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Future Artist in the Making

Andrea Caulk, Writer
March 2
Filed under News

On Monday February 20th, 2017 TCHS Art Honors Society held an art camp for the elementary school children. Around 18  high schoolers chowed up on their day off of school to  come together and  give kids an experience of a lifetime. The theme of the camp was “natural opposites”. The projects...

A Potential New Club

A Potential New Club

Landon Simmons, Writer
March 2
Filed under News, Opinion

We should be very grateful for our new school and the students who attend it. The building itself is very safe, and there seems to be very little bullying among peers. That’s not to say that our school is perfect, however. Bullying does happen and people do get hurt, both physically and emotionally...

Upcoming Drama Productions

Andrew Lowe, Andrew Lowe
February 3
Filed under News

It’s That time of year again! Time to start thinking about the upcoming TCHS Drama productions. This time around there will be two one act plays instead of one larger two act play. This allows for more students to participate and also to portray characters in the play that they find best fit. The f...

Nerd Club

Meghan Sanford, Writer
February 3
Filed under News

With the recent move into the new high school, students have been working on settling into their new routine of classes and extracurricular activities. While the list of clubs at TCHS already exceeds most other schools in the area, there is a surprising lack of science-based activities that students can pa...

Why to NOT Drink Mountain Dew

By: Belinda Cheng, Writer
January 19
Filed under News

In the older films with cheesy lines and obviously fake situations, poison is often portrayed in an uncomfortable green color with big “X” over a skull. The protagonists of these scenes then stray away from this undeniable harm. However, in today’s society, this everyday poison is sold in rest...

Taylor County Girls Varsity Cross Country Runs at State

Taylor County Girls Varsity Cross Country Runs at State

By: Belinda Cheng, Writer
December 2
Filed under Features, News, Sports

“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...

‘Tis the Season to Be Spending

‘Tis the Season to Be Spending

Mariah Cox, Writer
December 1
Filed under News

Christmas is fast approaching, and for most of us it is something we look forward to every year.  But what about this holiday makes us count the days until its arrival?  Is it food, spending time with family, or tradition?  Though we may not realize it, unfortunately most of look forward to the gifts...

Long Live Club Day

Landon Simmons, Writer
December 1
Filed under News

Remember back in the olden days when we students had to take initiative when it came to getting to club meetings after school? We all do, and we all remember the relief of finding out TCHS had created a monthly “Club Day” so that we wouldn’t have to worry with the hassle of getting ourselves to ...

Legacy of Flight

Legacy of Flight

Meghan Sanford, Writer
November 1
Filed under News, Student Life

As of recently, flight programs in Kentucky high schools have grown at an unbelievable rate. As little as five years ago, Taylor County was one of only a couple schools that participated in the annual Wing Design Competition hosted by the National Air and Space Engineering Institute, which has since grow...

Training Global Citizens

Training Global Citizens

Landon Simmons, Writer
October 1
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Students at TCHS may be pleased to learn that there is yet another great club that is now available for them to join: The Traveling Cards. Karen McAnelly, the woman also behind the Drama Club, has created this new club specifically aimed at foreign exchange students and those who plan to go on eithe...

Road Map to College

Road Map to College

Miranda Cox, Writer
October 1
Filed under News

Stressed about college? Don’t know where to start the college journey? If you answered yes to those questions you are not alone. Many people believe they have to wait until their senior year to begin thinking about college, but that is not true. College preparation begins freshmen year or earlier. Yo...

Alumni Spotlight: Aaron Watson

Alumni Spotlight: Aaron Watson

Hayley Watson, Editor
October 1
Filed under News

Taylor County High School hopes to be the bridge that leads its students to the career they are destined to be in. Our school tries to offer the best education to prepare us for college or for the workforce. However, most people underestimate the power of electives and clubs have on students. For 201...

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