Nixa Journalism

Eagle Wings: Zac Rantz

Produced by EagleAir TV November 29, 2022

Zac Rantz, chief communication officer and safety coordinator for Nixa Public Schools, sits down with Eli Dean to sample some hot wings.

Cross-Country Heads to State

Paige Oyler, Website Editor November 4, 2022

Girls: Adelyn Janssen 92nd, Jenna Hefley 120th, Mackenzie Harris 127th, Erin Seale 132nd, Chloe McCormick 134th, Meliah Copley 140th and Brooklyn Bidinger 150th. Boys: Aaron Ashley 46th, Reyes Martinez...

Students from Ms. Durhams psychology class became human cheat sheets for their unit five test.

Human Cheat Sheets

Paige Oyler, Website Editor November 4, 2022

Students from Ms. Durham's psychology class became 'human cheat sheets' for their unit five test.

Book lovers rejoice

Hailey Deluca-Bolin, staff writer October 19, 2022

Readers, bookstore owners and families all over the Ozarks flock to attend the Friends of the Library semi annual book sale held at the Springfield Fairgrounds Eplex Center. There are two book sales each...

Junior Lotta Meseck from Germany (left) poses with her friends Senior Payton
LaRue and Zoe McQuerter for a spooky night at Hotel of Terror.

New Territory

Deliliah Neff, Staff Writer October 14, 2022

Friday night football games, homecoming and prom are typical experiences for the average American high school student. But those events are all foreign for some students. Nixa welcomed a handful of foreign...

Senior Lane Duncan admires his view from the stage

Amp it Up

Lydia Cheek, Photo Editor October 13, 2022

   Nixa bands have come alive this fall. Three bands, all made up of Nixa High School students, offer a variety of music genres. They are playing around the Ozarks.   The Rome Plows    Sophomores...

Sophomore Thomasina Brown poses for a picture during school spirit week. The theme for the day was Twin Day.

Students Plan Summer Travel

Deliliah Neff, Contributing Writer April 28, 2022

   Summer is rapidly approaching with irregular warm weather days, it’s time to start thinking about summer plans. Whether you’re going on vacation or staying at home and watching TV, it’s interesting...

George the snake crawls on his owners arm on April 14. George is a 5-year-old Ball Python who lives at Nixa High School.

Pets Slither into Classrooms

Mylie Dunn, Contributing Writer April 28, 2022

   Slithering snakes scare some people except William Dennis. In his class room at Nixa High School animals are encouraged to come. Some may be frightened but fear not, George, his class room snake...

People of the year

Maddie McCrea, Junior Copy Editor April 20, 2022

Person of the Year - Isaiah Holgerson Joyful, bubbly and encouraging, Nixa High School’s student body president Isaiah Holgerson has been involved in a multitude of clubs and extracurricular activities...

With the summertime comes an increase of high school students looking for new jobs. Many local shops and businesses are 
looking for employees.

Working Wonders

Zachary Street, Advertising Director April 20, 2022

There are 104 days of summer vacation, but how is one to find a good way to spend it? Earning money ranks at the top of the options list for some students. Students can find a wide variety of jobs available...

A design has been planned for the new food hall, which will be located on Mt. 
Vernon Street in Nixa.

New Food in Town

Brycen Osborne, JR Advertising Director April 20, 2022

A new change is happening in Nixa, the old grain mill on Mt. Vernon street is getting updated into a food hall. Rich and Leah Callahan, business owners and residents in Nixa hope for the establishment...

A Year Of Reflections

A Year Of Reflections

Darby Allen, Design Editor April 20, 2022

Freshman Taylor Hopper Question: What was your favorite part of this school year? Answer: "My favorite part of this school year was hands down basketball season. I love our family, I love the relationships...

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