Opinion

Pelham High School loves the Arts

Pelham High School loves the Arts

“Do we need a quote for this shirt?” I asked. Read more

Budding business: Beall opens clothing shop

Budding business: Beall opens clothing shop

“This is a business built on a shoestring budget,” Becky Beall said. “We were just meant to be here. Lots of happy accidents brought us ... Read more

Team takes to the Trails

Team takes to the Trails

“Getting people outside is healthy for the mind, body and spirit,” Pelham High School English teacher Ryan Dye said. Read more

PHS Princess makes waves in Tennessee

“Hollie’s here!” PHS Theatre Teacher Jamie Stephenson announced. Read more

Kai’s Koffee keeps moving up

“The coffee shop is taking on a life of its own,” Kai Smith said. Read more

More Articles

  1. Pelham celebrates holiday traditions
  2. ‘Believe’ mailbox holds PHS students’ wishes for Santa
  3. ‘Believe’ mailbox holds PHS students’ wishes for Santa
  4. Tutchtone earns PHS Teacher of the Year title
  5. Gifted shop features handmade items from local artists
  6. ‘The Miracle Worker’ performance sheds light on overcoming obstacles
  7. Hatch offers selfless service
  8. PHS theatre combines sweetness and lights
  9. PHS theatre combines sweetness and lights
  10. Behind the scenes at homecoming
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Conversations with Connie

PHS students receive awards before graduation

Pelham High School hosts an annual Awards Night before graduation celebrating the school’s top honors. Read more

Playing for pride

A new Pelham Panther Team took the field this spring—The Pelham Green Sleeves. Read more

Bahama Buck’s makes Pelham premier

Jay Yarbrough brought Bahama Buck’s to Pelham High School this winter. Read more

Change, rookie status and truth

“Let’s be co-presidents,” Maggie Smith said to Sarah Sansom. Read more

Bahama Buck’s makes Pelham premier

Jay Yarbrough brought Bahama Buck’s to Pelham High School this winter. Read more

Letters to the Editor

Adjustments come with a new school year

"If it helps school start in the new addition, aren't you willing to park far away?" my 13-year-old asked. Read more