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

Blood drives save lives

Becky Riepl, Opinion Editor
February 16, 2021
Spoken word

Spoken word

Mackenzie Swenson, Co-Editor
February 16, 2021
Return to normal

Return to normal

Scott Gotta, Entertainment Editor
February 16, 2021

2021 Senior Video

Grace Jerome, Co-Editor
February 16, 2021
RADD. The group runs three days per week and trains for the upcoming Santa Run. The Santa Run has been going strong since 2014.

Running from addiction

Scott Gotta, Entertainment Editor
December 14, 2020
Visualizing the future. Clouds, pedestrians and other ornamentation supplement an artist rendering of Northwest Elementary, which is expected to be completed in August of 2022. This past fall, BPS broke ground at the school’s construction site, which is located next to Tyler Parkway. “I know you guys [the architects] are all creative and you’re doing your best work, but anyway we can do it, we want to do it right. There’s no question about that,” Board President Karl Lembke said.

School Board meeting brief

Mackenzie Swenson, Co-Editor
December 14, 2020

Back out of the classroom?

Becky Riepl, Opinion Editor
November 20, 2020
Staying informed. Principle David Wisthoff has seen the effects of the precaution measures and is eager to use these to reopen schools. This past spring, BHS was completely online and excluded from in-person learning. “If we come back full go, with the current interpretation that masks will be worn when 6 foot distancing can't be maintained, you will most likely have to wear those all day,” Wisthoff said.

Education during a pandemic

Scott Gotta, Entertainment Editor
September 27, 2020
Leading the band. The sacrifices made due to COVID-19 include excluding the band from parts of the fall season. BHS Band Director Robert Peske has conducted the band for decades and understands the reason behind prohibiting pep band. “While trying to stay within the guidelines the Health Department sets out, it can be hard to please everyone,” Peske said.

Pep Band postponed this fall

Scott Gotta, Entertainment Editor
September 27, 2020
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