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EagleAir TV, Oct. 21, 2021

EagleAir TV October 25, 2021

This episode of EagleAir TV features stories about the Crimson Corps Band, masks at Nixa High School, Harvest Fest at Silver Dollar City, Willow the service dog, the new stunt team and softball success....

Mask Rules Remain Controversial

Mask Rules Remain Controversial

Eli Dean, News & Sports Editor October 11, 2021

With schools back in session this fall, the debates over how to handle the COVID-19 pandemic have once again shifted to classrooms and school board meetings, and as each school district creates and changes...

U.S. Marines with Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force - Crisis Response - Central Command, take a moment to rest during an evacuation at Hamid Karzai International Airport, Kabul Afghanistan, Aug. 21.

Afghanistan: History Behind the Fight

Zachary Street, Jr. Advertising Director October 11, 2021

On Aug. 14, the Islamic extremist group, the Taliban, breached allied territory in Afghanistan with the intent to seize control of Kabul -- the capital of Afghanistan. The Taliban has since assumed control...

Provided by Allison Fleetwood

Updates

October 11, 2021

Theater: The new theatre performance “Singin’ in the Rain” will be on stage Nov. 15- 20. “ ‘Singin’ in the Rain’ is based on two film stars — she's in love with him, but he’s not in...

the Concerned Citizens of Nixa distribued these pamphlets to Nixa residents homes. 
“Get educated on current events, talk to your council members,” Giddens said. “Know what you are voting for.”

City conflict leads to recall vote

Brycen Osborne , Reporter October 11, 2021

Some Nixa residents are upset over how Nixa’s mayor, Brian Steele, enacted the mask mandate over the summer of 2020. Though the mandate ended April 30, those displeased with Mayor Steele signed a petition...

Speech and Debate coach Jay Williamson offers advice to speech and debate students.

Speech and Debate: Growing together

Maddie McCrea, Staff Writer September 28, 2021

   Speech and debate can attract people with many different interests. Whether it’s performance, learning skills applicable to life or being a part of a diverse community, students in speech and debate...

The Art Foundations class at Nixa High School, works on their drawing skills. Face masks became optional during summer school. In the art room students were excited to get their drawing on.  In this class my favorite is to draw, Abigail Muniz said.

Shedding the masks for summer

Braden Dennis, Managing Editor June 18, 2021

   Summer school amid the changing tide of the pandemic can be a hard switch from the COVID-19 school year, but it’s one that Nixa high school summer school students are tackling.    With the...

Executive Decisions

Executive Decisions

Gracie Schwarz, Copy Editor April 29, 2021

Joseph Biden has been the President for around 100 days. In this time, Biden has made quite a few changes to the executive branch. By Mar. 8, Biden signed 44 executive orders, which is 17 more than the...

Mask mandate ends; Nixa responds

Mask mandate ends; Nixa responds

Madison Madura, Contributing Writer April 27, 2021

   The first mask ordinance in Nixa was first issued on October 21, 2020. According to a press release written by Drew Douglas, the Director of Communications, Mayor Brian Steele said that the mask...

The writing center is open in room 241 during STAR and after school until 3:00.

Finding the advantages to summer school

Emma Hoffman, Contributing Writer April 27, 2021

For most high school students the thought of summer school is revolting. Summer is full of swimming, traveling, hanging out with friends, and playing outside; Not many people would like school to interfere...

On Target

On Target

Carlie Peters, Staff Writer April 26, 2021

Archery is coming to Nixa High School as an elective credit next year. Though the class is an elective credit, the curriculum will be similar to physical education. The class is replacing JROTC’s rifle...

An Injection of Hope

An Injection of Hope

April 23, 2021

It was an obscure Thursday in March last year that dashed the hopes of many to go on spring vacations. As time kept moving on, however, it became clear that Nixa students would have more than just spring...

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