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Hereford Harbinger

The student news site of Hereford High School

Hereford Harbinger

Is release time excessive? No

Sydney Goorevitz, Reporter January 18, 2024

One of the perks of being a high school senior is release time. In order to graduate, students must have a minimum of 18 credits. Many seniors have already completed their credits which leaves extra time...

Christmas music is overtaking the holiday season

Christmas music is overtaking the holiday season

Lily Gunderson, Reporter December 20, 2023

Christmas music seems to be all that is played from Thanksgiving to January. All you hear during the holiday season is Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas is You” for the 100th time in a Starbucks...

Scorsese’s new film highlights forgotten Native American history

Hannah Stecher, Reporter November 15, 2023

Martin Scorsese’s “Killers of the Flower Moon” is an unsettling three-and-a-half-hour film that merges drama, crime, romance, and mystery. Hailed as "Scorsese's Masterpiece” by critics, the film,...

Is the Stanley tumbler worth the hype?

Ellie Lanford, Reporter November 15, 2023

The Stanley tumbler has claimed the new spot at Hereford High School as the water bottle everyone is using. The Stanley brand has been a company since 1913, but suddenly came known in 2022 for its bright...

Johnny Dingus Band covers and creates

Aubrey Burkhardt, Reporter November 10, 2023

The band will be performing: “I Got a Feeling” by the Black-Eyed Peas, “Twist and Shout” by the Beatles, “Super Freak” by Rick James, and an original song, “Unidentified Flying Person,”...

Some athletes put their information on Sports Recruits. To see what colleges, viewed a profile players spend $399 for only one year of use.

The college recruiting process puts stress on student athletes

Caitlin Meeker, Reporter May 15, 2023

Once a student athlete reaches high school a choice must be made. The choice seems simple; Should I continue playing in college or not? But with the stress, time, cost, and confusing nature of the college...

Hereford trashed by hooligans

Henry Hottenstein, Reporter June 9, 2022

Students taking AP exams after May 10th found out that they would not be receiving free snacks at their exams. A few students were taking far too many snacks and one student took it upon himself to take...

First in-person finals sets new precedents for future years

First in-person finals sets new precedents for future years

Aleia Yeager, Reporter June 9, 2022

Finals are approaching and many find themselves freaking out at the thought of that big letter grade marked on their report card. All grades but seniors haven’t taken finals in person yet due to the...

Bentley, Marley, and Roxie after a fun hot day swimming in the gunpowder river.

Your dog is more than a cuddle buddy

Natalie Burger, Reporter June 9, 2022

said. “You should treat them with value and care.”  Many of us have experienced the joy of owning a dog. Their cute little paws and their puppy breath, with their tiny teeth and overwhelming cuteness....

Gabe Balakirskiy (’25) and Megan Warrenfeltz (’23) pose in front of the Hereford college and career readiness sign. Both shared their view on how school impacts their dream.

School impacts students’ future aspirations

Sophie Shive, Reporter June 9, 2022

At a young age, dreams and aspirations for the future control our minds. We imagine flying to outer space, becoming a zoologist, or playing a professional sport. As we become older, we become realistic....

A – List celebrities star in new film “Red Notice”

Emma Cruise, Reporter December 22, 2021

Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds star in the new Netflix movie “Red Notice” as illusive and revered conmen chased by crimefighting FBI agent played by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Released on Nov...

Casey Beste (‘24) and Gabriel Westra (‘25) show off their Nike Blazers. They both customized them on the Nike website. (photo by Molly Craig)

Students find style in retro shoe

Molly Craig, Reporter December 22, 2021

The Nike Blazer ‘77s were the very first Nike high-top basketball shoes. Created in 1973, the shoe helped Nike solidify its relationship with the sport. Players raved over the sturdiness and the rubber...

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