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Senior Jack Craft battled the massive Smokehouse Creek wildfire with the Locust Grove Volunteer Fire Department on Tuesday, Feb. 27. Photo provided by Jack Craft.
Battling the Blaze
March 8, 2024

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Homecoming Parade Wednesday

This upcoming Wednesday at 6:30pm, the Canadian Wildcat Booster Club and CHS Spirit Club are hosting the first ever Homecoming Spirit Parade. The route begins at the Hemphill County Courthouse, continuing up 6th Street, and ending at Christ Koetting Field. All CISD has been invited to participate, and community members, youth groups, businesses, and other Wildcat fans are strongly encouraged to join. No registration is required to join. At the end of the route, food trucks such as Smiley’s Food Wagon, KT Mini Donuts, Roll The Dice BBQ, and Fuegos Family Restaurant will be set up to feed hungry fans just in time for the “Lighting of the C”. Homecoming will begin at 7pm on Friday against the Elk City Elks.

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Xander Gasparlin
Xander Gasparlin, Social Media Editor
Hi there! I'm Xander. Currently, I have been in Journalism for 2 years. I love to express my creativity through digital media and design. Furthermore, I plan to minor in journalism to further my career into news writing by making it my minor at college. I am the behind the scenes guy for most of the work including the infamous Tiny Mic Interviews, but I also love to be on the camera too. Check out some of my works below!
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