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Student Spotlight: Katy Webb

May 5, 2018 9:31am | Carina Sanchez

Light glaring into her eyes off the court and the timer on the scoreboard going as fast as her heart beats, freshman Katy Webb spikes the ball. ¨Nice serve!¨ her teammates yell and crowd goes wild. This is how Webb spent her first year at […]

Life Skills tackles blanket making

May 4, 2018 1:01pm | Lilah Adams

The life skills class has taken on a new activity with the kids: knitting. Teacher Katie Villarreal had the idea after seeing several creative knitting creations on Pinterest. “I had seen these really cool, chunky, knit blankets in several stores and realized there were tutorials […]

Prom offers bevy of awards

May 1, 2018 12:10pm | Josalyn Taylor

Prom: the night so many little girls look forward to, and so many little boys dread. Girls spend hours (even days) getting ready; boys jump in the shower ten minutes before it time to leave.This year’s prom was no different, except for one thing: life […]

Bison Belles hold tryouts for 2018 line

May 1, 2018 9:53am | Josalyn Taylor

The Bison Belle drill team is all about following the traditions that has existed for the past 60 years, but for the 61st line the team may create a new tradition. For the first time, the Belles will have co-captains to lead the team – […]

Daniel Rodriguez: The King of Fortnite

April 29, 2018 3:20pm | Andrea Garcia

Winning football games is not his only forte. Daniel Rodriguez dominates on the football field, but off the field as well, especially on the front line of his favorite video game, Fortnite. “There is something about the challenge of video games that makes me so […]

Gilliam competes at regional golf

April 27, 2018 6:15pm | Andrea Garcia

She takes a deep breath and closes her eyes to clear her mind. She opens them back up and swings; the ball flies into the air and lands near her target. “Golf is definitely a mind game,” junior Makayla Gilliam said. “I have to mentally […]

GEMS head to Galveston

April 27, 2018 6:11pm | Sheri Donaldson

“Are we there yet?” The young girls asked every few miles for the entire trip. They stayed in their seats but looked out the windows impatiently. Finally, water came into view. The girls cheered and chattered excitedly, glad to be at their destination. On Wednesday, […]

Seniors interview for scholarships

April 27, 2018 5:12pm | Nadia Garcia

Senior prom, graduation, and college are several things that many seniors think about this time of year. One thing that is constantly running through the back of their minds, though, is how they are going to afford to pay for tuition, books, and dorm rooms […]

Journalism staff celebrates Lifetouch win

April 27, 2018 10:38am | Kaiden Loep

The journalism staff enjoyed a cookie cake to celebrate winning third place in Lifetouch’s National Best of the Best competition, competing against all the yearbooks produced by Lifetouch nationwide in the small schools division. “I am so proud to be a part of journalism because […]

Student Spotlight: Bradley Kelly

April 26, 2018 2:54pm | Ashley Thunderhawk

He has the responsibility of getting his team from Point A to Point B. Pressure is on his back and shots being fired. People are caught in the crossfire. He is leading his game character through the game. Junior Bradley Kelly has always had a […]