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Going Extra Mile

Ashlynn McBrayer, Staff Writer

February 14, 2019

The term “good” can be perceived in many different ways. However, the most popular definition is skilled at doing or dealing with a specific thing. So, many people think, “Oh, then I’m not a good student.” Well, think ...

Teachers Share Most Cringe-Worthy Dating Expriences

Jaden Keith, Staff Writer

February 22, 2017

With Valentine's Day quickly approaching, shops and social media are flooded with flowers, chocolates, and dates. Some dates are better than others, while some transcend the term 'bad date' and become an infamously cringe inducing...

Love is in the Air

March 1, 2016

As the month of love is coming to an end, these teacher couples continue to celebrate their admiration for each other inside and outside of school. Cameron and Trent Fox, high school sweethearts, met in middle school and started dating while playing on the drumline...

10 Things to be Thankful for Over the Holidays

Adele Edwards, Staff Writer

December 18, 2015

There are many things to be thankful for during the holiday season. It's a time of eating good food, spending time with family and friends, and being thankful for the things you have. As everyone knows, the holidays are a time of ...

Owls are excited for Thanksgiving break

Adele Edwards, Staff Writer

November 21, 2015

With Thanksgiving break just around the corner, the halls are buzzing with excitement with talk about everyone's plans for the week-long break. "I'm leaving after school [Friday] to go to Big Bend [National Park] in New Mexico,"...

Donating For Cause

Nicole Garrow, Staff Writer

November 17, 2015

Students give blood for a number of reasons including to get a free T-shirt or to get out of class. Some students donate for the pure thrill of saving lives. One of these generous students is Junior Caitlyn Halcomb.  Halcomb...

Old Owls Fly Their Own Paths

Nicole Wester, Editor-in-Chief

October 25, 2015

Their eyes are mesmerized by the blue caps that fill the sky. Four years worth of memories flash through their minds in what seems like the blink of an eye. They know that in a few hours, the faces they see every day will soon...

Saying Goodbye to American Dreams

Danielle Ybarra, Managing Editor

June 8, 2015

Seniors aren't the only ones who leave at the end of the year; foreign exchange students from all over the world are beginning to count down the days they have left in Texas. Ten months ago, 14 exchange students from all ar...

A Formal Visit

Margarita, Staff Writer

April 17, 2015

Instead of the usual note taking and daily lecture on Thursday, April 9, government/economics teacher Karen Yancy invited U.S. Congressman Roger Williams to teach her 2nd and 3rd period classes. Students were attentive and prepared,...

Art for Thought

Danielle Ybarra, Managing Editor

January 27, 2015

For seven years now, JHS has hosted a “Gallery Night.” Gallery Night allows students and staff to showcase their art for others to see. When Gallery Night first began, it only had a few art pieces causing the event to take...



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