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Who has it worse?

September 23, 2020

Everyone was so apologetic to the 2020 seniors. Teachers went easy on them because they missed out on so much. Facebook moms posted tributes to their seniors for being so strong through a pandemic. But who really has it worse? The Class of 2020, or the class of 2021? It is no question that the class of 2020 suffered a...

One of the six family members of a graduate snaps a photo while she's on stage. While the situation occurring isn't ideal, families are able to have a more personal experience with one another.

A gradual change

May 15, 2020

  The day they have all been waiting for is finally approaching. They’ve imagined themselves walking the stage, grabbing their diploma, trying to spot their family in the vast crowd, then walking off into a new chapter of their life. Unfortunately, the class of 2020’s dream was soon d...


Reversed senioritis

April 18, 2020

Walking across the stage at graduation. Holding their diploma in their hands. Hugging their friends for the last time before departing for college. The graduating class of 2020 is being heavily impacted by the changes coronavirus is bringing. Due to the pandemic, the date that students will return to th...

One more thing to cross off

One more thing to cross off

April 9, 2018

As the second semester is in full speed and graduation is around the corner, seniors only have a few months left of being high-schoolers. Soon, many will be leaving Texarkana to embark on a brand new journey. The past four years have flown by in the blink of an eye, but there is still time for seniors...

Take the risks and stop worrying

Take the risks and stop worrying

January 19, 2018

In this transitional time of making decisions, it’s easy to fall into a cycle of what’s easiest and most comfortable. Below I have compiled the world’s most cheesiest life advice for a graduating senior, but hang in there because there are important morsels of truth hidden among the stacks. (And t...

Our next steps

Our next steps

January 17, 2018

As we enter the beginning of a new semester, many students have entered their last. You can find seniors scattered around the school, either excited to be coming to the end of their high school careers or dreading showing up every day for the next couple months. Regardless, many of these seniors have plan...

Junior Kaitlyn Cross jumps to make a point during a match between the Lady Tigers and Greenville Lions.

Lady Tigers send seniors off in style

October 27, 2017

The Lady Tigers volleyball team ended their regular season on a high note with a sweep of the Greenville Lions. This win propelled the Lady Tigers (24-9 overall, 12-2 district) into a tie with Sulphur Springs for first place in district 16-5A. Both teams will face off in the district championship...

Sophomore Braley Turner slides into third during the Longview game.

Lady Tigers defeat Lady Lobos in final home game match-up

April 29, 2015

With their last game against this team ending in a seventh inning loss, the Lady Tigers came into their senior night itching for revenge. That's exactly what they got when they sent the Longview Lobos home with their tails between their legs, beating them 8-5. The senior night game began with hugs...

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Seniors urged to build annual bonfire

November 11, 2014

Today at 4 p.m. each senior is welcomed to help build the bonfire for Thursday night's pep rally. Every year the event is held in the field behind the Multipurpose Building. Its intention is to celebrate the opening of the first play off football game. For the seniors staying after school, it is...

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