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First Team All District – Casey Regruth

Drew Henry Handloser, Author
December 13, 2021

After the Boy's soccer season was over, no person had a clue that Seymour's own Casey Regruth would be nominated for many different awards. I had the honor of speaking and interviewing him about his experience. D:...

Students posing with this years earnings after they were revealed.

2021 Dance Marathon Shatters Goal

Carson Carpenter and Audrey Wiggam
December 7, 2021

Seymour's Dance Marathon for Riley Children's Hospital was back Saturday night November 2o after a one year hiatus due to complications from COVID-19.  The event is usually held annually by student-led...

DEAR T,

DEAR T,

Staff Writer
December 3, 2021

The student newspaper, The Owl, is bringing a new series to its readers. DEAR T, is an anonymous way to seek mental health advice and to receive feedback on your struggles with parents, peers, teachers,...

Seymour FFA competes in Area Contest

Seymour FFA competes in Area Contest

Audrey Wiggam, Head of Entertainment
November 18, 2021

The Seymour FFA Chapter recently competed in the Area 2 Crops competition in Paoli. During this contest, FFA members competing in Crop Judging completed a test, multiple grain grading problems and identified...

Welcome To The Metaverse

Welcome To The Metaverse

Lucas Jablonski, Staff Writer
November 16, 2021

What is the Metaverse?  To the average person, this may sound like a futuristic galaxy, a realm beyond our reach; that is not the case. The company formerly known as Facebook has announced their ambitious...

Emma: A Pop Musical on stage

The Tribune
November 10, 2021

Classic novel, pop hits come together in SHS musical Source: Zach Spicer | The Tribune [email protected] Combine Jane Austen’s 1815 novel “Emma” with pop and rock hit songs from...

Masked protestors during a Black Lives Matter rally in June 2020.

The COVID-19 Pandemic is Rewiring Our Brains

Caley Monnier, Co-Editor in Chief
September 28, 2021

The Coronavirus pandemic is hard to avoid in current media. With fear mongering news websites and conflicting resources, it’s hard to separate facts and fiction from the reality that is COVID-19, especially...

Bears, Oh My

Bears, Oh My

Kayla Moriarty, Feature Editor
August 20, 2021

The Department of Natural Resources recently happened upon a deceased black bear in northern Indiana. The bear was found on a toll road in Bristol Wednesday, and they are still looking into the cause...

August 16 - August 21 Weekly Calendar

August 16 – August 21 Weekly Calendar

Carson Carpenter, Co-Editor in Chief
August 16, 2021

NOTE: The following dates are subject to change. Monday, August 16th - White Day Girls Varsity Golf vs. Columbus East (Home) 4:15 pm Girls Varsity Soccer vs. Salem (Home) 5:30 pm Boys Varsity...

Best Buddies Friendship Walk

Best Buddies Friendship Walk

Audrey Wiggam, Staff Writer
April 22, 2021

The Seymour High School Best Buddies Chapter is hosting their very first Friendship Walk on Saturday, April 24. Please note that due to weather, this event will be held indoors. Enter through the main...

Brood Xs Contribution To the Environment

Brood X’s Contribution To the Environment

Kayla Moriarty, Staff Writer
April 22, 2021

You may have heard about them: the earsplitting creatures expected to emerge soon known as cicadas. They've been burrowed underground for seventeen years and are ready to see the surface. You may be wondering...

Spanish Classes Make Cascarones

Spanish Classes Make Cascarones

Kylee Nowling, Editor
April 8, 2021

This past week, the Seymour High School Spanish classes created some EGGcellent projects. Students made cascarones to learn more about the culture of Spanish speaking communities. Cascarones are colored...

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