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HIVE: A new face at Huntsville High

HUNTSVILLE — Huntsville High School always has new faces entering and exiting the school, whether it’s staff or students. Around the time school started, a man named Colby Oliphant started working at HHS as an assistant principal. Mr. Oliphant is a Huntsville native, and graduated from Huntsville High School in 2006.
HUNTSVILLE, TX
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Matthew McConaughey Is ‘Livin’ In Glorious Throwback to ‘Dazed and Confused’ Days

Be like Matthew McConaughey. On this glorious early fall Friday, toss it back to a simpler time and find your inner Wooderson. The Academy Award winner and amateur philosopher posted a vintage photo Friday. It’s back from his days with Dazed and Confused. He captioned it: “Linklater + Wooderson = L-I-V-I-N.” Or, you can caption it “just a couple of Austin bros having big fun.”
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Sparkman volleyball wins on senior night 3-2

The Sparkman volleyball team which leads the 7A Area 8 with a 26-6 record defeated Grissom Tuesday night 3-2. The Senators are ranked 4th in the state of Alabama with just 10 games left in the regular season. The Grissom Tigers entered the night ranked 11th in 7A for their 19-11 record.
ALABAMA STATE
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This Is Where Dazed And Confused Was Actually Filmed

September 24, 2021, marks the 28th anniversary of the release of Richard Linklater's 1993 cult classic "Dazed and Confused," which is arguably one of the most accurate representations of high school life in the 1970s ever captured on film. Linklater was a student at the University of Texas and a founding member of the Austin Film Society in 1985. The movie is loosely based on experiences from his 1976 graduating class at Huntsville High School, and Linklater partly named some characters after people he went to school with at Huntsville (via The Washington Post).
HUNTSVILLE, TX
Independent Herald

Forgotten Times: The principals of Huntsville High School

For 63 years, the Town of Huntsville had its own high school. Opened in 1918 by act of the Tennessee General Assembly, Huntsville High School served the town and the outlying communities around it until Scott High School was completed and opened in 1971. For 39 of those 63 years,...
HUNTSVILLE, TN

Huntsville ISD fails to adopt mask mandate

HUNTSVILLE — An effort to require face masks inside Huntsville ISD campuses failed to reach a trustee vote Thursday night, after the superintendent expressed his desire not to violate orders from Gov. Greg Abbott. Trustee Dr. Karin Olson-Williams proposed the new mandates, citing an increase in COVID-19 transmissions and a...
HUNTSVILLE, TX
Huntsville Item

Huntsville High welcomes three new teachers

Huntsville High School welcomed three new members to their faculty this year, two of them being alumni and one coming all the way from Brooklyn, New York. They are English teachers Michael Maceira and Ciedra Coleman and journalism teacher Sesily Rigsby. “So far my experience at HHS has been very...
HUNTSVILLE, TX
hornetnation.org

Lady Hornet 8A Falls to AMCMS

The Lady Hornets hosted AMCMS in their first match at Mance Park Middle School since the 2019 season. COVID-19 restrictions relocated MPMS home games to Huntsville High School in the 2020 season. While The Lady Hornets 8A team fell in 2 sets, 21-25 and 19-25, the team made major improvements since their last district match in defensive transition, digs, serving, and attacks.
HIGH SCHOOL
Huntsville Item

German exchange students finds temporary home in Huntsville

Huntsville High School welcomes foreign exchange students every year from all across the world. This year, the school has students from Germany, Ukraine, Japan and Spain. Louisa Langen is from Cologne, Germany, and will stay in the United States for 10 months. Louisa’s trip to America has had little to no complications, after wanting to visit a foreign country for years.
HUNTSVILLE, TX
Huntsville Item

'The Hope of Tomorrow'

Future educators at Huntsville High School have a new option to explore their careers. The Texas Association for Future Educators is a free program open to every student that is interested in education. It assists them by exploring teaching, while participating in fundraising activities, and having incredible adventures on field trips.
HUNTSVILLE, TX
Elk Valley Times

Keith Samuel Jones Obituary

Keith Samuel Jones was born July 25, 1949. A graveside funeral service for Mr. Jones, 72, was held Thursday, September 9, 2021, at Pleasant Grove Cemetery, 40 Pleasant Grove Road, Fayetteville, with Bro. Paul Clayton and Bro. Adam Ragland officiating. Family and friends will plan a celebration of life at a date in the future. Keith’s long-time golf buddies, Randy Sexton, Will Worthington, Roy Cox, Rick Polk, Bill Goodner and Bert Peake, will serve as pallbearers.
FAYETTEVILLE, TN
huntsvillecityschools.org

Twelve HCS Seniors Named National Merit Semifinalists

Twelve seniors in Huntsville City Schools reached the semifinals of the prestigious National Merit Scholarship Program. These students are among 16,000 students nationwide who have the opportunity to continue in the competition for roughly 7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth nearly $30 million offered in the spring. The program, which is marking its 67th year, rewards students who demonstrate exceptional academic ability. These seniors represent less than one percent of all high school seniors across the country. Students from HCS are as follows:
HUNTSVILLE, AL
midlandtoday.ca

COVID-19 vaccines available at Simcoe Muskoka clinics September 13 - 19

The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit (SMDHU) is holding many one-day pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinics throughout the community during the week of September 13 - 19. Individuals looking to receive their first or second dose may attend a clinic on a walk-in basis. Vaccinations are available on a first-come basis, while supplies last and no appointment is necessary. The list of clinics offering vaccinations is updated frequently and individuals should visit the health unit’s website for locations and times. Pop-up clinic details are also shared through SMDHU’s social media accounts.
PUBLIC HEALTH
muskoka411.com

Several COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics This Week Sept. 13 – 19

The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit (SMDHU) is holding many one-day pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinics throughout the community during the week of September 13 – 19. Individuals looking to receive their first or second dose may attend a clinic on a walk-in basis. Vaccinations are available on a first-come basis, while supplies last and no appointment is necessary. The list of clinics offering vaccinations is updated frequently and individuals should visit the health unit’s website for locations and times. Pop-up clinic details are also shared through SMDHU’s social media accounts.
PUBLIC HEALTH
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