• Hays wins state journalism championship

    Hays wins state journalism championship

    May 4, 2015

    Hays High School won the Class 4A Sweepstakes Award for garnering the most overall points at the state journalism contest on May 2 in Lawrence. The state championship performance was a result of 15 students placing in the top six spots at the event, which is sponsored by the Kansas Scholastic Press Association. Hays scored 46 points to beat out Chanute and Holton with 27 points apiece. Other team scores are listed below. Scoring is based on... READ MORE »»

  • Former student performs songs for student body

    Former student performs songs for student body

    Brianna Mathias, Co-Editor

    May 4, 2015

    Former student, Max Walker, and his friend, fellow Nashville singer/songwriter, Alex Renbarger made a stop at Hays High as a part of their No Rest Midwest Tour on April 30 and May 1. “It’s pretty fun, not going to lie,” Walker said. “It was fun to be back.” On the first day, the artists performed in front of music students. The next day, they invited all those who wanted to attend to come to the gym during seminar to see them perform.... READ MORE »»

  • DECA excels at nationals

    DECA excels at nationals

    Brianna Mathias, Co-Editor

    May 1, 2015

    DECA students left for Orlando, Florida for the International Career Development Conference on April 24. There, they competed against thousands of students from across the globe. Though no students broke finals, a majority of them earned minimum competency. “It was really tough competition, none of the Hays High kids made finals, but almost all of the students made it into top 32 out of 160 teams,” junior Kayla Hitchcock said. Junior Brooke... READ MORE »»

    Students pose, holding up the DECA symbol as they represent Kansas at the International Career Development Conference.

  • Guidon wins top state award

    Guidon wins top state award

    April 30, 2015

    Newspaper students were recognized for their collective effort when it was recently announced that the 2014-15 Guidon has been awarded All-Kansas from the Kansas Scholastic Press Association. All-Kansas is the top state award presented to student yearbooks, newspapers and websites. Yearbook awards are typically announced late fall, while newspaper and website awards are announced in late spring. Hays High’s newspaper was named in the Class... READ MORE »»

  • Students share feelings on home remedies

    Students share feelings on home remedies

    Anniston Weber, Staff Reporter

    April 30, 2015

    Home remedies are becoming a popular alternative to taking medicines or buying expensive products. Many students use home remedies to cure sickness or for other issues as a ‘healthier’ substitute to pharmaceuticals. Sophomore Kristen Nease said she would recommend home remedies to anyone willing to try them out. “My family uses remedies all the time,” Nease said. “We use remedies for everything like the flu, strep, bacteria, or basically... READ MORE »»

News

Hays wins state journalism championship

Hays wins state journalism championship

Hays High School won the Class 4A Sweepstakes Award for garnering the most overall points at the state journalism contest on May 2 in Lawrence. The state championship performance...  Read More »

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Sports

Indian baseball prevails against Garden City

Sarah Rooney, Staff Reporter

The Indian baseball team traveled to and defeated Garden City on April 21. The score of the first game was 5-4. At the end of the first inning, the teams were tied 2-2....  Read More »

April 23, 2015 • 0 comments

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Opinion

Don’t shame people who choose abstinence

Brianna Mathias, Co-Editor

There is a double standard very evident in our day in age. If someone has a lot of sex, they are either praised for it or bashed for it, and if they haven’t had any sex...  Read More »

April 21, 2015 • 0 comments

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Feature

Baby chickens incubated at Hays High

Kara Brooks, Staff Reporter

The preschool at Hays High has recently done an experiment with baby chickens. The classroom got the eggs and incubated them, then got to see the eggs hatch. “We were...  Read More »

May 4, 2015 • 0 comments

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A&E

Interesting Facts

Sylina Zhang, Co-Editor-in-Chief

Montpelier, Vermont is the only state capital without a McDonald's. A cow gives nearly 200,000 glasses of milk in her lifetime. Cuba is the only island in the Caribbean...  Read More »

April 16, 2015 • 0 comments

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