NATIONAL

November 11, 2019

While temperatures are cooling down in Northwest Arkansas, things are heating up in California as wildfires are spreading across the state. According to the Los Angeles Times, fall has the greatest potential for wildfires as the Santa Ana winds increase. According to CNN, thousands of people are being eva...

LOCAL

November 11, 2019

As a series of severe storms moved through the area on the night of Oct. 20. According to the Arkansas Democrat Gazette, one man in Benton County died after a tree fell on his home. The National Weather Service in Tulsa confirmed that a tornado moved through the Siloam Springs area as well. The storms produced ...

HBHS

November 11, 2019

Teachers learned Oct. 21 how to respond to an armed intruder emergency. The nationwide training, known as ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Informer, Counter, Evacuate), eradicates the mindset that a shooting is rare. According to alicetraining.com, the training promotes “proactive strategies to improve the chanc...

Upgraded pep rally leads to high expectations

Upgraded pep rally leads to high expectations

LAUREN BURGIN

October 1, 2019

Pep rallies are something I myself only view as an excuse for coming late to class and getting to see my friends, so I was quite surprised to learn that the upcoming pep rally would be taking place in the football stadium. The thought of going out in the heat early in the morning wasn’t very ideal...

Students help plan pep rallies

KAYLA RUSHTON, Co-Editor

October 1, 2019

Junior Luke Rucker stands on the football field as students from the stadium look down on him. MCing the pep rally, he feeds off the energy of the crowd. Luke Rucker and a few of his friends decided to get involved in improving the pep rallies. “We’ve noticed at Har-Ber we just really have a tough tim...

The Ice Age of Har-Ber

SAMUEL STEPHENSON

October 1, 2019

The students walk to their next class, when they are hit with a  blast of cold air. They shiver in fear of knowing that they are going to have to bear the cold to get their education. There are so many ways to help them save themselves such as bringing jackets or even blankets to school. History tea...

No Saturday school for lanyard offenders

MATTEO CAMPAGNOLA, Reporter

October 1, 2019

Junior Owen Collins walks into school at the same time every morning. A vital part of his morning routine, he always remembers to take his school-issued ID out of his backpack and put it around his neck. “I think having IDs is a good idea” he said. “It helps contribute to school safety and that way i...

Corporate High Schoolers

JACK WILLIAMS

October 1, 2019

Senior Will Hodge starts his 2013 Ford Fusion. The air is quiet and his leather seats have not yet seen the heat of the day. A short car ride is all that stands between this 17-year-old and his full time job at Tyson Foods. “I get to work at 8 a.m. and do anything that my managers want me to do, anyt...

Springdale becomes Arkansas’ first pro-life city

BAILEY HOPKINS, Reporter

October 1, 2019

The Springdale City Council voted to declare Springdale, Arkansas’ first “pro-life city” in a 6-1 decison on Aug. 13, 2019. All voted in favor of the resolution except for city councilwoman Katy Jaycox.  Councilman Jeff Watson was not present. Councilman Colby Fulfer set the resolution in mot...

Erwin leaves a lasting legacy

Katherine Carson, Online Editor

May 1, 2019

After 42 years of teaching, head choir director Randy Erwin steps down into retirement. Erwin began his career in Little Rock before moving to Springdale High School where he taught for twenty-three; however, when Har-ber opened he moved across town were has been staffed since. “I enjoyed my t...

Bible class now offered throughout Arkansas

Matteo Campagnola, Reporter

May 1, 2019

On March 19 of this year, the Arkansas State House passed a bill that would require all public schools in the state to offer a class about the academic study of the Bible if at least 15 students requested to take it. That means Har-Ber could be one of the schools required to offer this class. Students e...

Muller report details revealed

Bailey Hopkins, Reporter

April 29, 2019

The findings of the Mueller report, an investigation into the suspected involvement of Russia in the 2016 election, were recently released but surrounded with large controversy. While the report officially stated that there was “no collusion” much of the general public found this difficult to ...

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