Eureka Literary Magazine



Hannah Crowe, Editor & Houston Byrd, Co-Editor

2017: Hannah Crowe, Editor

Sara Grace El-Feraly, Editor

2016: Sara Grace El-Feraly, Editor





2015: Maddie Crain, Editor













In August of 2014, Helena High School opened its doors. During the same month, students in different English classes voted on what the new HHS literary magazine should be named.  The students thought it would be a good idea to honor history and to honor those people who spent their lives working in the mines in Shelby County. The students have named the literary magazine Eureka, after the coal mine Helena High School2011-11-22 Eureka 4 Mine Helena was built upon.

Here is more information about the history of Eureka No. 4:

 Unearthing Eureka No.4

Bham Wiki on Eureka No.4

Eureka, They Found It!



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