Media team travels to Seattle

Lauren Burgin

April 29, 2019

On March 28, the exciting Student Television Network Convention began in Seattle, with 14 of Har-Ber’s students attending and some receiving awards. “We go expecting to learn. We don’t necessarily go expecting to win, but when we do win it’s really cool,” senior Jade Farmer said. The ...

Senior Citizens bingo night

Lauren Burgin

April 29, 2019

As the senior citizens walked into the Springdale senior center, they brought with them an air of competition. Little did the Key Club and National Honor Society volunteers know just how competitive the elderly could be. “She better quit jerking me around,” senior citizen Ruby Link said. Ru...

Cafeteria serves food past expiration date

Jackson Williams, Reporter

April 29, 2019

The date is March 28th. Sophomore Anakaren Baragan stares at her deli item with a confused look on her face. Her eyes spot a peculiar marking on the label of her sandwich, which indicates the foods expiration date. Under a thick streak of sharpie, the expiration date reads March 12th. “I thought th...

ARDOT designs new bridge plan

Matteo Campagnola, Reporter

April 29, 2019

Residents across Springdale have been forced to avoid the one-lane bridge over Pump Station Road near Hunt Park for the past two years, and people continue to wonder when the problem will be resolved. The bridge was washed out during extreme flooding in the Spring of 2017 and remains closed to this day....

A second Watergate

Jackson Williams, Reporter

February 20, 2019

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 w...

Teachers experience difficulty with old technology

Lauren Burgin

January 22, 2019

“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 n...

Program engages students at SHS, HBHS in Chinese culture

Program engages students at SHS, HBHS in Chinese culture

Kat Carson, Online Editor

January 22, 2019

Students enrolled in the Chinese program have found themselves working closely with those students in the program at Springdale for the Chinese New Year Festival and with it working to build an intercity relationship with Springdale High. “This is an opportunity for anyone who is interested in Chines...

Preparation builds cheer program

Preparation builds cheer program

Kayla Rushton, Co-Editor

January 22, 2019

The three time state champions having been working harder than ever before in order to bring home their first first place trophy in nationals. Every morning the cheer team gets up early in the morning and comes to practice. “We have practiced every morning and most day after school,” sophomore M...

AAA investigates HBHS football program after reports of ineligible player

Junior running back Jay Burns rushed for 317 yards against the Springdale Bulldogs Oct. 5 in a conference match-up. The Bulldogs defeated the Wildcats 43-42.

Nicholas Griffiths and Kat Carson

December 21, 2018

The 2018 football season ended Nov. 2 in controversy when the Wildcats were forced to forfeit three conference games because of a violation of Arkansas Athletic Association (AAA) policy regarding an ineligible player. ”It is my job to make sure we follow all AAA rules and regulations,” head f...

Springdale woman crashes into the Har-Ber sign

Springdale police responded to a 911 call after a woman crashed into the sign

Bailey Hopkins, Reporter

December 21, 2018

Students returned after Thanksgiving break and noticed something a bit out of the ordinary upon arrival. The brick sign displaying the name of the school located at the east entrance has been damaged due to a car hitting the corner of the sign closest to the school. At approximately 6 p.m. on Nov. 17 a 2007 Ch...

Publication students battle district administrators over censorship

Students from the Wildcat yearbook and The Herald staff speak to the Springdale school board Dec. 11.

Halle Roberts, Editor

December 21, 2018

Senior online editor of The Herald, Kat Carson, hit submit on Wednesday, Dec. 5 to republish the editorial and news article that was demanded to be removed a month earlier. “I felt pride,” said Carson as she published the story, “but I also felt nerves for what’s to come.” A small victory...

Students frustrated over three-game forfeiture

Bailey Hopkins, Reporter

December 21, 2018

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]...

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