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Weighing In on the New Year

Weighing In on the New Year

Garrett Rodgers, Staff Writer

January 23, 2020

Powerlifting season is underway and once again Coaches Scott Warner and Ty Lang lead the teams through each meet. The Eagles sent three people to state last year, and they hope to repeat the success again this year. “Last year we sent three to state, and we think they can return to that stage agai...

Red-Nosed Trouble

Taryn Holmes, Editor-in-Chief

January 3, 2020

Since the movie appeared on television in 1964, “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” continues to charm audiences with the heartwarming story of a little reindeer learning to appreciate his unique nose, something we all need to learn. Unfortunately, this treasured classic recently received an onslaught ...

Political Unrest Sparks Conspiracy

Nathan Martin, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

November 21, 2019

People took to Twitter last month in order to express their grievances that come along with a growing population of people protesting certain issues. It remains hard to list all the countries that face this political and social discontent, and one map on Twitter exceeded just over 25 countries that held si...

Wise County Boo Bash

Wise County Boo Bash

Eden Jones, Staff Writer

October 31, 2019

The 2019 Boo Bash took place on Sunday, October 27. Many people in the community participated by dressing up and handing out candy. While walking around, photographers took pictures of everyone wearing a costume, including the dogs. Many ‘characters’ attended the boo bash, including Cleopatra,...

Fall Homecoming Festivities

Fall Homecoming Festivities

Garrett Rodgers, Staff Writer

September 23, 2019

It’s that time of year, when the DHS fall sports teams teams take center stage for the 2019 homecoming festivities. Eagle Nation welcomes this year’s events with the football game, the volleyball game and the new bonfire this year to homecoming week. The bonfire and cookout begins on Wednesday at...

New Sports Periods

New Sports Periods

September 13, 2019

Kicking off the new school year, administration added a new spring sports class period during 8th for tennis and soccer.  “This will give the athletes sport specific coaching time and time to improve their strength, skills and abilities,” boys' soccer coach,  Christopher Benjamin, said.&n...

News on the Blue and Gold

News on the Blue and Gold

Taryn Holmes, Editor-in-Chief

September 6, 2019

As most students relaxed over summer, relishing in a break from school, FFA members kept going strong. These FFA students attended leadership camps, planned for the upcoming school year and drove to Fort Worth for the annual FFA State Convention. A select few members even walked on stage to receive the ...

Arising Class Opportunities

Arising Class Opportunities

Lindsay Gogniat, Staff Writer

September 5, 2019

As of 2019, the Career Technical Education department added a new EMT class to the available electives for seniors. Students interested in the class pay $700 at the beginning of the year, $600 goes to tuition and $100 pays for their uniform. The Decatur Fire Department comes in to teach the course, ...

Seniors Rock September

Seniors Rock September

Taryn Holmes, Editor-in-Chief

September 4, 2019

With last year’s seniors gone, only half of the normally large group of NHS members promote their organizational goals, while sponsors and counselors work to compile their list of junior class inductees. This year, the returning members, now seniors, and sponsors start a plan to encourage kindness an...

School Spirit Soars

School Spirit Soars

Eden Jones, Staff Writer

August 29, 2019

Student Council welcomed students to the new school year with an uplifting collage of posters in the hallways. These posters feature the clubs and organizations around the school that anyone participates in, in fact they encourage the students to join the clubs. Melissa McCoy and Raegan...

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