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Students start competition season at Lindale

September 26, 2018 8:47pm | Itzel Velazquez

It’s an early Saturday morning and most students are still in bed not worrying about going to school or doing any school-related activity. However, speech and debate students  woke up early to leave town at 5:30 a.m to compete at a speech meet in Lindale. […]

Shake it up: Biology students test detergents

September 25, 2018 11:03am | Sheri Donaldson

Ready, set, shake. The students shook the bags until they were running out of breath. Watching eagerly, the students saw different results from each test bag and were surprised by the results. Biology teacher Megan. McMullen’s students tested the strength of various laundry detergents in […]

Students march in Stampede parade

September 19, 2018 1:10pm | Kayleigh Rhodes

Buffalo just finished hosting the annual Buffalo Stampede Parade, where organizations from all over town get the chance to build a float and throw candy to the citizens. The parade was followed by food, games and unexpectedly great weather. “I love getting the chance to […]

Chemistry students “unlock” reviews

September 18, 2018 8:06pm |

Chemistry students definitely weren’t relying on worksheets and textbooks last week in teacher Patrice Cox’s class when they tried out a new reviewing activity called “Crack the Safe.” “I use puzzles a lot anyway, but this one just made it a bit more interesting to […]

FFA kicks off year with Battle of the Gavel

September 7, 2018 8:52pm | Scarlet Carrillo

The students huddled against the wall, cringing as colored water balloons flew at them. They ducked and dodged, trying their best to stay dry from the onslaught. The Battle of the Gavel is a series of competitions hosted by the FFA officers. The goal of […]

Anatomy class practices cutting skills

September 5, 2018 9:28pm | Tana Cleveland

In her imagination, Kayleigh Rhodes is about to cut into her first heart. Excitement and nervousness fills her veins as she makes the first incision. Sweat drips from her brow. She takes a moment to breathe and relax as she remembers what her senior year […]

Band marches at WestFest

September 4, 2018 9:37pm | Iris Valles

Thank you for coming! Y’all did amazing! The Bison Brigade was invited to march at a parade in West for the second year in a row. Junior high teacher Teresa MacNabb  introduced West Fest to the Brigade last year. The parade celebrates Czech traditions with […]

Seniors give out morning greetings

September 2, 2018 8:18pm | April Martinez

Senior Friday nigh light participants start off Friday mornings greeting elementary and junior high students to share their school spirit and get them excited for the varsity football game that night. ¨We have a great time hanging out with them,¨ senior Makayla Gilliam said. ¨Hopefully, […]

Chemistry students build rockets

September 1, 2018 9:45pm | Kaline Martinez

To actually learn how the scientific process works, chemistry students conducted a bottle rocket experiment but by the second day students were supposed to launch their rockets again the air pump broke. “The first launch was very promising and me and my partner, Asa Henson, […]

School organizations recruit new members

August 28, 2018 9:33pm | Josalyn Taylor

Now that everyone is somewhat used to the routine of the new school year, teachers are starting their groups up. Art teacher Amanda Harter and FCCLA teacher Melissa Isaacs are advertising their groups with posters in the halls. “I put up my posters hoping for […]