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  • Kicking It Up In KYA

    Kicking It Up In KYA

    Ivy Neal, writer

    December 5, 2016

    For the first time ever Coach P proudly led his group of  38 delegates into the premises of the Kentucky Youth Assembly at the Crowne Plaza in Louisville. Here the TC delegates in both the “Senate” and the “House” could proudly debate all of the bills provided by fellow high school students. For... READ MORE »»

  • TCHS Students Host Veterans Ceremony

    TCHS Students Host Veterans Ceremony

    Ali Miller, Writer

    December 5, 2016

    Veterans Day is about the anniversary of the signing of the armistice and about the veterans being thanked for their service to the United States. At Taylor County High School, we had an assembly on November 11, and we invited veterans to come and be thanked for their service, for going out of the... READ MORE »»

  • Student Starts School Wide Charity

    Student Starts School Wide Charity

    Miranda Cox, Writer

    December 1, 2016

    Lauren Williams is a junior at Taylor County High School and she is already giving back to the community. Cardinal Cares is a school wide charity  Lauren started in which people may donate items to go to various places. Cardinal Cares was started by Lauren her junior year, and is in its first year.... READ MORE »»

  • Taylor County Girls Varsity Cross Country Runs at State

    Taylor County Girls Varsity Cross Country Runs at State

    By: Belinda Cheng, Writer

    December 1, 2016

    “Runners, please take two steps back behind the starting line,” the starting official announces. “Okay, ladies. We are going for time today. Do your best,” Coach Parker encourages as he jogs to get out of the way. “Ladies; to your mark.” A line of 207 state qualifying girls push up to the... READ MORE »»

  • Deadly Entertainment

    Deadly Entertainment

    Stephanie Affield, Writer

    December 1, 2016

    If all of us were thrown into purgatory it would be like finding a parking spot in the Walmart parking lot on Black Friday. Usually after gorging on turkey and sweet potatoes going out isn’t an option, but if you’re like Margaret and crashing through the electronics like a trojan horse for a se... READ MORE »»

  • Doctor Strange Review

    Doctor Strange Review

    Chelsea Carroll, Writer

    December 1, 2016

    On November 4, 2016 the Marvel Cinematic Universe (also known as MCU) brought yet another comic book character to life in their newest movie, Doctor Strange. Doctor Strange, directed by Scott Derrickson, follows the story of an egomaniacal surgeon, Doctor Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch). After... READ MORE »»

  • 3-Peating the Victory

    3-Peating the Victory

    Veronica Buis, Writer

    December 1, 2016

    This year, for the third year in a row, the Taylor County Marching Band won the title of Mid-States Champions. Bringing the trophy home for a third year in the band room, the band celebrates the championship and a wonderful end to the marching season. The Mid-States competition took place on Nov. 5, in Dayton... READ MORE »»

  • “Fantastic” Fantastic Beasts

    “Fantastic” Fantastic Beasts

    Alanna Elwood, Editor in-chief

    December 1, 2016

    Set in the whimsical era of 1920's New York, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them definitely captured the aura of its time with eccentric flappers, underground bars and hopeful immigrants. It not only entertained but also indirectly commented on today’s issues of intolerance by contrasting wizards with... READ MORE »»

  • Shirts For Life

    Shirts For Life

    Andie Woodcox, Staff Writer

    December 1, 2016

    So far this year, Taylor County High School has had an abundance of fundraising campaigns. From the Art Honors’ Society selling products from Uncle Jerry’s T's, to the Beef Jerky Drive held by Mr. Young and Mr. McQueen, to the FFA Food Can drive. Not to mention the constant selling of chocolates... READ MORE »»

  • Twinterviews

    Twinterviews

    Jackson Martin, Writer

    December 1, 2016

    Taylor County High School has a very abnormal number of twins walking its halls.  Only about 1.4% of pregnancies in the US result in multi-pregnancies (two or more children at the same time) and many end with only one embryo surviving the pregnancy.  Our high school is an anomaly due to the fact t... READ MORE »»

Features

A Not So Traditional Christmas

A Not So Traditional Christmas

Hayley Watson, Writer

Christmas time is here! As the Christmas season rolls around, treasured decorations find their way out of their boxes and beloved carols flood the radio waves. Traditions pas...  Read More »

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Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays!

Autumn Walters, Writer

If you were offended by the title of this article, chances are that you are one of many Christians that believe that the words “Happy Holidays” (Sorry, I said it again) ...  Read More »

Dec 1 • Comments closed

Art Honors’ Society Meets and Discusses Plans for the Future

Art Honors’ Society Meets and Discusses Plans for the Future

Andie Woodcox, Staff Writer

It’s that time of year again folks. The Art Honors’ Society has officially had its first meeting and has started with a bang. Already, the members are fundraising with...  Read More »

Oct 1 • No Comments

FFA; an Accomplished Club

Andrew Lowe, Writer

The national FFA organization has been serving our community and school here at Taylor county for decades, and shows no signs of slowing down. In fact, the club has recently...  Read More »

Oct 1 • No Comments

Gettin’ Crafty In Cook’s Kids

Gettin’ Crafty In Cook’s Kids

Ivy Neal, author

With the buzz and constant projects, life as a TC student can get very overwhelming very quickly. But for those unfamiliar with the title, Cook’s Kids is a great and often...  Read More »

Oct 1 • No Comments

GSPerfect

GSPerfect

September 1, 2016

Five Famous Sites You Should Visit

Five Famous Sites You Should Visit

September 1, 2016

Horton Hears a Plane

Horton Hears a Plane

September 1, 2016

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Opinion

Where did all the Magic go?

Where did all the Magic go?

Andrea Caulk, Writer

“It’s the most wonderful time of the year, with the kids jingle belling and everyone telling you 'be a good cheer' it’s the most wonderful time of the year!” When we were younger, Christmas was the most magical...  Read More »

Dec 1

No North Dakota Access Pipeline!

Sara Giles, Writer

In 1829, former President Andrew Jackson gave his inaugural speech and expressed his intentions to treat the Native population with a “just and liberal policy... which is consistent with the habits of our government and...  Read More »

Dec 1

Making America Debate Again

Miranda Blakeman, Writer

A triumphant roar engulfs bustling hallways packed with busybodies and sleepy kids; it is the second proceeding week of Donald Trump’s landslide electoral victory, and the shock factor hasn’t quite worn off yet. In this sit...  Read More »

Dec 1

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The student news site of Taylor County High School
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