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  • The BEAT March 10, 2017

    The BEAT March 10, 2017

    March 10, 2017

    The level of competition for one-act play in this broadcast is incorrectly identified as area. The one-act play will compete next at the bi-district level on March 21 at Canyon Randall. The area round would then follow at Midland Lee.

  • One-act play advances to bi-district

    One-act play advances to bi-district

    March 8, 2017

    The one-act play, By the Bog of Cats, advanced as one of the three plays including Denver City and Levelland which advanced to the bi-district level. All star cast included junior Cade Barnard as best actor, senior Nikki Loewen as best actress, sophomore Phiona Hiebert and senior Faith Klassen as all s...

    Winning role-- Junior Cade Barnard works on a scene during evening practice on Feb. 23. Barnard took best actor award at district, one of five SHS students to be recognized.

    Allen Lin

  • Indians fall in region final on Heritage buzzer-beater three

    Indians fall in region final on Heritage buzzer-beater three

    March 6, 2017

    The Indian basketball team took their play-off run up to the final two seconds of the region final on March 4, when a Midlothian Heritage's Kerrion Fields sunk a three-pointer to take a state berth away, 56-55. The Indians defeated Life School Waxahachie 58-50 in the region semifinal. Juniors Clayton...

    Region Runners Up

  • Junior wooed by NCAA Division 1 schools

    Junior wooed by NCAA Division 1 schools

    Katie Spradlin, Sports Editor

    February 13, 2017

    As soon as the football game ended, junior Reese Moore and his parents Todd and Cathy Moore loaded up their car and head to one of the many NCAA Division One colleges trying to recruit 6-foot, 6-inch, 265-pound Indian tight end and defensive lineman. Arriving late that night, the Moores  woke as...

    Tour of prospects-- Junior Reese Moore has criss crossed the nation in his quest for the right place to play college ball. He has been to over a dozen schools including SMU, UT and TCU.

  • Society skewed to either give or take

    Society skewed to either give or take

    Eva Neufeld, Editor in Chief

    January 23, 2017

    As technology progresses, so does the enablement of the world. People are enabled in every life situation. This giving up of power, means, competence or authority handicaps the world. Enabling comes in a variety of forms. A person can enable or be enabled at work, school, home and through technology....

    artwork by Anna Teichroeb

One-act play advances to bi-district

One-act play advances to bi-district

The one-act play, By the Bog of Cats, advanced as one of the three plays including Denver City and Levelland which advanced to the bi-district level. All star cast inc...

March 8No Comments

  • Upperclassmen can take summer nursing assistant class February 9
  • Cheerleader try outs to be held Feb. 27 February 9
  • Academic team competes in Wink February 6

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Society skewed to either give or take

Society skewed to either give or take

Eva Neufeld, Editor in Chief

As technology progresses, so does the enablement of the world. People are...

January 23No Comments

WIN OR LOSE: Fans support Tribe teams

WIN OR LOSE: Fans support Tribe teams

Anna Teichroeb, Op-Ed Editor

While the Indians were making their historic football run, they had something...

December 13No Comments

BOXING MATCH OR CIRCUS: In the ring with Election 2016

BOXING MATCH OR CIRCUS: In the ring with Election 2016

Eva Neufeld, Editor in Chief

The election of 2016 is one for the history books. One candidate has no...

November 4No Comments

  • BUSINESS AS USUAL: Theater program goes through changes but keeps status quo September 23
  • Food trends change as world becomes more aware September 22
  • Classes learn sewing skills May 3

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Indian track takes third in Tribe Relays

Indian track takes third in Tribe Relays

The Indian track team took third place with 133 points in the home meet on March 9. In the 100-meter dash, junior Bryce Karr took sixth in a time of 11.99 seconds. In...

March 10No Comments

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Arts/Entertainment

One-act play advances to bi-district

One-act play advances to bi-district

The one-act play, By the Bog of Cats, advanced as one of the three plays in...

March 8No Comments

SOUNDBITE: Netflix offers strange but delightful things

SOUNDBITE: Netflix offers strange but delightful things

Dusty Barron, Staff Writer

Oh, Halloween, why are you so far away? This is certainly the question...

February 14No Comments

Seniors advance to state debate meet

Seniors advance to state debate meet

Seniors Ashley Harder and Faith Klassen took second place in the district...

February 9No Comments

Speech team takes fifth at Tascosa meet

The speech team took fifth place at the Amarillo Tascosa meet on Feb. 4. In...

February 6No Comments

Choir qualifies 43 for state solo and ensemble

February 6

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Recent Sports Scores

  • Tuesday, March 21

    JV Softball

    Seminole 10 Mireya Diaz pitches complete win - Denver City (district) 5

  • Friday, March 17

    Softball

    Seminole 10 - Levelland (district) 0

  • Friday, March 17

    JV Softball

    Seminole 7 - Levelland (district) 6

  • Thursday, March 16

    Baseball

    Seminole 4 - Coahoma 5

  • Saturday, March 11

    Baseball

    Seminole 5 - Snyder Tournament (Shallowater) 6

  • Saturday, March 11

    JV Softball

    Seminole 8 - Hobbs Tournament (Hobbs) 14

  • Friday, March 10

    Softball

    Seminole 5 - Alpine 6

  • Friday, March 10

    M.Golf

    Seminole first

  • Friday, March 10

    W. Golf

    Seminole A team 2nd, B team 8th

  • Friday, March 10

    Baseball

    Seminole 10 - Snyder Tournament (Snyder) 7

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