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Maddox Real (12) and Sarah Austin (10) as Jonny and Toffee.
Zombie Prom: Atomic Edition
By Gabriella Champion, Staff Photographer • October 29, 2021

Zombie prom is about a boy, Jonny, who falls in love with Toffee, but she breaks up with him. He gets into a nuclear accident and comes back as a zombie. Great job to the...

The choir members right before their Region Auditions at First Colony Middle School.
Making This Year Count
By Kaelee Hunter, Co Editor In Cheif • October 22, 2021

Months worth of practicing leads up to a two-minute audition that can change your whole music directory. The select choir students are in this exact process, called TMEA...

A season to celebrate for, where teams hit highest highs, and lowest lows.
2021 Bowl Season Recap
By Nathan Plunk, Copy Editor • January 14, 2022

With Monday's Alabama vs. Georgia National Championship Game coming to a close, so does the 2021 college football bowl season. Some of the bowl games we saw were absolute...

A black man and a white man trying to see things eye to eye.
Racism Can’t Go Both Ways
By Camdyen Tate, Staff Photographer • November 1, 2021

Racism against white people, or reverse racism, is a phrase often used when white people feel attacked or discriminated against. Although assumptions and stereotypes affect...

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AMC movie theater Fountains 18.
Sing 2: Show on the Road!
By Camdyen Tate, Staff Photographer • January 14, 2022

The Sing franchise continues with Sing 2, released December 22, and surprisingly some feel that it surpasses the original. Directed by Garth Jennings and produced by Chris...

Lana Del Rey has one of the best voices around the globe, but is her music for everyone?
Is Blue Banisters Good?
By Marek Galinski, Staff Writer • October 28, 2021

Lana Del Rey has never been one of the most popular artists but is still very well known. Her alternative style is not for everyone, but she's still had many smash hits such...

Amid the new surge of positive chases, many students and faculty have opted to continue wearing face coverings to school.
Omicron Variant Forces Schools to Change Protocols
By Brenna Buchanan, Co-Editor in Chief • January 14, 2022

As students return to school for the start of the spring semester, the administration is noticing a large uprise in the amount of positive COVID-19 tests. The nationwide Covid...

Lest we Forget
Lest we Forget
By Timothy Kroeker, Guest contributor • November 11, 2021

This being Veterans’/Remembrance Day, we, who are the beneficiaries of all of those who fought for our freedoms, foreign and domestic, have a responsibility to be mindful...

November Newsletter 11/8/21
November Newsletter 11/8/21
By Kabria Earp, Staff Writer • November 9, 2021

Character Counts: Respect! 10/28/21
Character Counts: Respect! 10/28/21
By Kabria Earp, Staff Writer • October 28, 2021

Mrs. Pattersons Smore 1/9/22
Mrs. Patterson's Smore 1/9/22
By Kabria Earp, Staff Writer • January 10, 2022

Artwork by Emily Moore
Bananas
By Delaney Marrs, Online Editor, Staff Writer • December 10, 2021

The smiling yellow fruit proclaims what many of us often feel: THIS IS BANANAS.  Anyone who’s walked behind Emily Moore in the school hallway...

Photography by Adelynn Prushing
Options
By Delaney Marrs, Online Editor, Staff Writer • December 3, 2021

“Okay I have options,” Adelynn Prushing, a Senior, says.  What do you expect when you ask for artwork?  Detailed drawings? Still...

Howdie Coach Fontenot!

By Kabria Earp, Staff Writer
November 3, 2021

The Wrangler: How have you seen the team grow since you became the head coach? Coach Fontenot: Our growth has been exponential in many different categories that ultimately lead to the success of a team...

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Howdie Mrs. M. Flores!

By Kabria Earp, Staff Writer
November 1, 2021

The Wrangler: When you graduated from high school, what was your original plan for your future? Mrs. Flores: My degree is in Sports Medicine. I originally planned on going to PT School to become a physical...

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Howdie Ms. Cao!

By Kabria Earp, Staff Writer
November 1, 2021

The Wrangler: How and when did you decide that math was your passion? Ms. Cao: When I figured out that I wanted to teach, I was stuck between biology and math. During high school, I had three really great...

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Howdie Laurissa Gillis!

By Kabria Earp, Staff Writer
September 29, 2021

The Wrangler: What inspired you to be a Belle? Gillis: My love for dance and getting involved in school, dressing up, and things like that inspired me to be a Belle. The Wrangler: Has being a Belle...

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Howdie Nafi Ba

By Daryn O'Neal, Staff Writer
September 29, 2021

The Wrangler: What or who inspired you to become a Lariette ? Ba: If we are being honest, I truly just did not want to be in P.E. anymore but once I joined the dance team, I realized that dancing is...

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Howdie Kylie Marteney!

By Sabrina Lara, Staff Photographer
September 29, 2021

The Wrangler: What does it mean to you to be a student as well as someone who is a part of the working class? To me, being a student that is involved in the working class means that I am learning...

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Delaney Marrs
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