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St. Vincent de Paul holds free clothing drive

Marissa Green

November 15, 2018

Filed under Community News, Features

“The clothing drive helps a lot of people in our area who are in need of clothes in the cold weather.”

Students go green for Earth Week

May 3, 2018

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By Samantha Johnson “You don’t have to change your entire life to help the world we live in. Picking up a piece of trash one day or spending the ten dollars it takes to get a reusable water bottle can help the earth far...

IGNITE event open to all

January 19, 2018

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by Emma Hibdon “This will be one of the craziest events of the year”- junior Allison Rudolph on the IGNITE event The BSHS FCA, in collaboration with Young Life,  is hosting the IGNITE KC event at the Blue Springs Fieldhou...

Wildcats stuffed with thanks and turkey

November 30, 2017

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By Samara Bhatti “For me, Thanksgiving means being together as a family and being grateful for everything you have along with eating some great food,” sophomore Gabe Mouhssine on what Thanksgiving means to him Last week ...

Hearts beat for the blood drive

October 12, 2017

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By Samantha Johnson   “It’s really worth it; I mean I’m fine and even better with an Oreo," -Lieutenant Richard Yule NHS hosted the annual fall blood drive on Thursday, Oct. 5. Only four days after the Las Vegas massacr...

Rivals unite

October 5, 2017

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By Caitlin Ham “Community Unity week is so fun because the spirit days are awesome and it’s fun to get involved and see everyone else getting involved too. Bringing canned goods is a good way to help our community and bri...

Community walks to save lives

May 11, 2017

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By Courtney Yanks “I did donate, but not only money; I donated my time, I walked with amazing people that I spent time listening and relating to. I met so many strong people that afternoon, and I can not wait till next ye...

A tale as old as time

April 13, 2017

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By Kaylee Largent “Disney has blown me away again and again. 'Beauty and the Beast' is truly a tale as old as time.” -sophomore Ana Gross Disney has re-released another classic, and this time it is Beauty and the Beast g...

Summers rallies after tornado damage

April 6, 2017

Filed under Community News, Teacher Feature

By Courtney Yanks “It's such a warm and good feeling knowing I have all this support from the Blue Springs students and staff," Kyra Summers. Spring season in “tornado alley” is in full effect. Every year, those sirens g...

Giving back

February 16, 2017

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By Michaela Fielding “My favorite part about the blood drive is the people it benefits in the long run.”- senior Karissa Sprout On normal days, the small gym is used for physical education classes. Students play basketball,...

Students march for equality

February 16, 2017

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By Courtney Yanks “Equality is what this country needs, what this world needs. Equality for all men and women, not based on gender, sexuality or race.” -junior Karissa Johnson On January 21st, more than 200,000 women, men and...

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