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Surviving a Tragedy

Surviving a Tragedy

Ava Green, Staff Writer
February 17
Filed under Personalities, Recent Stories

U.S. History teacher Ms. Kenna Cavnar pounds on the front door of her friend Ms. Marcia Lass’s house in a panic. When the door swings open, she greets sophomore Emily Lass with tears streaming down her face. Cavnar witnessed a car accident with Marcia Lass as the victim when a driver drove straight... Read more »

Lookbook: Jacora Johnson

Lookbook: Jacora Johnson

Rebekah Rosenstein, Staff Writer
February 16
Filed under Entertainment, Recent Stories

Junior Jacora Johnson always dresses with an air of confidence. Her style can best be described as spontaneous but with a purpose. She wears bright, vivid colors and isn’t afraid to show her lively personality through her clothing choices. How would you describe your style? “I would kind of describe my... Read more »

A Little Bit of Everything

A Little Bit of Everything

Ben Schnuck, Staff Writer
February 15
Filed under Blogs & Columns, Recent Stories

It’s Friday after school. I’m in the band hall before jazz practice. Even though I resemble the stereotype, I’ve never been an official part of band. This year I’m playing piano for Jazz Band II, and I’m certainly lost in it all. I haven’t played piano since I was younger, and, although it... Read more »

How to Adult: Small Talk About Sports

How to Adult: Small Talk About Sports

Grant Baker, Entertainment Editor
February 15
Filed under How to Adult, Recent Stories

Chances are, if you’re reading this, you don’t care about sports, which is totally okay, but you’re missing out on one of the greatest ways to make small talk in the world. I’m going to break down sport-by-sport on what to say if someone, whether it be a relative, your significant other, your... Read more »

Rose Watch: Week Seven

Rose Watch: Week Seven

Grant Baker and Katherine Powell
February 14
Filed under Entertainment, Recent Stories

[WARNING: SPOILERS FOR LAST MONDAY’S EPISODE OF THE BACHELOR] Here’s the previous weeks of Rose Watch in case you missed it. Welcome again to another exciting week of ABC’s The Bachelor. Due to Valentine’s Day festivities, only Katherine was able to watch The Bachelor this week, so thi... Read more »

5 Fun Dates for Valentine’s Day

5 Fun Dates for Valentine’s Day

Savannah Guerrero, Staff Writer
February 13
Filed under Recent Stories, Weekly List

Each couple has their own way of celebrating Valentine's Day, so check out a few we decided to share. Matty B Raps Valentine’s Day Party You can spend your Valentine’s day jamming out to internet sensation MattyB Raps. MattyB will be performing at the Majestic Theatre on Valentine's Day. ... Read more »

Baseball Drops Aledo In Scrimmage

Baseball Drops Aledo In Scrimmage

Boone Gilbreath, Staff Writer
February 13
Filed under Recent Stories, Sports Stories

After their 6-5 scrimmage win on Feb. 7 against Aledo High School, a top-ranked baseball program in the state, the Broncos baseball team is off to a very positive start to the season. “The win helped the team come together as one, and it helped get us on track to win more,” sophomore Clayton Phil... Read more »

Softball Coming Into Season

Softball Coming Into Season

Jorden Melson, Staff Writer
February 7
Filed under Recent Stories, Sports Stories

You can smell that fresh cut grass. You can hear round, lime-green balls soaring into gloves. You’ll hear the pop of a bat colliding with a fastball. You’ll listen to coaches yell and fans cheer. You’ll see the umpire calling out strikes and balls. You can hear chants from the dugouts. Softball ... Read more »

Rose Watch: Week Six

Rose Watch: Week Six

Grant Baker and Katherine Powell
February 7
Filed under Recent Stories

[WARNING: SPOILERS FOR LAST MONDAY’S EPISODE OF THE BACHELOR] Here’s the previous weeks of Rose Watch in case you missed it. Welcome again to another exciting week of ABC’s The Bachelor. EVERYONE’S GONE. Jaimi, Alexis, Josephine (who?), Whitney (WHO?), Jasmine G.  and Danielle L al... Read more »

The Jaws of Adulthood

The Jaws of Adulthood

Ava Green, Staff Writer
February 6
Filed under Blogs & Columns, Recent Stories

I was in fourth grade the first time I “fell behind.” The first time I was asked by an adult what I wanted to do when I grew up, and I didn’t have an answer. To me, it really didn’t seem to matter — it didn’t at all feel like being behind. I had all the time in the world, and I knew it. ... Read more »