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Pep Assembly takes new format in COVID world

Pep Assembly takes new format in COVID world

About the Writer AHS Yearbook Staff, Photographer

October 2, 2020

School looks different this year amid COVID precautions. While some events have been canceled, others have managed to adapt to the changing times. The Ada High student council team managed to salvage pep assemblies this year by moving them outdoors and incorporating activities that allow for soci...

Joe Exotic: The New King of Netflix

Joe Exotic: The New King of Netflix

About the Writer Monica Guajardo, Staff Reporter

April 6, 2020

As President Trump and the tribal and state leaders of Oklahoma increase safety protocols in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, folks are stuck at home (with their kids) searching for entertainment. Upon scrolling through Netflix, a new show popped up on my recommended feed: The Tiger King. Spoiler alert ...

Ada High School Entrepreneurs: Colee Rogers

Ada High School Entrepreneurs: Colee Rogers

About the Writer Monica Guajardo, Staff Reporter

February 29, 2020

Colee Rogers, 18, is a senior at Ada High School. Rogers is a hardworking student and athlete. She has an affinity for art and design. Her junior year of high school, and part of the summer, she started making beaded necklaces, anklets, and bracelets. "I always made necklaces and I just gave them o...

Cougar Nation: Basketball

Junior Jaxson Robinson fakes right tryin to break through two McAlester defenders.

About the Writer CNN Staff, Videographer

February 28, 2020

Check out this Cougar Nation video to catch highlights from this year's basketball teams.

Humans of Ada

About the Writer Cheyene Howell, Photo Editor

February 27, 2020

“Sole”mates

About the Writer Luken Sloan and Jade branch

February 19, 2020

Like many other articles of clothing, what pair of shoes a person wears can be indicative of their personality in many aspects - creativity, comfort, finances, etc. What is available at any specific time certainly plays a role in choosing what to wear, but so does the financial, emotional, and social...

Streaming services are quickly driving us to piracy

Streaming services are quickly driving us to piracy

About the Writer Karla Charqueno, staff reporter

February 14, 2020

It's pretty clear by now that people take TV seriously. There are fan accounts on social media, petitions made for keeping a canceled show, fan-made art, posters and stories that can be found all over the internet. Numerous apps, like Amino, host communities full of people who want to show solidarity for...

Is Vaping Actually Safer?

Is Vaping Actually Safer?

About the Writer Delaney Beak, Editor

February 14, 2020

2000 people have lung diseases linked to vaping. 47 people have died from these diseases. Vaping has become a widespread epidemic. Many teenagers and young adults do it as a safer alternative to smoking since it does not contain tobacco which has cancer-causing chemicals in it. Until recently,...

Australia Fights for Survival

Millions of acres in Australia are being consumed by hundreds of wildfires.

About the Writer Delaney Beak and Cheyene Howell

January 21, 2020

15.6 million acres of land are burning in Australia and at least 25 people and an estimated 1 billion animals have died. In June of 2019, a brush fire began near Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia. Brush fires are not uncommon in Australia, especially during the dry season. But these fires spread rapidly,...

2020 Senior Superlative winners announced

2020 Senior Superlative winners announced

January 16, 2020

2020 Superlative Winners   All-Around Boy: Jake Shannon   All-Around Boy Finalists: Landon Swopes Canaan Miller Enoch Porter Matt Maloy   All-Around Girl: Torri Bray   All-Around Girl Finalists: Carly Weems Kara Keith Katy Kemp ...

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