Tiger Tales

PCHS helps the community

Eli Buck, Reporter

March 15, 2018

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In a society like today's, it can be hard to find help from teens. With games like NBA 2K18, GTA V, and Fortnite taking over the brains of teens, it's hard for parents to even get their kid to leave the room. But with our school c...

Holiday season without PCHS soldiers

Hannah Neese, Reporter

December 7, 2017

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Not all families get to spend the holidays with their loved ones. Some families such as the Wilkerson’s and the Cowan’s have to spend the holidays without their soldiers. As for Allison Craven, senior, she has to sometimes sp...

The Finals Fiasco

Tyler Teeters, Reporter

December 7, 2017

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Finals come every year at the end of the semester and somehow always manage to completely blindside students. Finals are usually worth at least 20% of students' grade. While that isn't enough to take the student from an A to a...

Three Quarter Threads business is booming

Carter Birch, Reporters

December 7, 2017

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Earlier this summer Geometry teacher, Jennifer Kolb started a t-shirt business called Three Quarter threads. It is a partner-owned business between Kolb and her sister. Three Quarter Threads only sells t-shirts at the moment and ...

Missing mascot puzzles students

Heaven Ingle, Reporter

October 1, 2017

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Starting off the 2017-2018 school year PCHS doesn’t have a mascot. The tiger at PCHS is the way the school is represented. Julie Koberstein, nurse and cheerleading coach at PCHS, said there hasn’t always been a tiger. “There’s...

Princeton pride proudly paraded

Sean Brock, Features editor, Opinions editor

October 1, 2017

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Many students have been asking about why we are having spirit points and what spirit points go towards. Stacy Hurt introduced the idea of spirit points earlier in the year and wanted people to start participating in spirit days. ...

Some areas underserved by sidewalks

Chandon Brucks, Reporter

October 1, 2017

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In the past few years Princeton has gotten many upgrades. The round about, the sidewalk around the square, the new parking lot by the old movie theater, these are just of the few things that happened around the town. Some hav...

Students move out while still in school

Eli Buck, Reporter

October 1, 2017

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People say that they are moving out, getting away, doing whatever they can to get out of the house and get away from the parents. Some do it after, some do it before graduating. Many students live on their own. Living on their...

Annual play disappearing

Katlynn Moore, Executive Producer

October 1, 2017

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Typically, in PCHS kids are accustomed to performing a play and a musical a year. However this year things are changing. According to Stacy Hurt, there will not be a school play this year. Hurt said there will be there wil...

Students to enter art into competition

Mikayla Cowan, Reporter

October 1, 2017

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In February Jim Wallace, art teacher, will start looking at and picking projects from the students trying to enter the Evansville Art Show. “Our primary art competition every school year is the Evansville Museum's Annual Hi...

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