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Bring Us the King!

Story by: Kirstin Saha

September 20, 2019

Homecoming began for school alumni, all across the country, to have an opportunity to return and celebrate their heritage, however, modern schools have found a way to include current students in this alumni tradition: voting for Homecoming Queen and King. Throughout late August, students gathered in front of the cafeteria to se...

Political Perspectives

September 12, 2019

2019-2020 school year will be the first time I will get the chance to vote in the elections of political office. Obviously the most significant of which would be the presidential office election, which essentially dictates the role America will fit into for the next 4 years. A presidential election is something that most people...

Senior Life

Story by: Chris Woodson, Newspaper Editor

September 10, 2019

Entering the 2016-2017 school year as a freshman at Spring Hill High School, I felt as though I was a stranger walking amongst the general population of students. Coming into the 2019-2020 as a senior at Spring Hill High School, I have become an individual with my own perspective no longer completely conformed into the flow of what...

Seniors get Ready to Graduate

Story by: Bailey Ratcliff, Yearbook Editor

May 14, 2019

As time dwindles down and the 2018-2019 school year comes to a close, for a group of 100+ young men and women, their childhood and years of adolescence comes to an end and a new chapter of their lives begins. May 24, 2019 at 7 P.M. at the Letourneau University Belcher Center, the graduating Class of 2019 will be awarded diplomas,...

Welcome our new AD: Jonny Louvier

Welcome our new AD: Jonny Louvier

April 5, 2019

Jonny Louvier takes the place of Coach Mercer as the Athletic Director of Spring Hill. Louvier has a v...

We All have DREAMS

We All have DREAMS

February 22, 2019

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Civil Rights in America

Civil Rights in America

February 21, 2019

The Panther's Paw Press has been busy this February. Civil Rights is not as "black and white" as it may...

Candy Grams Set to Be Delivered February 14th

Candy Grams Set to Be Delivered February 14th

Story by: Dylan Murdick, Sports Editor

January 27, 2019

Get ready for the newest fundraiser. Starting February 4th,  Spring Hill Journalism classes will be...

Spiritual Gifts of Christmas

Story by: Laura Rowe, Staff writer

December 19, 2018

With the beginning of December starting, there’s a certain feeling of togetherness and good feelings in the air, but despite all the Christmas spirit from getting ready for Santa and the New Year, people are forgetting what Christmas is actually about. The origin of Christmas comes from the Bible, in which the story starts when Mar...

Exemption Policy Provides Relief to Juniors and Seniors

Story by: Lillian Speicher, Staff writer

December 19, 2018

One in five teens, 20% qualify as clinically depressed. These are high statistics for high school students. Many students deal with depression from home life, relationships, and school. Therefore, juniors and seniors are allowed to exempt final exams as long as curtain requirements are met; Such as, perfect attendance and good...

Christmas Is About Family

Story by: Dylan Murdick, Sports Editor

December 19, 2018

What we need to do is quit buying into the commercialism and advertisements

Christmas: A Time for Giving of Self and Service; Not Just Gifts

Christmas: A Time for Giving of Self and Service; Not Just Gifts

December 19, 2018

Christmas is too commercialized. It is a battle cry heard from people all the time, especially those ...

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