As the young girl hears a knock at her door, she gets a rush of fear. The cold cruelty of life begins to twist at her stomach, and the hot realization comes to bear that she should not answer the door in case the boy she met online turns out to be a child predator.
This is an example of the kinds... READ MORE »»
To honor Mrs. McFarland’s father, James ‘Peach’ McFarland, who passed away in September, the Raider Reps collected donations for the Sebastian County Humane Society. As a Raider himself, Mr. McFarland played 7th grade football here.
“It means a lot to me for Kimmons to do this in honor of... READ MORE »»
The football coaches have ways to get their teams focused to learn what is needed to be successful on the field.
“To have them focus, I first give them the expectations to have a great work ethic and attitude,” Coach... Read More »
To many boys, volleyball looks easy -- “Just hit the ball to the other side.” But in reality, this sport is extremely challenging and requires resilience in both the physical and mental state of the athletes.
Dynasty... Read More »
As the gun sounded, athletes raced to claim a first-place ribbon.
Students have certain reasons as to why they run track.
“My parents did track in college," Jeremiah Tabut, 8th, said. "I like it because it makes... Read More »
New assistant band director, Mr. Ha, has returned to the junior high he called home just ten years ago.
“I love seeing the progress that Kimmons Junior High has made over the last 10 years since I was a student here!”... Read More »
Orchestra students from Kimmons, Northside, and Darby joined together for skating in September at the Crystal Palace Skate Center for a break from practicing their music for the Fall concert.
“I... Read More »