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Issue 2 of The Herald did not go to print due to the temporary suspension of the student newspaper. The print version of the paper was scheduled for distribution Dec. 4. Stories may be read online instead.

The Herald Staff

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 received a text from our adviser that broke our hearts. As of today, the newspaper has been suspended. We cannot go to print until further notice. All the hard work that we have put in since the fir...

Bowman battles the elements in Toughest Mudder competition

John Toney and Graham Smith

December 21, 2018

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 d...

Future Smiles program offers free toothbrushes

Bailey Hopkins, Reporter

December 20, 2018

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,...

Every vote counts

Kayla Rushton, Co-Editor

December 20, 2018

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 ea...

Hear Us Roar

Junior free safety Ty Copher (6) and junior corner back Matt Wright (48) runs down a Bulldog during the Oct. 5 conference game at Jarrell Williams Bulldog Stadium. The Bulldogs beat the Wildcats 43-42 for the first time in 11 years.

The original photo was removed at the request of Randy Hutchinson, co-owner of 5H Photography and member of Springdale School Board.

The Herald Staff

December 5, 2018

“Big time players, make big time plays, in big time games.”--14-year veteran of the NFL, Santana Moss said. This is true in every sport. You think about the greatest athletes in the world and every one of them does well in high pressure situations. But many athletes have said that pressur...

Athletes’ transfers in question

Sophomore wide receiver Walker Immel goes up for a pass against the Springdale Bulldogs at Jarrell Williams Bulldog Stadium Oct. 5. The Bulldogs defeated the Wildcats 43-42, their first conference win over HBHS in 11 years. 

The original photo was removed at the request of Randy Hutchinson, co-owner of 5H Photography and member of Springdale School Board.

Jack Williams, Molly Hendren, and Matteo Campagnola

December 5, 2018

“I was taught that once you start something, you always finish it,” Peyton Copher, a 2017 running back for the Wildcats, said. “I played with them for a very long time. I gave everything I had to this school, and I kind of feel like they should do the same.”   Despite Copher’s efforts, Har-Ber was elim...

Winning streak comes to an end

Junior receiver Hunter Wood stiff arms a Bulldog defender to score a touchdown Oct. 5.

Hunter Soria, Reporter

October 30, 2018

As time expired in the 4th quarter at Jarrell Williams Bulldog Stadium, a sea of Bulldog students flooded the field as the Springdale Bulldogs beat the Har-Ber Wildcats for the first time in 11 years. Junior cornerback Cole Bowen watched from the sidelines in disbelief as Springdale celebrated in th...

Sexual assault victims speak out

Sexual assault victims speak out

Kayla Rushton, Co-Editor

October 30, 2018

Judge Kavanaugh was elected into the Supreme Court on Oct. 6, 2018, even after being accused by four women of sexual assault. One of the girls was Dr. Ford, who was scrutinized for her accusation. Many girls are not happy with this decision. “I was pretty disappointed but not surprised. Because our ...

Griep moves from Central to Har-Ber

Dr. Paul Griep and faculty members are recognized during Teacher Appreciation Night prior to the Wildcat football game Oct. 12.

Halle Roberts, Editor

October 30, 2018

On June 30, 2018, Dr. Paul Griep officially began his tenure as Har-Ber High’s new principal. Griep accepted the position, which was previously held by Danny Brackett, who accepted the position of Coordinator for Student services for the Springdale School District on May 11. Dr. Griep previously served as prin...

Life 360 app tracks teenagers’ location

Graham Smith, Reporter

October 29, 2018

Students all hear the parents side of being nosy and knowing everything you are doing, but how do the students feel? Many students in the school believe that Life 360 takes away from their high school experience. They say that it also adds stress to their everyday lives. “It stresses me out whe...

Admin sticks it to student vehicles

Admin sticks it to student vehicles

Katherine Carson, Online Editor

October 29, 2018

As the second quarter begins, the complaints of students in reference to the policies laid out in the Student Handbook begin to boil. Whether it be lanyards or dress code violations, students tend to find themselves in a disagreement with the staff. However, when cars began to be stickered for not h...

STUCO hopes to engage more students in school events

STUCO hopes to engage more students in school events

Kayla Rushton, Co-Editor

October 8, 2018

“The role of student council is to get students involved in the school,” Carlos Mejia, Senior STUCO member. “Student council is in charge of the homecoming assembles and dances, without student council there would be no homecoming,” Mrs. Cockrell said. They plan the entire dance by ...

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