Preparing For Band UIL

Magalie Ochoa, Staff Writer

April 20, 2018

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Now that marching season has been put to sleep, Concert season is awakened. With marching practices, contests, and state over, the band now focuses on UIL. For the past couple of months the three bands, Concert, Symphonic, and...

Mrs. Price’s Retirement

Annabelle Graham, staff writter

April 10, 2018

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After 31 years of exceptional teaching, Mrs. Emily Price has made the decision to retire from physics at Waxahachie High School. Mrs. Price attended school at Texas A&M University and initially studied for a degree in Wildlife...

Student Profile

Sierra Klag, Staff Writer

October 9, 2017

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Originally from Brenham, Texas, Mikayla Gurley joins us at Waxahachie for her last year of high school. With a strong interest in cars, she participates in auto-tech as part of her extra-curricular activities. Outside of school,...

Weekly Couch Talks!

September 27, 2017

Matthew Stafford, highest paid player in NFL history.

Ethan Harriman

September 7, 2017

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Matthew Stafford is being paid about $135 million over a 5 year span. He is, as of now, the highest paid player in NFL history. Stafford has been with the Detroit Lions ever since he was drafted in 2009. His signing bonus is a...

Hallway Madness

September 7, 2017

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There are many things that cause people to become impatient, for example crowded airports, long lines at concerts or even going shopping on Black Friday, but nothing is worse than the hallways at WHS. As the student growth ha...

Marching Into a New Year

Emily Bowers, Staff Writer

September 5, 2017

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As the school year kicked off on Aug. 21, marching band students are adjusting accordingly. Considering band camp has been in action for almost a month, the students are well accustomed to being at school all day. Anyone familiar...

New in Town

Sierra Klag, Staff Writer

September 5, 2017

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Many new students have enrolled in Waxahachie High School this year. Whether you've just arrived to the area or switched schools, starting fresh can always be a little nerve-racking. Being a new student myself, I can relate to...

Groups Get Together To Help Harvey Victims

Raevyn Bell, Staff Writer

September 5, 2017

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At Waxahachie's first home game today, there will be a semi-truck to help collect items for Hurricane Harvey victims. In the early morning of a normal school day, two students stir up the courage to walk up to the principles office...

Harvey Helpers

Julie Bow, photographer

August 31, 2017

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Due to the recent tragedy from Hurricane Harvey, people all around Texas are coming together to help. Many first responders and people of the community are eager to help, but many may end up in the same boat if they can't get...

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