BHS resolutions are rarely initiated now

Zach Garner, Sports Editor

January 28, 2019

It is a new year 2019. What is everyone trying to do for the new year? That is right: nothing. Most people do not have resolutions for, but those who do have already failed. For instance, take sophomore Chrissy Hall. She planned...

Government always watching everyone

Emmy Furman, News Editor

January 28, 2019

by Emilea Furman Every text you send, every call you make, and every Snapchat you take is monitored by the government. Well, at least some people think so. This reporter talked to some students and staff about their opinions...

Zach Garner, Sports Editor

January 8, 2019

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High school students reflect on 2018

Dakota Jesse, Editor-In-Chief

January 8, 2019

It is a new year - 2019. January is full of New Years resolutions and bettering oneself. It can also be a time to look back and reflect. Some students agree 2018 was slow-moving and bad. When asked about her year, senior Aliyah...

National Honor Society urges students to set good examples

Haley Haines, News

January 8, 2019

Out of the many clubs Burlington High School has, NHS, is probably the most well-known. These specific students demonstrate tremendous amounts of leadership skills and loyalty to their community. This club includes just over...

Abby Finlayson, Ad Manager

January 8, 2019

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New pilot Sarah Unruh learns to fly blue skies

Delani Nichols, Entertainment Editor

January 8, 2019

Have you ever wanted to know what it was like to fly a plane? Well, lucky for you, senior Sarah Unruh has decided to share the scoop. Sarah was sitting in her English class junior year when Mrs. Parker brought up the “Coffey...

Fine arts clubs help students express themselves

Daniel Gifford, Editor

January 8, 2019

Many new improvements have made their ways to BHS, including an Art Club and a Book Club. The former began last school year under Art instructor Natalie Spangenberg. This group became an instant hit, with around 50 members, and it is even ...

Did PlayBHS find their happily ever after?

Delani Nichols, Entertainment Editor

January 8, 2019

Once upon a time, in a far-off high school, there lay a small theatre department. In said theatre department was a show unlike any other, Into The Woods. The show starts off with a 12 minute prologue. In the prologue, the audience is intro...

Are cell phones ruining journalism with constant videoing?

Seth Jarvis, Editorial Editor

January 8, 2019

Phones are everywhere in this day and age. They have taken over the world and seemingly dominate society today. As time has passed, phones have advanced as well. For many years, they have been able to record and take pictures....

BHS organization celebrates technology

Alyssa Lank, Sports

January 3, 2019

Technology is taking over the world so why shouldn’t there be a club for technology?    Luckily BHS has such an organization here: TSA, which stands for Technology Students Association.    They currently have a total of ...

FCA allows students to lead in prayer

Alyssa Lank, Sports

January 3, 2019

   “It doesn’t matter where you come from; faith can still be a part of your life,” says FCA sponsor Doug Vander Linden.    One important activity within BHS is sports, so it would make sense to have a group for this.   ...

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