Stuco hosts numerous events, provides leadership

Emmy Furman, Editor in Chief

November 5, 2019

    Stuco is a club made up of the leaders from other clubs at BHS. The group is made up of a little more than 20 more people.    The officers include president Trevr Bahr, treasurer Emilea McManus, and vice-president Abby Finlayson.    ...

Members ‘BASICally’ gather together

Seth Jarvis, Editor In Chief

November 5, 2019

   BHS offers a wide variety of clubs  for students to join. These groups give people the opportunity to be around people that have similar interests. One of these is Brothers and Sisters in Christ or BASIC. Middle school teac...

Controversial regulations introduced to school

Emmy Furman, Editor-in-Cheif

November 4, 2019

   Students this year are beginning to feel a little overwhelmed, according to sophomore Brylee Davis.    “It seems as if new rules are being added every day and we can barely keep up with [old ones],” she said.    Regarding th...

BHS welcomes new teachers into building

Caedon Berkenmeier, Sports Editor

October 15, 2019

With the start of the new school year, five new educators have arrived at BHS.    All of these new faces should show promise in teaching and benefiting the minds of the students of the school.    The new FACS instructor, Pa...

Newcomers adjust for bigger workloads

Emmy Furman, Editor-in-Cheif

September 9, 2019

Joining high school can be a tough part of anyone’s life.    For example, freshmen sometimes struggle with getting used to the amount of homework that they have.    Freshmen at BHS are still getting used to this life and al...

BHS-ers share their initial occupations

Abbigale, Ad Mananger

May 13, 2019

by Abby Finlayson During most high school students’ career, they go through a period of getting their first job. Yes, the big first responsibility…. one’s way of making some cash for the first time. A first job seems to...

Press devises ways to defeat epidemic

Emilea Furman, News Editor

May 13, 2019

   Our school tries its best to keep students away from using juuls, using anti-juul posters. But are they really working? Our staff has came up with some great ideas to stop this epidemic just in case the current campaign isn...

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...

Club focuses on community

Daniel Gifford, Editor-In-Chief

April 8, 2019

Senior Civil Advocacy Group  (SCAG) stands out from the other clubs at BHS in several ways. Its 34 members are all seniors, and it is student-led. The officers are president Sarah Unruh, vice president Logan Herrman, secretary...

Cheaters reveal their secrets but not names

Dakota Jesse, Editor-In-Chief

April 8, 2019

No matter where one goes in life, there will always be cheaters. BHS has had some issues with this, and here is a closer look at how and why students do it. An anonymous student replied, “Why would I do the same thing over...

Students sick and tired of sickness!

Emmy Furman, News Editor

March 18, 2019

This year has been filled with the flu and other viruses going around. Students across BHS have been scrambling to make up their work from missing school. So what is the trick to not going crazy when homework is being piled up? This reporter talke...

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 ...