Thespians come out on top at conference

Savannah Cox, Staff Writer

January 25, 2015

On the weekend of Jan. 10, drama students traveled to Wichita for the State Thespian Conference. Several received superior ratings and they all did very well. Kevin Medlin and Christian Herndon received superior ratings for...

Topped with triumph

Brooke Boyer, Staff Writer

December 27, 2014

A new cupcake stop has arrived in town off of Main Street. After three months of working, cleaning, and remodeling, Betty Lou’s Sweet Shop, combined with the R&K Cafe is now open for business. The current hours are 7am-6pm...

Marissa Gray poses with her track coach John Yockey and her family after signing to the University of Kansas Rowing Team.

Gray to row at KU

December 19, 2014

Practice makes perfect

Alex Cross, Staff Writer

December 12, 2014

The orchestra is also preparing for an upcoming concert on December 8. The three orchestras, the Concert, the Philharmonic and the Chamber will each be playing separate pieces of music. Orchestra Director Brian Scott has the...

Choir prepares for Christmas Carols

Alex Cross, Staff Writer

December 12, 2014

Like the band, the choir has a winter concert fast approaching. Director Todd Burd is working with the choir in preparation for December 13 and said he is excited about the performance planned. “We will be singing mostly...

Hitting the holiday rush

Hitting the holiday rush

December 12, 2014

Teens collect ‘Toys for Tots’

Alex Cross, Staff Writer

December 12, 2014

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, or FCCLA, will be yet another busy activity this winter. The main charity they are accepting donations for this holiday is Toys for Tots. Sponsor Lindsay Posillico has led the members...

Superintendent’s Contract Terminated

Shelby Simpson, Editor-in-Chief

March 5, 2014

USD 231 Superintendent Bill Gilhaus’s contract was terminated by a 4-3 vote at the board meeting on Thursday night after an hour and a half executive session. Along with Gilhaus, Lana Gerber (Executive Director of Administrative...

Students Play at Winter Orchestra Concert

Bailey Prigel, Staff Writer

December 20, 2013

The Gardner Edgerton Orchestra had a successful performance at the high school auditorium Dec. 11. Teacher Brian Scott chose a combination of holiday and “classical” music for the orchestras. Each work was chosen to hone...

Winter Assembly

Kenna Douglass, Copy Editor

December 17, 2013

Gardner Edgerton students get the news to you.