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“One More Step”

Samuel Forst, Portugal Diaz, Videographer | October 8, 2021

Lisa Stine, Bryant educator for 12 years, with 6 years as the journalism advisor, takes her next step as a writer at the CJRW Advertising Agency. She worked with countless students to hone their craft...

In a crop duster, junior Caleb Heimbach flies over his familys land near Helena.

Humans of BHS: Caleb Heimbach

Julia Trantham, Staff Writer | May 21, 2021

Not many people can say they were born in a town that shares their name. Junior Caleb Heimbach is originally from Heimbach, Germany, He used to live in Oklahoma, until he and his mother moved to Arkansas...

A sushi roll at Sky Modern Japanese, owned by junior Michelle Altankhuyags parents.

Family Business on a Roll

Julia Trantham, Staff Writer | May 21, 2021

Serving food, taking care of guests and doing other tasks around the restaurant, junior Michelle Altankhuyag works as a server at her parents' restaurant, Sky Modern Japanese. “My parents and two...

The entrance to 111 N. Main, where junior Bella Watkins is hosting a private prom.

A Chance to Dance

Julia Trantham, Staff Writer | April 16, 2021

When junior Bella Watkins learned the news that the school would not be holding a traditional prom, she realized many students would be disappointed at the loss of a normally major school event. Watkins...

Invisible Pain

Invisible Pain

Lydia Payne, Staff Writer | March 4, 2021

At the age of 7, sophomore Kyleigh Simmons would find hard objects from her room to place under her upper back to just get a peaceful night's sleep. Noticing her extreme back discomfort, her parents...

Junior Emma Chappell.

Humans of BHS: Junior Emma Chappell

Julia Trantham, Staff Writer | February 25, 2021

Q: What’s something that really just disgusts you? A: One time I tried to eat fried oysters, and I almost threw up.  The breading was so separated from the rest of it--the outside of it was just...

Humans of BHS: Senior Ribhi Sulaiman

Humans of BHS: Senior Ribhi Sulaiman

Anna Barnes, Staff Writer | February 9, 2021

Q: What is a place that means a lot to you? A: My home country Palestine means a lot to me, because I was born there and raised there. I moved away five years ago, but still go visit there every summer,...

Taking an order, senior Jaedyn Lee works a shift at Chick-fil-A May 9. Although Lee chose to stay on campus, many students chose virtual learning to balance their classes with their work schedules.

Behind the Screens

Laci Womack, Staff Writer | November 17, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has created several challenges in the lives of students, forcing them to juggle their educations, personal affairs, jobs and extracurriculars. Students who encounter the recently...

Toward the end of his skate session at Kanis Park Sept. 19, sophomore Sam Peck attempts to land a dolphin flip. Peck first learned the trick a year ago. It took me a few hours, because I was completely new to that trick, Peck said.

Do a Kickflip!

Kaycee Browning, Staff Writer | November 10, 2020

Delinquents. Lazy. Potheads. The stigma surrounding skateboarders has been a prevalent misunderstanding for years.  But there’s a certain courage and dedication that is fostered by people who skate,...

Medical Mystery

Medical Mystery

Rhea Patel, Writer | March 18, 2020

This story was written prior to the COVID-19 outbreak and was intended to be released in our March print issue.   Pitch black is all junior Madison Moore saw as she came tumbling down. What...

Rising Star

Rising Star

Olivia Orr, Writer | December 2, 2019
Self-taught musician junior Zachary Wyllia builds his career in music
Balancing Act

Balancing Act

Olivia Orr, Writer | November 20, 2019

This copy originally appeared in the October 23, 2019 print edition.   Ever since she was little, sophomore Caitlin LaCerra has enjoyed being involved. In her second year of high school, not...

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