By Dymond Mumford, Entertainment Editor
Chewlo Cobain Banks, Staxx and Spazz represent Kinston rappers SLK. Photo by Dymond Mumford.
Still Lovin Kash, a group of young rappers in Kinston, is recognized ...
By Anna Hill
The Candy Crush Saga is a popular game amongst teens. Many KHS students admit to playing in class and even at work.
Addiction ranges from being hooked on ...
By Shaquawn Joyner
The KHS Theater Honors class won the regional North Carolina Theater Competition with their performance of the play “NEET TEEN.”
It is a play based on how ...
By Jerry Taylor
When it’s crunch time and students need information about a certain topic, they go to a library. Students might say, “I’ll look on the internet,” but is ...
By Hannah Vermillion
For the past two years, senior Donathan Bryant has participated in a summer enrichment program at Duke University. This past summer he made memories that will last a ...
By Resita Cox
Kinston may not be known by many people in the United States, yet Ashlee Altise brought the small-town city in Lenoir County plenty of national attention on Jan. ...
Hurricane Irene caught junior Keontae Mewborn off guard.
“I had no idea it’d be that devastating,” he said.
Mewborn wasn’t the only one blind-sided by Irene on Saturday, Aug. 26. When Hurricane Irene hit Kinston, tropical storm-force winds gusted up to 115 miles per hour along the coast and near 80 mph in Lenoir County, and heavy rain came with them.