Wyatt Madvig

Wyatt Madvig, reporter

Wyatt Madvig is a sophomore at BRFHS and is super excited to be a reporter on the Paw Print staff. He is involved in FBLA, Pep Club, and is also on the hockey team and the golf team. When not at school, Wyatt enjoys spending time with his family, friends, and also coaching. Wyatt is hopeful that being a part of the Paw Print staff will help students bring awareness to the topics and subjects that students are interested in at and outside of the high school.

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Leadholm set to retire after a long career at BRFHS

Leadholm set to retire after a long career at BRFHS

March 19, 2022

Change continues to happen in the counseling office as counselor Sue Leadholm decides it is her turn to retire after this year with Karen Kutcher, long-time counseling office secretary, retired earlier...

Susan Leadholm, Karen Kutcher and Libby Bragee work in the couseling office.

Kutcher retires after 33 years

December 21, 2021

After 33 years of stability, there will be a significant change coming to the counseling office. Karen Kutcher is the secretary for the school counselors, and she says every day was a full one. “I...

VOX POP: What’s Your Favorite Christmas Song?

December 13, 2021

Wyatt talks to some students and staff to find out what they're listening to this season.

Eli Youngthunder teaches the history of Native American people despite the challenges

November 26, 2021

Eli Youngthunder, a Native American social studies teacher, talks about the importance of Native American education

Lakowske makes a positive impact on students at school

Lakowske makes a positive impact on students at school

November 26, 2021

Throughout the last two school years, many things have changed, but there has been one constant that makes all of the change: Brain Lakowske. Lakowske is the head custodian. His journey back to BRF...

BRFHS Students Get Offline to Come Together

November 6, 2021

Bonds grow stronger with the friendly competition among students who started playing bag during lunch and learn at Black River Falls High School.

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