What if you didn’t have a choice? What if you didn’t have a choice in what you wore? What you eat, what you say, what you can own? Who you love? When you die? What if you weren’t allowed to write and your favorite poems, paintings, music was taken away from you? What would you do? If you were Cassia, […]
The 2012-13 schedule gets finalized, the girls basketball team earns statewide recognition for academics, and we find out about local frolfing options.
Find out about FCCLA state, an up and coming rapper who calls Black River Falls home and a new team.
Fishing has become massively popular this year as students scramble to get out and catch the big one. Many fishermen not only attribute the growing popularity of fishing to the early spring, but also the use of social media. “I think the early spring has led to the popularity of fishing this year. There have been a lot of activities […]
With spring in the air, there are a lot of different weather conditions that can change quickly. Assistant Principal Mark Weddig gives some insight on what he does for weather emergencies. When there is a weather emergency, Weddig gets the school organized and ready with a plan that he and the teachers know. “We have [a] plan that encompasses the […]
Throughout their high school careers, students meet new people, encounter new challenges and face more responsibilities. The advising program has been around for several years, aiming to help students through these challenges. “I think the advising program can be looked at as a way for us to find connections for kids to the school, and so it initially started as […]
US Representative Ron Kind talks about his visits to Black River Falls schools, students talk about a favorite teacher–Mr. Wrobel, and athletes reveal their superstitions
The Supreme Court of the United States recently heard arguments on President Obama’s most distinguished accomplishment in domestic reform, the Affordable Care Act–also commonly known as “Obamacare.” The nine justices will be examining the constitutionality of the act–most importantly, the requirement for every American to be insured by 2014, or face a penalty. The law would go into effect in […]