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A viral sensation
A viral sensation
Story by Gracie Tucker, Staff Writer • November 18, 2021

Today is a bones day. If you are not a TikTok addict you might not know about the pug named Noodle ruling the screen. Take a minute and visualize a 13-year-old pug. Of...

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Local coffee shop Brewsters on the Boulevard sits at 4303 Texas Blvd #12. One of Texarkanas two Starbucks locations is found at 2507 Richmond Rd.
Lattes and locations
Story by Brady Greathouse, Staff Writer • November 17, 2021

Late nights are a common thing for most high school students. As a result, many teens use caffeine as a “cure” to help their tiredness. Studies show that 83.2% of teens...

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Is coffee for aesthetic or necessity
Is coffee for aesthetic or necessity
Story by Melissa Singleton, Staff Writer • November 11, 2021

When you walk down the halls in the morning, you might see half-asleep students dragging their feet or maybe sipping out of a Starbucks cup, ready for the day ahead. However,...

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A resounding impact
Story by Samuel Cody, Staff Writer • November 2, 2021

The music industry is going crazy over new songs and albums dropped by Drake, Kanye, Taylor Swift and other various artists across the board. Everyone is either listening...

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Breaking brews
Breaking brews
Story by Stephanie Jumper, Editor-in-Chief • November 1, 2021

The leaves are changing, the temperature is cooling, and the drinks are receiving their annual pumpkin spicing. Thanks to classic creations like the pumpkin spice latte, Starbucks...

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Halloween presents many unique dress-up opportunities that are not difficult to achieve.
Picking the perfect Halloween costume
Story by Nashita Kalam, Staff Writer • October 27, 2021

It’s that time of year again. That’s right! Spooky season. Time for carving pumpkins, feeling the autumn breeze, eating candy corn and best of all, dressing up and going...

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A twisted Thanksgiving
A twisted Thanksgiving
Story by Macy Maynard, Culture Editor • October 25, 2021

Don't let the same ol' holiday foods get you down this Thanksgiving. Try some of the unusual twists on the holiday favorites. Apple Orange Cranberry Sauce Cranberry...

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Is the 'SOUR' album overhyped?
Story by Melissa Singleton, Staff Writer • October 8, 2021

If you have TikTok, you know that Olivia Rodrigo’s songs were being used all over the social media platform from dances to singing about an old ex-boyfriend or girlfriend....

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Hoping for hobbies
Story by Stephanie Jumper, Editor-in-Chief • October 1, 2021

For a significant portion of my life, I have existed with empty thoughts and too much free time. I do little outside of school except writing for the newspaper and daydreaming....

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Veganism can present many advantages to those who decide to commit to the no animal products diet.
Fulfilling way of life
Story by Gracie Tucker, staff writer • September 21, 2021

“You could never do it!” my mom said when we were talking about being vegan. Immediately something did not sit right with me. I have never really been a competitive...

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Dystopian literature has surged with popularity in recent years with many new books being published in the genre.
The deal with dystopian
Story by Sophie Keller, staff writer • September 3, 2021

Everyone has their own taste in books. With countless literature genres to choose from — mystery to sc-fi, crime to romance and horror to comedy, one genre in particular...

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Outfits of the past
Outfits of the past
Story by Peyton Sims, Editor-in-chief • May 21, 2021

From butterfly clips and tu-tus to overbearing bows, outfits from a little girl’s childhood tend to be quickly outgrown. Despite the standards of fashion, some people take...

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Mental health diaries
Story by Makenzie Hofert, staff writer • May 16, 2021

Many people struggle with different aspects of mental health and everybody deals with it a completely different way. Here are a week’s worth of ways to keep things off your...

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The misunderstood
Story by Zoe Rushing, staff writer • May 12, 2021

Media has a large impact on public opinion and knowledge — especially when it comes to an individual's image. There are countless articles and productions created by studios...

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A dummies guide to changing a tire
Story by Reese Langdon, staff writer • May 4, 2021

Sadly, AAA, Onstar and your parents can’t always be there for you every time you need a tire change. Learning to change a tire is not just a convenient skill to have, but...

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