Tracking the Panthers
Norfolk Junior High
By Jake Kuver
Ruddy ducks are a part of the waterfowl family and have thick necks. They have oversize tails that habitually stand upright as well. Breeding males are almost cartoonishly bold, with bright sky blue bills. They also have a half-white half-black head that shines brightly in the daylight. Their bodies are chestnut brown. The ruddy duck is a part of the diving duck family too. Males attract females by beating the bill on their neck, hard enough to the point that bubbles form in the water. The widespread duck, breeds mostly in North America and Mexico. The female ruddy duck lays anywhere from five to 17 eggs and they are about 36 to 41 inches long. Other similar ducks to the ruddy duck are the Bufflehead, Barrow’s Goldeneye, and the Masked Duck.
Snapchat is an all time favorite by many people. Snapchat’s logo is a simple white ghost with a yellow background. You can enjoy fast mobile conversations! Simply just take a picture, choose how long you want the person to see the photo, and pick the person you want to send it to. Snapchat is also a protective app because it let’s you choose who your friends with. People can’t just send you pictures. I personally like snapchat because I like to express my feelings and just texting you can't do that.
Jake Kluver was a great salesman for the past 22 years. He attended Grand Island Senior High and competed in golf, basketball, and football. In high school, Jake worked at Riverside CC for his first job. Once out of high school, Jake attended Oklahoma State with a full-ride scholarship for golf. Jake met the love of his life in college. She attended Oklahoma playing softball. Jake married this girl and became a father to three children, two boys and one girl. Jake lead OSU to a NCAA golf championship. Jake and his wife lived in Louisiana with their kids. His hobbies were golf, and hunting. He took pride in being a father to his three kids as well. Jake and his family went on vacations yearly, and when his children reached the age of 11, Jake became rich and retired.
Once upon a time Humpty traveled to China to see the Great Wall. He talked to the locals and talked badly about all the king’s horses and all the king’s men. Humpty was then walking along The Great Wall and became tired, so he sat on the wall. One of the locals went behind Humpty’s back and told the king what Humpty said. The king then sent the horses to kick Humpty off the wall. Humpty had a great fall down down down and was never seen again after Friday the 13th, 1999.