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‘It’s about the giving’

Madeline Sanders, Section Editor

December 12, 2017No Comments

With a goal of raising $2,000 for the American Heart Association, students are selling homemade cookies and stuffed bears outside of teachers Sherria Bracey a...

Cheer to hold annual Shop and Drop

Arushi Gupta, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017No Comments

The cheer team will be hosting their second annual Shop and Drop event this Friday. Kids will have the opportunity to spend a fun evening with the cheerlea...

Student Council to host stress presentation

Lulu Butler, Section Editor

December 6, 2017No Comments

As midterms quickly approach, tensions and stress build as students face the many assignments, quizzes, reviews, and tests they are required to complete....

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Flag-bearing family

Erika Jenkins, Staff Writer

December 13, 2017No Comments

“One, two, and three, four!” In unison, the winter guard sweeps their flags into the air, catching them at a precise angle. They repeat the move s...

Nia in Nepal

Madeline Sanders, Section Editor

December 11, 20171 Comment

Adding more stamps to their full passports, a trip that “has always been on her parents’ minds” brought freshman Nia Marwaha and her family to t...

Examining his future

Jackson Willard, Staff Writer

December 8, 2017No Comments

As he observed from a few rows back, senior Noel Augustine took notes on how the professional finished a procedure on a patient. But this wasn’t f...

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Video: Choir spreads Christmas cheer

December 13, 2017No Comments

The a capella choir and varsity muses took a trip around the community last Thursday to spread Christmas cheer.

Friendsgiving: Greyson Finch and Cade Krisher

Mary Catherine Wells, Editor-In-Chief

November 26, 2017No Comments

Friendsgiving: Clay Parker and Grant Dennis

Mary Catherine Wells, Editor-In-Chief

November 26, 2017No Comments

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Girls basketball to participate in Princeton tournament

Drew Doig, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017No Comments

The girls basketball team (10-5) will compete in the Princeton basketball tournament Thursday through Saturday. The team will face Lubbock Christian at ...

Boys basketball to play in Granbury tournament

Alexis Russell, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017No Comments

The boys basketball team (3-4) will compete in the Van Griffith Kia tournament in Granbury this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. After going 2-2 in the Prosper ...

Football ends season in area playoffs

Benjamin Nopper, Staff Writer

December 1, 2017No Comments

The football team found itself in a tough spot on the week of October 7. The team had just lost its fifth consecutive game to begin the season and found i...

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New Star Wars store opens in the Villages

Noah Van Hooser, Staff Writer

December 13, 2017No Comments

The market behind collectibles has historically flourished with the support of enthusiasts behind various franchises and companies. Order 66 Toys and it...

Review: ‘The Disaster Artist’ is a hilarious, moving look at one of Hollywood’s biggest failures

Joe Cross, Staff Writer

December 8, 2017No Comments

Tommy Wiseau’s cult classic “The Room” is a very bad movie. Unlike other famously terrible movies like “Troll 2” and “Manos: The Hands of Fate...

Food Feud: A doughnut dilemma

Jackson Willard, Staff Writer

December 1, 2017No Comments

Doughnuts, an American food that fills the hearts of many with joy when they see that white box on their table. These ring-shaped circles of delici...

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Christmas music: Mess or magical?

Nicole Genrich and Katie Bardwell

December 11, 2017No Comments

Two Red Ledger staff members share their alternative views on Christmas music.         ...

Column: 18 things to do at 18

Katie Felton, Staff Writer

December 8, 2017No Comments

18: The age you technically become an adult in America. What a difference a number can make. You are no longer “owned” by your parents anymore, so you...

Column: In defense of the accused

Austin Keefer, Staff Writer

December 6, 2017No Comments

"It is better that 10 guilty persons escape than that one innocent suffer.” - William Blackstone Presumption of innocence is perhaps the most important fundam...

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