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The senior class of 2021 get together prior to graduation. (Stacy Short | The Talon News).

An Overview of this Unforeseen School Year

Laney Richardson, Junior Reporter May 19, 2021

As we all know this school year has been a whirlwind for a number of reasons. It is pretty safe to say that we are quite relieved it is coming to an end. Our whole country had to figure out a new way to...

Student's use of the first amendment is put into question when it comes to social media (Photo Courtesy Staff).

Levy vs. Mahanoy Causes Concern Over the First Amendment

Sam Mykel, Reporter May 12, 2021

Social media has quickly become essential in today’s society. With many easily accessible platforms such as Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, Facebook, and others, controversies will likely arise. Recently,...

In person students and virtual students prepare to finish the year (Photo Courtesy Staff).

Virtual Learning Overall Impact

Laini Ledet May 11, 2021

As we reflect on the challenges and uncertainty of a pandemic, it is important to appreciate the teachers, students, and parents' ability to work together to navigate down this new alternative learning...

Drew Maupin feels at home with a keyboard and monitor in front of him.At home he uses these tools to play video games, live stream, and earn money.  (Ryan Ruth | Photographer)

Student by Day, Gamer by Night

Ryan Ruth, Junior Reporter April 14, 2021

Many teenagers and young adults love to play video games in their free time, but sophomore Drew Maupin has made it his job with an estimated $15,000 earnings coming for 2021. “The way I get paid is...

Shop Love Note owner Cayden Sizelove poses with a few of her clothing models before a shoot. (Photo Courtesy Cayden Sizelove)

Just a Little Love Note

Rylie Halk, Reporter January 27, 2021

Senior Cayden Sizelove has loved fashion her whole life. She vividly remembers being obsessed with halter tops around the age of seven. No matter the clothing trend, Sizelove was infatuated. As a self-made...

Senior Regan Ruffner has competed in pole vaulting since her freshman year (Photo Courtesy Regan Ruffner).

Soaring to Success

Laini Ledet, Reporter December 9, 2020

Senior and varsity track runner Regan Ruffner signed a scholarship with Texas A&M University for pole vaulting and will continue down the path of achieving her lifelong dream of becoming an Aggie.  “I...

New Assistance Principal Taylor Gilbreath learns how to navigate a new school during a pandemic. (Josh Fritz / The Talon News)

New Students, Teachers Deal with COVID-19 Precautions

Sarah Crowder and Ashlynn Roberts September 3, 2020

As the entire district is learning to adapt and overcome, new students and teachers are being thrown into an even more challenging set of circumstances.  “I’m glad things are working out, but I’m...

Virtual students meet through google meets (Nicholas West/The Talon News)

Insights on Virtual Schooling

Laney Richardson, Junior Reporter September 1, 2020

Our world has been turned upside down, and we now have a "new normal." From how we greet each other to how we go out to dinner, life has drastically changed. We left for spring break excited about having...

Seniors sit on the track six feet apart from each other while waiting for their turn to walk across stage at the Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas on May 18, 2020. (Alex Daggett / The Talon News)

Seniors Cross Finish Line

Ashlynn Roberts , News & Social Media Editor May 20, 2020

Social distancing. Pandemic. Quarantine. For the Class of 2020, these are the things they will remember most about their senior year. Besides missing the typical spring senior year events such as...

Senior Hailey Hains created handmade masks to show her support for local health care professionals and first responders. (Photo Courtesy Hailey Hains)

Making A Difference

Senior Encourages Others To Be Proactive
Hailey Hains, Contributor April 2, 2020

*Information Provided by Hailey Hains* Many people have asked me over the last few weeks, how do you feel about what is going on? As a senior in high school,  I am trying to navigate...

Student ambassadors share their country's culture through food, music and activities at the Multi-Cultural Day Fair on February 26, 2020 at Argyle High School. (Gracie Hurst / The Talon News)

Across the Globe: Argyle’s First Multi-Cultural Fair

Gracie Hurst, Junior Reporter March 4, 2020

Student ambassadors and AP World History teacher Matthew Woody hosted our school's first annual Multi-cultural Fair as a way to celebrate diversity and cultures that have representation in our school. "I...

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