FFA 2016-17 Banquet

Gabii Copeland, News Editor

May 23, 2017

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A time of food, fellowship, and fun. There were over 200 people in attendance at the 2016-17 FFA Banquet. Food was provided by the cafeteria, Wayne’s Meat, and all of the FFA parents. A few awards were presented at th...

Senior Ranks

Dylon Wilhoit, Assistant News Editor

May 22, 2017

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The Senior Class of 2017 has worked  throughout their entire high school career to obtain their prestigious class rank. A select few came out on the top of their class: Clarice Patterson, Danielle Baugh, Mackenzie Black, an...

Homecoming Follow Up

Gabii Copeland, News Editor

March 7, 2017

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The annual South Ripley Homecoming game took place on Friday, January 27, after the JV game, the homecoming festivities took place. Cady Garcia was crowned this year’s princess and Nick Hill was crowned this year’s prince....

Mr. Howard goes on vacation

Dylon Wilhoit, News Writer

March 6, 2017

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Mr. Max Howard, science teacher,  has been awarded the opportunity to venture off on a vacation or educational learning experience. Howard received the Eli Lilly grant. Lilly Endowment offers the Teacher Creativity Fellowship Program...

Trump’s Changes to the White House

Dylon Wilhoit, Assistant News Editor

February 14, 2017

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Now that 70 year old Donald Trump is officially the 45th President,  he has already begun to make big changes in the White House. South Ripley student Julie Almarez states her opinion on the matter and says “ I think Trump shou...

Polar Plunge 2017

Dylon Wilhoit, News Assistant Editor

February 1, 2017

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Students planning to participate in this year’s Polar Plunge that will take place on February 18 have begun collecting sponsorships. SR’s participation in this annual event has taken place for 10 years. Since 2010 South ...

Funky Days

Gabii Copeland, News Editor

January 18, 2017

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Every day is special in its own way. For the month of January, this year, there is a “funky” National Holiday Day on every day. These special days are ones that you would never expect to have a special day set aside. 1- ...

Snow isn’t always a good thing

Gabii Copeland, News Editor

January 16, 2017

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The snow falls fast and hard. The ice freezes everywhere. Are the roads safe for travel? The first snow day for school year was Thursday, January 5. A snow day is a day on which a school or other institution is closed due to h...

Prepping for the SAT

Prepping for the SAT

December 12, 2016

SR Holiday Music Concert

Gabii Copeland, News Editor

December 6, 2016

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“We wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year!” The annual South Ripley Jr./Sr. High School Holiday Music Concert took place on Sunday, December 4. The Jr. High choir went first. They sang four songs. They sang ...

Student Council Pancake Breakfast

Kiley Sparks, News Writer

November 29, 2016

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   Every year the Versailles Lions Club along with Student Council members hold a Pancake Breakfast. The year’s annual Pancake Breakfast was held on Sunday, November 13. Not only does the high school Student Council help, but also the...

No Shave November

Dylon Wilhoit, Assistant News Editor

November 21, 2016

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November is here and it's time to let hair grow and flow. No shave November is a time when some people choose to  let their hair grow to raise awareness about cancer. Since most cancer patients lose their hair, people all ove...

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