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Class of 2024 Post-Graduation Plans

Lyra Thompson, Staff Writer May 7, 2024

There are many different options that graduating seniors can choose to pursue after high school, including a four-year college, a junior college, a trade/tech school, or joining the military. The BSHS...

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All About the Tiny House Movement

Lyra Thompson, Staff Writer April 29, 2024

Tiny houses, which are houses that typically have a square footage of 400 square feet or less, have exploded in popularity in recent years, and the market is expected to grow by 4.88% by 2027. You may...

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The Unseen Perspective

Lyra Thompson, Staff Writer April 22, 2024

Mara Jane is a senior at St. James Academy in Lenexa. She will be majoring in Biochemistry at K-State starting in the fall of 2024. She recently started her own podcast, called The Unseen Perspective....

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Mr. Mellick - Craftsman On and Off Campus

Mr. Mellick – Craftsman On and Off Campus

Lyra Thompson, Staff Writer April 15, 2024

Mr. Mellick has been a teacher here at BSHS for almost ten years now, having started in the 2014-2015 school year, and has been very dedicated to his craft and his students. At Bonner, Mr. Mellick teaches...

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BSHS DUI Experience

Katelyn Fogelman, Editor April 5, 2024

The BSHS Prom is this weekend and with that comes the concerns of students driving unsafely, such as driving under the influence of alcohol. With that in mind, Captain Heather Pate with the Bonner Springs...

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Little AI-chemy

Lyra Thompson, Staff Writer April 1, 2024

You have probably heard of the game “Little Alchemy” or its successor, “Little Alchemy 2.” The original game came out in 2010 and was all about creating as many different objects as possible, starting...

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Chief Linda Graff of the Kansas Delaware Tribe

Katelyn Fogelman, Editor March 28, 2024

In 1830 the Indian Removal Act was set in place. For the Delaware Tribe who were living near Bonner Springs Kansas at the time, it was bad news. They were told that they had to leave and go to Oklahoma...

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Nova – The BSHS Therapy Dog

Katelyn Fogelman, Editor March 26, 2024

Have you ever walked into an establishment where one of the recognized staff members is a dog? Well if you have been to Bonner Springs High School then you have! Nova Nugget Groves is the therapy dog...

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To Tip or Not to Tip

Lyra Thompson, Staff Writer March 25, 2024

The idea of leaving a tip at a restaurant or other business is a fairly American concept. In a lot of countries, you would be weird if you paid more than what your meal cost. While a few other countries...

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The Reel Deal – BSHS Hobby Turned Side Job

Lyra Thompson, Staff Writer March 15, 2024

If you’ve had Mr. Downing as a teacher, or have even had just a few conversations with him, you’ll know that he loves fishing. However, you might not know that he actually builds his own fishing rods...

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The World of Blind-Accessible Sports

Lyra Thompson, Staff Writer March 4, 2024

On the surface, sports don’t seem like an activity people who are blind can participate in. They’re highly visual and usually fast-paced. However, the Paralympics and Special Olympics prove that people...

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Part-Time Podcaster

Lyra Thompson, Staff Writer February 26, 2024

Do you have a passion that you and your friends could talk about for hours? Would you love to make money from talking about your interests? That’s what happened for a current Bonner Springs High School...

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