Talisman Student Newspaper

Talisman Student Newspaper Appleton West High Student Newspaper The student run high school newspaper for Appleton West High School. We aim to publish school, local, and world news, as well as an interesting array of entertainment and pop culture articles.

The Talisman comes out monthly.


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6th issue has been layed out and should be sent to the publisher soon. It should be out by the second week of february :)


The newspaper should be here early next week!


Publishing has been delayed due to a paperwork problem, but the paper has been shipped and should be out Monday at the latest.


Look for the Talisman in homerooms early this week :) Issue four is coming out! We have articles on a variety of topics, including the economics of Christmas trees. The new Junior editors also have their debut columns!


Three issues out before December!


The Talisman's third issue has been layed out. We will be sending it to the printer soon and hopefully we will get the paper out be the end of the week! :)


Talisman's second issue comes out tomorrow!!!!!


Soo, Talisman has been out for a few weeks, what can we do to improve?


Yahoo! Talisman comes out during homeroom tomorrow!


The layout for the first issue is almost done! The first issue is set to some out the first week of school!


The Talisman is going online!


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Appleton, WI


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Comments We need some people to help us raise some awareness to fight childhood cancer!!!! Could you Pay It Forward by sharing this amazing walking, running, biking event???? We are a fun bunch, and we love company!!! We are raising money for research to help the GO BO Foundation & Children's Hospital Of WI sign up.....or please help us get the word out!!!! YOLO!!! let's do it for the kids!!!!!! Treatment Trail June 12 – 20 Milwaukee to Sister Bay The Final Countdown! We are less than 3 weeks from Treatment Trail 2.0 and almost everything is in place for another fantastic event as we make our way from Milwaukee to Sister Bay, June 12-20. About the only major aspect missing are the participants. We need more of them. Now! For those who have registered for one (or more) of our eight 5k events, thank you. We appreciate you wanting us to help the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin and the Go Bo! Foundation. The only way this works is because people like you decide they want to help make a difference. For those waiting to register, the wait is over. Go ahead, sign up. Then come back to this message. It will still be there. The event T-shirts are on their way and the drawstring bags are in hand. We have some fantastic raffle prizes and will have plenty of snacks and refreshments at each event as well. Perhaps most importantly is we will have the energy and enthusiasm to make each event as happy, positive and successful as we can. Join us. Then convince your family and friends to join as well. But the T-shirts and bags are guaranteed only for those who pre-register. We ordered plenty of those items, but to make sure you get your size, pre-registration is the only guarantee. Did you sign up yet? Participants will get at least one more email prior to their event(s), but just to give you a heads-up on planning here is how the schedule sets up for each 5k. The events in Port Washington, Sheboygan and Sister Bay begin at noon. The events in Wauwatosa, Manitowoc, Appleton, De Pere and Sturgeon Bay begin at 6 p.m. We will be setting up at least 90 minutes prior to each event, so feel free to show up within that time frame. We have race bibs, but will not have any timing equipment. So if you want to know your time, please bring a watch. Or use the sun. If you have registered for one event already, and want to join us at another city, just let us know through email. One registration = as many events as you want. And if you want to join our group running city-to-city, let us know. We have a support vehicle for the longer distances and would welcome more company. Each event (except Sister Bay) will be an out-and-back course with a water station at the turn-around. The start/finish lines will have fruit and other snacks as well as water. We also hope to schedule a post-event hydrating session at a local establishment. We will have more information on the location at each event. Every participant will also get a free entry into our big finish line celebration in Sister Bay on June 20. The 5k event in Sister Bay begins at the sports complex and finishes at the park, where we will celebrate the completion of that event as well as welcome the runners who will be completing their week-long, 200-plus-mile journey from Milwaukee. The finish line celebration includes plenty of food (pig roast and all the fixings) and plenty of drinks (water, soda, beer). We have also scheduled “Modern Day Drifters” to perform once again and we will have our raffle prize drawing as well. So make plans to spend some time at Sister Bay Park that afternoon, evening and maybe into Sunday morning. The finish line celebration is also open to the public, so if you know of a few people who are maybe not as motivated to finish a 5k, tell them to meet us at the park. We won’t make too much fun of them. Last year we donated almost $17,000 to the hospital and Go Bo! Help us beat that mark this year. The only way to insure a Treatment Trail 3.0 is to make Treatment Trail 2.0 worthwhile. Visit our website at for registration link, access to our page and video/pictures from last year. Thanks for time and consideration and hope to see you on the Trail!!! "Ask yourself: 'Can I give more?'. The answer is usually: 'Yes'." -Paul Tergat, Kenyan professional marathoner “The difference between a jogger and a runner is an entry blank." - George Sheehan, running writer “Mahnke, did you just tell people about Treatment Trail 3.0?” – Amy Lorona, co-founder of Treatment Trail “Uuuuuuum, I think so. That a problem?” – John Mahnke, co-founder of Treatment Trail, who comes up with ideas and then let’s Lorona do all the work while he gets the glory “No more emails from you. I will handle that too.” – Lorona Treatment Trail's photo.
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