Sports Dress Code Creates Lots of Controversy

by Cambree Bernkopf During a swim meet in Anchorage September 6, the female official disqualified a 17-year-old Dimond High School student who had just won a 100-meter freestyle race on the opinion that the seat of her swimsuit was exposing too much of her behind. This has added fuel to the controversy over the rules of female athletes’ bodies. A swimming coach who is a … Continue reading Sports Dress Code Creates Lots of Controversy

Is War on the Horizon?

By Kyle Van Pelt On September 14, United States ally Saudi Arabia was attacked by drones launched from within Iran’s borders, temporarily hindering the Saudi’s crucial oil production ability. While Saudi Arabia and the United States have yet to publicly confirm Iran’s responsibility, the CIA already believes that the Iranian military was responsible for at least production and supply of the weapons used. Between the … Continue reading Is War on the Horizon?

The Lungs Of the Earth Ablaze

By Kyle Van Pelt Within the last weeks of August and at the beginning weeks of September, wildfires in the Amazon Basin have burned nearly 7,000 square miles of Brazilian rainforest, igniting tense international debate about Brazilian sovereignty, international aid, and how humanity should interact with the Amazon rainforest. All the while, creatures of the world’s most biodiverse ecosystem, many Indigenous peoples, and Brazil’s everyday … Continue reading The Lungs Of the Earth Ablaze

Dallas Cowboy Starting Running Back Finally Signs

by Cambree Bernkopf The moment we’ve all been waiting for: Ezekiel Elliott ends the long-lasting drama and finally signs to the Dallas Cowboys. The 24-year-old wanted to be the highest-paid NFL player as a running back and has met his financial goal after agreeing to terms with the team. By signing to a six year contract, he made a $90 million extension with $50 million … Continue reading Dallas Cowboy Starting Running Back Finally Signs

BHS Sees Changes at Lunch

by Sarah Bevelhymer As the Bellbrook-Sugarcreek school district shifted principals from Mr. Chris Baker to Mr. Dave Hann, several changes were made to the high school including additions to students lunch periods. New tables provide students with the opportunity to eat their lunch outside. Many students have taken advantage of this opportunity, eating lunch in the courtyard each day.  A cornhole game has also been … Continue reading BHS Sees Changes at Lunch

Wait… Who’s My President?

By: Abby Clack This year and every year, the student body of each grade votes for their president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer. Those positions make up the student government. They help plan Homecoming, Prom, and give the overall vote for things for your grade. Most people don’t know who their class presidents are. But if you go to Homecoming, Prom, or pep rallies then … Continue reading Wait… Who’s My President?

Struggling To Study?

by Megan Hyer Studying can be a struggle, especially when you participate in extracurriculars and other activities. Everyone has a different way they like to study. Sometimes trying something new can help improve your study habits.  One habit that could benefit you is setting a specific time to study, whether it is in the morning, afternoon, or even in the evening. At certain times you … Continue reading Struggling To Study?

Competitive Cornhole Brings Big Prize Money

By: Morgan Sharbaugh August 6-11, the American Cornhole League held a championship competition at Valley Forge Casino in Pennsylvania. Several international teams competed, with the winner taking home $4,000 in prize money. The top 8 teams won a divided $10,000.  The competition started in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, back in January 2019 to finally finish in August. Teams were weeded out until finally the Hissner Henderson, … Continue reading Competitive Cornhole Brings Big Prize Money