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Baseball Season Hit-Off

March 23, 2018 7:30pm | Giana Schrock

The 2018 baseball season is being hit – off with a tournament. Harrisonville High School’s baseball team will be competing against Saint Michael’s, Grandview, and many other schools in the Raytown tournament. Last year’s baseball team won the tournament, and this year’s team holds the […]

Hot or Cold?

March 16, 2018 10:13pm | Emily Sullivan

The most common comments about the weather right now is ”It’s too cold, I wish it were warmer out.” As warmer weather arrives more people will complain about how it’s too hot, so would more students rather be hot or cold? “I would rather be […]

Winter Spirit Week

February 6, 2018 8:23pm | Dalton Fugate

Everyone is excited for February 5-9 for Spirit day for the winter homecoming party. This year’s theme is “Aloha Wildcats.” “I actually was not the one who created the theme days. My spirit week committee did.We had a meeting after break when that was decided. […]

Swim Team

February 6, 2018 8:21pm | Emily Sullivan

The High School Swim Team is always full of girls ready to learn and swim, but the coaching and coaches tend to change, season to season. “The coaching this year at Harrisonville is different from any other of my high school years. Both of the […]

Foundation Scholarships for Seniors Due

April 12, 2017 7:18pm | Jonathan Buerge

Tomorrow, April 13, all of the Foundation Scholarships for HHS seniors are due. There are ten scholarships available to those seniors who apply and are eligible. The majority of these scholarships are for students who achieve good grades throughout their years at Harrisonville High School, […]

Spring Break Fun in KC Area

March 22, 2017 7:53pm | Macee Scott

Spring break is upon us here at HHS and there are many things you may not know about that will be going on through March 22-29 in the Kansas City area. Luckily, Kansas City is close to Harrisonville and there are many fun, reasonably priced […]

Cass Career Center FFA Awarded at Area Banquet

March 22, 2017 7:51pm | Zach Bollinger

The Cass Career Center FFA members attended the FFA Area VII banquet on March 21, 2017. The banquet was held in Clinton, Missouri, at the Community Center where over 200 people attended.Members of the Cass Career Center received numerous awards. One outstanding accomplishment made by […]

Prom Corsages and Boutonnieres

March 21, 2017 6:37pm | Mackina Chamberlain

Corsages and boutonnieres are an aspect of prom that is often overlooked until the last second. With all the fuss about the dress, tux, makeup, and hair, it is easy to forget about the little flower accessories. Corsages for the girls tend to be more […]

Benefits of Exercise

March 13, 2017 7:46pm | Shelby Wiseman

What does it mean to be healthy? Is merely eating healthy enough to ensure a healthy body and lower the risk of maladies? As a young adult it is very important to understand the importance of exercise for the mind and body. Here are two […]

Prom Boutique

March 9, 2017 7:18pm | Mackina Chamberlain

Woods Chapel United Methodist Church in Lee’s Summit is providing free prom dresses for those who need them. This is their 13th year hosting the event for teens in need of prom attire. The Prom Boutique is open 3 pm-7 pm on March 8-10 and […]