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DECA to sponsor Trick or Treat So Others Can Eat

DECA to sponsor Trick or Treat So Others Can Eat

Brianna Mathias, Co-Editor

September 18, 2014


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DECA will be holding its annual Trick or Treat So Others Can Eat canned food drive on Oct. 7. Volunteers will be going door to door collecting non-perishable food items from 6-9 p.m. DECA advisor, Shaina Prough said if one does not someone ringing their doorbell or will not be home but wishes to be...

Musical cast list posted

Musical cast list posted

Madison Crees, Staff Reporter

September 17, 2014


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After a long week of auditions, the musical cast list for “Joseph” is here. Senior Max Befort is to play the title role of Joseph. The female leads will be played by senior Shelbie Berens, senior Emily McPherson and sophomore Madison Crees. Joseph’s 11 brothers will be played by senior Jacob Balzer...

Students take the Dane Hansen Scholarship Test

Students take the Dane Hansen Scholarship Test

Rachael Arthur, Staff Reporter

September 15, 2014


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As seniors prepare for college, finding money that can go towards college can be a difficult thing. So naturally, scholarships are on everyone’s mind. But there are only a few to go around. On Sept. 11, students took a test to apply to the Dane Hansen scholarship. The scholarships are given out...

Spirit day winners announced

Spirit day winners announced

Madison Crees, Staff Reporter

September 15, 2014


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The first spirit day has come to a wrap and the school has their winners. As the rules state, students who wear their Love Maroon, Live Gold shirts to school on the spirit day get their names entered in a drawing for a free Q burger. A student from each grade, as well as a faculty member will be chosen. This...

Girls Golf team takes second at Dodge City Invitational

Max Befort, Reporter

September 12, 2014


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The Lady Indian golf team placed second at the Dodge City Invitational on Sept. 11. The girls golf team compiled a 18 hole score of 378 trailing Goddard-Eisenhower with a 377. Garden City took third with a 379, while Maize finished next with a 392. Other teams were Great Bend,403; Hutchinson,407; Dodge...

New secretary Christy Kearns replaces LouWayne Davidson

New secretary Christy Kearns replaces LouWayne Davidson

Kara Brooks, Staff Reporter

September 11, 2014


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Christy Kearns has joined the staff as a new secretary, replacing the vacancy left by the departure of LouWayne Davidson. Kearns, who moved to Hays from Great Bend, heard about the job through Kansas Works. Before she became a secretary, she worked at T&C Manufacturing for a year as an administrative...

New Nurse at School

New Nurse at School

Rachael Arthur, Staff Reporter

September 11, 2014


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As the school years keep moving, students and teachers come and go. Some stay for years, and some will only stay for a few months. But for Misty Garrison, it’s a new year for her here at school. “I am from south Texas. Victoria, Texas. I moved here in January with my family. My husband is from Ha...

Homecoming court announced

Homecoming court announced

Madison Crees, Staff Reporter

September 9, 2014


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September marks the beginning of annual homecoming festivities, once again. Seniors this year have voted and tallied the results to come up with this year’s homecoming court. Alex Delton, Casey Dinkel, Adam Klaus, Andrew McGinnis, and Logan Renz are the competitors for king. While on the other side,...

Academic Booster Club conducts scholarship drive

Academic Booster Club conducts scholarship drive

Hannah Baxter, Staff Reporter

September 9, 2014


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This year but also among many previous years, the Academic Scholarship Booster Drive is being held at the annual homecoming football game. Principal Martin Straub talks about how great this drive is. “It is very important to students who are in need of money for any academic schooling,” Straub...

National Honors Society Officers Announced

National Honors Society Officers Announced

Brianna Mathias, Co-Editor

September 9, 2014


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by Brianna Mathias Hays High Guidon The National Honors Society officers were announced last Friday. The president is senior Tristan Callis, the Vice-President is senior Mattie Schlaefli, the secretary is senior Summer Smith and senior Sydney Vahling is the treasurer. The president expressed his ex...

Agendas good or bad?

Agendas good or bad?

Jacey Schaffer, Staff Reporter

September 9, 2014


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It’s a late Sunday night, and after a long day you suddenly wonder if you had an assignment. You quickly try to get a hold of friends or try to remember but you can’t, so you flip through all your school material. “A lot of teachers say they have everything written on Moodle, but then you look...

Creative Writing Club underway

Creative Writing Club underway

Jacey Schaffer, Staff Reporter

September 5, 2014


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The Creative Writing Club provides an opportunity to meet with other writers and work on stories or get ideas for stories. “It’s a fun club and I really enjoy it,” vice president Korryn Asuncion said. The club meets every other Tuesday. At the beginning of each meeting, club members write...

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