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Airline Attempts to Break World Record

 Approximately 200 young ladies at Airline High School spent gym class trying to break a world record. After all, November 13  is Guinness World Records Day.


 Physical Education Coach Tracey Rambin’s students participated in Stack Up 2014. This is Airline’s eighth year to take part, along with hundreds of thousands across the world, in an attempt to have the most people stacking and unstacking cups and cones in various formations.

 Airline was a part of the world record last year when 555,932 people participated. This year’s goal is for 600,000 stackers to take part.

  Coach Rambin said incorporating the event with her Physical Education classes is an excellent way to get students active. Not only does the sport involve running and bending, but also promotes hand/eye coordination.


 “It’s something different and is a whole lot of fun,” Rambin said. “It uses both sides of the brain and both hands, the dominant and non-dominant.”


 Each student left school with a certificate verifying their participation in Stack Up 2014. Guinness will notify Airline and other participating teams if they broke the world record in the next few weeks.


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Bossier Parish Senior Prepares for Second Brain Surgery

She is a beautiful 18-year-old senior who has hopes and dreams like everyone else in the Class of 2015. But first, Kendall Crosby must ...more


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Parkway’s Pride of Pantherland Band Represents

Louisiana Music Educators’ Association District VIII honor band auditions were held recently and Parkway’s Pride of Pantherland represented Bossier ...more



Vikings and Bucs Mean Business in Plano

The percussion sections at Airline and Haughton have something to beat their drum about.

Both sections represented Bossier Parish and Louisiana well in the ...more



High School News
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Parkway Cross Country Stars

Make History


 Two Parkway High School athletes have made both school and state history.

 Hayden Kingfisher and Sara Funderburk both won the 5A individual state titles for boys and girls cross country. Hayden won the 3-mile race with a time of 15:35; Sara won with a time of 18:40. These were the fastest times recorded by individual runners in all seven of the classifications, making Hayden and Sara the Louisiana Composite State Champions.

 In addition to their individual accomplishments, their wins mark the first time in the history of 5A cross country that the two state champions came from the same school.

 Parkway and Bossier Schools are proud to call these state champions our own!



Submitted by: Holly George

Haughton High School Graduation Coach

Haughton High School’s spirit theme has taken on several meanings for the players and students this year. On ...more


Benton and Parkway Track Coaches

Nominated for National Coaching Award

Benton High’s Frank Trammel and Parkway’s Kent Falting are synonymous with success, both on the running track and off.


Airline Remembers Its Own While “Helping Hearts”

Once a Viking, always a Viking.

It has been eight years since beloved Airline High School junior Katy Watkins and two other classmates were given ...more


Parkway Helps Hearts at Barksdale

Each day the men and women at Barksdale Air Force Base do what it takes to protect our freedoms. That is why the Parkway Panthers decided to be the ones taking care ...more


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Teamwork Makes the Dream Work at Bossier High


Submitted by: Jennifer Moreland

Bossier High Student Council Sponsor


 “Teamwork makes the Dream Work” is the slogan and theme at Bossier High School this year and the students put that slogan into practice during Homecoming Week.

 Students came together to bring loose change to help a local shelter. The Humane Society of Northwest Louisiana is a non-profit no kill shelter that takes dogs in from Bossier, Caddo and Desoto parishes. Bossier High Student Council organized and led the change collection, turning it into a competition amongst the homeroom classes.  Coach David George’s homeroom came in first, bringing in $112 and Coach Brad Bernard’s class took second place, collecting $65.

 On November 13, Student Council members went to visit the Humane Society of Northwest Louisiana. Students were given a tour of the shelter by Courtney Wingate, one of the shelter volunteers. Wingate told the students the history of the shelter, their mission, how the shelter operates and what they could do to get involved.

 Students learned the shelter has a maximum capacity of 50 dogs, that the shelter did about 325 adoptions last year, every dog is taken to the vet for a full checkup and receives the medical care they need.

 Students also saw firsthand what happens when people do not spay or neuter their pets. Right now the shelter has two litters of puppies they are caring for; one, just days old, still being cared for by their mother Pumpkin, a sassy Chihuahua.  The other litter is two playful lab mix puppies waiting on their forever home.

 Wingate also shared with the students how they can help the shelter. She said the shelter is run completely by volunteers and there are several ways to volunteer with the shelter. Working adoption events, helping clean and feed at the shelter and, for those over the age of 18, help directly with the dogs living at the shelter.

 Community awareness is another way Wingate told the students they could help, by spreading the word about the shelter and the dogs they have up for adoption. Simply liking the shelter’s Facebook page and sharing it with their friends is an easy way to help spread the word of the shelter’s mission.

 When the tour was over, Student Council President Reondrick Owens told Wingate what students at Bossier High had done during their Homecoming week. Then, junior class officer Megan Taylor presented Wingate with a check in the amount of $400, showing that “Teamwork” can make the “Dream Work.”


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“Pride of Pantherland” Band Named Grand Champions

November has been a time to shine for Parkway’s Pride of Pantherland Band.

The band received all ones and placed first runner-up out of 34 bands ...more


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Parkway's Pride of Pantherland Throws Down In Dutchtown

It was a very exciting weekend for the Pride of Pantherland. In fact, Parkway's band students are referring to it as #throwdownindutchtown .


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Benton High Yearbook Staff Wins Award of Excellence

The Benton High Yearbook Staff puts out one quality publication. Just ask around.

Last Friday, the 2013-14 staff was awarded the National Yearbook ...more