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  • Made of the (W)right stuff

    Made of the (W)right stuff

    Evan Hughes, Sports Writer

    April 21, 2016

    For most athletes, a torn ACL is the stuff of nightmares. When this fragile, 38 mm, ligament is torn, recovery time is upwards of a year for any athlete. For many athletes across the country, this injury crushes any dreams of continuing an athletic career. Jonah Wright is a peculiar case. Wright con... READ MORE »»

    Senior Jonah Wright putts during one of Scottsbluff’s golf tournaments. The Bearcats, coming off of a state championship a season ago, are trying to repeat the success they had last year. Photo by Pasiensia Marez

  • Hurdling her way to success

    Hurdling her way to success

    Karlie Johnson, Sports Editor

    April 21, 2016

    Walker overcomes injury to regain her form as one of the state’s best READ MORE »»

    Senior Chesney Walker signed a letter of intent to run track at the University of Missouri-Kansas City on Wednesday, April 13 in the Commons with dad Ryan Walker and brother, Caleb Walker, beside her.

    Kai Didier

News

Inauguration (part two of a multi-part series)

Faith Reisig, News Editor

We asked teachers and students a few questions about President-Elect Donald Trump. These were their answers: What is your response to Donald Trump being elected President? Avery Bowman (10) "I do not personally thi...  Read More »

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Inauguration (part one of a multi-part series)

Faith Reisig, News Editor

Donald Trump was elected on Nov. 8 to an almost violent mixed reaction. Americans are divided over his promises and priorities, not to mention his extreme personality. Whether you love or hate him, most Americans ...  Read More »

Jan 16 • No Comments

Two Scottsbluff Teams Compete at District Mock Trial

Faith Reisig, News Editor

District competitions for Mock Trial were held at the Scotts Bluff County Courthouse in Gering on Nov. 28. Scottsbluff had two teams, called the red team and white team. In the first round Scottsbluff’s A team (red...  Read More »

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Sports

Girls basketball under new leadership

Moriah Wyre, Sports Writer

The girls basketball team has struggled with stability in a head coach, having three head coaches in a five year span. For the past three years the team was coached by Rachel Larson and she led them to back to back district championships.

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Nov 17 • No Comments

  • Hoping to build a winning tradition September 30, 2016
  • Mad Max September 30, 2016
  • Sindt for the Save May 10, 2016
  • Made of the (W)right stuff April 21, 2016

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In-Depth

The Secret Life of the Senior Counselor

Emily Ostdiek, Fonzie Lopez, Center Section Writers

From the moment a student takes his or her first step into the hallways of SHS, they begin a journey along the winding road that points toward a bright light: high school...  Read More »

May 17 • No Comments

Concussions swelling in the Nation

March 22, 2016

Does Birth Order Matter?

February 18, 2016

Today’s social media choices could affect your future

Today’s social media choices could affect your future

January 19, 2016

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Student Life

‘His name was Alejandro’

Chase Wells, Feature Editor

As Brianna Mercado sat quietly in Regional West’s waiting room on the cold and overcast Dec. day, apprehensively waiting for the news of Alejandro, her month old son, s...  Read More »

Oct 17 • No Comments

Parents In Prison

September 26, 2016

Dear Scottsbluff High School- One Final Letter from the Class of 2016

May 17, 2016

Tweet for Tickets

March 22, 2016

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  • It’s bad & It’s going to get worse

    At 3:25, the dismissal bell rings, and students rush to the parking lot to go about the rest of their day, whether that means sports practice, work, p...

  • Breathing Awards

    Breathing Awards

  • BLOCKing out the problems

    As this year comes to a close and next fall will sneak up on us in no time at all, it’s time to discuss some changes we will be experiencing next ye...

  • Playing on Easy

    When you start most video games, the very first choice you make allows you to choose how hard the game will be. The names and flavors of the diffic...

  • The UGGly Truth

    One of the several essentials of winter gear items are boots. While there are many different brands of well-made boots, one brand that seems to become...

  • The Spirit Dilemma

    The Winter Royalty Spirit Day on Thursday, Jan. 28, saw literally hundreds of students and staff members decked out in school colors in preparation fo...

  • How Strict is Too Strict?

    Most teenagers know the struggle of parents nagging at them to be home by curfew, get their homework done on time, and to clean their rooms. Although...

The student news site of Scottsbluff High School
The student news site of Scottsbluff High School