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Junior Ashley Chapman conducts a group of volunteer band students. Chapman conducted the school fight song as part of her drum major audition.
Band holding drum major auditions throughout April
Mie Bakuya, Reporter • April 4, 2024

Band will hold auditions to fulfill next school year’s drum major positions, which started on April 2. Auditioning students went through the process of conducting music in front of an audience, showing their marching technique,...

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Several donated shoes lay across the floor, ready to be bundled and shipped out to developing countries. The Desperados started a shoe drive to collect money for its upcoming baseball tournament in South Carolina June 21-27.
Community baseball team conducts shoe drive
Olivia Evans, Web Editor • March 30, 2024

The Desperados, a community baseball team, is conducting a shoe drive for developing countries, to help raise funds for an upcoming tournament in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, on June 21-27.  “I didn’t think of all this...

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Junior Ethan Hunt prays over his team before a game. Hunt said he has been blessed by God to have the people he has in his life and commit as a junior. (Photo provided by Ethan Hunt.)
Pitch perfect
Krista Fleming, Managing Editor • April 4, 2024

It started with T-ball games.  His parents had always loved sports, so at 5 years old, Ethan Hunt learned to bat, pitch and run. T-ball turned to baseball and football, and even though he was constantly limping after particularly...

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Junior Greta Knight made All-State two times in a row and was invited to the most recent Southwestern American Choral Directors Association (SWACDA) convention. She is continuing her choir journey into her senior year, hoping to make All-State for a third time.
The melody of a miracle
Peyton Kuschmeider, Multimedia Editor • April 1, 2024

It all started by accident. As an eighth grader, Greta Knight wanted to play basketball and perform in theater; however, she would go into her freshman year placed in concert choir, barely knowing how to read music. Now a junior,...

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With the 2023-2024 Formula 1 season fully underway, the teams set off to Japan for the always-intriguing Japanese Grand Prix. As the cherry blossoms were in full bloom, it was certainly a Japanese Grand Prix to remember.
Formula 1 on the apex: A blossoming weekend at Suzuka
Gavin Lambert, Reporter • April 10, 2024

With the 2023-2024 Formula 1 season fully underway, the teams set off to Japan for the always-intriguing Japanese Grand Prix.  The Japanese...

Infographic: What to do during the Solar Eclipse
Infographic: What to do during the Solar Eclipse
Andrew John, Reporter • April 8, 2024

What to do during a Solar Eclipse by Andrew John

I used to feel shameful playing sports as a little girl, but now, at 17 years old, that feeling has changed — and I have Caitlin Clark to thank. With record-breaking scores, she’s changing the history of women’s athletics and inspiring a new generation.
Opinion: Throwing like a girl
Olivia Evans, Web Editor • April 10, 2024

Six years.  I played softball for six years before quitting.  I was a catcher on the Pink Panthers softball team. Our cotton shirts were...

My sister and I sit on the couch and eat our favorite cookies. We are dressed in traditional clothing to celebrate the day of Eid.
Opinion: My love for Eid
Eyesha Sadiq, Entertainment Editor • April 9, 2024

Growing up in Arkansas, people always questioned how it felt to not celebrate Christmas. I always told them that I had my own type of Christmas:...

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