Potential drug test ignites debate, anxiety in students

Emmy Furman, News Editor

November 6, 2018

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Students at BHS have been on edge recently due to talk of drug tests. The staff has decided that the tests will be done, as soon as (and if) the school board approves of the expense.    There are no specific details yet. Da...

Outrage plagues internet

Seth Jarvis, Editorial Editor

November 6, 2018

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There is something I feel has become too common within our society. It's something that happens all the time now and is starting to become a toxic part of the nation.  This is called “Outrage Culture”.    Some of you may b...

Are they really true heroes?

Haley Haines, News Editor

November 6, 2018

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The history of our country has been sugarcoated with the idea that we rarely do anything wrong, and if we ever do, it’s for the greater good of our country.    Christopher Columbus is well known for being the founder of this co...

Student vs pastor: does life have meaning?

Allie Schneider and Pastor Don M. Haselhuhn, Editorial Editor

November 6, 2018

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Nihilism is basically the belief that life is meaningless, and we all are going to die anyway.    Now, I consider myself nihilist but slightly different. I approach life with positive nihilism, which is a much better way to look...

Staffer plans to complete this column tomorrow

Zach Garner, Sports Editor

November 6, 2018

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You are all probably wondering when this article was written. That was about 10 seconds ago, bu qst it was not due for 23 minutes. This is the normal for some individuals on our newspaper staff.    Newspaper takes procrastination ...

We should be thankful for what we have

Daniel Gifford, Editor-in-Chief

November 6, 2018

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“Before time began, there was the cube,” said Optimus Prime. I thought you should know.    Hey, everybody! I hope y’all had a very spooky and altogether ooky Halloween. With Thanksgiving nearing, I am reminded even more...

Different spirit animals necessary for one’s life

Delani Nichols, Entertainment Editor

November 6, 2018

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According to ancient Native American lore (and Harry Potter), we all have a spirit animal.   When searching for your very own creature, you have to look deep down inside yourself and really truly do some evaluating. For some pe...

Parents, chill out on grades

Dakota Jesse, Editor-in-Cheif

November 5, 2018

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   You always hear the story of parents blaming the teacher for their child’s bad grade. This occurrence highly irritates me.    Some parents might believe if the students are failing or cannot get high test scores, the te...

New editors enjoy page layout woes

Seth Jarvis and Allie Schneider, Editorial Editors

October 18, 2018

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As we complete our very first addition of Cat Tracks, we thought you might like a little insight into what we have gone through. The two of us are newbies and though we went through a month straight of learning what to do......

Food policy reforms would improve student productivity

Emmy Furman, News Editor

October 18, 2018

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Picture this; you wake up bright and early to get ready for school. Your stomach is not ready to eat a full meal, but you know you will be hungry later. It is either eat now and suffer through an upset stomach, or wait and risk...

Staffer reflects on what is great about fall

Daniel Gifford, Editor-in-Cheif

October 18, 2018

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Ya feelin’ lucky, punk? Well...do ya?” Nope because life has no meaning. Jk. I hope. I hope you all are well this October morn, and I hope you are excited about fall. I know I am because it’s my favorite season....

Homecoming ‘equality’ unacceptable

Delani Nichols, Entertainment Editor

October 18, 2018

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Imagine this; it’s Homecoming, and the candidates are walking down the field. There’s somebody from cheer, football, volleyball, cross country, and even band. Wait, where is the captain of Scholars’ Bowl? The lead...

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