Ready to "re-fire," not retire
Ready to "re-fire," not retire
Faith Leisgang, Editor-in-Chief • March 12, 2021

After 33 years, Principal Thomas Chambers has chosen to end his life-long journey in education.  “I started in education right out of college. I went to college in Minnesota and graduated with my...

Not-so-maddening monikers
Not-so-maddening monikers
David Becker, reporter • April 16, 2021

In everyday life, seeing nicknames in the workplace or friend groups is not an unusual...

Athletic Director Jay Weinman watches over a September 15 soccer game at Tiger Field. Photo by Mia Handly.
Thailand it is
Jacob Ward, reporter • April 16, 2021

Weinman has been the athletic director at Black River Falls High School for two years....

BRFHS welcomed in 9 new teachers in pandemic year
BRFHS welcomed in 9 new teachers in pandemic year
Abigail Hill, reporter • March 12, 2021

Nine new teachers joined the staff, masked and unintroduced to the student body, to fill...

Masking Up: An Essential Part of Our Lives
Masking Up: An Essential Part of Our Lives
Mayla Engebretson, Producer • March 12, 2021

Shooting Tigers Improve Focus with Dryfire System
Shooting Tigers Improve Focus with Dryfire System
Jacob Ward, reporter • March 17, 2021

Shooting Tigers coach Scott Goetzka plans to use dryfire system as team starts up after COVID hiatus.

Flags pulled
Flags pulled
Faith Leisgang, Editor-in-Chief • April 16, 2021

Students at Black River Falls High School face a whirl of emotions as Powderpuff football...

SEL: A Bandaid on a Bullet Hole
SEL: A Bandaid on a Bullet Hole
Ellie Wirtz, Editor-in-Chief • March 12, 2021

Taking responsibility, valuing an education, recognizing character strengths, and fighting...

Exterior of School District of Black River Falls District Office building
EDITORIAL: COVID still exists in 2021
Paw Print Staff • December 31, 2020

With the holidays just around the corner, many families and businesses have started to...

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