Nauset Horizons

Spring is Here and the Herring are Running on Cape Cod

John-Paul LaBarge, Resporter

May 18, 2018


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Spring is in the air on Cape Cod and herring are swimming up local rivers to get to their spawning areas in local kettle ponds.  Alewives and Blueback Herring swim in from hundreds of miles away to spawn in the same freshwater ponds where they were born. Herring are a key fish in Cape Cod’s ecosystem...

Ospreys, an Ecological Success Story

Carlisle Nash, Reporter

May 18, 2018


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As the Chatham fog settles and the July dawn breaks through, the world wakes up and the day starts. As Chatham residents head to Ryders Cove to go boating and clamming, they will drive past one of the many Marconi radio towers, and if they look up, they will see a  lone osprey gazing out at the harbor...

Newly Issued Student Lanyards

Emma Lang, Editor/Writer

December 18, 2017


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As students settled into the daily routine of the new school year, it was announced that each student would be issued a Nauset student identification card color coded by grade with a lanyard. Assistant Principal Sean Fleming attests that the identification card will help identify Nauset students and fa...

Will Our Country Take Part in an Imminent World War III?

Will Our Country Take Part in an Imminent World War III?

Kyle Morrison, Author

May 26, 2017


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     As 2,000 troops from U.S. and South Korea engage in a live-fire drill close to the demilitarized zone, the tensions between the communist and the capitalist countries continue to rise which could possibly lead to World War III.     The background of the tensions between the countries start...

Trump fires Comey: F.B.I. investigation at stake

Trump fires Comey: F.B.I. investigation at stake

Nicole Gordon, Author

May 25, 2017


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WASHINGTON — On May 9, President Trump fired F.B.I. Director James Comey, who was leading the criminal investigation into Trump’s advisers’ possible collusion with the Russian government during the 2016 election. President Trump defended his decision to fire Comey by blaming the director’s ...

Cumberland Farms Expansion Halted

Cumberland Farms Expansion Halted

Kathryn Smith, Author

May 25, 2017


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WELLFLEET, Mass. -- In a 3-2 vote, Wellfleet selectmen halted the previously-expected expansion of a new Cumberland Farms by denying the multi-million dollar company permits to install gas tanks. The Cumberland Farms company has hoped for several years to build onto an already existing store locate...

The Future of Wind Power for Communities

The Future of Wind Power for Communities

Matt Theberge, Author

May 25, 2017


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ALASKA- As the world looks toward the future, energy companies are scrambling to produce enough power with limited fossil fuels and increasing pressure to reduce emissions. Because of this, renewable energy sources, specifically wind power, are becoming more popular to residents and commercial busine...

UN votes to leave Haiti amidst allegations of sexual abuse of children

UN votes to leave Haiti amidst allegations of sexual abuse of children

Matt West, Author

May 25, 2017


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PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti--Each year, Nauset Regional High School in North Eastham, Mass., offers an educational cultural immersion trip to Haiti led by cultural diversity teacher Lisa Brown. Brown hopes that students will grow their spectrum of understanding, through embracing a culture that has become the p...

Where Your $1 Donation to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Really Goes

Peyton Wheeler, Author

May 24, 2017


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St. Jude’s fundraising donations can be found at Panera, grocery stores and fast food places. You may have been told that 100% of the donation goes to the St. Jude Children's Hospital, but that is not entirely correct. When you go to you to the supermarket or the store and you donate money to St. Jude...

Overfishing and Poaching Will Be the Death of Us

Overfishing and Poaching Will Be the Death of Us

Sawyer Bengston, Author

May 23, 2017


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CAPE COD, Mass. --Among local fishermen across Cape Cod, a slew of poaching and overfishing occurrences have caused uproar among the fishermen, as more legislation is passed restricting catch limits of the fish. Overfishing consists of catching too many fish for the system to support which then leads t...

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