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Kids and parents make salamander prints with ink, rolling pins and the help of volunteers.
Masses migrate to Salamander Festival
Luke McLendon, Editor • January 31, 2023

Salamanders attracted hundreds of locals to Homewood High School this Saturday. HHS’s Environmental club hosted the 19th annual Salamander...

The Network performing.
Homewood hosts Show Choir Preview Show
David Young and Helen Marlin January 26, 2023

Homewood show choir is hosting its annual Show Choir Preview Show. Primarily for showing off their competition season lineup to parents and peers,...

Construction crews lay dirt as a foundation for an extension to Homewood High Schools north parking lot bordering Shades Creek. (Photo by Julian Kersh)
HHS parking lot project underway
Mary Clare Ingram, Staff Writer • January 24, 2023

Construction teams broke ground on the HHS parking lot expansion project, which will add 156 total spots to the campus. Class sizes are increasing...

Seniors in Cooleys AP Literature class.
"Senioritis" hits different for some
Josie Robertson, Photo Editor • February 3, 2023

Once reaching their senior year, many students come down with the predictable burnout: “senioritis.” Around the start of the second semester,...

Dobbs Durkin and Drew Vinson listen with their families to a speech delivered by their head coach Julian Kersh. (Photo by Ruby Raines)
Soccer duo commits on signing day
Ruby Raines and Helen Marlin February 2, 2023

Seniors Drew Vinson and Dobbs Durkin signed up to play collegiate soccer at Belmont University and Spring Hill College, respectively, yesterday...

Culverhouse carries voice beyond state borders
Culverhouse carries voice beyond state borders
Sadie Rowell December 8, 2022

Whether it’s onstage, in the choir room, or at a restaurant, junior Alyssa Culverhouse has a voice that you will never forget.  A singer...

Seniors in Cooleys AP Literature class.
"Senioritis" hits different for some
Josie Robertson, Photo Editor • February 3, 2023

Once reaching their senior year, many students come down with the predictable burnout: “senioritis.” Around the start of the second semester,...

Runners lead the Mercedes Marathon through Birmingham, Alabama. (Photo from runsignup.com)
Beta club to provide vital hydration at last ever Mercedes Marathon
Nate Shull, Staff Writer • February 3, 2023

Homewood High School Beta Club has hosted a water station at the annual Mercedes Marathon for the past ten years, providing runners with oh-so-vital...

AI prompts change to schools approach to technology
AI prompts change to school's approach to technology
Max McCutcheon, Staff writer • February 2, 2023

As technology continues to advance at a rapid pace, schools are forced to adapt to changes in technology Chatbots like ChatGPT are interactive...

Dartmouth commit Woods Ray speaks during the 2022 football award ceremony.
Football pair sign for Dartmouth, Samford
Henry Sklar, Sports Editor • February 2, 2023

On Tuesday, Two Homewood football players from the team’s historic 2022 run inked their commitment to their future athletic programs.  Standout...

The Patriots huddle during the 4th quarter vs Bibb County.
Homewood runs through Bibb County on senior night
Henry Sklar, Sports Editor • February 1, 2023

All five seniors for Homewood contributed to the Patriots' 76-61 victory over Bibb County on senior night. From the opening tip, it was all...

Carson Cole (SR) take a tough layup (photo credits Russell Dearing)
Bucs' size, athleticism prove too much for Patriots
Russell Dearing, Staff Writer • January 31, 2023

The Patriots’ boys varsity basketball team hosted the Hoover Buccaneers Monday night, Jan. 30, and despite a valiant effort, ultimately fell...

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