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Western Burgers are Back

Western Burgers are Back

Sheridan Allen, Reporter, Photographer

December 13, 2018

After being gone for a few years, a former school lunch, the Western Burger, is returning for an annual event. The burgers were first served in a school cafeteria in the 1970’s; however, the school stopped serving them in the early 2000s. They’ve made a return to the school lunches just this year. ...

Reaching the Finale for the First Time

Reaching the Finale for the First Time

Dei Seamans, Reporter

March 26, 2018

When Rider High School's JROTC team received an email at the beginning of March they were ecstatic, for it revealed that they had qualified for the final round of the 2017-2018 JROTC Leadership and Academic Bowl. This is the first time Rider has won the opportunity to compete at the national level i...

CTE Center Construction

CTE Center Construction

Anaya Williams, Journalist

May 18, 2016

Construction has begun on the Career and Technological Education center. The purpose of the CTE center is to help transition students from high school to jobs in the community. Students will learn advanced skills and receive certifications, college credits and the ability to explore their future from...

Donation Time

Paraprofessional Larry Foster writes two lightbulbs for his parents.

Chris Greenwood, Reporter

December 11, 2015

After requests from Hospice to bring attention to the tree of lights campaign this winter, PALS tried something new. PALS collect donations during lunch and 4th period classes. “Anyone can donate: teachers, students, anybody at all,” Brown said. “It doesn’t have to be in memory of someone...

Red Alert

Red Alert

Cortney Wood, Co-Editor-In-Chief

December 10, 2015

As the on-campus police officers returned from an errand on Nov. 19, they were notified of the shooting at Texoma Armory Gun Shop in the 4700 block on Southwest Parkway at 11 a.m., just before the first lunch bell rang. The police department hadn’t notified the school district of the situation yet,...

Student Meets Nationally Renowned Writer At Camp

Student Meets Nationally Renowned Writer At Camp

Brooke Leiker

September 18, 2012

Skip Hollandsworth, screenwriter, and executive editor of Texas Monthly, swaggered into a room full of 250 journalists. Photographers swarmed him, snapping photos as reporters grabbed pads, wanting to record his story in hopes of becoming better at their craft. Hollandsworth was a featured...

Beware of Winter Weather

Dani Adams

January 6, 2010

Wichita Falls residents are advised to use extreme caution throughout the remainder of the week as the winter weather becomes more severe. Wind chills are expected to drop between -5 and -30 degrees, meaning flip-flops, shorts and t-shirts are definitely a bad idea. In this cold weather, wind chills...

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