Life in the spotlight

December 14, 2017 0
Few can call themselves a thespian, fewer than that can say they’ve performed on Broadway. Director of Theater Cara Kem can say both. Since taking over the theatre program in 2014, Kem has used this [...]

Small Business Runs on Faith and Family

December 10, 2017 0
Oft-frequented by students, Steamy Joe’s has become an Arkansas City staple in its short tenure as the lone coffee shop in town. A cozy, inviting shop that’s filled with homemade baked goods and excellent coffee. [...]


Breaking Point

December 10, 2017 0
“I couldn’t breathe. I almost died,” said freshman Laura Rincon. Passion. Hard work. Motivation. Then in the blink of an eye it’s all gone. Getting injured means you could possibly lose the biggest opportunity of [...]

Hard Fought Battle at Home

September 27, 2016 0
The Lady Tigers (11-6) had their fourth home game on Monday, September 26 against one of their conference rivals Coffeyville (22-1). This game had national importance due to the fact that Coffeyville were ranked 11th [...]


Kicking Off Your Sunday

February 4, 2018 0
            The Super Bowl, honestly, should be considered a national holiday in the United States since so many people watch and celebrate it. And what must go into national holidays? [...]

“The Day the Music Died”

February 3, 2017 0
It was the morning of February 3, 1959, around 9:30 a.m. Overnight weather had just passed through the state of Iowa, changing its skies from their dark grey, light snow, and cloudy conditions, to the [...]