A second Watergate

Jackson Williams, Reporter

February 20, 2019

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On February 11th, President Trump fell upon the border city of El Paso for a rally. “We’re building the wall anyway”, he said. At the same time, El Paso’s own Beto O’Rourke organized a counterrally. “Walls don’t save lives, walls end lives”, retorted O’Rourke. This, along with President Trump’s other re...

Teachers experience difficulty with old technology

Lauren Burgin, Reporter

January 22, 2019

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“I give up!” In the middle of watching an educational video, science teacher Lael Lynch’s eight-year-old computer began to update, causing the lesson for that class to completely cease. “I have a massive amount of stress,” Mrs. Lynch said. Over the next few weeks, Mrs. Lynch will no longer have to worry abo...

Program engages students at SHS, HBHS in Chinese culture

Program engages students at SHS, HBHS in Chinese culture

January 22, 2019

Students enrolled in the Chinese program have found themselves working closely with those students in ...

Preparation builds cheer program

Preparation builds cheer program

January 22, 2019

The three time state champions having been working harder than ever before in order to bring home their fi...

AAA investigates HBHS football program after reports of ineligible player

AAA investigates HBHS football program after reports of ineligible player

December 21, 2018

The 2018 football season ended Nov. 2 in controversy when the Wildcats were forced to forfeit three co...

Springdale woman crashes into the Har-Ber sign

Springdale woman crashes into the Har-Ber sign

December 21, 2018

Students returned after Thanksgiving break and noticed something a bit out of the ordinary upon arriva...

Publication students battle district administrators over censorship

Publication students battle district administrators over censorship

December 21, 2018

Senior online editor of The Herald, Kat Carson, hit submit on Wednesday, Dec. 5 to republish the editori...

Students frustrated over three-game forfeiture

Bailey Hopkins, Reporter

December 21, 2018

Filed under News, Sports

Rumors spread like wildfire through the halls following the news of the mandatory forfeiture of three games from the football season. Feelings of anger, irritation, and grief have been emitting from the student body. There are many schools of thought between students. “I think it [the forfeit] was kinda unfair towards Har-Ber bec...

Hear Us Roar

Hear Us Roar

December 21, 2018

On Monday, Nov. 26 at 6:05 p.m., just five days before Issue 2 was going to be sent to the printer, we r...

Bowman battles the elements in Toughest Mudder competition

John Toney and Graham Smith

December 21, 2018

Filed under Features, Top Stories

Atrocious mud, new obstacles, and intense body conditions, is what best describes the Toughest Mudder event. The race is one of the most extreme 24-hour obstacle course challenges on the planet. Britton Bowman, a senior, went to Atlanta Georgia to compete Nov. 10-11. “There’s things I did and did not do,” Bowm...

Future Smiles program offers free toothbrushes

Bailey Hopkins, Reporter

December 20, 2018

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When Hurricane Michael swept through the nation in mid October, it devastated the coastal cities throughout the Florida Panhandle, relief efforts are still being made to help revive and aid these in communities get back on their feet. Future Smiles, a non-profit organization founded by Kerry Evans, makes efforts by sendi...

Every vote counts

Kayla Rushton, Reporter

December 20, 2018

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Senior, Madeline Teoh went into the voting booth. It was just her in the booth and the paper. No one was with her, telling who or what to vote for. Being only 18 this was her first time voting. “It was really easy, I would say. It wasn’t complicated at all,” said Teoh. Voting was simple and easy. She went in a booth ...

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