Phillips High School

Dodd crowned 2020 Phillips High Homecoming Queen


The Phillips High School 2020 Homecoming Court. From l-r: Kayden McGarity, seventh grade representative; Morgan Lauderdale, eighth grade representative; Madison Smith, ninth grade representative; Jada Hulsey, twelfth grade representative; Queen Julie Dodd; Morgan Wilson, twelfth grade representative; Katelyn Frazier, eleventh grade representative and Shelby Dodd, tenth grade representative.
BEAR CREEK - Julie Dodd was crowned the Phillips High School Homecoming Queen for 2020 during a halftime ceremony Friday, Sept. 11.

Phillips High students mourn the loss of one of their own


From left, Diane Hulsey, great-aunt of Chase Hulsey; Chase's homebound teacher Reba Hill, closest friends Madison Thrasher, Devin Mann, Nick Loveless and Camron Kelley, School Counselor Monica Allen and High School Principal Dr. Al Temple, recall special moments in Chase's life as the school and community cope with his recent death after a lengthy battle with cancer.
BEAR CREEK - Exactly one week after cancer claimed the 4-year-old life of Wyatt Spann in Winfield, the community of Bear Creek is mourning the loss while celebrating the life of Chase Hulsey, a Phillips High School senior whose life was also taken by cancer at the tender age of 19.