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Joseph Rodgers

Joseph Rodgers, editor in chief

Joseph Rodgers is a senior at Texas High School who, for some reason, enjoys not having any free time and basically lives at the school. As the other online editor in chief in the “Dream Team” with Victoria Van, he checks Google Analytics every five minutes, comments on every Trello card on the board, and adds smiley faces to the end of every sentence to ensure he maintains his position of being the “good cop” of newspaper. He looks forward to the prospects of newspaper this year, but admits that there will be major challenges to face as well. Outside of Newspaper, you will find him giving a lecture on Russia’s stance on nuclear proliferation in his Model United Nations club, studying for one of his six AP classes, or completing a portion of the plethora of I-have-to-do-this college applications and scholarships. Currently, he is interested in studying engineering or business in college and then going into the aerospace, medical, business or technology industries. When you see him, give him an encouraging phrase, and that may just be what gets him through the day — or the long night.

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A major question

February 20, 2019
Downtown Texarkana is currently undergoing revitalization. One of those projects is the Grimm Hotel which will be converted into apartment units.

Talk of the town

January 30, 2019
Texarkana College employees celebrate the opening of the Betty & Buddy Ledwell Workforce Training Center. The building opened on the TC campus on Nov. 27, 2018.

Trailing behind

January 14, 2019
Lost its flavor

Lost its flavor

December 24, 2018
Sophomore forward Clayton Smith looks to dribble past his defender. The Tigers beat the Hallsville Bobcats at home 69-49.

Cat got their tongue

November 27, 2018
Junior wide receiver Rian Cellers attempts to escape a Wrangler defender and catch the ball for a Tiger first down. The Tigers lost to the West Mesquite Wranglers 49-21 on Nov. 9 in their last game of the season.

Bittersweet symphony

November 10, 2018
The Lady Tigers wish the Wakeland Wolverines good luck as they begin their first set. Texas High lost the regional semifinals in three sets after advancing in a historic season.

The end of the road

November 9, 2018
Preliminary predicament

Preliminary predicament

November 9, 2018
Junior Kobe Webster fights for extra yardage as he runs the ball down the sideline. The Tigers won against the Wylie East Raiders on Nov. 2 with a final score of 35-19.

Coming back home

November 5, 2018
One state in a debate

One state in a debate

November 5, 2018
Mesquite Poteet Pirates celebrate after taking down a Texas High Tiger. Poteet beat Texas High with a score of 46 to 28.

Pirates sink Tigers

October 13, 2018
K’Lon Warren scores a touchdown for John Tyler in the second quarter of the first district game of the 2018 football season. The Lions beat the Tigers 51-13 on September 28, 2018 at Tiger Stadium.

Lions maul Tigers

September 28, 2018
Running back Chris Sutton extends the ball as he crosses the goal line in the Texas High Tigers win against the Liberty Eylau Leopards September 14, 2018. The Tigers improved their record to 2-1 with the win against their cross--town rival.

Superior Cats

September 15, 2018
Quarterback Colton Clack high steps into the end zone with Razorbacks trailing behind him. Clack lead the Tigers in a come from behind victory against the Razorbacks.

Frying the bacon

September 8, 2018
Governor Greg Abbott of Texas waves at the crowd in front of the courthouse at the announcement of REDI, or the Regional;l Economic Development Initiative. Abbott joined the Governor of Arkansas Asa Hutchinson and several representatives and senators from both states including Texarkana Mayors Bob Bruggeman and Ruth Penney Bell to make the historic announcement.

REDI for a new era

September 6, 2018
Digging for gold

Digging for gold

August 21, 2018
Students are no longer allowed access to the internet through the STUDENT-NET WiFI. This decision materialized after discussion about the amount of bandwidth being used for non-instructional purposes.

A lost connection

August 12, 2018
Seniors Briley Court, Colton Capps, Abbott Lawrence, Kaden Lloyd and chaperone Victoria Pearcy pose in front of their hotel in Moscow, Russia. The group has been filming various stories during the World Cup.

Russian to Moscow

June 15, 2018
A rendering from Bartlett Architecture of the renovated construction technology building shows the concept of the building when completed. Renovation construction will begin this summer. Submitted photo

Renovated pride

April 12, 2018
The students enrolled in the Holocaust and Human Rights class traveled in spring 2017 to the Little Rock Nine Monument to relive the infamous day when 1,200 members of the U.S. Army's 101st Airborne Division from Fort Campbell, Kentucky,escorted nine African-American students into Central High School in Little Rock, AR, on Sept. 24, 1957. Submitted photo

Knowledge is power

March 12, 2018

[Video] Six Leg Fun Run

February 2, 2018
U.S. President Donald Trump addresses March for Life Participants and Pro-Life Leaders in the Rose Garden of the White House Jan. 19, 2018 in Washington, D.C. (Olivier Douliery/Abaca Press/TNS)

All trumped up

January 20, 2018
Over a hundred people were involved in the production of

‘Oklahoma!’ Review

January 19, 2018
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