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Broadcasting class joins PBS news channel

Broadcasting class joins PBS news channel

Community September 27, 2013 at 1:31 PM 0 comments

Lion TV has recently become a part of the Student Reporting Labs, a part of PBS NewsHour this year, and students could not be more thrilled to be a part of it. “From what I know, we are joining with our local PBS news station and we are putting togetherRead More

White County Fair brings fun to community

White County Fair brings fun to community

Community September 23, 2013 at 1:27 PM 0 comments

The chill of the night air cold against skin. The salt from the¬†popcorn still leaving residue in mouths. The rush of the air that sweeps over people as they go so fast they swear they’re flying. Many people have experienced this at the annual fair come round September. “I loveRead More

Band marches toward good season

Band marches toward good season

Community September 19, 2013 at 1:49 PM 0 comments

With a new school year starting, the marching band commences with a bang. “I expect this to be a successful and positive season for all students,” said director Tony Luzzi. The students, like the directors, have high expectations for themselves. The sophomores, second year marchers, know what to expect thisRead More

East program encourages students to help out in the community

East program encourages students to help out in the community

Community, News September 6, 2013 at 1:30 PM 0 comments

The East program is known for its unique approach at learning, community service, and interesting computer programs. The students in the program create their own lesson plans and contribute to the community in many ways. “I learned we have a choice to change the community,” said junior Orlando Gillespie. TheRead More

Manna 5k raises funds for missions in Dominican Republic

Manna 5k raises funds for missions in Dominican Republic

Community May 14, 2013 at 1:30 PM 0 comments

The Manna 5k brought all ages of people from Searcy to raise money for the Manna Christian School in the Dominican Republic. “A lot of the teens just have bad home lives and they need a place where they can learn about God and have a great education and justRead More

Moms share breakfast with elementary students

Moms share breakfast with elementary students

Community May 9, 2013 at 1:39 PM 0 comments

Sidney Deener recently held Muffins for Moms where the students spend quality time with their mothers. “Muffins for Moms is an opportunity for the students and the parents to have breakfast together. It’s an opportunity to get the parents in the school, let them see what the classrooms look like,Read More

Distinguished Young Women contest awards scholarships

Distinguished Young Women contest awards scholarships

Community May 1, 2013 at 1:27 PM 0 comments

Distinguished Young Women of Arkansas is a scholarship pageant that allows girls to compete all over the state. The regional White County competition was held at Searcy High School. According to coordinator Nancy Thompson To be in the Distinguished Young Women scholarship program, contestants need to have good grades andRead More

New fast food place provides residents with healthy food

New fast food place provides residents with healthy food

Community May 1, 2013 at 11:08 AM 0 comments

Bringing in a new style, many customers, and students looking for work, the new Tropical Smoothie restaurant opened up just two weeks ago. It has been a big step for many around town and even here at school. “It’s my first real job, and so far it has been prettyRead More

Harding band provides home for musicians

Harding band provides home for musicians

A & E, Community April 29, 2013 at 7:15 PM 0 comments

Being part of the Harding band plays a significant role in the musical students lives. “Band is where I belong,” Josette Frizwald said. “I had a music theory teacher tell me once ‘For some people, there is a hole in us that nothing else can fill except aspects of relationships,Read More

Children benefit from horse therapy

Children benefit from horse therapy

Community April 26, 2013 at 1:32 PM 0 comments

To some the Stirrups and Smiles barn may look like an ordinary stable, but what happens here changes lives, and Brenda Davis loves how her business helps children. “We have seen tremendous strides, we have had a couple of kids that didn’t walk straight, we even had a little girlRead More