The Bullseye

Saige Peebler, 12, studies the crime scene for forensics class.

Friday, March 3, 2017

March 3, 2017

Students wear blue in honor of injuried Wichita policeman

February 21, 2017

BY BRIANNA JONES-RUPP & KYLER DUNHAM Brian Arterburn is a police officer who was severely injured Feb. 8 due to a stolen vehicular chase. Arterburn was throwing down tire spikes to stop Justin Francisco Terrazas and wa...

Phil Smith, included in the Presidential Detail for President Ronald Reagan's secret service, visits Chad Christensen's Law, Public Safety, and Security class. Photo by S. Blaylock

Monday February 20, 2017

February 20, 2017

Rolling into the season

January 19, 2017

BY BRITTAN SCHMITZ & KYLER DUNHAM There are no spare moments for bowlers because they are constantly working hard for a strike. Souths bowling starts off the season with a tournaments at West Acres Bowling Center on Janu...

Arguing for fun

October 31, 2016

BY KYLER DUNHAM Preparing their speeches, the debate team gets ready to argue each of their cases in pairs of two. “We debate a topic that is given to us, and we create a case,” Camie Shivers, 11, said. “We are eit...

Showing faith

Showing faith

October 26, 2016

May the course be with you

September 23, 2016

BY KYLER DUNHAM The South cross country team was off and ready to run on Sept. 3 at the Bishop Carroll Invitational meet at Lake Afton. In order to train for these meets, every person on the team needs to be on a set sc...

“Quake”ing up Kansas

September 14, 2016

BY KYLER DUNHAM & LAUREL SMITH Kansas felt the shockwave from a 5.8 magnitude earthquake that occurred in northern Oklahoma at 7:02 in the morning on Sept. 3. Many of South's students felt the shock while they we...

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