Arkansas Children’s Hospital Close to Home

Heidi Phanvongkham, Reporter

March 5, 2018

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The Springdale community is excited about the new opening of the first pediatric hospital in Northwest Arkansas. Other than the Springdale community waiting for the hospital to open, medical students wait for the opportunity to experience a pediatric hospital in close distance. Arkansas Children’s also offers a job shadowing pro...

Bitcoin

Chase Strickland, Sports

February 8, 2018

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Bitcoin. What even is it? For all the ones who are unaware of what bitcoin even is, it is a type of digital currency in which encryption techniques are used to regulate the generation of units of currency and verify the transfer of funds, operating independently of a central bank. Bitcoin is one of the new big things going into 201...

Wildcat boys basketball comes out on top against rivals

Wildcat boys basketball comes out on top against rivals

February 8, 2018

On February 7th, the Har-Ber Wildcat basketball teams faced off in games against same town rivals, the S...

The Frazier Factor

The Frazier Factor

February 5, 2018

Josh Frazier, who is a former Har-Ber high student, now plays as a defensive lineman for the Alabama Crimson...

Band Students Prepare for Region Tryouts

Maggie McDonald, Editor

February 5, 2018

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Tensions in the hallway are high. A mixture of nerves, disappointment, and stress swirl through the atmosphere and wreak havoc on the emotions of the people that fill the rooms. The results of their months of hard work and effort could all go down the drain after today. Sophomore clarinet player Emma Keen relays her opinion of...

DACA deadline approaches

Halle Roberts, Reporter

February 5, 2018

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This upcoming March, President Donald Trump plans to revisit the issue concerning DACA and the “Dream Act”. He says he’ll revisit the subject, but that’s only if Congress allows him to build the wall. For many , President Trump’s neglect of the “Dreamers” in our country is downright offensive and not okay. DACA, D...

Davies, Jackson crowned first HBHS prom royalty

Davies, Jackson crowned first HBHS prom royalty

May 10, 2017

Before this year’s prom was even a thought in most of the students’ heads, Junior Class Council was a...

Wind, injuries factor into track finale

Wind, injuries factor into track finale

May 10, 2017

He can still hear the chorus of “I believe we just won” being sung out proudly by the Bentonville T...

Senior leaders contribute to team spirit

Senior leaders contribute to team spirit

May 10, 2017

At bat after at bat, senior Aryn Scoggins goes up to the plate with the hope of helping her team win....

Soccer season reflects team bond

Soccer season reflects team bond

May 10, 2017

On March 11th, junior Kailey Fender takes off down the soccer field to stop a Russelville player from s...

Admin requires students to wear lanyards

May 10, 2017

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Nice clothes, gown, cap, and lanyard. The upcoming graduation for the senior class of 2017 will feature a new addition: each student will walk up to the stage wearing their ID, hidden under their navy blue gown. It was a decision made by the administration with the purpose of keeping the students safe. After the issue arose of...

Student media excels at state contest

Student media excels at state contest

May 10, 2017

Once again Har-Ber newspaper, television and yearbook participated at the Arkansas Scholastic Press Associa...

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