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Tanner Callis and Iris Garibay awarded Silver Keys

Tanner Callis and Iris Garibay awarded Silver Keys

Kayli Potter, Staff Reporter

February 9, 2017


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Students Iris Garibay and Tanner Callis both entered some of their artwork into a scholastic art competition, and both ended up with positive results. Each of the students were awarded the Silver Key Award in the Eastern Kansas Scholastic Art Awards Exhibition. Receiving a Silver Key Award is...

Indian Call games assembly slideshow

Indian Call games assembly slideshow

Anniston Weber, Co-Editor-in-Chief

February 9, 2017


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Teachers give insight on Woodworking and Metals

Teachers give insight on Woodworking and Metals

Isabelle Braun, Staff Reporter

February 3, 2017


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Woodworking and metals are two classes that have been taught at Hays High for many years. This year, teacher Nathan Howard oversees them. Throughout the year, Howard has three classes of woodworking and three of metals. The number of students in these classes is lower than one would expect. “Woodworking...

2016 graduate Lacey Elkins featured on national TV show

2016 graduate Lacey Elkins featured on national TV show

Anniston Weber, Co-Editor-in-Chief

February 3, 2017


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Since age 15, 2016 Hays High graduate Lacey Elkins has aspired to be in a combat role in the United States Marine Corps. Now, she’s training for it. Recently, Elkins was interviewed by PBS Newshour for a story over women in combat roles. “The Marine Corps offered me a challenge, and having...

2014 graduate Lane Clark talks college football

2014 graduate Lane Clark talks college football

Taylor Schiffelbein, Staff Reporter

February 3, 2017


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From a Hays High Indian to a Tennesse State University Tiger, HHS graduate Lane Clark has kept his loyalty with football through the years. Clark said he started playing football when he was in third grade. Since then, he has played practically every position on the field but any sort of lineman....

13 questions with junior Erin Muirhead

13 questions with junior Erin Muirhead

Kara Brooks, Editor

February 2, 2017


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From chamber singers, to music and spring play, to band practice and many other events, junior Erin Muirhead keeps her schedule busy with many music and theater related events. 1. How long have you being doing theater/ been into music? "I participated in five Heartland Community Theater producti...

Former student becomes new soccer coach

Former student becomes new soccer coach

Anniston Weber, Co-Editor-in-Chief

February 1, 2017


Filed under Feature, News, Sports, Top Stories, Video

Silas Hibbs, a former student of Hays High, has become the new girls and boys soccer coach. During his high school days, Hibbs participated in soccer, basketball and track. He played on the state runner-up soccer team in 2002. After graduating, Hibbs continued with soccer at Tabor College in Hillsboro....

Indian Insider

Indian Insider

January 30, 2017


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Junior clears up confusion on Debate Team, talks recent state competition

Junior clears up confusion on Debate Team, talks recent state competition

Kayli Potter, Staff Reporter

January 27, 2017


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This past weekend the two day State Debate Tournament took place in Lyons, Kansas. The two veteran HHS teams each went up against tough competition, and took several wins with a few close losses. Each of the teams participated in six preliminary rounds, but unfortunately neither advanced...

Emerging Tech makes students more familiar with technology

Emerging Tech makes students more familiar with technology

Jordyn Dake, Online Editor

January 17, 2017


Filed under Feature, Technology, Top Stories

According to Emerging Tech teacher Suzanne Stark, Emerging tech is a class to explore new technologies and become skilled on classes that are already available here at HHS. “Exploring the Surface is first on the calendar,” Stark said. “We tweak settings to make the individual devices more useful...

Students awarded for Golden Belt Bank video project

Students awarded for Golden Belt Bank video project

Jordyn Dake, Online Editor

January 13, 2017


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When Emerging Tech teacher Suzanne Stark announced her class would be doing a video project that was part of a contest for the Golden Belt Bank, senior Tiana Lawson was indifferent. “When she first announced the project, I wasn’t sure if I would like doing it,” Lawson said. “As I got into...

Inside the life of math instructor Erin Deenihan

Inside the life of math instructor Erin Deenihan

Kayli Potter, Staff Reporter

January 13, 2017


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Math instructor Erin Deenihan's teaching profession started here two years ago, in 2015. While getting her degree at Fort Hays State University, Deenihan student taught for former math instructor Lisa Colwell. Deenihan has always seemed to have the ability to teach in her. "I've always done...

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