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Students learn to overcome drug addictions

Kiana Baker, opinion Editor

March 25

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The tin foil crinkled as the white smoke slowly rolled up it, getting closer and closer, increasing the nervousness more and more with each passing second. Allison Dawn* found it hard to describe exactly how one’s stomach drops the fi...

Student Council under improved management

Caden Bowles, Feature Editor

March 24

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A student council is formed to lead and promote student activity in the school and the community. Student Council (StuCo) is under new management and this year’s band of officers plan to heighten the organization and spi...

Chromebook classrooms could be a future possibility

Tate Banks, Co-Managing Editor

March 24

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When is a classroom not a classroom? When the classroom is a computer. Duncan Public Schools is planning on heavily incorporating technology into most high school classes over the next few years. A major part of t...

FFA attends county show

Bridget Tolle, Co-Managing Editor

March 14

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From Feb. 29 through March 4 the Future Farmers of America (FFA) went to the Stephens County Junior Livestock Show. Many students showed various animals including barrows, gilts and heifers. Some of the showings are listed belo...

Creating college trips

Nathan Lambert, Reporter

March 10

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The buses pull up to the front of the building. They stop, and then students from Duncan High School get out into the fresh air. So begins their college campus tour. College campus field trips are set up mainly by GEAR UP repre...

Student author published

Kiana Baker, Opinion Editor

March 10

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Growing up we’re all generally asked the same question. “Who do you want to be when you grow up?” Some of us give answers like princesses or astronauts. Some of us, however, have it figured out from the very beginning. Senior...

Students learn to overcome drug addictions

Kiana Baker, Opinion Editor

March 10

Filed under News

The tin foil crinkled as the white smoke slowly rolled up it, getting closer and closer, increasing the nervousness more and more with each passing second. Allison Dawn* found it hard to describe exactly how one’s stomach drops the fi...

The sad truth of child pornography in schools

Caden Bowles, Feature Editor

February 10

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A naked picture. A nude. A sext. Something someone sends to a person they think they trust. It could be a joke or just for fun; maybe it’s lustful, or maybe it’s for love. A chance to flaunt or an incident of pressure. ...

DLT prepares for a beautiful production

Audrey Goodson, Reporter

February 10

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The Duncan Little Theatre will be presenting a production of “Beauty and the Beast” on Feb. 19-20 and 26-27 at the Simmons Center for their spring musical. Four Duncan High School students will have parts in this production:...

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