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The Trojan Times

The Lowe Down: Being “Extra”

By: Grace Lowe Something I’ve always been interested in is film and acting, but it wasn’t anything I thought I’d pursue and if I did, I’d have to wait until I could move somewhere like California or New York. I was skeptical of production companies that filmed in less mainstream…

Is That It?

What Really Happened with the Eclipse By: Lillian Barry and Madison High The pristine white circumference of the moon, called the corona, gleams as the Moon completely obscures the Sun. (Photo: Nathaniel Baines) Two minutes and 40 seconds of darkness. Ohhhh, wow, can’t I just turn the lights off in…

Photostory: The Great American Eclipse

By: Nathaniel Baines Pictures were taken outside of Scottsville, KY Our Sun as it is normally seen. The very beginning of the eclipse, also known as “ the first contact”.  The first contact progressed a little further. Progression of the eclipse. Further progression. The Sun in a crescent shape as…

Meet the Trojans Photogallery

Cheerleaders enthusiastically wave their Pom-poms while leading guests in a chant. BCHS Athletic Booster Club President Amie Hurt. Hurt enthusiastically describes the night’s events. School and district employees attend Meet the Trojans. From left: Principal Brad Johnson, Athletic Director Warren Cunningham, Assistant Superintendent Lori Crews, Superintendent Bo Matthews, Director of…

Ready, Set, Meet the Trojans!

By: Brennan Crain Barren County High School athletes and Trojan fans filled the BCHS gym Monday evening at the fall “Meet the Trojans” presented by the BCHS athletic booster club. President Amie Hurt welcomed guests and proceeded to invite Spencer Steenbergen to lead the congregation in fellowship prayer prior to…