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Searcy cross-country team runs hard at meets

Searcy cross-country team runs hard at meets

Sports October 6, 2011 at 7:42 PM 0 comments

The Searcy cross- country group has been working extremely hard this season in order to prepare themselves for the arduous physical requirements of the sport. The Searcy Jr. High and Sr. High Cross Country teams competed at Guy-Perkins this past week. Senior boys took the runner-up trophy.Senior boys’ top runners were 2nd Place RhettRead More

Searcy firemen respond to cafeteria fire

Searcy firemen respond to cafeteria fire

News October 4, 2011 at 9:28 AM 0 comments

This past Monday the lunch ladies were doing their normal duties of preparing lunch for all of the students, when all of the sudden they began to smell smoke coming from the back of the cafeteria. They all split up and tried to find the source of the smoke.  OneRead More

Flagline adds color, excitement to band

Flagline adds color, excitement to band

News September 27, 2011 at 1:33 PM 0 comments

Searcy High School’s band features the flagline in the its marching show every year.  Even though some people may think that flag line is an easy job, it’s actually quite difficult.  Many factors go into making a flag routine and making that routine work with the band’s marching. The flagRead More

Super fans cheer on teams–even in rain

Super fans cheer on teams–even in rain

Opinion and Blogs, Sports September 26, 2011 at 10:04 AM 0 comments

Last friday night, you wouldn’t have found Lion Stadium packed as it usually is–It was raining.  The Lions played on, and the fair-weather fans left; but that was not the case for the superfans. It was a white-out night in the student section, and the Jungle Crew came ready, dressedRead More

Class provides outlet for writers

Class provides outlet for writers

A & E, News September 23, 2011 at 1:55 PM 0 comments

When Miles Watson came to Searcy to teach, creative writing was not offered as a course. “I’ve always had a passion for writing and reading,” Watson said.  “I had great teachers in high school and college and they really encouraged me to write so I’ve just stuck with it allRead More

Flagline adds another dimension to band

News September 20, 2011 at 8:34 PM 0 comments

Searcy High School’s marching band features the flag line in the band’s marching show every year.  Even though some people may think that flag line is an easy job, it’s actually quite difficult.  Many factors go into making a flag routine and making that routine work with the band’s marching.Read More

Teachers remember trauma of 10 years ago

News, Video September 19, 2011 at 7:42 PM 0 comments

As the tenth anniversary of 9/11 approached, teachers were asked to reflect upon their personal experience the day tragedy struck NYC. For most, teachers were having class like any other day, when the unimaginable occurred. “There wasn’t much teaching going on that day,” Robert Mayes, math teacher, said. A matterRead More

Volleyball team opens season against Batesville

Sports, Video September 4, 2011 at 6:37 PM 0 comments

The Searcy Lady Lions volleyball team faced the Batesville Pioneers on Tuesday, Aug. 23 for the first match of the 2011-12 season.  The Pioneers’ experience advantage was evident, as they took every match.  Despite the defeat, however, the Lady Lions remain confident that this season will turn out different than theRead More

Dress code changes because of new law

Dress code changes because of new law

News August 24, 2011 at 2:10 PM 0 comments

The dress code has been an issue for many schools in the state. Holes in jeans, showing cleavage, and sagging pants are just a few of the basic rules enabled by an act from Arkansas legislature. Most recently, the change was made to disallow students from wearing sleeveless tops andRead More

Searcy High welcomes class of 2015

Searcy High welcomes class of 2015

News August 23, 2011 at 9:34 AM 0 comments

The Class of 2015 freshman arrived on campus with mixed emotions of excitement, boredom, and pure nervousness as new students at the high school. Bree Foster and Ashley Pigg both agree that the school is big and they wish all the subjects had their own hallways like at the juniorRead More