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Cheeky: An elf fell off the shelf

Disclaimer: Cheeky does not condone violence and is not responsible for destruction of your holiday decorations.

 One cold holiday night there was a cat perching on a shelf. It shared this shelf with an elf. Suddenly a crash was heard throughout the house. Everyone came running to see the cat now sitting alone on their shelf.

 

 

All the elves and all the gingerbread men saw their friend broken to pieces on the ground. Only the cat could have pushed him off. This meant war!

 

 

The gingerbread men and the elves came together united by a common enemy.

 

 

It was a long and hard fought battle. In the end the cat got a tasty treat out of it.

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Cassidy Bixby, Reporter
Junior Cassidy Bixby will be a reporter for Nordic News at IHS for the 2020-2021 school year. During this year she will explore and expand on her existing writing and artistic style. She also aims to bring out unheard voices from the Inglemoor community. In school you can find her wandering the art room, or in the American sign language, or environmental science class. While not at school, she will likely be at home with a good book, roaming around in nature, or working at a local Starbucks.
Carter Ross, Design and Cheeky Editor
Senior Robyn Ross is returning as both the design and Cheeky Editor for Nordic News for the 2021-2022 school year. Her goal is to do as good a job as she can and help propel the newspaper to new heights. Outside of Nordic and school, she can be found participating in art club, spending time with her close friends, drawing and writing, and playing whatever game interests her at the time.

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