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Suicide, To Talk or To Not Talk, that IS the question

Suicide, To Talk or To Not Talk, that IS the question

Hillsboro Globe Editorial

April 11, 2019

Editor's Note: This article is a collaborative article written by several staff reporters of the Hillsboro Globe. The subject of talking about teen suicide became a hot topic recently because the national media was criticized for "over-talking" about the subject of suicide. The Op-Ed authors of Hill...

Winner, winner, chicken dinner – McDougal’s hits it out of the park

Winner, winner,  chicken dinner – McDougal’s hits it out of the park

Review and Photos by Abbey Cutrer and Libby Taylor

April 9, 2019

Fried chicken is the epitome of the south and a staple piece for any home-cooked meal.  Throughout Nashville, there are many incredible restaurants and some of them, are known for their fried chicken. My friend Abbey and I decided it was time we review some of Nashville's popular chicken resta...

Life, Love and Marriage in Renaissance Italy Exhibit-Review!

Life, Love and Marriage in Renaissance Italy Exhibit-Review!

Brandon Martinez, Writer

February 27, 2019

  The Frist Art Museum is a beautiful, historical building that houses  both permanent and touring visual arts exhibitions. Originally built in 1934 as  Nashville's centrally located U.S. Post Office, it remains a culturally important historic landmarks in Nashville. In 1988, t...

A New Burro Tradition: Hillsboro’s 5th Quarter Pancake Breakfast

A New Burro Tradition: Hillsboro’s 5th Quarter Pancake Breakfast

Libby Taylor, Journalist

January 23, 2019

This Friday, January 25th, Hillsboro's PTSO hosted its very first 5th Quarter  event for students, parents and the entire Hillsboro Community. The Burro event which included pancake throwing syrup drinking contests was held during halftime of the girls and boys games against Cane Ridge and following the boys game, 5th Quarter was held in the  cafeteria im...

Connect with Hillsboro’s PTSO’s Newsletter Here

Connect with Hillsboro’s PTSO’s Newsletter Here

Courtesy of The Hillsboro PTSO

January 7, 2019

Connect here to more information on: Volunteer Opportunities How to Join PTSO How to subscribe to this newsletter View past issues of PTSO News and Notes for the Week PTSO Link Is this email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser...

A humble hero of World War II, Former President George Herbert Walker Bush one last time to Washington

A humble hero of World War II, Former President George Herbert Walker Bush one last time to Washington

December 2, 2018

WASHINGTON (AP) — Former President George H.W. Bush is returning to Washington as a revered political statesman, hailed by leaders across the political spectrum and around the world as a man not only of greatness but also of uncommon decency and kindness. Bush, who died late Friday at his Hous...

The 75th Hume Award winner will be announced Wednesday, Dec. 5

The 75th Hume Award winner will be announced Wednesday, Dec. 5

Lauryn Newbern, Reporter/ Editor

November 27, 2018

On Wednesday, December 5, 2018, Tennessee's longest running scholar-athlete award will be presented to the 76th winner of the Hume Award. The award is given to those young men who exhibit excellence in sportsmanship, scholarship, and football ability. Being nominated as a finalist of the Hume ...

Talented, hard working individuals have a way of attracting the best of the best

Talented, hard working individuals have a way of attracting the best of the best

Lauryn Newbern and Mekhia Ranier

November 27, 2018

To build a competitive team in any arena be it sports, arts or academics, it is imperative for leaders who want high rates of return on their investments of energy, time and money to yield a great product. And so it has been with the compilation of coaches and players in this new era of football a...

Comic book titan Stan Lee has fallen

Comic book titan Stan Lee has fallen

Jared Ross, Journalist

November 24, 2018

The comic book titan, Stan Lee, has died on the morning of Monday November 12, 2018. Lee was 95 years old when he died. It became easy, in recent years, to dismiss him as the wisecracking grandpa of the American comic book, a past-his-prime gimmick who cameoed alongside Earth's angst-filled superheroes...

Coach Porter is Burro bank manager by day and Burro basketball coach at night

Coach Porter is Burro bank manager by day and Burro basketball coach at night

DeShaun Ellis, Music Critic

November 15, 2018

The Hillsboro US Community Credit Union branch has been a staple of the school since it first became  a named partner of the Academy of International Business and Communications. It has never been this easy to deposit and withdraw money when you need it quick. This is especially helpful when you...

PSTO Newsletter October 28, 2018 – Read! Be Aware! Participate! Invest!

PSTO Newsletter October 28, 2018 – Read! Be Aware! Participate! Invest!

Hillsboro PTSO

October 29, 2018

Hillsboro High School's Family Engagement Night - A Community Trick or Treat Open House was a HUGE Success! Future, current and past came to celebrate the community of Green Hills and Hillsboro High School. Future Burros (K-8th grade) and their families came to mingle and on campus with current HHS...

Hillsboro High School Celebrates its 79th Homecoming at Vanderbilt Stadium

Hillsboro High School Celebrates its 79th Homecoming at Vanderbilt Stadium

Lauryn Newbern, Reporter/ Editor

October 4, 2018

Homecoming week has finally arrived! Hillsboro High School, one of Metro Nashville Schools oldest schools, celebrates it's 79th Homecoming at Dudley Stadium on Vanderbilt's Campus, Saturday, October 6, 2018. Through out the week a varieties of activities have taken place from decorating the halls t...

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