Students dine with dead

Branden Alford, Opinion Editor

December 6, 2016

by Branden Alford We all have a list of people who unfortunately have passed away, but we would pay anything to see one more time or at least eat supper with. There is a wide range of answers floating around the halls of Burlington High School. Anne Stuckey, sophomore, sa...

Welcome, Sam Hageman

Branden Alford, Editorial Editor

September 6, 2016

A new addition to the Cat Tracks staff is Sam Hageman, senior. He is the one of the new Sports Editors. Sam was not walking into newspaper with zero experience like many of the other new staffers, as his mom runs The Daily Howl...

Book year- long project

Noelle Haselhuhn, Editor in Chief

October 12, 2015

Every year, the yearbook class takes photos, edits them, and then publishes a book for the students of Burlington High School. It is an actual class, so they meet every day during second hour to work on their content. According to Shelbi Emling, seni...

What Do You Think?

Madisson Jesse, Ad Manager

October 12, 2015

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How are people and their domestic animals alike?

Rose Wahlmeier, Editor in Chief

October 12, 2015

Have you ever noticed how people and their pets act the same? Cat Tracks searched through the school to find some of these people. Senior Bryce Taylor has tarantulas, snakes, scorpions, and lizards. He thinks that his pets and he are similar in the way that they ar...

Felines make fabulous friends

Camille Shilling

September 14, 2015

by Camille Shilling If anybody even thinks he or she knows me, he/she would know that I adore cats. All cats, no matter what kind, are instantly my best pal. There are many reasons that felines are infinitely better than people....

Animals get higher priority?

Madisson Jesse

September 11, 2015

by Madisson Jesse In the news lately, the headlines are all about Cecil the Lion and the seriousness of his situation. Oh, please. If you’re not up-to-date with this piece of information, Cecil was a locally well-known lion...

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