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Staff member reviews ‘Shirley’ movie

Reagan Bates, Asst. Copy Editor April 7, 2024

Directed by John Ridley, “Shirley” was released on Netflix on March 15, 2024. The movie focuses on the true story of Shirley Chisholm, who is played by Regina King, as she campaigns to be president...

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Eleanor Bittel, Feature Section Editor April 2, 2024

Staff member reviews Snow Cone Express

Justus Nelson March 8, 2024

Serving sweet, frozen treats during the warmer months, Snow Cone Express has been delivering flavored shaved ice to Hays for over a decade. Sizes come in small through extra-large, with prices starting...

Busy week creates stress for Hays High students

Clare Tholstrup, Asst. Copy Editor March 6, 2024

On Tuesday, Feb. 27, most members of the junior class took the ACT. The test, which takes approximately three hours to complete, took up the morning hours of that day. For some students, the results...

Eagles Long Goodbye Tour marks amazing end for legendary band

Eagles’ Long Goodbye Tour marks amazing end for legendary band

Clare Tholstrup, Asst. Copy Editor February 22, 2024

The Long Goodbye Tour is the final tour for the Eagles. The 52-year-old band has had an impressive career, and this tour marks the end of that run. At the performance on Feb. 10 in Omaha, Neb., Steely...

Usher brings multiple artists to perform with him at Super Bowl LVIII

Jacob Wente, Entertainment Section Editor February 20, 2024

For Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas, Nev., Usher was the halftime show superstar. The performer has been making music since 1994, with 10 albums and more than 80 singles. However, he has not been on...

Staff member expresses concerns over Hays High School funding

Kennedi Fischer, Assistant news section editor February 9, 2024

At Hays High School, some students feel that certain activities or organizations get more funding from the school than others. Sparse funding is not uncommon to many high school organizations. Whether...

Staff member reviews new Mean Girls movie

Staff member reviews new ‘Mean Girls’ movie

Reagan Bates, Asst. Copy Editor February 6, 2024

Directed by Samantha Jayne and Arturo Perez Jr., “Mean Girls” was released in the United States on Jan. 12. The new movie is a remake of the original “Mean Girls” movie that was released in...

Staff member reviews Gellas new menu

Staff member reviews Gella’s new menu

Delia Dixon, Asst. Features Editor January 24, 2024

Gella’s Diner and Lb. Brewing Co. has recently updated their menu. The popular dining spot on 11th Street has expanded its menu to feature more elevated options, including new steaks, seafood and...

‘Mamma Mia!’ is perfect movie to watch in the summertime

Jacob Wente, Entertainment Section Editor December 19, 2023

Summertime is a while away from us right now, but soon, it will be time to go to the pool again and lay in the warm sun all day. Although over the summer, we spend a lot of time outside, sometimes we do...

Beyoncé’s new film becomes huge hit in theaters around the world

Jacob Wente, Entertainment Section Editor December 8, 2023

A new movie hit the theaters for the weekend of Dec. 1 to Dec. 3. The movie was a concert film based around Beyoncé's recent world tour that ended in October, called “Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé.” The...

Staff member reviews 1989 (Taylors Version) from the vault tracks

Staff member reviews ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’ from the vault tracks

Kennedi Fischer, Assistant news section editor November 20, 2023

Taylor Swift is currently re-recording all her previous albums that Big Machine Records has ownership over, and “1989” is the fourth album that she has re-recorded. Released on Oct. 27, “1989...

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