Revels 2014: Get Your Move On

The 69th annual Rangerette Revels continues at 7 p.m. Saturday in Dodson Auditorium. The show is entitled “Get Your Move On” and resembles a combination of “Dancing With the Stars” and “So You Think You Can Dance.” A viewer could easily mistake sitting in Dodson Auditorium with feeling like a part of a live studio […]

‘Check Please’ continues until Sunday

The KC Theatre Department is presenting Jonathan Rand’s hit sketch-comedy, “Check Pleasein Van Cliburn Auditorium through Sunday. The play continues at 7:30 p.m. Friday with a matinee performance 2:30 p.m. Sunday, April 13. General admission tickets are $6 for adults, $5 for students and $4 with a student ID. Children under the age of seven […]

69th Revels dedicated to Pennington

The 69th annual Rangerette Revels, “Get Your Move On,” is dedicated to Joyce Pennington, president, CEO and owner of the American Dance/Drill Team School headquartered in Salado. Pennington has been an active supporter of the Rangerettes for more than 30 years. Though Pennington is not a former Rangerette, she was named an honorary Rangerette Forever […]

Captain shares Rangerette traditions with mother

  There is something special when there is an experience one can share with someone else, especially between a mother and a daughter. Rangerette captain Jenna Helduser of College Station has been able to share the opportunity of being a world famous Rangerette and officer with her mother. Janet Helduser was a Rangerette from 1974-1976, […]

Rangerette headed back to hometown to operate studio where she learned dance

Girls in the family go to Dance Connections and the boy plays baseball,” jokes sophomore Rangerette Kaitlin Hanus on her hometown of Magnolia. As Hanus describes the old and new part of Magnolia, she explains that the dance studio Dance Connections she now owns is in the old part. The studio is a 6,200 square-foot […]

Longview freshman’s extensive interest in film photography

  In the photography department there is a student nicknamed the “Darkroom Nazi,” a takeoff from “Seinfeld’s” Soup Nazi. “I’ve taken pictures all my life but never saw them as any good until recently,” said Joel Ferguson, Longview freshman. Ferguson got the nickname due to his passion for film photography. He can frequently be found […]