The Ranger Revolver


Having a grandma as a substitute is awesome

Blake Herring, guest writer

October 9, 2013

Filed under Guests, Voices

Having a grandmother as a high school substitute is a very rewarding thing. Not many people have a grandmother as a substitute. I love when she subs my class. Every time I find out that a teacher is going to be gone, I automatically...

Babysitting my brothers is conflicting

Cheyenne Casbeer, guest writer

October 9, 2013

Filed under Guests, Voices

As I walk into the house, the familiar scent of strawberry cheesecake candles greets me, and the house is silent and dark, but soon two rowdy boys will follow, and my fun-filled, sometimes crazy job as a babysitter, will soon...

Rap stereotype needs changing

Jonathan Brookshire, guest writer

October 7, 2013

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Stereotypes in music are impossible to escape. With country music comes the perception of a cowboy. With rock 'n’ roll comes the perception of long hair and tight pants. With rap, sadly comes the perception of degrading women...

Athletics and working out has lifelong benefits

Courtney Clark, guest writer

October 7, 2013

Filed under Guests, Voices

I feel like anyone should be able to be a part of the athletic system. It is not only for if you play a sport, but it's also for some people who don’t like to play sports but would like to be in shape or have muscle. Personally,...

Comic books are for you

Skyler Gallentine, guest writer

October 7, 2013

Filed under Guests, Voices

Comic Books by Some people associate the word "comic books" with 32-year-old men living in their grandmother’s basement. Though that may be true in some cases, it is only a stereotype. Other people also claim that comic...

A gamers life(s): 1 up!

A gamers life(s): 1 up!

December 4, 2012

My Marine biography: This is how I do it

Jeffery Ohmes, staff writer

November 12, 2012

Filed under Blogs

It all started when I was about five or six. I have always wanted to be in the military, and then I saw a commercial about the Marines and said “That’s it! That’s what I want to do.” Honestly it feels like a huge responsibility...

Car of fear: A student’s perception of the dreaded driver’s test

Garrett Spencer, guest writer

March 6, 2012

Filed under Guests, Voices

I hate it! I just want to leave the jail cell behind this steering wheel, but I was trapped like a bison on a cliff with Indians attacking. I slowly turned the key in the ignition, and my heart jumped out of my chest when the...

The night I was a celebrity

Jeff Hankins, staff writer

December 13, 2011

Filed under Blogs

(Editor's Note: With a goal of giving sick kids an enjoyable experience, several groups created an event, Night of  SuperStars, and senior, Jeffrey Hankins, was able to participate. Hankins is dealing with cancer while attending ...

Why you should volunteer

Robert Walker, staff writer

December 12, 2011

Filed under Editorials, News

Have you ever thought of volunteering? It is a great way to give back to the community and even the world. No matter the activity, any amount of volunteering can better your community. It can be beneficial to you, too. It can...

Concussion changes life for a while

Dustin Smith, staff writer

November 10, 2011

Filed under Voices

(Editor's Note: Governor Rick Perry signed House Bill 2038, Natasha's Law, into action beginning this school year. The law implemented specific rules about dealing with concussions received at school.) In the junior varsity footba...

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