Staffer reflects on growing up

A.J. Lank, Editorial Editor

September 10, 2019

Memories: the one thing I can never have enough of. Lots of memories cloud my mind, but others are lost deep in my thoughts from the time before...the time before reality hit.     You know what I’m talking about? We were little kids and thoug...

Staffer gives scoop on world happenings

Allie Schneider, Entertainment Editor

September 10, 2019

What the heck is going on in this world? This is a question that I ask myself constantly.    Though with our day and age of information and knowledge at our fingertips I still find myself disconnected from what’s happening...

Junior comes Meowt Pt. 2

Emmy Furman, Co-Editor

September 10, 2019

Summer is out and school is back in, which means that it is that time of the year when students tell their stories about their amazing summer breaks. Not meaning to brag but I definitely had the best summer out of everyone.  ...

Massive novel is worth reading , despite length

Seth Jarvis, Co-Editor

September 10, 2019

   Reading, something we certainly love to do! Yeah, it can be a little hard to sit down and read a book, especially, if the book drags on forever and takes and ungodly amount of time to get interesting.    I’ve always wan...

Horrible illnesses plague Burlington High School

Allison Schneider, Entertainment Editor

September 10, 2019

Diseases have recently been running rampant among the teenagers of Burlington High School and this could possibly be an epidemic. These illnesses are all different and show different symptoms that can range from: the irresisti...

Junior joins staff

Caedon Berkenmeier, Sports Editor

September 5, 2019

Junior Jacob Dugar has joined newspaper. He holds the editorial editor position. He is participating because of the people who are in it and for the memes. His previous skills included proof reading and writing. His favorite moment...

New Staffer Joins Cat Tracks

Jacob Dugar, Editorial Editor

September 5, 2019

   Junior Caedon Berkenmeier has joined Cat Tracks this year, and he has a bit to say about this new experience.    The first question he was asked about was about his motives for participating. He said, “I joined to become a bette...

Veteran shares benefits of class

Abby Finlayson, Ad Manager

May 13, 2019

by Abby Finlayson    Freshman year, I got a note that said I was referred to journalism. Honestly, I did not even know what the class was. I had never read one of the newspapers before then.    While enrolling myself, I...

Staffer writes sensitive poem

AJ Lank, Sports Editor

May 13, 2019

I am Suicide.   I don’t think they really understood; everything about me didn’t make sense. I didn’t have my life all figured out like the other kids, but that was OK. At least I thought it was.    There was much con...

Senior bids farewell

Daniel Gifford, Editor-in-Cheif

May 13, 2019

To Whom It May Concern,   By the time you read this, I will have already left you. Never fear, for I won’t be far. Nor will those others you call seniors. However, we will shortly depart into the vast unknowns of the future and l...

Junior copes with staff craziness

Zach Garner, Sports Editorial

May 13, 2019

It’s the last issue of the newspaper, and we have had a great year as a group, but this editorial is also about the bad things that happened this year.    There were many moments when we all knew that things had gone too f...

Family character would make great evil villain

Seth Jarvis, Editorial Editor

May 13, 2019

Half the time when I go to start an editorial, I have no idea what I want to do. Sometimes I feel like doing something serious and real; however I’m always afraid of getting my facts wrong. So, my final editorial will be about...

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