• Day of Service

    Day of Service

    Adeline Rigby, Staff Writer

    June 1, 2017

    As the end of the school year grows nearer, students and teachers alike become more lax in their actions and mentality. In contrast to the rest of the school, administration is cracking down. Specifically on fines, and in order for students to complete their year with a yearbook, students willingly...

    Students tie blankets for charity.

  • New Four-Way Stop Brings Safety

    New Four-Way Stop Brings Safety

    Lindie Bell, Staff Writer

    June 1, 2017

    Just South of Highland lies an intersection that used to bring danger and confusion to all those who would drive through it. Cars traveling East-West were stuck behind a two way stop sign, with low visibility of what was coming towards them. Cars parked on 17th east blocked their view, causing many east-...

    Cars stop at the new stop sign

    Meira Clifford

  • Day of Service Helps Highland Community

    Day of Service Helps Highland Community

    Kyle Adams, Senior Editor

    June 1, 2017

    On the third-to-last day of the school year, classes were cut short to give Highland students a chance to give back to their community and country. Three stations were set up in the main gym to allow students to drift to and work on each. In addition to the festivities in the gym, there was also a bl...

    Books of animals colored by highland students made to help refugee children learn english.

    Kyle Adams

  • Why Smoking is Bigger in Europe

    Why Smoking is Bigger in Europe

    Hannah Henderson, Staff Writer

    May 30, 2017

    As you walk down the streets of Salt Lake City, you will occasionally pass someone smoking a cigarette, but usually not very often. As you walk down the streets of Split, Croatia, though, every few people you pass are smoking cigarettes. The difference of people who smoke in America versus Europe is...

  • Highland Gains Leadership Class

    Highland Gains Leadership Class

    Adeline Rigby, Staff Writer

    May 30, 2017

    Dark hallways, low ceilings, pipes running through the classroom, heaters running in May, and steamy bathrooms are all physical blemishes of Highland. Just as the physical building stands in need of many improvements, Highland is working on refurbishing its policies and leadership roles. As Highland...

Day of Service

Day of Service

Adeline Rigby, Staff Writer

As the end of the school year grows nearer, students and teachers alike become more lax in their actions and mentality. In contrast to the rest of the school, administration is cracking down. Specifically on fines, a...

June 1, 2017No Comments

Power Figures Dominate Highland’s Courtyard

Power Figures Dominate Highland’s Courtyard

Kat Schilling, Staff Writer

Scattered around Highland are many art pieces that were on display for Tartan Festival.  Among these impressive pieces of art are a series of statues sitting, unexplained, beneath one of the trees in the courtyard. The...

June 1, 2017No Comments

New Four-Way Stop Brings Safety

New Four-Way Stop Brings Safety

Lindie Bell, Staff Writer

Just South of Highland lies an intersection that used to bring danger and confusion to all those who would drive through it. Cars traveling East-West were stuck behind a two way stop sign, with low visibility of what was...

June 1, 2017No Comments

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The Highland Community Scrambles to See this Egg-Cellent Show.

The Highland Community Scrambles to See this Egg-Cellent Show.

Kyle Adams, Senior Editor

This spring, the Highland theater program graced the stage of the Little Theater with their production of William Shakespeare's Macbeth. Highland seniors Sawyer Wood and Isabella Giordano led the play in the roles of Macbeth an...

May 24, 2017No Comments

  • The Future for Rams Baseball May 18, 2017
  • With a Whistle and a Toot this Concert Was a Hoot. May 17, 2017
  • Kathy Stringham May 12, 2017
  • “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” for Christian Whisenant May 11, 2017

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From Coach to Counselor

From Coach to Counselor

Parker Smith, Sports Editor

A missed shot and a turnover pulls a frustrated player off the court. The first face to greet them on the bench is assistant boys’ basketball coach Parker Vranes, with a happy smile and advice ready...

May 30, 2017No Comments

Herriman Smothers Highland In Rugby Championship

May 14, 2017

Powderpuff Tradition Revived

Powderpuff Tradition Revived

May 13, 2017

Jazz Nation Ends Season On A High Note

Jazz Nation Ends Season On A High Note

May 12, 2017

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