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This Year’s Carl Sandburg Winners

March 5, 2020

The Debate team went head on in competition on January 25 at Carls SandBurg...

The January Student and Staff of the Month

January 30, 2020

Belleville West is filled with students constantly doing good deeds, and upholding...

Service Dog Aladdin Opens Whole New World For Cancer Survivor Winter Racine

Service Dog Aladdin Opens Whole New World For Cancer Survivor Winter Racine

December 3, 2019

High school is hard enough for healthy students. Now imagine being a cancer...

Making Each Vote Count
Get Out and Vote

Get Out and Vote

October 30, 2020

Below is information from the St. Clair County Website...

Junior Faith Levery Talks About E-Learning Day

April 3, 2020

Get Invovled With College Visits

Get Invovled With College Visits

March 10, 2020

Talking to local college representatives can help answer...

Josh Koderhandt Wins State for Boys Wrestling
BTHS Hockey Team Completes Another Successful Season

BTHS Hockey Team Completes Another Successful Season

March 2, 2020

The BTHS hockey team’s season is in the books and...

Competitive Cheer

February 10, 2020

The Competitive Cheer season has already begun, competing...

Baseball Workouts Give Players a Chance to Get Better

Baseball Workouts Give Players a Chance to Get Better

January 27, 2020

Baseball off-season workouts have already started,...

Mason Hagarty, Editorial Editor | September 14, 2021

Masks have become a controversial item over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. While some people have no problems wearing the protective gear as a precaution, others feel adamantly against having to wear what they consider to be restrictive and uncomfortable nuisances. As the number of COVID positive people begins to rise again thanks to the Delta variant, let’s unmask some of the arguments one...

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Mason Hagarty and Alyssa Hafford | May 13, 2021

How would you feel if a teacher demanded that you lift your shirt or pull down your pants just so you could play a sport? For transgender athletes in Florida, this may become a reality thanks to a bill that recently passed the Florida House of Representatives and landed on the state Senate’s floor.    According to the political publication The Hill, the bill, titled “Fairness in Women’s...

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Little Theatre’s Cast and Crew on Metamorphoses

Breeanna Rauschkolb, News Writer | October 7, 2021

This year's fall play, Metamorphoses, opens today. Little Theatre’s cast and crew members have worked together since August to prepare for their opening night. Student Technical Director, senior Ayden Thurnau, spoke about the community that he’s become a part of. He loves to help others get a grasp on their contribution to the theatre, and is very excited for opening night. “Working with...

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Sonic the Hedgehog and the Brand Deal with Olive Garden

Paige Goodrich, Entertainment Editor | March 11, 2020

Released on February 14th, Sonic the Hedgehog was a movie I never expected to see in theaters… or ever. One, I’m not a huge fan of animation in movies. And two, the trailer genuinely made me lose all faith in this movie being even slightly good. The trailer portrayed a basic plot about friendship and the typical “even-though-I-don’t-know-who-you-are-you’re-gonna-be-my-best-friend-and-help-me-save-the-day-in-the-end”...

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