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Debate team preps for regional congress

October 14, 2019 2:41pm | Ashlyn Carrillo

The debate team is preparing for Regional Congress competition next month by holding a Mock Congress session every week in class on Thursday and Friday. Students give speeches and question one another using the same legislation they will compete with. “The class is working hard […]

Bates advances to XC regionals

October 12, 2019 2:46pm | Iris Valles

With the end of the regular cross country season just ahead, the runners hoped that their hard work would pay off and they would move on to regionals. Senior Maddie Bates finished in the top 10 and will compete at regionals. “We have been waiting […]

FCCLA officers attend peer training event

October 10, 2019 3:12pm | Emma Adams

This past weekend, six of the FCCLA officers traveled to Denton for their Peer Education Conference. The officers took advantage of this great opportunity to explore their talents and learn how to educate their peers on the FCCLA National Programs. FCCLA is the only career […]

Beauty pageant crowns queen

October 4, 2019 12:03pm | Mia Barrett

The term beauty pageant took on a whole new meaning for the audience at this year’s Homecoming pep rally. Cheer sponsor Cheryl Lack, counselor Debbie Read and Principal Corey Hickerson came up with the idea to have a Homecoming beauty pageant during the Purple Out […]

Bison take big W in Homecoming game

October 4, 2019 11:58am | April Martinez

In the annual Homecoming game, the Buffalo Bison dominated the Dallas Gateway Gators. The game consisted of strong tackles, crownings and plenty of touchdowns throughout the night. The game began with Buffalo kicking off to Gateway Charter Academy, but soon the ball was taken over […]

Student Spotlight: Millie Lane

October 4, 2019 8:40am | Ashlyn Carrillo

“It’s a guest! It’s a guest!” freshman Millie Lane sings in her role as Mrs. Potts in the high school production of Beauty and the Beast, which is in rehearsals for a December show. Lane loves theatre and was excited to land a role in the […]

Ex-Student Association focuses on FCCLA/FHA

October 3, 2019 1:04pm |

The 2019 Buffalo Ex-Student meeting was last Saturday at the high school. This year FHA/FCCLA is celebrating its 75th anniversary, and the organization played a big part in the meeting this year. The theme is “Our legacy, your future.” BHS Officers have made it their […]

Guevara and Garcia crowned at Homecoming

October 3, 2019 12:19pm | Iris Valles

Ladies and gentlemen the 2019 homecoming queen is … Ms. Kimberly Guevara! And your homecoming king is … Mr. Roberto Garcia! Guevara and Garcia shared a hug after receiving their crowns. They posed for photographs and then spotted their sweet ride, a yellow Jeep, which […]

New fishing team competes in first tournament

October 2, 2019 2:27pm | Emma Adams

The inaugural BHS Bass Fishing Team competed in their first tournament Saturday, spending the day on Lake Palestine doing what they love – catching fish. “It’s very exciting to be able to do something I love and it not be something like sports or FFA,” […]

New coffee spot opens up in town

October 2, 2019 11:21am | Jazlynn Early

“Life Happens… Coffee Helps!!” This is what the chalkboard sign says outside of the town’s newest coffee shop, The Coffee Nook.  Sierra “Sisi” Heneralau, the manager of The Coffee Nook, opened up the rustic-chic cafe on August 3 after about three months of preparing the […]