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Reese Langdon

Reese Langdon, Feature Editor

s the feature editor on the newspaper staff. She is looking forward to being able to find stories from people who would not normally get their voice heard. She understands that everyone has a story and cannot wait to hear it. Outside of newspaper, Reese has dedicated her life to dance since the age of 3 at Judith McCarty School of Dance and now also through the HighSteppers. Surprisingly, Reese finds time for activities other than just school and dance. She also enjoys playing guitar, being a small group leader at Williams United Methodist Church and hanging out with friends, specifically at the lake. Reese is known as an outgoing person and is excited to be able to use her extroverted personality in newspaper to find amazing stories perfect for the student body.

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Parents wait outside the doors to the attendance office of Texas High School because of fears of retaliation after the death of a THS student yesterday. Administrators and staff ensured students left with only their parents or guardians while police provided security around campus.

Social media frenzy

October 26, 2021
One nation under flames

One nation under flames

September 17, 2021
With parents checking on  their teens whereabouts, this can cause stress for their child.

Tracking the trust

January 29, 2021
There are so many different theories about the development and spread of COVID-19. A few of the common ideas include: China made it on purpose, it was created to sabotage the 2020 election and the virus developed from bats.

Conspiring the corona

December 11, 2020
Substitute David Persons patrols his temporary class of students at the desk. Subs are being hired by the dozen due to the increase of teachers being out due to COVID-19.

Subbing through COVID-19

November 17, 2020
photo illustration.

From gown to grown

November 9, 2020
photo illustration.

Facts over feelings

November 3, 2020
The Texarkana Community Ballet announced that they will not be holding the 13th annual performance of the Nutcracker this year due to COVID-19. 

The show must not go on

October 27, 2020
Senior Tatum Haugh poses in her leopard Halloween costume. Having to wear face masks hasnt stopped people from creativity dressing up.

The monster mask

October 17, 2020
Mary Claire Wright stands outside of the Highsteppers dance studio. Wright was selected to lead as the teams 2020-2021 Captain.

Dancing queen, only 17

October 6, 2020
Texas High run through

Face masks for all

September 18, 2020
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