The Echoes

It’s time to GAME

Chase Wells, Feature Editor

March 13, 2017

Filed under Feature, Student Life

With so much hate and suffering going on in the world, a misunderstood medium of entertainment has become what many believe to be the world wide equalizer. Gender, race, sexuality; none of these things matter in the world of ...

A Walking Miracle

Tiana Rosas, Feature Writer

March 6, 2017

Filed under Feature, Student Life

It would be safe to say junior Jack Hallowell is a walking miracle. Born a month and a half early at 4 lbs. 8 oz. with two extra thumbs, two extra vertebrae, and two extra ribs, the doctors told Charity and Jesse Hallowell their son, ...

Can’t change who they are

Tiana Rosas, Feature Writer

February 3, 2017

Filed under Feature, Showcase, Student Life

With the United States now under the Trump administration, his potential Cabinet members have caused concern for several groups of people. One of those concerned groups is the people in the LGBT community which perceives Trump to be agains...

Student immigrants in pursuit of the American Dream

Karen Orona, In-Depth Editor

February 3, 2017

Filed under Feature, Showcase, Student Life

“It was morning and my mom woke me up. I didn’t know what was going on.      “She was screaming at me to put some clothes on. I heard two guys rattling the door outside.”      “Then my dad came into the room I...

What’s in a Name?

Krista Holzworth, Feature Writer

February 3, 2017

Filed under Feature, Showcase, Student Life

You’re born with it, you’re stuck with it, and it could even shape your future. Your name. Parenting.com says a child’s name could affect his/her self-esteem, grades in school, and even professional success. Urban Dictionary provi...

Winter Royalty fun

Winter Royalty fun

February 2, 2017

Fake news (part 2)

Fake news (part 2)

February 2, 2017

Fake news (part 1)

Fake news (part 1)

February 2, 2017

‘His name was Alejandro’

Chase Wells, Feature Editor

October 17, 2016

Filed under Student Life

As Brianna Mercado sat quietly in Regional West’s waiting room on the cold and overcast Dec. day, apprehensively waiting for the news of Alejandro, her month old son, she knew something was wrong A doctor with a sullen look on his face appr...

Parents In Prison

Chase Wells, Feature Editor

September 26, 2016

Filed under Student Life

  The sirens blare, the lights flash, and in a moment, a child’s life is torn apart. This is the sad truth of what many kids in the U.S. have to face when a parent is incarcerated. It is also the beginning of a tre...

Dear Scottsbluff High School- One Final Letter from the Class of 2016

Megan Hayhurst, Feature Editor

May 17, 2016

Filed under Student Life

Here are a few letters from seniors to Scottsbluff High School thanking the school for what it has done for them. Congratulations to the 2016 graduating class. Dear Scottsbluff High School, Oh, what a time we have had! Alt...

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