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New Year, New Rules

Olivia Ryan, Social Media Co-Editor

September 4, 2019

Olivia Ryan New Year, New Rules 2019-2020 Open House Yet another successful open house at BHSN Welcome back to school, Cougars! We had yet another successful open house Monday, Aug. 19.  If arrived early, attendees got to witness the orchestra in their first semi-official performance o...

North Student Council Dates Fall 2019

Ava Mattox

September 4, 2019

School has gotten back into swing, and as the fall season approaches, you know what time it is! Homecoming season! Here are a few dates you need to know for Homecoming as well as some other important StuCo dates during this fall!   Sept. 17, 6 p.m. - Boys Soccer Game and Bonfire Sept. 19, 4 p...

Get Involved in a Club at North!

Maggie Piercy, Co-Editor

August 26, 2019

   The beginning of the school year brings many new things such as homework, football games, pep rallies and most importantly, club call out meetings! North is home to many fun and unique clubs that offer something for everyone, so if you are looking for a way to get involved, here are the dates fo...

Visual Media at BHSN

May 16, 2019

With “Evening of the arts” happening last just a few weeks ago, students are beginning to appreciate some the artistic merit at BHSN and notice the large amount of work students put into these projects. BHSN has a strong visual art community and it’s staff, teachers and students work hard to push ...

Prom Savings!

Prom Savings!

Ali Cass, Staff Writer

April 16, 2019

Prom is one of the most exciting events that North has for our seniors and juniors but sometimes it can be tricky to figure out how to pay for everything. The dress and suits, the prom dinner, and of course the tickets. In this article you will find the tips and tricks that all savvy seniors and juni...

Artist Spotlight: Some Award Winning Work at BHSN

Artist Spotlight: Some Award Winning Work at BHSN

Braden Marksberry

April 12, 2019

There are so many passionate people with powerful voices and visions in the world and while that’s wonderful, it sometimes causes communities to skim over some people. The same can be said for almost any school environment. Important people and brilliant work can be overshadowed by popular names a...

The Story of Women’s History Month

The Story of Women’s History Month

Ellie Lloyd, Writer

April 10, 2019

Since 1987, the month of March in each year has been used as a way to celebrate women. As we move into April, here is a look back at the past 32 Women’s History Months, the story behind its creation, and two lady cougars who exemplify strong women within our own community. In 1978, the school district of Sonoma, Cali...

WFHB Youth Radio Opportunities

WFHB Youth Radio Opportunities

Isaiah King, Reporter

March 8, 2019

Local radio station, WFHB, offers students radio programming experience called Youth Radio on Saturdays from 6-10pm. Students can participate in one hour blocks to provide podcasts, pre-recorded news stories, disc jockey experience and more. The many positions in Youth Radio offer different roles....

Same Year, New Principal

Same Year, New Principal

Jerrett Alexander, Reporter

March 3, 2019

A new face will soon join the North faculty. On Tuesday, Feb. 26, the MCCSC board approved the hiring of Michelle Brittain-Watts as North’s new principal. She will begin on April 1. North has been without a full-time principal since November of 2018, when Michael Akers vacated the position and be...

Valentine’s Day Card Fails

Braden Marksberry, ConFUSED Editor

February 13, 2019

     For decades, high schoolers around the globe have had difficulties comprehending the qualities of “love” and “lust.” These words, commonly misrepresented as “infatuated” and “kinky,” have poisoned the adolescent mind and corrupted humanity since the dawn of the prehistoric era...

Valentine Chocolate Review

Tvisha Chatterjea, Reporter

February 13, 2019

Lindt Lindor: Chocolate silk in a wrapper. Smooth and gentle on the tongue, these chocolates are for those who like delicate and dainty flavors. This simple confection can brighten up your day or soothe the rumpled feelings that abound on this day of love. Not recommended for the maniacs who eat exceedingly bitter d...

Fred Guttenberg: A Portrait in Resolve

Fred Guttenberg: A Portrait in Resolve

Maggie Rushton, Guest Reporter

February 13, 2019

From the humble life of a father, husband and middle class American to steadfast activist, Fred Guttenberg has accepted a new calling. Guttenberg has fought tirelessly against gun violence ever since Feb. 14, when his daughter was gunned down during the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas H...

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