Fantasy Tree Festival sprouts Christmas Joy

December 11, 2013 • Claire Schmidt  
Filed under Feature, News

By Claire Schmidt SUGAR BEET   The Christmas season is one of giving, a time where people take a step back and do things out of the goodness of their hearts, things such as volunteering, donating time, and donating money. On November 23, the community of Garden City had the opportunity to do all... Read more »

Miss Vanderhoff wins SWKMEA Teacher of the Year

October 18, 2013 • Jeff Bogner, Staff Writer/Editor  
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Feature, Music, News

As we know, Garden City High School has an impeccable music department.  What makes a music department successful is the teachers that run it.  This year, one of our teachers is being recognized for her work as n educator.  Ms. Jane Vanderhoff, GCHS Director of Choirs, has been named the Southwest... Read more »

Apple releases new products and software

September 26, 2013 • Chelsea Jackson, Staff Writer  
Filed under News

Apple  is well known for constantly changing and updating things, although some changes are bigger than any other. Over the last few years, the world has watched Apple dive into technology that no other company has explored. Previously, Apple added the iPhone 4S and iPhone 5 to their device collection. With... Read more »

Concert to benefit the Windsor Hotel

September 13, 2013 • Jeff Bogner, Staff Writer/Page Editor  
Filed under Feature, News

While athletes at Garden City High School train and prepare for fall sports, they have also been battling the heat. For outdoor fall sports including football, cross country, women’s tennis, and men’s soccer, practices and even competitions have been rather hot, with temperatures in at least... Read more »

Beating the heat: Athletes struggle with extreme weather

September 13, 2013 • Chelsea Jackson, Staff Writer  
Filed under Feature, News, Sports, Sports Center

While athletes at Garden City High School train and prepare for fall sports, they have also been battling the heat. For outdoor fall sports including football, cross country, women’s tennis, and men’s soccer, practices and even competitions have been rather hot, with temperatures in at least... Read more »

12 Year Later: Remembering 9/11

September 13, 2013 • Taryn Tempel, Staff Writer  
Filed under Feature, News

September 11th, 2001. A day every American will forever remember. On that day fear struck our country, and grief swept over all of us. Whether you knew someone involved in the tragedy, or you just watched it on the news, everyone was affected and everyone mourned for the loss of fellow Americans. “I... Read more »

GCHS Alum gives recital

September 5, 2013 • Jeff Bogner, Staff Writer/Editor  
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Feature, News

As upperclassmen at GCHS returned for their first day of school on August 20, Kristen Doering, GCHS alum (Class of 2007), spent the day preparing to perform a part of her Passion Project entitled From Within for friends, family, and the community of Garden City.   The recital consisted of some extremely... Read more »

Tornadoes rip through OKC and surrounding area

May 21, 2013 • Chelsea Jackson, Writer/Editor  
Filed under News

By Chelsea Jackson  SUGAR BEET    On Sunday May 19, a mass storm stretching from Texas to Minnesota produced tornadoes in Kansas, Iowa, and Oklahoma. Of the four twisters that touched down in Oklahoma, one near Shawnee, about 35 miles from Oklahoma City, killed at least two and completely leveled... Read more »

L.R.Z.’s Earth Day teaches youth

April 25, 2013  
Filed under News

High School funds drops 2%

April 11, 2013 • Paloma Roman, Staff Writer  
Filed under News

It is called the Curriculum Driven Budget Process. The school district has been doing this for about 20 years. It is when every department that receives money in the school district and each put together a plan. It is a night where each committee in the district go and present their budget to community... Read more »

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