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happening @ bhs

Students attend career fair

April 21, 2018 7:41pm | Sheri Donaldson

Juniors and seniors traveled to Bryan Wednesday for a college and career fair to help them plan their futures. “When they announced that we would be going to the career fair, I was actually really excited,” junior Breannali Dominguez  said. “I wasn’t sure what I […]

Student council sponsors fundraiser contest

April 21, 2018 2:28pm | Josalyn Taylor

Every hero needs a squad … In an effort to help children across the country suffering from leukemia or lymphoma, the student council is sponsoring a contest to see which first period class can raise the most money to donated to the Leukemia and Lymphoma […]

Champion signs with TVCC Rodeo

April 20, 2018 2:36pm | Nadia Garcia

Giddy up, cowgirl! Last week, senior Ima Champion signed her letter of intent to become a part of the Trinity Valley Community College Rodeo Team. Champion has been involved in rodeo activities since she was a young girl. “I am beyond blessed to continue to […]

UIL team grabs Regional Championship

April 19, 2018 2:17pm | Kayleigh Rhodes

The UIL and OAP groups made history this week, earning the UIL Academic Regional Championship for the first time in the school’s history. “This is the first time for something like this to ever happen,” senior Nadia Garcia said. “I am glad I could be […]

OAP advances to regional competition

April 10, 2018 10:28am | Kaline Martinez

After many long hours of rehearsal and clinics, the directors, cast and crew of this year’s OAP are continuing to meet their goals of advancing from one competition to another. Three competitions in March saw the group advancing three times, from district to bi-district, to […]

Life Skills class starts gardening project

April 5, 2018 10:16am | Megan Wedhorn

April showers bring May flowers, and with all the rain locally the last few weeks, it means that spring is here and it’s time for things to start growing. To get into the spring spirit, the life skills class started gardens. It has been a […]

Menefee wins photo competition

March 22, 2018 8:31pm | Kaiden Loep

Who knew that rubber duckies were so photogenic? Sophomore Colby Menefee showcased rubber ducks in a contest he entered with the Association of Texas Photography Instructors last month, winning an award with his photo series.   “I took the pictures two days before the competition […]

CX team makes state quarterfinals

March 22, 2018 12:12pm | Tana Cleveland

Senior Nadia Garcia and sophomore Colby Menefee spent the first part of their spring break in Austin competing in the state CX Debate meet, finishing the competition as quarterfinalists after losing a round to the repeating state champion team. In addition, Menefee was named fourth […]

FFA Poultry Team Competes

March 12, 2018 2:45pm | Tana Cleveland and Kaiden Loep

It’s not everyday you find someone who can tell you how to market a chicken, but with the FFA Poultry team, it’s a whole different story. The poultry team has skills in the production, processing, and marketing of chickens, turkeys, processed poultry products and eggs. […]

Students video chat with Tunisian students

March 11, 2018 8:00pm | Sheri Donaldson

It was an early-morning start to school last Friday for journalism students, with staff members arriving at school at 7:15 to set up for a video conference on the other side of the world. The group is taking part in a program called Global Nomads, […]