Yearbook records 2017-2018; few realize amount of work

Alex Rodriguez, Editorial Editor

October 18, 2017

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   “If there’s anything people need to know, it’s that Yearbook is No. 1,” Anna Hughes said. This may seem a bit narcissistic, but there is no denying that the work of chronicling the year is extremely important.    Led by seniors An...

Newspaper class covers all current issues

October 18, 2017

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   Here at  BHS,  a wide variety of activities are available for all. The Cat Tracks newspaper is one of the most unique of the groups, according to Sandy Loucks, Cat Tracks’s advisor.    This class/business is home to 12 students who get reco...

North Korea is only minimal threat

Branden Alford, Editor-in-Chief

October 18, 2017

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In today’s world, it seems impossible that the most advanced nation in the world in every aspect could feel threatened by a nation whose top computers are running on Windows XP and whose leader is an “idiotic egomaniac,”...

Groups band together to help soldiers

Courtney Goetz, Sports Editor

October 17, 2017

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  Different groups are coming together in the halls of BHS to collect items for Kansas soldiers overseas. Kids are gathering goods until Nov. 3. According to the flyers posted around the school, this is the ninth year of collection for the Coffey Health System,...

After rough start, freshman always evolve

Kiana Wight, News Editor

October 17, 2017

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  As freshmen go through the transition from middle school to high school, a change happens in their bodies, surroundings, teachers, and peers. They evolve mentalities in just one summer. Sophomore Taylor Jones is just happy that her feet reach the floor ...

Arithmetic requirements prove difficult for high school students in America

Jeffrey Stewart, Ad Manager

October 17, 2017

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Math courses have always been difficult for American kids. It is not exactly an easy subject and forces learners to think about problems in different ways.    “(The concepts) change the way we look at the world,” said John...

Daniel Gifford, Editorial Editor

September 18, 2017

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Local seniors embark on journey, travel in United States capital

Jeffrey Stewart, Ad Manager

September 18, 2017

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Two very lucky BHS’ers went on an all-expense paid trip by Lyon – Coffee Electric for a youth tour of Washington D.C.. According to senior Branden Alford, he was tasked with making a video describing the benefits of the electrical...

Night overshadows day, astounding all in path of totality

Sarah Unruh, Editor

September 18, 2017

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On Aug. 21, the entire nation was enthralled by a total solar eclipse that crossed the U.S. from the Pacific to the Atlantic for the first time in 99 years. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon is the right distance in between...

Play BHS active over summer, involving many younger students

Sarah Unruh, Editor

September 18, 2017

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This summer, a tale as old as time was told by a cast of 58 Coffey County students aged kindergarten through eighth grade. Holly Thomsen and Michael Vander Linden, theatre teachers and directors, created a children’s theatre...

P.O.T.U.S continues to make radical changes

Branden Alford, Editor

September 18, 2017

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No one can deny, regardless of his/her side of the aisle, that in his first months on the job, President Trump has done A LOT. From his comments on the KKK to 42 executive orders since the last Cat Tracks story, he has been a...

Courtney Goetz is new newspaper staff member

Alex Rodriguez, Editorial Editor

September 7, 2017

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New staff member and senior Courtney Goetz enjoys journalism, but is quick to remind anyone who asks that she wishes she were in choir too.    Joining the elite tier of journalism in 12th grade, she is the official sports edi...

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