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Column: Writer reflects on generational changes to town, school

In the left corner, an old black-and-white photo of an earlier building sits ready for comparison with  the current Prosper police dispatch center, now located in that same location. In the attached column, writer Rusty Joe Gonzales takes a look back at Prosper history.

Rusty Joe Gonzales, Reporter and Entertainment Beat

September 19, 2020

  Prosper, where “Small town, big heart” has rung true since it was established in 1902 as just another stop on the St. Louis, San Francisco and Texas Railway. Just another small town to load and unload grain and cattle, a small town of about 500 people in 1914, which grew to 9,721 in 20...

Disappointed but not surprised: No female directors nominated for best motion picture, best director, best screenplay for 77th Annual Golden Globes

The sign outside the red carpet of the Golden Globe Awards. The 77th Annual Golden Globes will take place Jan. 5, 2020. No females were nominated for best director, best screenplay, best film.

Katie Johnson, Entertainment Editor

December 13, 2019

  Editor's Note: Article content may be offensive to some readers. I'm dumbfounded — and so are other female filmmakers and film enthusiasts. Despite women directing 15% of  all feature films in 2019, an 11% increase from the yearly average, no female directors or their films were n...

Fridays Are For The Girls Ep. 006

Emily Reish

November 22, 2019

On this episode of Fridays are for the girls, your host Emily Reish sits with Braedyn Deaver and Jessica Hamilton and talks about the start of the archery season and the Thanksgiving break.

REVIEW – UIL Theatre presents One-Act Play ‘Eurydice’

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Grace Williamson, Reporter

March 21, 2019

The Prosper Eagle Theatre Company presented their UIL One-Act play, Eurydice, in the school auditorium, March 19. The company will perform "Eurydice" again for OAP districts at the school auditorium Saturday, March 23, around 11:30 a.m. Audiences can expect each cast member to portray their characters...

World’s smallest cetacean borders on extinction

With fewer than 20 remaining in the wild, the vaquita porpoise is now the most endangered marine mammal on Earth. The vaquita became a critically endangered species as of 1995. All attempts at capturing them and breeding them in captivity failed, further endangering the rare porpoise. For more information, read the attached column, written by Nicole Miguez.

Nicole Miguez, Columnist

January 25, 2019

The world's smallest cetacean, the vaquita porpoise, is now the most endangered sea mammal in the world. With fewer than 20 of these tiny porpoises remaining in the wild, chances for their survival look grim. Although the outlook isn’t high, it is still possible to prevent the extinction of the vaquita p...

Senior columnist covers
creature preservation

An axolotl swims in a tank in the home of senior columnist Nicole Miguez. According to Miguez, axolotls are a

Nicole Miguez, Columnist

October 23, 2018

Miguez suggests potential owners research axolotls prior to purchase Senior Nicole Miguez owns multiple exotic pets, specifically two different types of geckos and an axolotl. Miguez wrote the following column as her first installment of a series of articles on creatures and how students and their fa...

Dark Souls III

Dark Souls III

Ethan Clark, Blogger

July 5, 2018

The Dark Souls franchise is one of those game series I never intended to get into. Myself being average skill level at best, I always felt like the game would end up pushing me away from the third person boss rush archetype. And honestly for a while, it did. I picked up the original DS on PC and pla...

Destiny: Complete Edition

Source: raru.co

Ethan Clark, Blogger/Journalist

May 1, 2018

Despite a common consensus online that Destiny 2 is lacking content, Destiny 1 and its DLC are often seen as having moderately good and quality content; of course, three years of refinement and content can make even the worst game fun. This review might be more biased than usual considering I have q...

A Quiet Place Review

Source: Roseburg Cinemas

Ethan Clark, Blogger/Journalist

April 10, 2018

Noise has become so boring in movies today. The thundering “WAAAAAAAMMMPP” of a background chorus, forced and repeated “I love you's" and “Get downs." We’ve become so attached to the same old dialogue that we’ve gained opposition to anything different. I saw A Quiet Place’s trailer back ...

Fallout: New Vegas DLC

Source: G2a

Ethan Clark, Blogger/Journalist

March 28, 2018

Despite having a buggy launch, Obsidian continued to push out content for New Vegas in the form of several downloadable content packs, which furthered the story, and answered questions left unanswered by the main game. All of them are as phenomenal as the base game, besides the “OK” Honest Hearts DLC....

Fallout New Vegas: The Prodigal Son

Source: defactosound.com

Ethan Clark, Journalist and Blogger

March 5, 2018

After the financial failure of Interplay, Feargus Urquhart left with several co-workers to form Obsidian Entertainment in 2003. Bethesda, having acquired the Fallout license, approached Obsidian with the proposition of a fourth, spin-off Fallout game. After about a year, Obsidian released Fallou...

Fallout 3 DLC: Revenge of the Content

Source: Fallout Wiki

Ethan Clark, Blogger

February 10, 2018

With Fallout 3’s release, Bethesda announced five paid downloadable content packs (DLC) were to be released in the coming months. These DLC (Operation Anchorage, The Pitt, Broken Steel, Point Lookout, and Mothership Zeta) were received with moderate reviews. As I hated Fallout 3, I felt like I should...

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