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Taking in downtown Lawerence

Taking in downtown Lawerence

Story by McKenna Hodges, Online editor

June 13, 2019

Music floats through the air in downtown Lawerence as a street player picks at his guitar. A young college student speed walking with a coffee in one hand and a book in the other. A t-shirt shop on one corner and a surf shop on the next, all with a unique story to tell. 

Gallery: Construction update

Gallery: Construction update

Story by Joseph Lee, Print Editor

June 12, 2019

Below is an update on the construction process that our school is undergoing. 

Turner and Robinson earn first in three events at state

Turner and Robinson earn first in three events at state

Story by Matthew Moore, Managing editor

June 12, 2019

This year at the Kansas State Track and field meet, two juniors earned first in three events. Faith Turner triple jumped 38’10” and long jumped 19’2.5”. Turner worked mainly with her jump coach, Rob Cummings. “[Faith] is so coachable and can make adjustments on the fly,” Cummings...

Gallery: National Archery Qualifiers

Gallery: National Archery Qualifiers

Story by Francisco Castaneda, Photographer

June 12, 2019

Featured below are the Archery National Qualifiers, which include Freshmen Emily Schneider and Beth Blessent, junior Nic Bastion and senior Ben Blessent.  

Nicole Konopelko named Runner Up for Journalist of the Year

Nicole Konopelko named Runner Up for Journalist of the Year

Story by Lane Phifer, Reporter

May 20, 2019

After winning Kansas Journalist of the Year on Feb. 24, senior Nicole Konopelko, along with 50 other 2019 State Journalists winners, was given the opportunity to submit her portfolio to the National Journalist of the Year competition. However, Konopelko was selected as runner-up. The competition ...

Junior Dominic Hyatt balances his 50 hour work week with his school work

Junior Dominic Hyatt balances his 50 hour work week with his school work

Story by Hannah Gray, Reporter

May 20, 2019

Junior Dominic Hyatt finds it difficult to balance his job, school life and home life. Dealing with his home life and school work while working up to 50 hours a week fills his schedule. According to Hyatt, after he turned 16, he immediately went out and looked for a job hoping to fill the holes in ...

The places we’ve been

The places we’ve been

Story by Ashlan Brooks and Sarah Alacantar

May 20, 2019

Below is an interactive representation of places that the Pittsburg High School (PHS) student body and staff have been. Each colored area is a place that someone from PHS has been.  Feel free to click on each marker to learn the stories and memories students and staff have made.  This map may...

Trifecta of broken records

Trifecta of broken records

Story by Natalie Talent and Emma Lawson

May 17, 2019

Student-athletes, Joel Kafka, Laken Robinson, and Faith Turner breaks records during their 2019 Varsity track season. Watch this video to learn more about them and what they do. 

Behind the scenes with Julian Archuleta

Story by Lane Phifer and Vincent

May 16, 2019

Invitation only was the title for this year's annual social issues play hosted and performed by the music repertoire class. This year's play focused on party culture along with drug and alcohol abuse.  Senior Julian Archuleta sat down and discussed his journey and how he was able to get into his...

Podcast: Senior Ross Laidler talks about his high school experience

Podcast: Senior Ross Laidler talks about his high school experience

Story by Keith Perkins and Ian Sullivan

May 15, 2019

Keith Perkins and Ian Sullivan interview guest, Ross Laidler about his high school experiences and plans for college. Click below to listen.  https://soundcloud.com/ian-sullivan-824817919/podcast-episode-1

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