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Jimmy Dees

Jimmy Dees, Associate Editor

Jimmy is returning to The Prowl this year as a senior and Associate Editor. While he may be a ‘typical jock’ type of guy, many are surprised to hear that he participates in extracurriculars that are the exact opposite of the stereotypical jock persona. Some of these include his participation in band/choir, his acting in the spring musical, and most obviously his role in journalism.

Jimmy is what some might call an odd duck. His Spotify playlists can only be described as a conglomeration of disorganization. The only constant being the relentless blaring of Zach Bryan that you can hear coming from Jimmy’s car from at least a block away. Besides that, you will never catch him wearing regular socks, for his fashion includes an infinite wardrobe of crazy socks. 

“Jimmy is a goofy goober,” senior Scout Harry Sullivan said. “He loves yogurt raisins and Destiny 2. I love him so much. Jimmy is a brother man.”

All content by Jimmy Dees
On Christmas Eve, the NORAD Santa tracker goes live. While the graphics aren’t the best, it imparts the Christmas spirit in millions of kids internationally.

UP ON THE ROOFTOP

Jimmy Dees, Associate Editor
December 21, 2023
Jake Clifton stares in disbelief as sophomore Trystan Preator modernizes the medieval helmet with a baseball hat.

HE WALKS IN BEAUTY LIKE THE (K)NIGHT

Jimmy Dees, Associate Editor
December 11, 2023
Senior Aubree Fisher spends her weekends teaching all ages how to ski or snowboard. For her, she prefers snowboarding.

FISHING FOR SOME WINTER FUN

Jimmy Dees, Associate Editor
November 30, 2023
The Concert Choir group performed four pieces including “The National Anthem,” “Heroes and Dreamers,” “The Longest Time,” and “Parting Glass.”

TAKING THE STAGE

Jimmy Dees, Associate Editor
November 10, 2023
Adorned in a Hawaiian outfit, now junior Paul Cox prepared to make a serve for his Buff Puff team in 2022 of the annual PHS Homecoming Week.

BRING IT HOME

Emma Johnson, Editor-In-Chief
September 13, 2023
Many of the new laptops this year have had mechanical malfunctions, causing them to not work properly.

‘BOOK’ING IT FOR A DIFFERENT BRAND

Jimmy Dees, Associate Editor
October 20, 2023
From left to right, Peyton Hamilton, Avery Lane, James Love, Marty Welling, Ashlynn Fink, Jimmy Dees, Scout Sullivan, and Kyle North celebrate the conclusion of the Summer Food Program. Photo courtesy of Rachel Knights.

AIDING THE HEALTHCARE COMMUNITY

Jimmy Dees, Associate Editor
September 27, 2023
Sophomore Salem Brown grasps a handful of crayons, her writing utensil of choice.

THE LINK BETWEEN LEAD AND INK

Jimmy Dees, Associate Editor
May 8, 2023
The recent district-wide reevaluation of the book policy inside school libraries has raised a few eyebrows in the community. Now with the policy in place, some high school students share their mixed feelings on this historic moment.

READ IN BETWEEN THE LINES

Jimmy Dees, Feature Editor
April 19, 2023
With the semi-annual time change approaching, PHS students give their opinion on daylight savings.

OH HOW THE TIMES CHANGE

Jimmy Dees, Feature Editor
March 8, 2023
 PHS “couple” Nathan Feller and Austin Graft show their affection for one another with a substantial amount of PDA.

PDA IS NOT OKAY

Jimmy Dees, Feature Editor
March 2, 2023
Pictured from left to right, Cole Young, Jimmy Dees, and Joe Bucher show their outfits they chose to wear for “dress as your type day” during Homecoming of 2022.

THE “COVERED” UP TRUTH

Jimmy Dees, Prowl Reporter
February 15, 2023
The famous quote, “I have a dream” was delivered by MLK on Aug. 28, 1963 during the march on Washington.

NOT AS BLACK AND WHITE AS YOU THINK

Jimmy Dees, Prowl Reporter
January 31, 2023
Abby Eaton gives a heart to Morgan Wallen while he is on stage.

LIVIN’ THE DREAM

Jimmy Dees, Prowl Reporter
May 26, 2022
Cold peach soup just looks tasty; it is practically asking you to make a bowl of it.

SOUP OF THE MONTH

Jimmy Dees, Prowl Reporter
May 12, 2022
Sophomore Liz Peterson’s dog, Dixie, is shown dressed up for St. Patrick’s Day.

ST. PADDY’S DAY

Jimmy Dees, Prowl Reporter
April 1, 2022
Freshman Salem Brown shows off her crazy socks decorated with cavemen.

CRAZY SOCKS: HOT OR NOT?

Jimmy Dees, Prowl Reporter
March 9, 2022
As the clouds rolled in on Sunday afternoon, the town of Powell braced for a Cold Presidents’ Day.

MONDAY FUNDAY

Jimmy Dees, Prowl Reporter
February 25, 2022
Traditionally Seal Day takes place in the Armory across from the Powell High School but depending on the weather it can be held outside.

SEAL DAY

Jimmy Dees, Prowl Reporter
February 11, 2022
Whether it’s for a quick escape or because they forgot them, some PHS students leave their keys in the ignition on a day to day basis.

ANNOYING CAR KEYS

Jimmy Dees, Prowl Reporter
February 2, 2022
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