“To me, International Women’s Month represents our time to show who we really are,” Leila Rogers said. “It celebrates us, not just as women, but as human beings.”

Creating art, breaking barriers

May 9, 2018

In March, Trinity Mercantile & Design, in collaboration with the Decatur Arts Alliance, held an art event in celebration of International Women’s Month. The event, called Women Create ART, featured the unique work of nine local, female artists.

Students gain new perspectives in the mountains

Students gain new perspectives in the mountains

March 13, 2018

During the first semester of the school year, sophomore Henry Yates was learning about global food economics instead of the American Revolution, and backpacking through the Blue Ridge mountains instead of walking to Chemistry. This was everyday life at the Outdoor Academy (OA).

Students' artwork at the Decatur Library.

Sophomore participates in local art exhibit

December 18, 2017

On Dec. 1, the annual art exhibit highlighting artwork from Decatur students began at the Decatur public library. The exhibit features stunning drawings and abstract works created by students in the Decatur High School art program.

“Battle of the Sexes,” a cinematic Grand Slam

October 13, 2017

44 years ago, Billie Jean King triumphed over Bobby Riggs, creating a turning point in history. Released on Sept. 22, "Battle of the Sexes," has captured this memorable moment.

The book room in Kingwood High School after Hurricane Harvey hit via Humble ISD Texas’s Youtube channel.

Hurricane affects Decatur residents

September 26, 2017

Hurricane Harvey, which has devastated Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi, has produced 51.88 inches of rain, displaced 42,399 people and cost $125 billion in damage (ABC News). This category 4 hurricane first hit Aransas County, located on the Gulf of Mexico, on August 25, 2017.

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