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Expansion of Argyle

Expansion of Argyle

Jaclyn Harris, Reporter

June 14, 2017


Filed under Community, Front Page

Blood Drive Saves Lives

Blood Drive Saves Lives

Miranda Downe, Junior Writing Editor

February 24, 2017


Filed under Community, Front Page, News

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 Blood Care Wednesday. "Student Council sponsors two blood drives a year, and the purpose of the blood drive is just to get ...

Argyle to Host ‘Night to Shine’

Argyle to Host ‘Night to Shine’

Miranda Downe, Junior Writing Editor

February 7, 2017


Filed under Community, Front Page, News

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 by the Tim Tebow Foundation, Feb. 10. "[Students] are going to gain a really fun night, an inclusive night, a night where ...

‘Spear Phishing’ Scam Takes a Stab at Employees’ Information

‘Spear Phishing’ Scam Takes a Stab at Employees’ Information

Annabel Thorpe, Hannah Wood, and Jaclyn Harris

January 24, 2017


Filed under Community, Front Page, News

A spear phishing email was sent to an anonymous Argyle ISD faculty member on Jan. 18, requesting all current and past district employee W-2 forms. The email appeared to be sent from Superintendent Dr. Telena Wright, and the unnamed employee fulfilled the request, comprising 473 W-2 forms to an unknown sca...

Youth Organization to Host “Warming Hearts” Clothing Drive Next Month

Youth Organization to Host “Warming Hearts” Clothing Drive Next Month

Brayden Ratcliff, Senior Reporter

January 18, 2017


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The Argyle Youth Advisory Council (AYAC) was founded last year to teach members about local politics. In addition, the student-run organization has a focus on community service, and will be hosting the second annual Warming Hearts clothing drive at the Town Hall on Feb. 4. "We started Warming Heart...

Origins of Christmas Traditions

Origins of Christmas Traditions

Faith Stapleton, Photography Editor

December 20, 2016


Filed under Community, Front Page, Student Life

As Christmas time rolls around, people practice various traditions in celebration of the birth of Christ, such as putting up a Christmas tree, the tradition of Santa Claes, gift giving, and providing cookies for 'Old Saint Nick'. Putting up the Christmas Tree   A widely practiced Christmas tradit...

5 Things to do this Holiday Season

5 Things to do this Holiday Season

Miranda Downe, Junior Writing Editor

December 15, 2016


Filed under Community, Front Page, Student Life

With Christmas break right around the corner, these festivities are perfect to spend time with friends and family and spread holiday cheer. A Lone Star Texas at Gaylord Texan Nov. 10- Jan. 1 1501 Gaylord Trail · Grapevine, Texas 76051 USA A fun filled location with many events to offer, a visit ...

Vandalism Incidents Spoil Thanksgiving Break

Vandalism Incidents Spoil Thanksgiving Break

Brayden Ratcliff, Senior Reporter

December 2, 2016


Filed under Community, Front Page, News

According to police reports, multiple accounts of vandalism involving cars being egged were reported to authorities the nights of Nov.  25 and 26. The situation prompted victims to share how they were affected and provided a chance for admin to give advice on how to handle similar incidents. "I wa...

‘iGeneration’ State Performance Embodies Emotion, Pride

‘iGeneration’ State Performance Embodies Emotion, Pride

Miranda Downe, Junior Writing Editor

November 9, 2016


Filed under Band, Community, Front Page

After tackling a seemingly insurmountable amount of adversity, the marching band returned home with sparkling silver medals in hand. The band’s show, entitled iGeneration, was born from a concept of droids taking over human life and includes vocals and narration to emphasize a world riddled with te...

Brazilian Coffee Comes to Argyle

Brazilian Coffee Comes to Argyle

Campbell Wilmot, Junior Reporter

November 1, 2016


Filed under Community, Front Page

https://youtu.be/SnlzpOotWok With the addition of new restaurants, cafes, and a pharmacy making their debut, the town of Argyle is experiencing a change in atmosphere. One of these new businesses, the Coffee Tree Cafe, brings Brazilian culture with some tasty treats. Born in Campinas, Brazil,...

The Science Behind Breast Cancer

The Science Behind Breast Cancer

Miranda Downe, Junior Writing Editor

November 1, 2016


Filed under Community, Front Page

Throughout the month of October, football players wear pink socks, high schools have pink pep rallies, and the community is encouraged to support cancer survivors with pink clothing. However, most people don’t truly know what breast cancer is. The magnitude to which breast cancer affects the world...

The Aftermath of Lady Eagle Basketball

The Aftermath of Lady Eagle Basketball

Jocelyn Pierce, Reporter

June 27, 2016


Filed under Baseball, Community, Eagle Sports, Front Page

As the Lady Eagles go out with a bang (a 35-1 record for the 2015-2016 season), their goal of earning a "back to back" state championship has been conclusively accomplished. "Basketball season was so fun this year," Sophomore forward Gabby Standifer said. "It was my first year here but we're all...

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