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A “Trickle Down Effect”

A “Trickle Down Effect”

March 15, 2019

From Dec. 22, 2018 through Jan. 25, 2019, the government was partially shutdown, which directly affected over 800,000 government employees but also businesses involved in federal work.

Senior Stories, Episode 1: Kenya and Grace

Senior Stories, Episode 1: Kenya and Grace

March 7, 2019

Seniors Kenya Oliver and Grace Williams reflect on their experiences as members of the brand-new Black...

Senior gives insight on meaningful first tattoo

Senior gives insight on meaningful first tattoo

February 26, 2019

Senior Jessamyn Lomas got her first tattoo with her best friend, and she made sure it was not one without meaning.

Keson Graham: “Decatur’s Photographer”

Keson Graham: “Decatur’s Photographer”

February 8, 2019

2018 alum Keson Graham, branded as “Decatur’s Photographer” during his time at DHS, began taking pictures in middle school for the Renfroe yearbook. But his love for photography really began his sophomore year at DHS.

Flemons invests himself into acappella through YouTube

Flemons invests himself into acappella through YouTube

January 25, 2019

Acappella is a growing phenomenon of which Stan Flemons, a math teacher at Decatur, has invested himself in. Flemons has created a YouTube channel and collaborates within an acappella community he has found.

Alcohol misuse awareness rises

Alcohol misuse awareness rises

January 7, 2019

On Tuesday, Nov. 6, Decatur residents passed a referendum dubbed the 'Brunch Bill' which allowed restaurants to start serving alcohol at 11 a.m. instead of 12:30 p.m. on Sundays, according to the Champion newspaper. On Tuesday, Dec. 4, the Decatur City Council agreed to lower the required food to alcohol ratio for restaurants from 60 percent food and 40 percent alcohol to 50 percent food and 50 percent alcohol, according to DecaturDaily.com. Both of these changes decrease the limitations on alcohol regulations in Decatur to help stimulate revenue in local businesses. However, three individuals - Susan Morley, Terrie Moore and Mikayla Cordell - are working to reduce the prominence of alcohol misuse in Decatur.

A Christmas Tree Story

A Christmas Tree Story

December 21, 2018

Chemistry teacher Dr. DeWeese shares his experience growing up on a Christmas tree farm.

Decatur resident creates “Decatur FM” radio station

Decatur resident creates “Decatur FM” radio station

December 21, 2018

In August, Decatur resident Mike Johnson launched his station, Decatur FM, a place, where Decatur residents can listen to events happening in and around their community.

Students build model rockets to further engineering interests

Students build model rockets to further engineering interests

October 17, 2018

On the way back from a robotics competition, Harper Rhett suggested to his friend Will Sebelik that they start a rocketry club. A month later, alongside their friend and first member, Josh Torrance, they started Vulcan Rocketry and Aviation with a goal of building a model rocket that could fly 100 feet into the air.

Author Will Walton gives insight on book with controversial topics

Author Will Walton gives insight on book with controversial topics

September 14, 2018

Decatur High School students had the opportunity to attend a presentation by author Will Walton on Friday, Aug. 31. There, he spoke on his most recent novel, “I Felt a Funeral In My Brain.”

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