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Skateboarders work hard to pursue dream

Skateboarders work hard to pursue dream

Features August 20, 2013 at 8:47 PM 0 comments

There are many students that have hidden talents. Not only do these students work hard every day, they do everything that they can to get higher up, and promote their talent. Tristan Slack and William Cleveland spend day after day, hour after hour dedicating themselves to what they hope to achieve. TheRead More

Seniors complete memorable high school assignment

Seniors complete memorable high school assignment

News May 15, 2013 at 1:27 PM 0 comments

As the school year is drawing to a close for the seniors, many have been completing a dreaded assignment called memory books. Every year Dr. Miles Watson, the AP English IV teacher, assigns memory books as a project for seniors. “The purpose of the senior memory book project is toRead More

Soccer season closes with senior night

Soccer season closes with senior night

Sports May 14, 2013 at 8:33 PM 0 comments

The Searcy lion soccer teams played their last home games this week. For the seniors, it was a bittersweet night filled with emotion. “Knowing that I won’t ever play at Searcy again, I will play at college, but it’s different because nothing is the same as playing at Searcy, beingRead More

Guitarist plays streets of                 Los Angeles

Guitarist plays streets of Los Angeles

Features May 9, 2013 at 9:17 PM 0 comments

In the streets of LA, you can find different characters, but never a character quite like Red Gatling. Gatling’s passion for music is visible in the way he walks, talks, and of course, the way he plays his guitar. “Music is everything,” he said. “Music is way of releasing tension.Read More

Seniors graduate at 2013 commencement

Seniors graduate at 2013 commencement

News May 9, 2013 at 4:50 PM 0 comments

The 2013 seniors are graduating high school and they are anxious to see what the future holds for them. “At this point, I’m really just ready for it to be over with,” said graduate Emma Howard. “It’s been a lot of stress, a lot of practices and rehearsals, and allRead More

Alice in Wonderland comes to life in play

Alice in Wonderland comes to life in play

A & E May 6, 2013 at 1:38 PM 0 comments

Alice in Wonderland was brought to the stage for the drama’s Spring play and English classes got a sneak peak at how the play was going. “English preview day is a really fun day that we get go miss class and watch the play, which is always really good; its alwaysRead 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

World’s shortest rail line continues long history in Los Angeles

World’s shortest rail line continues long history in Los Angeles

Features April 3, 2013 at 2:01 PM 0 comments

Apart from all the skyscrapers, concrete, and shops is one place that has chosen to keep itself trapped in time. During eighteen hours every day of the week the Angels Flight railway will take 400 trips. “It has been around since 1901, and it has been used to transport millionsRead More

Watch Lion TV on U.S. Education TV!

Watch Lion TV on U.S. Education TV!

News April 17, 2012 at 11:14 AM 0 comments

All of our Jumpstart and Lion TV episodes are hosted by and available for viewing at this link and the links following. Lion TV Episodes Jumpstart Episodes  

Lion TV wins $10,000 at convention

Lion TV wins $10,000 at convention

News March 17, 2012 at 11:55 AM 0 comments

Lion TV took home two $5,000 checks as winners at the STN Convention that wrapped up March 24 in Dallas. The team won the awards in a contest sponsored by U.S. Education TV. “We are elated,” Jacki Romey, Lion TV adviser said. “This will make live production a reality forRead More