By Natalie Eaton Bring your popcorn and rootbeer, and be prepared to laugh! Jenks High School’s drama production, Deadwood Dick, is debuting this December with a big story to tell. This year, the play will be based in the Old West and will go faster than regular drama […]
By Jett Millican The transformation of the beloved Jenks RiverWalk from simply a cheap movie theatre to a happening attraction could be the best thing to happen for the city of Jenks. Next in the lineup of on the water thrills is Bramble Breakfast and Bar. Walking into […]
By Bella Skinner No matter the occasion, nothing can interfere with the ritual junior Emma Bryan and her sister Ella Fleming share. Each day, Emma helps feed, medicate, and care for Ella, but the most important part of their day occurs at the very beginning when Ella walks […]
By Izzy Pankey Student involvement. Seemingly a given at JHS. Students can join any club and participate in practically anything, but student involvement for our special needs students is a bit different. That’s where project unify comes into play. Project Unify is a club for students, with and […]
By Carson Messick “Hey, watch out!” We’ve all read the stories about football players, volleyball players, and players every other sport, but what about the people who are also on the sidelines with them? The athletic trainers at Jenks attend almost every game our athletes play to help […]
By Jackson Lee For the past two years, Flying Tee has been supplying the Jenks community with tons of entertainment. Featuring indoor and outdoor entertainment areas, Flying Tee has something for everyone. The venue also hosts a wide variety of weekly events. One stands out from the rest […]
By Mikyla Khan, Izabella Skinner, Carson Messick The Torch Hunters travel to Will Rogers HS in Tulsa, OK to find the famed ghost of Dr. Barnett and other hauntings at the school!