Hudgins, Warnick take over reigns of Jacket Buzz

October 6, 2011

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Senior Courtney Hudgins and junior Neal Warnick are editor and assistant editor of the online newspaper. Both are top students and are involved in many extracurricular activities. Hudgins is in the National Honor Society,...

Creech: Innings, seasons bring lessons

Hunter Creech, staff writer

June 1, 2011

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   Being a freshman on varsity is not very easy. You have to work very hard, and make sure to go 110 percent. Many coaches pick sophomores, juniors, and seniors over freshmen. However, our coach went by talent and how good y...

Wilson: Focus on the individual

Winter Wilson, staff writer

June 1, 2011

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 It happens every day in the school hall, during gossip time and when walking down the streets. Everybody does it but we are not always willing to admit to it. It goes on all over the world but that still does not make any of...

Whitney: Freshman year flew

Blake Whitney, staff writer

June 1, 2011

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   Freshman year started on August 2, the first day of two-a-days, and it has been an adventure ever since.  The year has been full of excitement and surprises, and now I am relieved that it is over, but at the same time I ...

Phillips: I’ll remember Mineola

Brianne Phillips, Editor-in-Chief, yearbook

May 24, 2011

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As I was reading some old issues of The Dallas Morning News I came across a very moving story. The writer was reminiscing about her home town and growing up in the Metroplex. Growing up in the small town of Mineola created a lot o...

Warnick: Competitors persevere

Neal Warnick, staff writer

May 6, 2011

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   Dragging yourself into drama practice every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday after baseball practice makes for a tiring and long day. Leaving home for school at 7 a.m.  and not getting home till 9:30 p.m. wears a kid.  ...

Whitney predicts UConn win

Blake Whitney, staff writer

April 4, 2011

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  The college basketball season is coming to an end as the two best teams, Butler and UCONN, will play in the NCAA Tournament Championship game at 8:23 p.m. on Monday, April 4.  To get to the big game Butler defeated VCU 70-62...

Hide & chic: top fashion trends for spring

Ashley Ray, fashion columnist

March 4, 2011

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70’s Sophisticate- We all want that vintage vibe in our wardrobe, that essence of an era gone by. And we want to cherry pick the sleekest, sexiest, and most stylish looks from it. This season countless designers have decided to ...

RYLA provides leadership lessons

Andrew Epps, staff writer

February 18, 2011

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  RYLA is short for the Rotary Youth Leadership Award. Experiencing RYLA first hand was something special. It taught me something’s about me and how I work with others. I know some who went to RYLA might not have gotten the ...

Pet iPhones don’t complete a life

Andrew Epps, staff writer

February 2, 2011

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An iPhone is a valuable tool that helps most people. The iPhone helps us take pictures, text and just organize our lives. It’s a very helpful tool that just makes our lives that much easier and helps us do easy day-to-day stuff....

Fashion for the sole: boots made for walkin’

Winter Wilson, staff writer

February 2, 2011

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  When walking down the hallway we see many different colors, sizes, and brands of boots.  Some are covered in mud and others look brand new.  The stitching on one pair of boots can be completely different then another ...

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