JHS Choir, Band & Color Guard Members Excel at Solo & Ensemble Contests

By Austin Farmer JHS Campus Editor JHS Choir Hits A New High Note at Solo & Ensemble Contests MARSHALL – Congratulations to the following choir members for receiving a first division rating at UIL Solo and Ensemble Contest Feb. 7: Vocal Solo, Carmen Bradley (9) Ensemble, Charlie Brown (11) Vocal Solo and Ensemble, Collin Cawood… Read More JHS Choir, Band & Color Guard Members Excel at Solo & Ensemble Contests

Bulldog Beacon | Chrishon Hicks: A Hoop’s Worst Nightmare

By Austin Farmer JHS Campus Editor After the Jefferson Dawgs came out with a triumphant win against the undefeated Tatum Eagles at home, Chrishon Hicks (#10) proved that he is a formidable force. Hicks is currently at the 90 shots blocked mark for the season and loves to show off his talent for specialty dunks…… Read More Bulldog Beacon | Chrishon Hicks: A Hoop’s Worst Nightmare

Bulldog Beacon | Mackenzie ‘Two Points’ Jordan: Looking Forward to Playoffs

By Austin Farmer JHS Campus Editor With two regular season games left and a record of 14-11, the Jefferson girls basketball team is looking toward the playoffs, and senior player Mackenzie “Two Points” Jordan said their goal lies beyond the district level. “Our goal is to make it to the state playoffs, and we know… Read More Bulldog Beacon | Mackenzie ‘Two Points’ Jordan: Looking Forward to Playoffs

Bulldog Beacon | JHS Teacher Honored for Volunteer Animal Rescue Efforts

From Staff Reports JEFFERSON – High school teacher and Journalism Club Sponsor Dina Carroll learned at an early age about helping animals. “My mother was a rescuer before the term rescue was cool,” Carroll said. “She carried dog and cat food in the trunk of our family car and would stop often to tend to… Read More Bulldog Beacon | JHS Teacher Honored for Volunteer Animal Rescue Efforts