy: The Tanners are back

Have Mercy: The Tanners are back

Five things to love about Fuller House Netflix members went crazy for the release of Fuller House. I participated in a binge-watching marathon of the return of Full House. (Yes Netflix, I am still watching.) 1. Cut-it-out! How Rude would…
He’s beauty and he’s grace…

He’s beauty and he’s grace…

Meet your 2016 Mr. Fremont Candidates Austin Towns Instagram: @austintowns Twitter: @aytowns Austin Towns isn’t your everyday high school student, Towns received his associate’s degree from Weber State. He is a senior class officer, an avid member of DECA, and…
The struggle: what about the boys?

The struggle: what about the boys?

It’s a given that most girls get ready for formal dances a few hours in advance. Perfectly placed hair, the most dazzling (yet entirely uncomfortable) dress, and even the perfect shoes. Most girls go the whole shebang. But what about…
Running through the Sunshine State

Running through the Sunshine State

Twelve hour bus rides, a trip to the beach, and running up and down the hills of California are just a small part of what members of the cross country team experienced at the three day journey for the Foot…
Rivals unite to honor North Ogden family

Rivals unite to honor North Ogden family

When Weber High’s volleyball coach, Melanie Harris contacted Fremont volleyball team coaches and said that Weber’s team planned on using their fundraiser money to help a local family, it wasn’t an opportunity the team planned on passing up. Rivalries came…