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Peyton Sims

Peyton Sims, editor in chief

Peyton Sims is spending her third year in publications as an Editor in Chief x2 of newspaper and photography. Pandemic and all, Peyton will lead the newspaper staff alongside one of her best friends, Cate Rounds. While this year has taken an unexpected turn for everyone and consists of more face masks and hand sanitizer than anyone could’ve imagined, nothing will stop her from soaking up each and every second of senior year. The worst part for Peyton is that while living in the most valued moments of her life, she already realizes how much she’s going to miss Publications. To keep from crying herself to sleep every night, she spends her time taking pictures of absolutely everything (usually on the classic disposable camera), working on a new painting, writing away at a new short story, or putting together a new wild outfit combo for the following day. Peyton can’t wait for the memories that are yet to be made and all of the stories that are soon to be written. While she dreads the day that she’ll walk out of room 50A and 50B for the final time, she knows all of the excitement that still lies ahead. It’s time to make this year one to remember–– here’s to many more Tiger Times articles, work nights full of soothing music, laughter shared among the entire staff, and an unforgettable story that’s waiting to unfold.

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Mayowa Onare writes his name on the white board in his classroom. Despite Onares full name, he goes by Abraham.

Say my name

April 8, 2021
Senior Mariza Paez practices in the weight room with the girls powerlifting team prior to her State meet. Paez placed fifth overall at State.

The power of Paez

March 23, 2021
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March 23, 2021
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March 23, 2021
Senior Lia Graham addresses the members of last nights city hall meeting after the  mayor read her proclamation. Graham lobbied for March to be Theatre in our Schools Month in Texarkana, Texas.

Acting on ambitions

March 9, 2021
Making the trade

Making the trade

March 3, 2021
In todays age, young love is shared more behind a phone screen rather than a  dinner table.

Rethinking romance

February 14, 2021
What once was solely a hobby to Donald W. Trumble has since transformed into a business that gives him a purpose behind the start of his day. Arkansas Wildlife Taxidermy is one of the most well known locations for the craft across the city.

Preserving the passion

February 11, 2021
The 2021 graduation is scheduled for May 29 at Tiger Stadium at Grim Park. The ceremony will begin at 10a.m., and each student will receive six guest tickets.

Glad to have grad

February 5, 2021
On Jan. 26, Texas High School students evacuated to the track due to a bomb threat. The Texarkana College Police Department provided extra security as students were escorted back to class.

THS bomb threat

January 26, 2021
TISD Superintendent Doug Brubaker discusses  the future of Texas High with the staff of Tiger Times. Brubakers first day on the job was Jan. 4.

Brubaker’s beginning

January 14, 2021
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