DHS Express

Scholarship opportunites

Scholarship opportunites

February 28, 2019

Patri-‘ART’

Brooke DuBose, Staff Writer

February 28, 2019

Every other week a new project is assigned to students in art class. Currently, students are to illustrate a drawing or painting that honors those in the military and veterans. “The project is a great way to get the students...

Giving back with blood

Giving back with blood

February 28, 2019

Lopez and Palma hold the winning certificate.

Fashion show success

February 21, 2019

Lifting season begins

Alissa Stehle, Staff Writer

February 14, 2019

With weeks of preparation, powerlifting has finally begun with new lifters and few returners who are leading the way and setting an example. “As a senior, I make sure to be an example for the young lifters and make sure the...

Few courts too short

Karli Geyer, Staff Writer

February 14, 2019

As all teams do, the tennis team has struggles and obstacles that they must work around daily. One of the most obvious being only having four courts to play and practice on. “I think the hardest part of tennis is being restric...

Warhorses advance to playoffs

Brooke DuBose, Staff Writer

February 14, 2019

With a record of 12-12, the Warhorses have advanced into playoffs. “So far in the season we’ve done pretty decent,” junior Kam’eren Adams said.  “We’ve come a long way and are improving each and every day.” Wi...

Picking up hobby

Kaylah Hollembeak, Staff Writer

February 14, 2019

For two years, sophomore Michael Cubriel has been playing the bass guitar. He decided to pick up bass guitar because of band. “I started playing because band helped me learn a lot with music,” Cubriel said. “I realized I c...

Student-led change

Brooke DuBose, Staff Writer

February 14, 2019

Many students enjoy playing soccer, but they do not get the opportunity to because the sport is not offered at school. Junior Anthony Limon wanted to make a change by creating his own soccer team for students to join. “I l...

Sharp talent

Sydnie Harrell, Staff Writer

February 14, 2019

In May of 2016, when he was in eighth grade, junior Jayce Hackebeil didn’t know his hobby of grinding and assembling knives would become a job that would catch the interest of many people. “I started making knives at the en...

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