• School House Rock Takes the Stage
  • Cross Country ends Season
  • Texarkana Voters Approve Alcohol Sales
  • Cross Country Headed to State Meet
  • Cross Country Teams Move On To Regionals
School House Rock Takes the Stage

School House Rock Takes the Stage

Cheyenne Gurule slips into her tutu for “Interplanet Janet” and rushes out onto stage. Just as she gets into place Mrs. Sutton’s voice echoes through the PAC with, “Do it again!” After “doing it again” for months, Curtain Call Productions will take their first show to the stage for this […]

Cross Country ends Season

Cross Country ends Season

After competeing in the state cross country meet, the boys team finished up their best season in eight years. With the boys’ team coming in 13th place, the teams’ hard work and dedication has payed off. “I was very proud of the teams’ performance in this meet,” said senior Sostenes Sanchez. […]

Texarkana Voters Approve Alcohol Sales

Texarkana Voters Approve Alcohol Sales

Residents of Texarkana Texas will no longer have to drive across the state line to purchase beer and wine. “I think it will be great because it adds money into our economy because of the taxes we will pay on it.”teacher Jo Dee Lott said. On tuesday 7,478 people entered […]

Cross Country Headed to State Meet

Cross Country Headed to State Meet

The boys’ varsity cross country team will advance to the State Meet this Saturday, Nov. 8 at Round Rock, after they came in third place at the regional meet last Saturday. Only the top four teams advance to state from each region. The top three finishers on the boys team were […]

Cross Country Teams Move On To Regionals

Cross Country Teams Move On To Regionals

Another victory for the cross country team means another trip to the regional meet. This Saturday the cross country team took on district at North Lamar. Both JV and varsity boys took first place, and both the girls’ and boys’ varsity teams are advancing to regionals. The varsity boys took […]

 

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Fall Musical is Anything But Elementary

Fall Musical is Anything But Elementary

For those who remember “Conjunction Junction” and “Lolly, Lolly, Lolly” are in luck because the theater department will be singing those songs from your Saturday morning cartoon memories this November. The annual musical is “School...

 

For One Night Only

For One Night Only

Nicole Brisco and Nina Cork’s students will display their wide range of talents and skills they have developed and mastered over the course of this school, tonight, at the 16th Annual Pleasant Grove High School Art Exhibition. The exhibition...

 

Bringing Home the Gold

Bringing Home the Gold

In the official CSPA convention program,The Edge and The Hawk are at the end of the list of award finalists since the list isalphabetized. So as 14 seniors and journalism teacher Charla Harris waited patiently at the awards convocation at Columbia...

 

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A Series of Unfortunate Events

A Series of Unfortunate Events

  It all started last year before the annual contest at Grim Stadium when I had the misfortune of spraining my ankle the morning of the competition. Sure, it didn’t stop me from marching; however, it did make every step I took in the...

 

An Encounter with X-Ray Machines

An Encounter with X-Ray Machines

From a minor concussion to a possible hiatal hernia to pink eye, this past month my health has flown out the window. With four doctors visits in the last four weeks, you could say that I have become accustomed to the monotone waiting room music...

 

Making a Difference for Many

Making a Difference for Many

“Which neighborhood are we giving to this time?,” I remember saying to myself. Questions filled my mind as if it wasn’t already overflowed with schoolwork. Four years ago I had a mission to achieve with my youth group, a mission not only...