Toryn Triplitt

About Toryn Triplitt

Born deaf, second year Feather student junior Toryn Triplitt has used her disability to develop a strength that she displays in her commitment and passion for horses and barrel racing, while maintaining a 4.1 GPA. In addition, she mentors junior high girls in the campus Sister to Sister program and will volunteer at an animal shelter or horse therapy center. Despite dedicating anywhere from one to three hours a day to horse care, Triplitt plans to run for Coarsegold Rodeo Queen this upcoming spring. She is driven by a lifelong disability and a love for horses, Triplitt’s foundation is “... I delight in weaknesses, in insults, in hardships, in persecutions, in difficulties. For when I am weak, then I am strong.” (II Corinthians 12:10) Even in the midst of overcoming personal struggles, she enjoys encouraging others. Triplitt plans to study Ag in college.

California Bests: National Parks

By |2019-02-10T11:39:50+00:00February 8th, 2019|Features, Home Feature 2|

California won the title this year on WalletHub for the Most Fun State of 2018 due to the abundance of activities the state has to offer. California has many things to offer, including a variety of climates ranging from snowy mountains to dry deserts to sunny beaches, which house many national parks, a variety of amusement parks and plenty of tourist destinations.

Lindsay Weimer shares success story of cancer battle, part 2

By |2019-02-06T14:26:13+00:00February 5th, 2019|Features, Top 5|

Lindsay Weimer, ‘20, after enduring her first three month round of chemotherapy and an invasive surgery, was skeptical about continuing her chemo treatments. But through prayer and after a conversation with her aunt, she eventually concluded that she should continue treatments.

Lindsay Weimer shares success story of cancer battle, part 1

By |2019-02-08T11:56:28+00:00January 17th, 2019|Features|

Campus junior overcomes Ewing's Sarcoma “I think it was probably shock, this can’t be happening again,” Matthew Weimer said, “Especially when they said that the blood test was fine, but the x-ray was not. And then the biopsy was bad." Junior Lindsay Weimer and her father, Matthew Weimer, open up about Lindsay's [...]

COLUMN: Learning to Prioritize

By |2019-02-10T17:15:10+00:00December 11th, 2018|Column, Opinions|

In my third year of high school, I have learned a lot about my priorities from just the past two years alone. At the beginning of freshmen year, I was barrel racing and riding horses full time, played volleyball, and was taking all academic classes. Sophomore year I joined The Feather while I continued to barrel racing, play volleyball and enroll in more difficult academic classes. I began to feel overwhelmed the second week of school. It came to a point where there was just too much on my plate.

Flu season descends upon the Central Valley

By |2018-12-17T09:07:06+00:00December 8th, 2018|News, Winter|

If you are experiencing a high fever, chills, muscle aches, coughing, congestion, a runny nose, headaches and fatigue, you may have caught the dreaded influenza viral infection. Influenza, the flu, is a contagious respiratory illness. Depending on the year, 5% to 20% of Americans catch the flu each year.

Bohemian Rhapsody tells the story of Queen

By |2019-01-09T13:27:03+00:00December 3rd, 2018|Arts & Entertainment, Movies/TV, Reviews|

The rock and roll lifestyle, portrayed in the film Bohemian Rhapsody, was all Freddie Mercury’s attempt to fill a void that seemed endless. A diva, surrounded by band members he called family, a woman who was the love of his life, and a fight with accepting who he was and his sexuality, and a shocking AIDS diagnosis all play a tumultuous part in telling the story of the iconic band, Queen.

PROMO: Campus groups to march in Children’s Electric Christmas Parade

By |2018-12-07T13:59:55+00:00November 29th, 2018|News|

The beginning of December marks the start of Christmas music, candy canes, and lights, and the Children’s Electric Christmas Parade, Dec. 1 at 6:30 p.m., kicks off the month of holiday festivities off with a bang. People flock to line the streets of Old Town Clovis to watch the lit up floats, buggies, bands, and even animals march through town. For its 31st consecutive year, this years record 115 parade entries are expected to come and show off their lights and skills. 

Fall Sports Awards 2018

By |2018-11-27T13:38:12+00:00November 20th, 2018|News|

Upon entering the holiday season, the players and achievements of fall sports teams were honored in the Peoples Church gym, Nov. 15. Athletes, coaches and families joined to honor the football team, JV and varsity volleyball, and girls tennis. A variety of awards were handed out including MVP and the Coaches Award. Coaches got the chance to share the team's records and accomplishments.

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