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Love is in the Air!

February 14, 2019 2:54pm | Audrey Barnes

For many years, Valentine’s Day has been celebrated by friends, family, and couples around the globe. While some may see the day as a clever marketing tactic created by the greeting card industry, others see it as a day filled with red roses and romance. […]

The Attendance Policy vs The Flu

February 1, 2019 3:09pm | Briana Chiodini

This year, Harrisonville High Schools Attendance policy has some very big changes put in place that affect every aspect of a student’s school life.  Now, you must have 90% attendance to participate in anything extra curricular, and seniors must have that 90% to walk at […]

What are the common colleges to attend?

February 1, 2019 2:55pm | Cameron Hodge

Are you getting ready to go to College after you graduate High School? Or maybe you are a junior and want to get a head start on your future. Well, you have come to the right place? There are different ways to talk about this […]

Study Center vs Flex Time

January 24, 2019 8:29pm | Alexandra Stadler

For one week now some freshman have been enjoying their new-found freedom during 4th hour. Some are delighted to have this opportunity to be in flex, but others aren’t so happy with their new placement. What are the students favorite things about Study Center along […]

Power outage preporation

January 24, 2019 3:13pm | Kirk Webb

Power outages happen to everyone; however, some people are more prepared than others. Are you prepared? Most power outages only last a day or two, but going a night without heat in the winter or air conditioning in the summer can be torture. Your food […]

Winter Weather Preparedness

January 24, 2019 3:06pm | Jared Ford

Have you been stranded on the side of the road and been freezing cold because you were not prepared?  It’s a situation that can easily be avoided this winter with a little preparation. Officer Jacobs, the high school SRO officer,  suggested people have the following […]

Flirting in highschool

February 15, 2018 8:18pm | Emily Gray

Valentine’s Day is all about love,excitement, and most importantly, flirting. Everybody flirts differently. Some tease, some are confident, and others are just plain awkward. Devin Vergouven, junior, thinks he knows the way to a girl’s heart. “I just try to be funny and make them […]

The Curious Savage Review

February 9, 2018 8:19pm | Libby East

Last week, the Harrisonville Drama Club released a show titled ‘The Curious Savage.’ The performance on opening night left the audience roaring with laughter. Although there were clearly a few improv scenes, a few were carried out in so it was believed they were printed […]

Meet Dustin Lee and Sydney Graves-Candidates

February 5, 2018 8:28pm | Joe Bowers

The week of February 4th will be Harrisonville’s Winter Homecoming week. There are ten high school students selected by their peers to represent Harrisonville High School. Two of the ten students are Dustin Lee and Sydney Graves. Here is a quick interview with the candidates. […]

Q&A with Bethany Cox and Mason Scrivener

January 26, 2018 8:16pm | Kallie Gist

We talked to two of the candidates for Court Warming and asked them some questions to get to know them a little bit better. Here are their answers: Q1: If your favorite noodle came to life and had something to say, what do you think […]