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Blood Drive Saves Lives

Blood Drive Saves Lives

Miranda Downe, Junior Writing Editor

To increase student involvement in the community and provide the opportunity to save countless lives, Student Council hosted a blood drive in the auxiliary gym through Carter...

February 24

Teachers Race to Keep Pace in Fitbit Challenge

Teachers Race to Keep Pace in Fitbit Challenge

Brayden Ratcliff, Senior Reporter

To encourage being more active in the new year, 16 faculty members began a group "Fitbit Challenge" at the beginning of the second semester. Led by English teacher Leighann Fenter,...

February 9

Argyle to Host ‘Night to Shine’

Argyle to Host ‘Night to Shine’

Miranda Downe, Junior Writing Editor

In order to offer special needs students ages 14 to 25 in the North Texas area with a prom-like experience, 'The Well' church will be putting on 'A Night to Shine', sponsored...

February 7

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The Talon News V2. E2.

The Talon News V2. E2.

T'is the season to be jolly! The Talon News features a gatorade highlight video, the real meaning behind "Commit to the Standard", and the Flower Mound Christmas Tree Far...

December 13

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The Talon News V2. E1.

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The Talon News Broadcast V1. E2.

The Talon News Broadcast V1. E2.

February 4

The Glass Castle Earns Praise From Sophomore Class

The Glass Castle Earns Praise From Sophomore Class

Faith Stapleton, Photography Editor

During their sophomore year, students have to read The Glass Castle for their English class. Most students who normally don't enjoy the books students have to read in English end...

March 8

Maty Noyes Makes Herself Known With Debut EP

Maty Noyes Makes Herself Known With Debut EP

February 22

Grease Proves to be a ‘Must See’

Grease Proves to be a ‘Must See’

January 20

La La Land Has Critics Singing Praise

La La Land Has Critics Singing Praise

January 18

Betsy DeVos Not Good for Future of Public Education

Betsy DeVos Not Good for Future of Public Education

Christopher Piel, Sports Editor

In the first month of his term, President Donald Trump was able to get his pick for Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, confirmed in the Senate. In this historic event, the...

February 23

Winter Break Should Be Lengthened

Winter Break Should Be Lengthened

January 20

Exemption Policy Still in Need of Minor Fix

Exemption Policy Still in Need of Minor Fix

December 12

Lip Dub Worthy of Tradition, or Not?

Lip Dub Worthy of Tradition, or Not?

December 6

‘A Day in the Life’

‘A Day in the Life’

Elli Marusa, Reporter/Photographer

February 15

Science Binds Students in all Classes

Science Binds Students in all Classes

February 15

Valentine’s Day Expenses

Valentine’s Day Expenses

February 14

Freshman Looks Ahead to Promising Future in Singing

Freshman Looks Ahead to Promising Future in Singing

January 31

The student news site of Argyle High School
The student news site of Argyle High School