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Our crowning glory

Our crowning glory

Story by Anna Grace Jones, editor in chief

April 9, 2020

Countless hours are spent on planning and production with late work nights and early morning editors meetings. Hundreds of stories are written, edited and edited again. Photos are shot, retaken, scrapped and sent back to the drawing board. Quotes are coordinated, recorded and transcribed. Pages and spre...

Escaping the virus

Escaping the virus

Story by Ruth Heinemann, staff writer

April 7, 2020

Many students from all over the world, dream about going to an American high school for a year. Making new friends, learning a new language, and adjusting to a new culture is the adventure every teenager is looking for. Sadly, not everyone is getting this opportunity; becoming a foreign exchange stu...

Quarantined cash

Quarantined cash

Story by Peyton Sims, culture editor

April 7, 2020

With restaurants closing, businesses shutting down and people’s jobs being thrown out the door, it’s no shock that money is tight. While your wallet may be a bit lighter than it was before the pandemic, there are many different ways to make some extra cash without leaving the safety of your home...

An attempt to bridge the gap

An attempt to bridge the gap

Story by Sydney Rowe, staff writer

April 6, 2020

The majority of kids don’t always see eye to eye with their parents.  Parents can sometimes be judgmental about the things their kids like because they didn’t grow up with it or aren’t completely informed on the subject. Kids often feel as though they aren’t being heard or understood which can l...

Diet full of sunshine

Diet full of sunshine

Story by Mikayla Zverina, staff writer

April 4, 2020

As you drag yourself out of bed, you realize that this is the third day in a row that you have felt down in the dumps. You force your feet to keep moving as you make your way to the kitchen and begin pondering on what to have for breakfast. By adding a few of the following foods to your daily diet, howev...

Taking scripture to our screens

Taking scripture to our screens

Story by Doug Kyles, staff writer

April 4, 2020

For many, church is one of the only consistencies in their life. After one’s hectic, stressful week, the only thing they can be sure of is that familiar faces will greet them every Sunday at their place of comfort, their place of refuge. When ideas as important as eternal salvation are regular discussio...

Senior season swept away

Senior season swept away

Story by TJ Wall and Caden Rainwater

April 3, 2020

Recently, due to the widespreadness of  COVID-19, schools all around the country have been shut down. As a result, all extracurricular activities, including UIL sports, have also been postponed or, in some cases, cancelled. For many seniors this is devastating news.  “It’s a really odd feeling to put it lig...

A tiger king and his fallen tiger kingdom

A tiger king and his fallen tiger kingdom

Story by Phoebe Neff, staff writer

April 3, 2020

Finding a place to begin describing “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness” is difficult. Practically, the only constant in this series is the pure, unadulterated chaos that follows the individuals documented. However, this is by no means a bad thing.  Without a doubt, “Tiger King” is one of ...

Culturally diverse books

Culturally diverse books

Story by Andrea Loredo, staff writer

April 3, 2020

Books can take us to many different places and introduce us to many different cultures. They can give an insight into other people's lives and how differently they live. Authors write about their life experiences. Regardless of the reason, these books were written by Latin American authors to show the...

Facing COVID

Facing COVID

Story by Peyton Sims and Kate Morgan

March 25, 2020

News headlines sweep across the nation. States are on lockdown. Grocery store shelves are vacant. Families continue to fear the unknown. With rising concerns in the community over the COVID-19 pandemic, Bowie County Local Health Authority Matt Young takes his stand on what steps Texarkana should tak...

Curbing the COVID-crazies

Curbing the COVID-crazies

Story by Margaret Debenport, opinion editor

March 21, 2020

Spring break for Texas High School students was officially extended to another week as of March 16, but, under the circumstances, that week doesn’t call for days of roaming around town with friends. Bowie County reported the first known case of coronavirus on March 16. With health officials urging Americans to stay at home and practice social distancing in order to “flatten the curve,” practicing social d...

Message from the mayor 

Message from the mayor 

Story by Kate Morgan and Peyton Sims

March 21, 2020

On March 16, Gov. Greg Abbott announced that schools in the state of Texas are to remain closed until April 3, 2020 in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19. To address the community's concerns, Texarkana, Texas Mayor Bob Bruggeman discussed the changes that will be taking place in the city along ...

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