An historic announcement was made at the end of September after information came to light of suspicious activity out of the White House. A tip from an anonymous whistleblower detailed a controversial phone call between President Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. In response, on Tuesday, September 24, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi […]
This year’s Snowball dance will be held in the CHS commons on Saturday, January 25 from 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Although historically the dance has been held on Friday nights, it has been moved to the following Saturday to avoid conflicts with practices for winter sports. The dance will feature a winter theme, a […]
April Crider, School Social Worker What is your background before coming to Carrboro? I got a bachelor’s degree to be a French teacher and then never taught a day of French. I worked in a group home in San Francisco and really liked that kind of work and I got my Master’s in Social Work. […]
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The Stink Bugs, Carrboro High School’s Senior recreational basketball team, competed against GBO at Hargraves Community Center on Tuesday at 8:30 P.M., in what was a heated battle down to the final buzzer. Amid rising tension and a growing hum from the crowd, the Stink Bugs remained composed and attentive throughout the game. The Stink […]
Every week the JagWire will recap the sporting events of the previous week. See below for the latest sports update. Wrestling traveled to NCSSM for a dual meet this Tuesday. The team wrestled well and saw an especially strong pin by Josiah Pongsitiphon. Next up is a dual tournament tomorrow away at Northwood. Men’s and […]
Warning: Spoilers for Children of Blood and Bone and minor spoilers for Children of Virtue and Vengeance On December 3, 2019, Tomi Adeyemi released the sequel to her debut novel, Children of Blood and Bone. The sequel, titled Children of Virtue and Vengeance centers on Zélie as she works with the princess of Orïsha, Amari […]