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The Cup Game. Emma Mathis and Issac Turner stand off in one of the many Impact One games. When playing, these two had to hold certain positions until the person in charge said “cup.” “The cup game is definitely one of the most competitive games that you can play at Impact One,” BHS junior Aleah McGraw said.

Impact One

Jordyn Pierce, Writer
November 19, 2023
Testing interests. Job shadowing gives students the ability to learn more about many different careers, and experience them firsthand. Bismarck high school offers this to juniors and seniors, and believes that it may help any student learn more about the workforce. ”The skys the limit when youre going in for some of those job shadows,” Career advisor Shannon Balerud said.

The success of job shadowing

Kadence Glasser, Opinion/Entertainment Editor
November 16, 2023
Magnificent. The striking structure looks great both in the sun and in the rain. The Shadow
that was casted by the bridge was massive in the sun, and gave great cover in the rain. “There’s
no more historicly importnant work of architecture in the entire state,” FORB founder Nick
Bradbury Said.

A steel marvel

Ayden Olson, Writer
November 16, 2023
Spirit Halloween’s 2023 Opening Display. Spirit Halloween is a very successful Halloween store, and has been around for many years. Dawn Riggle, a manager at Spirit Halloween, helped put together the displays shown above and to the left. “I like helping people make their costumes,” Riggle said.

Twelfth season of scares

Skyler Simosko, Writer
November 15, 2023
Ready to race?

Ready to race?

Hannah Sarkilahti, Editor-in-chief
November 15, 2023
Missouri River Heritage Mural. The mural features a graduate of Bismarck High School, George Gillette. Gillette is kneeling down wearing a shirt that says: “Water is Life’’ in Lakota. “The main portrait of the young man is of George Gillette, ” BHS Art teacher Paul Noot said.

New Bismarck Mural

Brielle Wrangham, Writer
October 4, 2023
Powderpuff. Homecoming week brings lots of opportunities for students to
support eachother on and off the field. This year, student sections were packed
which brought energy and school spirit to the game. “I was so amped up that
night,” junior Alexis Quale said. “Even though we didn’t win, the energy of the
crowd made the night fun.

Demon Pride

Thijs Wynveen, Sports Editor
October 4, 2023
A #BookTok display. The growth of #BookTok has brought more attention to books for young adult readers. This platform helps readers gather outlooks on stories that they may not have thought of. “BookTok is more about promoting versus understanding, many posts show what books will hook you, or make you feel certain emotions,” Bismarck High School librarian Angela Siewert said.

Growth of #BookTok

Kadence Glasser, Opinion Editor
October 3, 2023
Congress. Congress will have to make a decision about whether to suspend or raise the debt limit. “Buying power will fall if Americans lose access to their income and recession becomes a more real challenge,” Davis said.

U.S. Default

Jeremiah Jeno, Writer
May 23, 2023
Poster. One of the posters designed to advertise the event. “My classes will be submitting logo designs and t-shirt designs,” Meyer said. “It can vary from year to year, but it’s really just our way of being able to showcase what the kids have done in the year-long class we have.”

Art Exhibition

Kaden Boyer, Writer
May 17, 2023
Yearbooks. A collection of past yearbooks that can be found in the library, dating as early as 1929. “The older you get, the more things change; a lot of people seem to value a trip down memory lane.” Nies said.

A timeless publication

Kaden Boyer, Writer
March 29, 2023
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