BHS News

  • May 1NDHSAA officially cancels all spring sports, and remaining winter state basketball tournaments.
  • April 14The NDHSAA board of directors voted to continue the indefinite suspension of the winter sports tournaments and spring sports season. The next meeting will take place on May 1st.
  • March 13ND Class "A" State Basketball Tournaments Suspended
The 2021 Retirees: Hanson

The 2021 Retirees: Hanson

Gabrielle Gannon, Business Manager
May 21, 2021
The 2021 Retirees: Unterseher

The 2021 Retirees: Unterseher

Gabrielle Gannon, Business Manager
May 21, 2021
For the Cross. Retiring from BHS, Band Director Peske has been strongly motivated in his musical career by faith. He has been involved in the Bismarck Public School System for over three decades. “My favorite memory is when we performed Hommage this year along with the choir and orchestra. The way he smiled through the whole thing as if he dedicated his whole life to this moment,” Senior Jacksen Welle said.

Devoting music to faith

Scott Gotta, Entertainment Editor
May 18, 2021
A young professional

A young professional

Grace Jerome, Co-Editor
May 18, 2021
In pursuit of knowledge

In pursuit of knowledge

Mackenzie Swenson, Co-Editor
February 16, 2021

Staying motivated

Gabrielle Gannon, Business Manager
December 14, 2020
Making the future more certain. A BHS senior’s AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) crewneck proclaims the goal of the program, which remains constant despite the challenges posed by the pandemic. However, participation in AVID includes far more rewards than simply a crewneck. “AVID is meant to give you some of the skills needed to prepare you to get into college and help you succeed in college by helping you with the application process your senior year, but it also allows you to effectively use your time in college and be prepared for what’s to come,” BHS senior John Johnson-Ripplinger said.

Looking ahead

Mackenzie Swenson, Co-Editor
November 20, 2020
Polling - at home or at the booth. A billboard in southern Bismarck spreads awareness of the different ways this year in which eligible ND residents will be able to cast their votes for candidates running for national, state and local positions. Carli Evanson, a BHS senior, is one individual among 18-year-olds across the nation who will be choosing how - and whether - they are going to vote in November’s election. “For the upcoming election, I feel there are many options on how to actually vote,” Evanson said. “I will be going to vote at an in-person facility to fill out my ballot. It is the way I feel most comfortable doing because voting by mail seems too confusing.”

A voice to be heard

Mackenzie Swenson, Co-Editor
October 21, 2020
Legends on the Pitch

Legends on the Pitch

Logan Schaubert, Sports Editor
October 21, 2020
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