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Mr. and Miss Cougar and Mr. and Miss All Around Student!

Mr. and Miss Cougar and Mr. and Miss All Around Student!

Bree Martin
March 2, 2015 • 617 views
Filed under News, Showcase, Student Life

Congratulations to the winners of the title of Mr. and Mrs. Cougar, Cory Kilby and JoJo Rogers, and the winners of All Around Student,  Jason Draper and Kyler Gilliam!  Congratulations to the finalists of Mr. and Miss Cougar, Tristan Doffin, Deion Seals, Presli Smith, Natalie Keel. Congratulations...

Feel Good. Give Blood.

Feel Good. Give Blood.

Becky Robnett, Reporter, Columnist
March 2, 2015 • 367 views
Filed under News, Student Life

Every two seconds someone needs blood, while less than ten percent eligible actually donate. As an organization it is dependent upon volunteer blood donors. So it is always in need of donors, one donation can save up to three peoples lives. The Oklahoma Blood Institute, or OBI, is able to offer a variety...

Who’s Who?

Who’s Who?

Jacob Faulkenberry, Writer/Photographer
March 2, 2015 • 657 views
Filed under Entertainment, News, Showcase, Student Life

This years Who's Who, we select students from the senior class, to see who fits into what category. They judge this on personalitys, how they act with others. The Best-Bromance goes to Justin Latham, and Quaid Johnson. The Best Car goes to Landon Yockey, and Addison Rhynes. The Best-Dressed...

Ada High Receives Multiple Threats of Violence

Ada High Receives Multiple Threats of Violence

Aaron Compton
February 18, 2015 • 653 views
Filed under News, Showcase

This week at Ada High School has been crazy. There have been two threats in just the past three days. One was on Tuesday, when a threat was discovered in the girl's bathroom written on the stall. The second threat greeted students when they arrived for school on Thursday morning. The spray painted...

Penny For Our City

Penny For Our City

Becky Robnett, Reporter, Columnist
February 10, 2015 • 481 views
Filed under News

In August of 2010, people of Ada voted in the one-cent sales tax extension, which was to be saved and used for city improvement. It was for a period of five years and is now being used for improvements on the Ada fire stations, police department, sport complexes, raw water line engineering study, downtown...

Sharknado Three:The Megamouth

Sharknado Three:The Megamouth

Jenna Rose Demastus, Senior Editor
February 10, 2015 • 682 views
Filed under News, Science Articles

On November 15, 1976 the first Megamouth shark was caught by a U.S. Navy ship off the coast of Oahu, Hawaii. It was a small shark measuring at 446cm but it had a large mouth. This Shark is extremely rare due to the fact that it lives deep within the ocean. "The second individual was caught by anglers...

“Juan” Poet to Rule Them All

“Juan” Poet to Rule Them All

Becky Robnett, Reporter, Columnist
February 10, 2015 • 449 views
Filed under News, Showcase, Student Life

On January 29th, a select few Ada High School Students competed against one another in the Poetry Out Loud competition. The twelve students recited a poem of their choosing from the Poetry Out Loud website,  http://www.poetryoutloud.org/. The contest is for the grades 9-12, with the exception of ...

Oklahoma Flu Outbreak Leaves 47 Dead

Oklahoma Flu Outbreak Leaves 47 Dead

Ashley Worth, Senior Writer
February 10, 2015 • 400 views
Filed under Entertainment, Features, News, Showcase

The Flu is hitting the Sooner State hard this year. According to kfor.com, the Oklahoma State Department of Health announced that 1,206 people have been hospitalized with the flu since September. To make matters worse, this year's flu vaccine hasn't proven to protect people from the influenza strain that is ...

A “Rock” Solid Story

A “Rock” Solid Story

Jenna Rose Demastus, Senior Editor
February 10, 2015 • 435 views
Filed under News, Science Articles

Everyone has seen a rock at least once but have you ever imagined it could be alive. Well the scientist who discover Pyura chilensis defiantly did not. P. chilensis  belongs to the Ascidiacea class and the Tunicata subphylum. It is a non-moving filter feeder which is the same as the sponge. It attaches...

What’s your Story?

What’s your Story?

Aaron Compton
February 9, 2015 • 544 views
Filed under Entertainment, News, Student Life

The Ringling College Creative Awards is a national competition for students in grades seven through twelve. They will be helped to meet the challenge of communicating through a variety of media in this new century. This contest began on October 15 and goes on until February 15. There is no entry fee,...

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