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  • Students make choice to give back to community
  • Rolla soccer sets up for successful season
  • What’s New? Volleyball.
  • Rolla Robotics
  • Orval Reeves Art gallery shows cultured side of Rolla
  • Students make choice to give back to community

    Students make choice to give back to community

    Lauren Ulrich, Reporter

    September 26, 2017

    There are abundant ways for Rolla High School students to contribute to their community. Whether through a club, organization, or individual efforts, many students find ways to volunteer in Rolla. Some students have gone above and beyond to help others. One such student is sophomore Brenna Heavin...

  • Rolla soccer sets up for successful season

    Rolla soccer sets up for successful season

    Josh Pritchett, Reporter

    September 21, 2017

    The 2017 Rolla Boys Soccer Team’s season is already up and running. The team is looking forward to another great season led by Senior Drew Blair, Nick Janke, and Jayson Ross. The three seniors will have to pick up some slack after losing a lot of seniors from last year. Despite having to fill in starting...

    photo by Roger Vaughn

  • What’s New? Volleyball.

    What’s New? Volleyball.

    Brett Gonzalez, Reporter

    September 21, 2017

    It's not often that a high school sports team lead by seniors. This year's Rolla High School volleyball team is lead by a slew of seniors who playing volleyball at a high school caliber level for a number of years now. Macy Moreland and Madalyn Franks are two of the many seniors to lead the bulldog attack....

  • Rolla Robotics

    Rolla Robotics

    Jeppe Soerensen, Reporter

    September 21, 2017

    Students who are part of Rolla High School’s Robotics team are gearing up for yet another year of competition with FIRST Tech Challenge. With their goal to advance further and once again compete on the world stage. "Robotic’s goal is to help future engineers and marketers and other skillsets in ...

  • Orval Reeves Art gallery shows cultured side of Rolla

    Orval Reeves Art gallery shows cultured side of Rolla

    Maia Bond, Arts & Entertainment Editor

    September 19, 2017

    The house across the street from the Rolla High School, concealed by towering bamboo, has stayed a quiet business for 30 years. In passing it seems like an average old home but look closer and the black cats sitting on the porch steps and the eccentric green front door tell a different story. The...




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ECHO Awareness: Bringing light to America’s opiod crisis each issue

Sam Kimball, Staff Writer

October 20, 2017

Our series continues this month with an interview with a Doctor who discusses the importance of pain medicines for some people Despite the opioid crisis in America, t...

ECHO Awareness: Bringing light to America’s opiod crisis each issue

October 20, 2017

Art Club

Art Club

September 21, 2017

ECHO Awareness: Bringing light to America’s opiod crisis each issue

ECHO Awareness: Bringing light to America’s opiod crisis each issue

September 19, 2017

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Coach Drew Bahr: the man, the myth, the legend

Coach Drew Bahr: the man, the myth, the legend

Blaize Klossner, Reporter

September 21, 2017

One of the most recognizable faces in the halls of our school is Coach Drew Bahr. For all who know him, Bahr is unlike any other. Many coaches are known for winning tradition...

What’s New? Volleyball.

What’s New? Volleyball.

September 21, 2017

Athlete Feature: Macy Moreland

September 19, 2017

Athlete Feature: Rhys Proffit, soccer

Athlete Feature: Rhys Proffit, soccer

September 19, 2017

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New School Year Comes with Big Changes in RHS

Sloane Medows, Reporter

September 26, 2017

No one can ignore the new addition. It’s big, it’s loud, and helps contain thirteen hundred kids. The addition was added to the Rolla High School so an early child develo...

Chaos erupts in Charlottesville over debate on Confederate monuments

Tutu Hardwick, Staff Writer

September 19, 2017

While the majority of Rolla, Missouri was preparing for the start of the new school year, Charlottesville, Virginia was preparing for one of the “largest hate-gathering...

ECHO earns All-Missouri, top state honor

ECHO earns All-Missouri, top state honor

Press Release, ECHO Staff

March 30, 2017

ECHO Magazine earned the All-Missouri top state honor for the second consecutive year. The honor was announced at yesterday’s annual J-Day which is hosted by the Missouri...

ECHO issues apology for misleading image

ECHO issues apology for misleading image

November 29, 2016

Juniors state-wide will get a free crack at the ACT this spring

November 8, 2016

Students seek to find an opportunity in debate

May 5, 2016

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Students share ways to unwind

Seongrak Jason Kim, Reporter

September 26, 2017

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Artist Feature: Kasi Jones

Artist Feature: Kasi Jones

September 19, 2017

Fall play ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ showcases Rolla theatre

Fall play ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ showcases Rolla theatre

March 7, 2017

Renaissance Festival

March 7, 2017

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