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The development of the new Combie Road shopping center provides space for many new businesses, including the controversially opened Quick Quack car wash. Photo by Maya Bussinger

Bruins discuss changes in local developments and industries over the years

Maya Bussinger June 5, 2023

Changes in developments and industries have come and gone throughout the years in the shopping complexes around Bear River and Lake of the Pines. History teacher Matt MacDonald was a Bear River student...

Senior Grace Pratt uses her impressive dribbling skills to bring the ball up the line during the teams most recent game against  Colfax. Photo by Madeline Mattson

Girls soccer reflects on successful season

Maya Bussinger February 4, 2023

As the soccer season wraps up, the varsity girls reflect on their accomplishments and aim to end their season strong.  The team has shown considerable improvement since the numerous losses that started...

Bruins taking on the competition. Photo by Maya Bussinger

Bruins soccer comes to close

Maya Bussinger January 31, 2022

As Bruins soccer nears the end of its season, players reflect on their accomplishments and hope to finish the year strong. Junior Austin Phipps explained the extent that the boys team has come along this...

On October 27th, Bear River XC ran their final meet of the season. Courtesy Photo

Bruin XC looks back on successful season

Maya Bussinger November 3, 2021

As the Bruins cross country season comes to a close, runners reflect on their final PVL (Pioneer Valley League) meet of the season, which took place on their home course at Bear River High School. Coach...

Bear Rivers G-Wing bathrooms were the most recent to close, following more vandalism. Photo by Maya Bussinger

Students call for justice and reopening of bathrooms following slew of vandalism

Maya Bussinger October 9, 2021

Throughout the past few weeks, Bear River has had significant vandalism problems in the restrooms from students, reacting by closing them, severely limiting the number of bathrooms open. Principle Chris...

Students going to games boosts school spirit.  Photo by Maya Bussinger

Reduced audience size provokes enthusiasm

Maya Bussinger September 29, 2021

The new COVID-19 protocol of limiting the admission count for football games to 499 available tickets has become a topic for debate. Most students wish that more people should be allowed to attend the...

The Girls varsity volleyball team went undefeated in the Sutter Invitational tournament.  Photo by Jackson Smith

Girls varsity volleyball kills it at Sutter tourney

Maya Bussinger September 2, 2021

The Girls Varsity volleyball team dives into the season with an undefeated Saturday at the sixteen team Sutter High School Invitational.  Junior Sarah DeSart expressed excitement for her team’s...

Bad air quality has prevented some Bruin sports activities.  Photo by Mike DeCicco

Bruin athletics smoked out

Maya Bussinger August 28, 2021

Just as the school year began, outdoor athletics were postponed because of poor air quality resulting from fires in the surrounding area. Despite the setbacks, students have been finding ways to stay...

Rising Senior Tyler Schaap has spent his time this summer working at Holiday Market. Photo by Maya Bussinger

Busy Bruins clock in over the summer

Maya Bussinger July 29, 2021

Many students have filled their summer by working and earning money in various ways. The motivation to work stems from different viewpoints. Rising senior Ana Hamilton, who works at Auburn Gymnastics...

Junior Tim Rice practices his jumps. Photo by Maya Bussinger

Pole vaulters raise the bar with excellent season

Maya Bussinger May 27, 2021

With the end of track this year, pole vault athletes reflect on their high-reaching goals from this season, recounting their best accomplishments. Junior Tim Rice expressed his pride for the team’s...

Many Bruins have received the COVID-19 vaccine as it rolls out around the country. Photo by Maya Bussinger

New vaccine availability met with hesitance, excitement

Maya Bussinger April 30, 2021

As the COVID-19 vaccine has become available to anyone 16 and above, Bruins divulged their opinions on its effectiveness and whether or not they plan to get it. The process of getting the vaccine requires...

After months of delays and uncertainty due to COVID-19, the Bruin football team participated in their first game of the season against Nevada Union on March 12. Photo by Maya Bussinger

Bruin football kicks off new season with 20-9 loss

Maya Bussinger March 17, 2021

Bruin football tackles a new season with their first game held on March 12 against Nevada Union High School with a final outcome of 20-9 loss. Athletes and fans alike were psyched for the football team...

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