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Cyber-bulling affects students

Cyber-bulling affects students

About, Community, Features, News, Opinion and Blogs April 9, 2015 at 1:24 pm 0 comments

Teenagers spend and average of 31 hours a week online. Some teens spend there time researching things, playing online games and even chatting with friends and family. Then there are some teens who are putting the internet to a more negative use such as, cyber bullying. Cyber bullying is bullying thatRead More

Spanish students reach out to their community

Spanish students reach out to their community

A & E, About, Community, Features, News March 12, 2015 at 1:50 pm 0 comments

Learning a new language is said to be one of the toughest things a person can do. Advanced Spanish students are taking it one step further. Their teacher, Mrs. Nielsen, for the past ten years has asked her students to teach the language, and it is not to anyone inRead More

Yuda Bands

Yuda Bands

Community, News March 10, 2015 at 1:57 pm 0 comments

FCCLA, Family Career and Community Leaders of America, have been supporting a cause  to help provide teens in Guatemala pursue their dreams in education. Thanks to the generosity of Searcy High students, fifteen year old, Alejandra Estrada now has the opportunity to go to college and become a teacher forRead More

Freshman sees future in art

Freshman sees future in art

A & E, Community, Features February 24, 2015 at 2:30 pm 0 comments

  Hannah Hill, a freshman here at Search High School, has one very interesting hobby.   Hannah, amazed by a photo she had found on Flickr, a popular website photographers use to share their creations with one another, took up the hobby. The topic of the photo was simple: theRead More

Students shoot for success

Students shoot for success

Community, Sports January 28, 2015 at 2:37 pm 0 comments

There are many sports and activities that students in Searcy can participate in, but not everyone may know about one sport, trap shooting. What is trap shooting? In a simple answer it’s shooting with a shotgun at small clay targets that are thrown in the air by a machine. TrapRead More

#Find Malik .

#Find Malik .

Community December 4, 2014 at 2:54 pm 0 comments

Imagine someone you see everyday disappearing out of nowhere and the fear, hurt, and confusion taking over you. These are the feelings parents and family of two-year-old Malik Drummond are experiencing. Officials and family members have been searching for the toddler for two weeks. Malik’s parents say their son, whoRead More

Social Media: #Double-Edged Sword

Social Media: #Double-Edged Sword

Community November 24, 2014 at 2:18 pm 0 comments

To most teens these days, social media is a huge part of their everyday life. Studies show that more than 1,000 kids from the ages 13 to 17 years old use some form of social media. Among these are social networks Twitter and Facebook. 73% of teens around the world dedicate theirRead More

Commentary: Stride to Prevent Suicide spreads awareness

Commentary: Stride to Prevent Suicide spreads awareness

Community April 25, 2014 at 1:28 pm 0 comments

Losing family, friends, and loved ones is a hard to thing to deal with in general. Losing someone to suicide is whole different story. Depression and mental illnesses isn’t an easy topic to bring up, therefore it’s a hard topic to reach out to people about. Dr. Robert E. ElliottRead More

PBS Student Reporters explain the importances of jobs and economy

PBS Student Reporters explain the importances of jobs and economy

Community April 15, 2014 at 1:19 pm 0 comments

The 1960’s were a booming time for Searcy, Arkansas with the opening of Kohler manufacturing and what would become Maytag manufacturing. However, in the middle of this decade, a number of economic factors led to both facilities closing their doors. What was the economic impact? What is being done toRead More

Special Coverage: PBS Student Reporting Labs

Special Coverage: PBS Student Reporting Labs

Community March 13, 2014 at 5:04 pm 0 comments

Lion TV and Jumpstart this year have been part of  PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs, doing interviews and stories for a chance to be shown on PBS NewsHour. The students have interviewed state representatives and even Governor Mike Beebe. Recently, they did a story on the new teaching standards thatRead More