Here are the highlights from last night’s battle with Liberty.
Hunter Donelson and Caleb Allen talk about all manner of sports ranging from Antonio Brown to the top players in the NBA.
THS Media’s Jaydon Dickinson looks at the Truman football team’s start to the season.
Brooke Duffett, Aiyanna Shakur, and Jayson Boatright talk about coffee and other things.
BY STELLA BRYAN Sea levels rising, sea ice declining, warming oceans, and a temperature rise are just some of the effects climate change has had on our planet in the past 7,000 years. As we watched the ice age die and the modern climate era begin we didn’t realize […]
BY ALLIE PINICK My earliest memory of 9/11, was when I was in the fifth grade. All three of the fifth-grade teachers brought their students into one room. We watched a child-friendly video over 9/11 to get the students thinking about the event. After the video, the teachers told […]
BY KEV’VION MORGAN-MARTIN Gaming companies are becoming more corrupt everyday. Big companies like EA, Activision, and blizzard are just a few companies ruining their games with microtransactions or with paid content that’s supposed to already be in the game. These companies are destroying gaming and it just keeps […]
Josiah Rose and Bianca Miller talk about a wide variety of topics.
In case you missed our live stream of the Truman vs. St. Joseph Central match here’s a link.
THS Media’s Sam Scott looks into softball’s start to the season
THS Media discusses Friday the 13th and a full moon.
The THS Media crew talks with faculty and student about the jersey choices on team day for Spirit Week.
The Truman cross country team won both the girls and boys city championships on Tuesday. Photo Editor Vanessa Garcia was there to capture all of the action.
Highlights from Truman softball’s home opener.
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The battle for the Noland Road Cup rolls along as Truman and Chrisman will take the pitch on Tuesday night to decide bragging rights on the soccer field. We talked with several Truman soccer players about tomorrow night’s big game.
BY RIAN CASWELL A club that has been around for decades in cities across the world just planted its roots in Independence. The activity happens outside of school, however, it brings together all Independence teens for one greater purpose: to grow in their faith while building relationships. September 17th […]
BY NICOLE DAVIS Monday: Partly cloudy but high temperatures (lower 90s) should cool off by night fall (mid 70s). Tuesday: Heavy cloud cover all day with a slim chance of stray showers. Highs in the upper 80s to low 90s and lows in the mid 70s. Wednesday: […]
The Truman cross country team is off to a blistering start this season. We caught up with runners Josh Nunn and John Crump to ask them to explain their secret to a fast start.
The softball team kicks off their home season Tuesday afternoon. THS media caught up with pitcher Myel White to discuss the upcoming game and the season to this point.
BY MICHAEL FRANCO I think you should see this movie because it is a favorite for all families and movie-goers alike. This movie ranks near the top of the Spider-Man movie pantheon only trailing 2007’s Spider-Man 3. If you have seen any Marvel movie or are just a fan […]
BY ALLIE PINICK In Boulder Colorado, the parents of JonBenét Ramsey woke up to find their child missing. It was the morning of December 26, 1996. Preparing for a trip, they found a ransom note saying someone had taken their daughter and the only way to get her back […]
BY JONATHAN CORTEZ King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard are an Australian psychedelic progressive rock band . Since their 2011 debut EP “Willoughby’s Beach,” the band has shown wild ambition in the fact they have released at least one album yearly since their debut, even releasing five albums in […]
Truman Head Coach Charlie Pugh discusses the reasons behind Truman football raising awareness for childhood cancer.
We talk with players and coaches about lessons from week one and what to expect in week two.
Hunter Donelson and Caleb Allen talk NFL and a variety of other sports.
Josiah Rose and Bianca Miller present their first podcast episode.
Here’s Nicole Davis’ forecast for the week!
Photos by Elijah Soliz
Photos by Vanessa Garcia
We were live for Truman’s win over William Chrisman in volleyball last night. The Patriots swept the Bears in their first game in the newly renovated gym. Tylor Karas and Vanessa Garcia were on the call. There were unfortunately some internet hiccups last night, so the live stream […]
Here’s a look at week one’s football road game.
BY HUNTER DONELSON Nigel Hayes, a superstar college basketball player from the University of Wisconsin, was at the College GameDay show as a part of the crowd. Much like many other students and fans, he was holding up a sign. Typically students hold up funny signs knocking the other […]
THS Media delves into the fashions of picture day.
Girls’ Golf preview
A boys’ soccer preview.
A THS Media preview of the upcoming tennis season.
Preview of the upcoming cross country season.
Our THS Media crew looks at the upcoming boys’ swimming season.
BY KEV’VION MORGAN-MARTIN What are loot boxes? Loot boxes are what video game companies use to for their live service games. These games sole purpose is to keep people playing for as long as possible in hopes of earning the company more money through the payment of micro transactions. […]
Highlights from Friday’s soccer jamboree
Our THS Media crew caught up with Aaron Porter to talk about the upcoming football season.
Our THS Media crew caught up with Laila Tatum to discuss the upcoming volleyball season.
BY JONATHAN CORTEZ We in the states are no stranger to protest. From the 1960’s anti-war movement to the Stonewall Riots and modern day LGBTQ pride events, we’ve seen our fair share of political activism. Yet over 7,000 miles away, a certain cities tension is growing as many take […]
Several students discuss their thoughts on the new cellphone policy.
BY REGAN HENNING Experiencing a completely different upbringing than their elders, the younger generation was born into a world where electronics are regularly implemented into their life. Watching family videos recorded with a camera that can now only be described as ancient will no longer be a tradition. With […]
BY HUNTER DONELSON The Independence School District added a new level to their cell phone policy that nearly wipes out all electronic communication. The new policy states that students will not be allowed to operate their mobile devices at any time during school besides their designated lunch shift or […]