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Tiger Times

The School Newspaper of Texas High School

Tiger Times

Harry Styles Performs On NBCs Today at Rockefeller Plaza on Feb. 26, 2020, in New York. (Arturo Holmes/Getty Images/TNS)

The Harry Hype

Story by Gracie Tucker, Staff Writer April 14, 2022

Harry Styles broke the internet when he released the first single to his new album. The song “As It Was” had 43.8 million streams when the song debuted, becoming the best streaming week for a song...

Sophomore Mally Lumpkin throws to sophomore Caitlin Salisbury in the district against against Hallsville March 22. The Lady Bobcats defeated the  Lady Tigers 8-3.

The Bobcats best the Tigers

Story by Kailyn Williams, Staff writer March 28, 2022

The Lady Tigers fell to the Lady Bobcats of Hallsville 8-3 in their fourth district game March 22. The loss evened their district record to 2-2.  To begin the first inning, sophomore Mollie Fisher...

Winter weather blues

Winter weather blues

Story by Melissa Singleton, Staff writer February 10, 2022

It’s winter time and it’s freezing. You walk into class and see people shaking from the dropping temperature. Texas citizens are affected by the cold months because we are all used to the heat. It’s...

A panhandler sits at an intersection with a sign seeking work.

Part 3: A Panhandler’s Tale

Story by Joseph Haynes-Stewart, News Editor January 27, 2022

Cars and pickups alike fly by the dull Texas street just as easily as the wind blows or sunlight falls down. Life is hard, sure, but the good heart of some people met during the autumn morning allows the...

Mayor Bob Bruggeman encourages those who want to help with the homeless situation in Texarkana donate to organizations that offer assistance to the homeless.

Part 2: Organized Efforts

Story by Joseph Haynes-Stewart, Staff Writer December 10, 2021

The kindness of one individual can be seen as an ever-present spark in the lives of those who have lost their fire. They can be catalysts in recovery as they have the ability to set ablaze the desire for...

Part 1: Michael and Chief

Part 1: Michael and Chief

Story by Joseph Haynes-Stewart, Staff Writer December 1, 2021

The warm autumn sun descends on an abandoned gas station off Seventh Street a little sooner than usual, letting the cool of night take over. On most nights a simple covering would work, but with the changing...

The homeless population in Texarkana seek refuge around an abandoned business in the downtown area.

Displaced and destitute

December 1, 2021

Texarkana has some of the most diverse people and problems in the world. This philosophy applies to the homeless population as well. In this three-part series, we take a look at the people and problems...

Braylon Stewart drags a Houston Fulshear player towards the end zone in the first playoff game of the 2021 football season. Stewart rushed for four touchdowns against the Chargers.

On to the second round

Story by Samuel Cody, Staff Writer November 18, 2021

The Texas High Tigers (11-0) take on the (11-1) Texas City Stingrays in Lufkin at 7:30 p.m. Friday. The last time the Tigers were in Lufkin they upset the No. 5 ranked Lufkin Panthers. The team's focus...

Senior Iya Jackson wears a mask to school to protect others, not to hide insecurities.

Behind the mask

Story by Iya Jackson, Staff Writer November 16, 2021

The CDC recommended the public begin social distancing and wearing masks on April 3, 2020.  We went from being in a close congregation with our family and friends to it being mandatory that we are...

Sophomore Cy Hopkins spikes the ball in the game against the North Forney Falcons. The Lady Tigers ended their season falling 23-25 to the Falcons.

Looking forward

Story by Kailyn Williams, Staff writer November 15, 2021

The Lady Tiger volleyball team’s season came to an end when they fell to the Lady Falcons of North Forney with a score of 3-0  Nov. 5.  The Lady Tigers put up a fight against the Falcons with scores...

Student body officers, senior Will Carter, Ethan Power and Helen Clark Hays, read names of those who battled cancer during the playoff pep rally at Tiger Stadium Nov. 9.

Third time’s a charm

Story by Nashita Kalam, Staff Writer November 10, 2021

The stadium lights shone brightly as students, parents and teachers listened to the student body officers read the names, one by one, of those who battled cancer.  On Nov. 9 during the playoff pep...

Always smiling

Always smiling

Story by Staff October 29, 2021

Senior Ulises Martinez didn’t have to say much to make an impact on others. Instead, his smile did the work for him. Because of his effortless likeability and compassionate heart, he brought positivity...

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