BY MACKENZIE WYATT The Truman boys’ soccer season has come to an end. They put together an outstanding season. The boys ended with a 16-6 record. This year’s new coach, Angel Tovar, impacted the team greatly, taking them all the way to the district championship game. Truman started the […]
Our entertainment crew shows a few examples of how to properly dance at Pack The House tonight.
This week’s installment of Patriot Vision features FAFSA night information, a look ahead to Thanksgiving, a look back at Veterans Day, and our first sports round table of the year.
BY TAYLOR SIMMS A journalist’s job is to report. Not just to report what is happening, but also to share the facts with the general public and stay as unbiased as possible in an attempt to give the most information possible. But I think that we can all agree […]
BY WALTER CANADY III A well conceived phenomena for most Americans is the query that maybe presidents aren’t elected but more so selected by higher government officials and the powers that be. The quandary that has arisen within the latest news this year, is the fact that more information […]
This week’s installment of Patriot Vision.
This week’s version of Patriot Vision lets you know when to register to take the ACT, takes you on a couple field trips, and updates you on Patriot sports.
BY MACKENZIE WYATT The season has come to an end for Truman Patriots football season. Their finishing record was 3-7. In the first game of districts they faced North Kansas City. The game ended 28-25. Unfortunately, that was the last game of the season. The score ended up being fairly […]
BY CRAIG STEWART This year’s Halloween has people scared to open their front doors to give kids dressed as clowns candy. It is sad to think that in the 21st century that people are scaring little kids and innocent bystanders for some kicks and giggles. Whether the clowns are […]