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HS Survival: Get your sleep, eat breakfast

HS Survival: Get your sleep, eat breakfast

There are a lot of things many things that high school students must keep track of, like eight classes worth of homework, making time for friends and extracurricular activities. These time-consuming activites can be a lot of burden to carry, so some students lose sleep and ignore the most important meal of the day, breakfast. Senior Delaney Skelding believes she […]

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School store opens in expanded location

School store opens in expanded location

The school store, The Tiger’s Den, has transformed into something much bigger, literally. It’s not about a group of students pushing around a little cart filled with goodies anymore. “We’ve planned to expand the school years ago but we couldn’t find a room or funds to pay for it,” said teacher Tina Gilbertson. The school store that was once operated […]

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Stickin’ it to the mat…with a new coach

Stickin’ it to the mat…with a new coach

Coach Andrew Osegard is taking on a new role: wrestling coach. Having a certain coach for so long can really do something to the team. Becoming so close as a team and even a family can really do a lot to you, and change can be difficult. “I think that even with a new head coach this year we will […]

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Super Mileage Vehicle Club puts it in drive for new year

Super Mileage Vehicle Club puts it in drive for new year

Don’t know what SMV club is? “It’s a club with about 10 students that design, build, and problem solve to figure out how to make a car with the best gas mileage as possible,” said advisor Jeron Cassidy. While it may seem like fun and games, students still get the opportunity to learn new things and skills about vehicles. “SMV […]

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Did you see that: Hockeypalooza

Did you see that:  Hockeypalooza

Hockey, one of many winter sports, is starting and maybe you don’t understand the game or want to learn more about it. Here are some helpful videos to show you positioning, gear, and how to do certain things to win the game.

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Bruce Mound to open soon

Bruce Mound to open soon

Winter is about to begin, and there are many activities to do with the snow that comes with it. One that has been starting to become popular is snowboarding. “I think snowboarding is actually really fun,” said sophomore Hannah Shankey. She says she didn’t think she would like it, but it’s definitely worth trying if you’re skeptical about it or […]

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Sibling Rivalry: Remington and Grant Stittleburg

Sibling Rivalry: Remington and Grant Stittleburg

On many occasions, siblings seem to compete more then anything else. Like the gladiators of Rome, they were meant to fight to the death, weren’t they?  The bond between siblings is a unique bond, especially in twins. Grant and Remington Stittleburg are high school seniors who are both on the football team and who both enjoy competition, but there also […]

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Five-time fan of the week gives tips

The winter sports season is coming up and the basketball, wrestling and hockey teams are started their practice a week ago. So, what’s the best way to support them? “At first you should go to the games,” said sophomore Gabrielle Servant, five-time fan of the week. During the game you should be very loud and try to cheer for the […]

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Tiger Investment Club: Get involved

Tiger Investment Club: Get involved

There are different clubs for all kinds of people. If you enjoy investing money into the stock market, the Tiger Investment Club is for you. The club meets once a week on Tuesdays. “We check the portfolio to see what stocks are up or down, next we discuss possible stocks to invest in, and at the end we talk with […]

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Girls basketball: Ballin’ up a new season

Girls basketball: Ballin’ up a new season

It’s time! Girls basketball season is starting, and students at BRFHS know what that means. This year the team is hoping to skip through the slow part of things and jump right into winning games. “We started off slow last year, but this year will be better as long as we bring our positive attitudes and do work from the […]

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