Students endure mounds of work

Abby Finlayson, Ad Manager

April 8, 2019

      Every year, each student goes through four semesters. Each semester, new things are taught within the classes. How do these classes progress throughout the year?    The end of the year can be hard for many students and teac...

Newspaper staff prepares for Prom night

Emmy Furman, News Editor

April 8, 2019

   With Prom just around the corner,   the newspaper staff is busy doing their pre-Prom rituals. If you are struggling with finding a good routine, we are here to help you look and feel your absolute best.    First off, ...

Roman fish sauce must return to U.S cuisine

Seth Jarvis, Editorials Editor

April 8, 2019

I have no clue what I want to write about, so today I will tell how to mkae an ancient fish sauce; garum. Hope you have fun.    This stuff was extremely popular in ancient Rome. It was used in a lot of the foods that they ma...

Sophomore fears next year

Allie Schneider, Editorial Editor

April 8, 2019

  I’m scared for the future.    Now I know that a ton of people relate to this but mine is almost a phobia of the unknown.    I’m terrified mainly about the end of the school year, though I’m happy for summer to...

Editor loves her father

Dakota Jesse, Editor-in-chief

April 8, 2019

   Because of my previous editorial explaining how appreciative I am of my mother, this issue I decided to share how much I love my dad.    Named after the 34th president, my father, Dwight David Harmon Jesse, is the goofiest dad out...

Staffer loves to write

Abby Finlayson, Ad Manager

March 18, 2019

When I was a sophomore, I was asked to be in journalism. I did not really know what it was; I just knew I got to write. When I joined the class, I realized I loved to write.    I wondered where this came from. Sure, I usually did well with my English ...

Motion picture is worth watch

Seth Jarvis, Editorial Editor

March 18, 2019

Many great and amazing movies came out in 2018. There is one I recently saw, however, that I think more people need to watch.    The movie Isle of Dogs was released in the March of 2018. It was directed by Wes Anderson.  ...

Students express creative uses for metal storage compartments

Emmy Furman, News Editor

March 18, 2019

by Emmy Furman    Lockers have been in high school forever. Every school in America has its own wall for students to use to store books and folders.     Lockers seem to be a universal thing, but if you ask a BHS student where theirs is...

Senior is academic ‘loser’

Daniel Gifford, Editor-in-Cheif

March 18, 2019

Time is ticking, and it shall never stop. If you ask me what I think about that, I’d tell that I find it pretty annoying.    I make a lot of jokes about procrastination, and that is because I have a pretty big problem w...

States should open up to peaceful death

Haley Haines, News Editor

March 18, 2019

As of right now, there are in total of six out of 50 states in the U.S. that allow something called the Death with Dignity Act, better known as the right to die.    This means that if severely ill patients are legitimately on their ...

Alli Dunlop rules school

Editorial Editor, Allie Schneider

March 18, 2019

Alli Dunlop, the reigning Alli of our school, has lived 17 long “mediocre” years filled with many ups and downs.    This year especially has been crazy for a multitude of reasons, but she will never let this bring her do...

Newsies select their twins

Delani Nichols, Entertainment Editor

March 18, 2019

Have you ever stopped and thought, “I wonder what the world would be like if I had a twin?” This past week the BHS Cat Tracks staff sat down and envisioned what our siblings would be like.     To start off, our fearless leader Louc...

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