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The spooks never have to end

Katelynn Mace, Reporter

December 6, 2017

Spooky vibes never have to end.  As Halloween is over as well as Thanksgiving the scary Fall feelings don’t have to leave.  Paranormal Activity is something people spend hours watching TV shows about, reading, and researching...

Speech class is helping the students

Allyssa DeHosse, Reporter

December 6, 2017

Dina Shipley is the speech teacher at Princeton Community High School. She has been teaching for nine years, she said. Shipley says that speech should be required because its is important to know how to communicate well. ...

PCHS is popping tags

Makenna Coleman, Reporter

December 6, 2017

  Thrift shops have been around for many years. Most teens don’t necessarily think of thrift shops as places to shop. However, many find gems at a low price all the time! Jacob Welton, Senior has been thrifting for ...

Students strive for stardom

Marissa Whetstone, Reporter

October 1, 2017

Kaleb Huff, a senior at Princeton Community High School, started his current YouTube channel three years ago and also had a channel before that. Huff started a channel because he enjoys messing around with computers, and he e...

Students express themselves through hair color

Katelynn Mace, Reporter

October 1, 2017

Expressing oneself is something many people at PCHS do, whether it be through sports or art classes.  However, some students decide to take an alternative route and go about things in a less academic way.  They do this by dyeing t...

Teacher of the Month: Crabtree

Madelyn Brewer, Reporter

October 1, 2017

Between his passion for sports and his family, teacher of the Month Daniel Crabtree has diverse interest. Crabtree has been teaching at PCHS for 4 years now. He teaches sociology, psychology, and world history at Princeton. Cra...

They don’t bite but they may poke you

Nathan Tovar, Reporter

October 1, 2017

It's always very hard to choose a pet to take care of and treat with extreme care and love. There's just so many options to choose from, cats, dogs, ferrets, gerbils, parrots, the list goes on. Senior Julien Brucks had no pro...

It’s never too early for prom

Heaven Ingle, Staff reporter

September 17, 2017

Starting the 2017-2018 school year PCHS Junior Advisory has already begun planning prom. Prom may be 7 months away but according to Melissa Taylor, PCHS junior advisory leader, planning should take up every month provided and tha...

Trees flourish around PCHS campus

Bailee Pierce, Editor-in-chief, news editor

September 17, 2017

Last year PCHS underwent the process of planting trees and shrubs for mitigation. Jim Maglis' classes helped plant and water the trees during the first few months after planting. Maglis also took his classes out to measure the ...

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