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Homecoming is about to “Glow” Down on Sept. 30 this year. Students prepare to dress in neon in coordination with the theme.

Exciting Homecoming Events are Happening around Eagle High

Masina Wooley, Designer September 22, 2023

“My favorite Homecoming event is the football game,” said junior Marley Chinapen. The Homecoming football game, dance, spirit week and parade are all events many students at Eagle High get excited...

September News Briefs

September News Briefs

Sydnee Seeley, Copy Editor September 22, 2023

Acting  The acting II/advanced acting class is getting ready for the district competition in November, and are getting ready for their upcoming play called Flaming Idiots coming in October.  Band  The...

The American flag is flying high at Eagle High, and soon a new generation of voters will be able to impact the American Government.

Seniors are Getting the Chance to Make a Change

Laura Ford, Design September 22, 2023

With 2024 approaching quickly, the U.S. presidential election is beginning to heat up, and this year, the senior class gets the opportunity to cast their votes for the next president of our country. It’s...

Students in the ASL club gathered together to build their knowledge on interpreting American Sign Language while at poetry night.

Eagle High’s ASL Club is going to rock the school with their upcoming poetry and storytelling competition

Cole McAdams, Copy Editor April 10, 2023

American Sign Language, commonly known as ASL, isn’t a language that’s on many students’ minds on a daily basis. Even though ASL is a language that millions of deaf Americans and Canadians use as...

Club Briefs

Club Briefs

Leah Barnes, Copy Editor April 10, 2023

Academic Decathlon  The team took home second place at the state competition in the large school division and first place in the Super Quiz competition. They also won the Mellodee Thornton Award...

Congress has approved many bills to send Ukraine more aid in the coming months.

The Russian invasion of Ukraine is ongoing

Sean Asay, Reporter April 10, 2023

It has been more than a year since Russia began their invasion of Ukraine. Since February of 2022 much has changed, and Ukraine continues to be a constant battleground.  Although it is unclear, many...

Students pose with vice principal Jonny Hullinger on his birthday. He has undoubtedly left an impact on the staff and students at Eagle High.

Eagle High students and staff say farewell to a beloved vice principal

Grace Rasmussen, Photographer April 10, 2023

As Eagle High says goodbye to one of its most influential vice principals, the memories students and staff have created with him won’t be forgotten. Hullinger is the Senior vice principal here at eagle...

The NASA DART mission was conducted in September of last year.

Eagle High graduate makes history with NASA DART Mission

Cole Mcadams, Copy Editor April 10, 2023

In November of 2021, the world saw the beginning of a historic first for interplanetary defense with the NASA DART Mission. Almost a full year later, in September of 2022, the DART Satellite successfully...

Women’s voices are slowly but surely being heard. Many young women today take pride in educating themselves and those around them about women’s rights.

The month of March is for the ladies

Laura Ford, Media March 17, 2023

Arriving in the month of March, one can look forward to the weather warming up, spring break vacations and, of course, St. Patrick’s Day. However, March is also the month to celebrate women. March is...

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the National Weather Service have issued many winter storms warnings for the west coast and Idaho recently.

The western United States has experienced an unusually late winter

Sean Asay, Photographer March 17, 2023

This past February and March has seen an extreme weather phenomenon raging across the United States, creating unique conditions, as well as some destruction.  Winter storms, an uncommon feat for the...

March Club Briefs

March Club Briefs

Leah Barnes, Copy Editor March 17, 2023

Academic Decathlon  The club is preparing for the state competition in Marsing, Idaho on March 17 and 18. Any students interested in joining next year’s team should talk to coach Heather Pinder or...

On Feb. 3, a train hauling many toxic chemicals derailed in East Palestine, Ohio.

Train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio causes concern

Leah Barnes, Copy Editor March 17, 2023

On Feb. 3, a train derailed and crashed in East Palestine, Ohio, sending a plume of smoke into the air that hovered over the town. While any train wreck is dangerous, this one stood out because the train...

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