Staffer writes sensitive poem

AJ Lank, Sports Editor

May 13, 2019

I am Suicide.   I don’t think they really understood; everything about me didn’t make sense. I didn’t have my life all figured out like the other kids, but that was OK. At least I thought it was.    There was much con...

Senior bids farewell

Daniel Gifford, Editor-in-Cheif

May 13, 2019

To Whom It May Concern,   By the time you read this, I will have already left you. Never fear, for I won’t be far. Nor will those others you call seniors. However, we will shortly depart into the vast unknowns of the future and l...

Junior copes with staff craziness

Zach Garner, Sports Editorial

May 13, 2019

It’s the last issue of the newspaper, and we have had a great year as a group, but this editorial is also about the bad things that happened this year.    There were many moments when we all knew that things had gone too f...

Junior shares her true love

Delani Nichols, Entertainment Editor

May 13, 2019

To start this off I’d like to say that I, Delani “Dan” Nichols, will be returning next year, so there is no reason to cry - because you will be receiving more of this.    Now that we got that settled, let’s get to the real reason you’...

Weird as well as extraordinary allergies attack BHS students

AJ Lank, Sports Editor

April 8, 2019

   ACHOO! Caramel. Animal Fur. Nicotine (yes for real),  Grass. Kiwi. Anything that stings.    This reporter is allergic to all of these, but there are many other people who have weird, yet sometimes common, allergies as well.    One such person...

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...

Forensics is State-bound

Emmy Furman, News Editor

April 8, 2019

If one likes public speaking, acting, or sharing opinions, forensics may be the club to join. Forensics is a competitive group for students to pick the activity that they would like to compete in. The different competitions...

Some teaching styles are helpful

Haley Haines, News Editor

April 8, 2019

Everybody on this planet has a certain type of way he/she needs to be taught in order to retain information and excel in the subject Some like long talks on just one issue, while others prefer to hear one example and then move...

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 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...

Drama Club greatly assists in Play BHS productions

Seth Jarvis, Editorial Editor

March 18, 2019

The Drama Club is one of the many organizations that exist within BHS. Here is a little about this relatively big organization. Michael Vander Linden, tech teacher, is the sponsor.  The organization has 53 members. Senior Logan Herma...

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