A new partnership between the Topeka Capital-Journal and the school newspaper is putting student stories and issues in the hands of readers across the county. The Topeka Capital-Journal will be publishing student newspaper, The Clipper, in three of its own issues during the first semester and will add dates for the second semester.
“It’s really cool how a lot more people will read the Clipper and we’ll get a lot more publicity,” said student writer Ronald Westling.
“It’s a great way for staff writers to get more exposure and to get more attention to our district and district news,” said editor Shyanne Osterhaus.
So if you want to catch up on high school news, grab a Topeka Capital-Journal on the dates listed here or visit www.seamannews.com