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Sophomore Kacin Allred wraps presents near the Christmas tree waiting for the big day to come. Christmas, which is less than two weeks away, has changed significantly this year due to COVID-19.

Christmas traditions evolve alongside COVID-19 restrictions

Kyler Allred, Staff Reporter December 16, 2020

After the long and hard year of 2020, the light at the end of the tunnel is nearing. Christmas has been a joy in people’s lives for the longest time and now, amidst the pandemic, it is even more so....

In the Etsy shop CMKreations  you can buy personalized name rings made by Crystalina Hopkins.

Spice up Christmas presents with these personalized gifts

Dayton Jones, Sports editor December 16, 2020

Christmas can be a stressful time but figuring out what to get friends and loved ones should not add to the stress. Etsy has many shops featuring small business owners with an array of different and reasonably...

With 2020 being  a difficult year for many, hanging Christmas lights early. Decorating for Christmas begins a season of cheer as many people enjoy talking to and helping each other while hanging lights.

Hanging Christmas lights early: a simple way to show Christmas cheer

Ashlyn Miner , News Editor December 16, 2020

The passing of Thanksgiving means the Christmas season is on its way for many. The ushering in of Christmas means time with family, cooler weather, festive music, and of course the beautiful lights on...

Senior Manuel Trejo from Sonora, Mexico, 
junior Julian Sandoval from Chuhuahua, Mexico, and sophomore Bang Nguyen from Vietnam.

Three students navigate high school while learning to speak English

Gavin Brennan, Staff Reporter December 13, 2019

From picking out a prom dress, to finishing that one essay for American History, to navigating a football game, high school can foster a multitude of challenging situations, both socially and academically.  Now...

Point/Counterpoint: Too Soon or Too Late? Christmas festivities beginning to deck the halls  raises seasonal controversial events

Point/Counterpoint: Too Soon or Too Late? Christmas festivities beginning to deck the halls raises seasonal controversial events

Drew Charlet, Web Editor January 15, 2019

This part of the year is about gaining weight, spending time with family, and showing festivity. After Thanksgiving the holiday festivities begin for many families, but is that too early? Is it just right?...

Top 10 Holiday gift Ideas

Drew Charlet, Web Editor December 18, 2018

It is the time of year where you spend time, and money on friends and family. To show your appreciation and love towards them you give them gifts but naturally you do not want to break the bank. Now there...

Point/Counterpoint: Is Christmas too early?

Point/Counterpoint: Is Christmas too early?

Joielline Tchilao, staff reporter December 13, 2018

What happens when you have too much of the same dessert? Yeah, you get fat and, eventually, extremely sick of it. It is the same for Christmas, as much as we all love this holiday, starting it in November...

Choir students perform

Twist on the typical winter concert

Isabel Behrendt, Staff Reporter December 13, 2018

The orchestra and choir winter concerts proved to be a unique blend of music and talent that showcased Perry’s most gifted musicians. Fine arts performances tend to set the mood for the holiday season....

Point/counterpoint: Is Christmas celebrated too early?

Point/counterpoint: Is Christmas celebrated too early?

Holly Olszak, Staff Reporter December 13, 2018

The Christmas season is typically known for the bright lights weaved around every house, the joyful holiday music blaring on the radio, and an assortment of baked goods displayed on the dining room table....

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