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Many students at Bozeman High School are not aware of the effect that homelessness has on teenagers in our midst. Currently there are 56 students in our district whose families are in transition, between jobs, staying in a motel, couch-surfing, or have been evicted. These families require assistance with food, shelter, and [...]Continue Reading →
Twenty faces were solemn last spring when Mrs. Klug, the Hawk Tawk class advisor, announced her harrowing news that the Hawk Tawk newspaper class was to be cut from the school curriculum. The anger, confusion, and strife was a tangible presence in the classroom as kids began shouting out proposals and methods of substitution. Within [...]Continue Reading →
Speed, adrenaline, and accomplishment. These are just some of the many reasons BHS students have taken up the thrilling sport of rodeo.
The Bridger Mountain High School Rodeo Club offers students from 6th to 12th grade the opportunity to learn about the standard rodeo events and try their luck at the sport. Events include barrels, [...]Continue Reading →
It looks as though three times was the charm after BHS cycled through to its third head track coach in one year. Last year, Dave Brekke stepped in to a tainted position after the appointed head track coach, Jim Evans, was arrested for inappropriate relationships with students. Evans would have taken the place of former [...]Continue Reading →
That when you work really hard, it all pays off in the end.
I have learned how to communicate with people better and also what it is like to have someone you trust completely.
To accept who someone is, and to enjoy [...]Continue Reading →
Jewelry has always been Don Baide’s passion, in high school he learned how to cut gems and went on to pursue a degree in metals at MSU. He started a business at home, and it quickly grew into what today is the Gem Gallery. Today, the Gem [...]
Hockey in Bozeman has seen better days. Days when piles of fans would make the short trip down Huffine Lane and congregate inside the Bozeman Ice Garden. Days when hockey flowed through the veins of people throughout the community, and a sellout crowd of 3,500 fans routinely cheered on their hometown favorites: the Bozeman Ice [...]Continue Reading →
We’ve all seen the creek flowing outside the high school, but have we ever thought about the fact that it is an actual creek, which was once home to fish and is a tributary to the East Gallatin? Mandeville Creek is a spring fed creek that has been renovated to flow around our daily lives. [...]Continue Reading →