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“Fall Through”

“Fall Through”

Saffron Eugea, Photographer/ Writer

May 8, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Staff Blogs

How to do a Waterfall Braid Tip: Before I did the braid, shown in the picture, I curled my hair. You do not need to curl your hair. It looks great if you straighten your hair too. Step 1 First, divide your hair at the root of your head. You can do a deep part or a part down the middle of your head. (Yo...

The Art of The Dutch

The Art of The Dutch

Saffron Eugea

April 5, 2018


Filed under Columns, Showcase

How to do a Dutch Braid Hey, guys! Saffron here. Today, I am going to teach you how to do a "Dutch Braid." If you read my last blog, you might have learned how to do a regular and a French Braid. Once you have mastered the French braid, you are ready to move on to the Dutch braid. If you have nev...

Peek at a White Wonder

Peek at a White Wonder

Sydney Ritter, Reporter / Designer

March 27, 2018


Filed under Columns, Showcase

Rare peacock takes spotlight in Ritter's second animal column Writing about the uncommon okapi got me to thinking, how many other weird animals are there out there? My first thought was to ask Alexa, but since I was at school I didn't have that option. Instead, I had to resort to the dinosaur, ...

Carpenter… Harvester… Mechanic… Best of all Father

Carpenter… Harvester… Mechanic… Best of all Father

Chandra Rice, Editor

March 19, 2018


Filed under Columns, Showcase

Chandra Rice reflects, writes on her father's example, words When I look at my dad, I see my protector and my first love. He's been there for me through thick and thin. Even if he gets on the me, I know he still loves me and wants me to know how important it is for me to do my best. Daddy has show...

Woven In History

Woven In History

Saffron Eugea, Staff Photographer/ Writer

March 8, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Staff Blogs

African cultures carry braiding traditions through history As part of their culture, Africans braided hair for socialization, interest, skill, learning, beauty and special occasions. Hair braiding is an ancient art that dates all the way back to 3,500 BC! People have passed down the tradition of br...

The Animal You’ve Never Heard About

The Animal You’ve Never Heard About

Sydney Ritter, Writer / Designer

March 5, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion, Showcase

When you ask most people, "What's your favorite animal?" You normally get cookie cutter answers like, a tiger, or a monkey, but when I say okapi, do you even know what that is?  The animal you've never heard about is my favorite. An okapi is the closest living relative to the giraffe, the animal...

Saffron Styles – A Growing Gallery

Saffron Styles – A Growing Gallery

Saffron Eugea, Staff Photographer/ Writer

March 2, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Staff Blogs

Hair 'Artist' Introduces Herself Hi, my name is Saffron Eugea. You may or may not know that I LOVE to play with people's hair, including, my mom's, sister's, friend's, family's and mine. I change my hair A-LOT. I've chopped it off three or four times and grown it out a few times, too!  I've always b...

If it could happen there …

If it could happen there …

Sydney Ritter

February 15, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

School should consider revising, intensifying preparation for possible active shooter situation What are you supposed to do if an active-shooter situation or lockdown arises? Many students in this school do not know. Mass shootings are on the rise. According to the FBI, the majority of those are ...

Donating the Gift of Life

Donating the Gift of Life

Sydney Ritter

January 12, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Editorial Writer Ritter Challenges Community to Give Blood Groom FFA is sponsoring a blood drive with the Coffee Memorial Blood Center on Monday, Jan. 15, 1:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. with the Coffee Memorial Blood Center.  Almost every adult can donate blood, but not everyone does. Everyone who is able should donate...

Christmas Care …

Christmas Care …

Jaymon Row

December 25, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinion, Showcase

Groom Students Reflect on Gifts Junior High Pen Notes on 'Gifts Money Can't Buy' Pre-K Works with Journalists on Letters to Santa Within this long document, you will find both traditional Santa Letters, written by our preschool students, as well as reflective writings, penned by our junior high clas...

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