Dub Week: “Donate Your Best”

By: Natalie Eaton Here at Jenks, we have a special group of high school students who dedicate their year to helping a great initiative. By volunteering, leading, and hosting fun events and fundraisers at the high school like the first annual Sadies dance last year, all of these actions and activities are meant to help... Continue Reading →

What to do at The Jenks Riverwalk

By: Natalie Eaton (Photos and visit were done prior to the COVID Pandemic) Right as you cross the Arkansas River and make your way over the bridge to enter Jenks, Riverwalk is the one of the first things you can see. All the businesses lined up in a row, aligning the river. With many things... Continue Reading →

The Search for Unbiased News

By: Natalie Eaton Nowadays, it is extremely difficult to find reliable information in this time and age of technology. With so many social media platforms, websites, and information being interpreted differently, it is a constant battle finding out the truth while remaining unbiased as possible.  Here at Jenks, so many students are active on social... Continue Reading →

Supporting Small Businesses in Jenks

By: Natalie Eaton During this difficult year of 2020, it is now more important than ever to support local businesses.  They know their customers much better than national chains and they invest their dollars right back here into our community. This month we got to know two local businesses. The Pink Lily:  Just a little... Continue Reading →

2019 Christmas Albums Review

By Natalie Eaton It is that time of the season once again! The radios, shopping centers, and local areas blast the old-timey songs and carols everyone knows and loves.  As a fellow Christmas enthusiast, I am obsessed with any type of holiday music. Traditional, slow and peppy, trap music, or acapella, are all included on... Continue Reading →

Kolin and the Melodrama

By Natalie Eaton Bring your popcorn and rootbeer, and be prepared to laugh! Jenks High School’s drama production, Deadwood Dick, is debuting this December with a big story to tell.  This year, the play will be based in the Old West and will go faster than regular drama productions. Junior Kolin Graham will be playing... Continue Reading →

Mandy Nightingale Skis Her Way to Fame

By: Natalie Eaton Jenks High School celebrates an amazing water skiing career as Mandy Nightingale, one of the Building 6 counselors, is inducted into the USA Water Ski & Wake Sports Foundation Hall of Fame. In a statement on the official website for Water Skiing and Sports, Nightingale is considered one of the greatest trick... Continue Reading →

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