A Motorcyle Rally With A Purpose

Chloe Mangham, Opinion Editor

October 14, 2016

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As you walk down the crowded streets, loud bike engines roar all around you. Each step you take live music fills your ears as you walk to the beat.  The sweet and savory smell of rich barbeque sauce and smoke attacks your senses. Every year on Dixon Street, a motorcycle rally is held: Bikes, Blues, and Barbeque. This year,...

Students Share Inspiration to Share their Voice

Riley Neil, Features Editor

October 14, 2016

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The ten year old girl stands with microphone in hand, belting out the National Anthem to the Har-Ber blue colored crowd. The bleachers, packed full of fans that stand with their right hand over their heart, listen to the girl carry the song through the whole football stadium. Once she hits the final note, the girl, now sopho...

The emotion that October runs on

Riley Neil, Features Editor

October 14, 2016

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Fear: thick, uneven breathing and sweaty palms. The sound of a woman's scream that is played in every horror film and a forest at night covered in shadows. It is an emotion that everyone can picture with the way that is captured in October through haunted houses, scary movies, and recently, clowns running up and down the streets...

The Sojas Factor

Payton Primm, News Editor

October 6, 2016

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Sitting amongst piles of AP Biology homework, sophomore Sojas Wagle breezes through it all in a matter of minutes. Science has always been his passion, but he finishes his homework so quickly this time because he has something else pulling at his attention: all of the work that needs to be done on this month's issue of his ne...

Marching Band

Payton Primm, News

September 27, 2016

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¨Start over, but everyone please stay on beat with the drum major this time!¨ calls seasoned band director Jeremy Ford through a microphone, overseeing the band's every movement from the conductor's stand. The harmonious combinations of tubas and drums, clarinets and flutes, and saxophones and trumpets playing in sync to a...

Fall Retreat

Hunter Cloud, Sports Editor

September 27, 2016

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      The game ends and the Har-Ber Parker Wiser and his fellow juniors are victorious. All the sweat blood and tears of a ultimate frisbee tournament has resulted in their victory over cell groups from Bentonville, Springdale, and Rogers. Cell groups are small groups of teenagers that meet at a house and have a B...

Blue Crew

Caroline Cain, A&E editor

September 26, 2016

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Junior Jackson Nichols stands at the center of the Wildcat Arena surrounded by a crowd of roaring students. The students chant, cheer, and celebrate by the lead of Nichols. The bleachers echo the sounds of hundreds of students stomping their feet. Students sporting elaborate red, white, and blue outfits decorate the crowd. Fla...

Students construct lifelong skills

Brock Brames, Design

March 8, 2016

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Four hours of walking slowly, holding a precision made piece of wood, guiding the wood down the edge banding machine. A methodical process that requires intense concentration, one mistake can throw off the entire project. Four hours of sweating and pressure will pay off as the accurate works of art come together to form a mas...

Deer blinds

Caty Langston, Features

February 18, 2016

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Four walls, one roof, and hours of work later, thirteen students have positively affected the lives of many veterans. Having a passion for something that you are not physically capable of doing anymore can break the hearts of the men who are the most deserving of a good life. “Building a custom deer blind that is handicap accessible allo...

Student swims with the sharks

Hunter Cloud, Briefs

February 18, 2016

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Several hundred miles from the ocean, junior Brynn Braswell hears the apex predator of the sea calling her name. Sharks are at the top of the food chain and there are over 400 species according to the WWF, the number rising with each year as more of the ocean is explored. The fascination with sharks began for Braswell in seventh grade....

Where are they now? Elizabeth Ellenbarger

Gabriella Maestri, News Editor

December 20, 2015

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Part of the graduating class of 2011, Elizabeth Ellenbarger exemplified the meaning of an involved and successful student during her time in school. As a sophomore she played volleyball until a knee injury forced her to quit. She then joined yearbook and went to serve as editor her senior year. Ellenbarger was president of Ju...

The Hong Factor

Jordan Setser, Opinion Editor

December 15, 2015

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Thirty eight thousand feet up in the air, Josh and Sang Hong stare out a tiny plane window with only clouds, the endless sky, and a glimpse of new opportunities that lie ahead, in sight. From South Korea to Springdale Arkansas, Josh and Sang Hong traveled fourteen hours in January of 2013. “It was pretty scary because I...

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