Johnston High School - 6500 NW 100th St, Johnston, IA

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Johnston High School - 6500 NW 100th St, Johnston, IA

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Johnston High School - 6500 NW 100th St, Johnston, IA

The Black & White

Trends in 10 | Ep 1 | Homecoming

Sidny Pohlman, Cate Taylor, Ava Thompson, and Grace Knight September 26, 2023

Grace, Cate, Ava & Sidny discuss the trends of homecoming week. From Rock Around the Clocks least favorite game to whether or not it's okay to match your date's shoes, we have all of your homecoming trends...

Dajah Baptiste (right) 19 dances into Lydia Venter (middle) 19, causing a chain reaction of falls.

Homecoming Dance: Under the Sea

Sarah Nelson, Staff Writer October 20, 2017

Whats the need for Hoco King and Queen?

What’s the need for Hoco King and Queen?

Joe Kronberg, Staff Writer October 10, 2017

Homecoming 2017 was overall a success. Everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves, the music was actually good for once, and a bowl of gummy sharks ensured a good time, including our King and Queen, Tom...

Homecoming court announced

Homecoming court announced

Nick Irwin, Online Editor September 25, 2017

Men of the court Thomas Altier Robert Chickering Ryan Brueckner Josh Marckmann Tahj Neely Women of the court Emma Ford Hailey Abbey Kylie Watson Gwynna Miner Emily Breeden Junior Attendants Obsee...

Homecoming court announced

Homecoming court announced

Bryce Schulte, Online Editor-in-Chief September 16, 2016

Men of the court: Trent Wignall Jack Gruening Charlie Hoekstra Bryce Rowland Cale Michel   Women of the court: Katie Kelly Kristen Hart Paige Sieren Jenna Riley Corina...

Members of marching band performs a song from their theme Iconic: Crossing Generations. The marching band performed during the half-time show Oct. 2.

Dragons roast the Rough Riders

Bryce Schulte, Print editor October 5, 2015

In a seemingly quick game against Roosevelt, the varsity football team took home the win with 49-0 at this year's homecoming game Oct. 2. Even in the mid-50 degree weather, fans were still cheering...

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