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Summer Plans

Sophie Uselton, Writer

May 14, 2020

I couldn’t think of anything to write about since everything in the news is either about corona or nonsense so I’m going to enlighten you with my semi-uneventful summer plans. Before this lovely isolation began I applied to th...

Good Things About Covid-19

Cathryn Holt, Writer

April 15, 2020

Covid-19 is the scariest thing most people have seen in their life. Here's hoping it's the only scary thing those people and myself see in our life. Although this is a scary disease and the numbers of the infected are just increa...

Froggy Bread

Cathryn Holt, Writer

April 15, 2020

Recently I've had a very strange idea. Froggy bread. Not bread made out of frogs but bread in the shape of a frog. An online friend and I have been obsessed with this idea for a while and I found a recipe online for it.   ...

Some Thoughts Concerning Pandemics

Jose Torres, Human Being

March 20, 2020

Now is a good time to talk about pandemics considering the state of the world. Countries like Spain and Italy are on lockdown to further prevent the spread of Covid-19; countries like Canada, Australia, and Germany are also closing th...

Seven Things To Do While Quarantined

anna grace autrey, writer

March 20, 2020

The world is basically turned upside down right now. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, schools have closed, restaurants have been limited to takeout only, and purchasing toilet paper is cause for celebration. Americans have bee...

Tattoos: Good or Bad?

Samantha Blosser, writer

March 19, 2020

Ink blot. Beautiful body art. Naked girl on the shoulder. Tattoo. Whatever you call it, it is permanent. Getting a tattoo is a big thing nowadays. A lot of my friends, including I, went and got a tattoo as soon as they turned...

Sleep well enough, or die

Jose Torres, Avid Sleeper

February 29, 2020

Did you know that you sleep for ⅓ of your life? At least that’s how much you’re supposed to. Doctors and sleep experts have recommended sleeping between 7 to 9 hours, though the amount varies in different age groups. It is ...

The Power of Book Giving

Jose Torres, Avid Reader

February 29, 2020

Books can change the world. I believe they have the potential to end wars, cure diseases, improve the economy, and give people the education they never thought they would have. But books aren’t unlimited— they require mater...

The Gregorian Calendar

Jose Torres, 21st Century Writer

February 28, 2020

Often we can’t help setting new goals every new year: I want to exercise more; I want to spend less time on social media and spend more time with my friends and family; I want to read more; I want to eat healthier; I want t...

PGHS Soccer Teams Left Without Proper Facilities

Amanda Guthrie, Writer

February 26, 2020

As a Prairie Grove High School athlete, it is easy to notice which sports are “favored.” Whether it be because students are more interested in that specific sport, or simply because they are a winning team. Anyone can agre...

The Unappreciated Treasure that is Mr. Arrick

Kyle Bennett

February 21, 2020

Of all the teachers present in Prairie Grove I believe there to be one that is a proud example of not only a good teacher, but one that possesses the ideal teaching style that should be adopted by the United States school sys...

Murph Pair Skate Park and its Condition

Conner Sharp, Writer

January 30, 2020

In this day and age, skateboarding is having a worldwide increase with new skaters joining the movement everyday. With the introduction of new skateboarders requires new skating facilities for them to use and some previous parks ...

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