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  • Early Fall Traditions at East
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    Early Fall Traditions at East

    Ainsley Gordon, Website Editor

    September 17, 2017

    Local fall traditions are falling into place early. While the season of fall does not start for another week, students of East have started their fall traditions early. Going to haunted houses around the time of Halloween is a common activity for those craving a good scare and recently many hav...

    Seniors Sydney Rames and Brooke Taylor visited the Field of Screams in Brandenburg, Kentucky. Picture credits: Sydney Rames.

  • Moving Towards Team Improvement
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    Moving Towards Team Improvement

    September 11, 2017

    Speeding into September, East moves towards overall improvement. On September 2, the cross-country team traveled to Shelbyville to compete in the annual Shelby County Invitational. This 5k run was a morning race on a rainy day. The girls ran before the boys, starting at 9:00 a.m. on a Saturday....

    Tinelli placed sixth out of 84 in her varsity 5k run at the Shelby County Invitational. She continues to improve her times each meet.

    Kenneth Hughes

  • Helping Hands
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    Helping Hands

    Meredith Bass, Business Editor

    September 6, 2017

    Volunteers are flooding the streets of Texas. Hurricane Harvey flooded Texas last week and the efforts of rescue teams, missionaries and selfless individuals are proving remarkable. Harvey, a category four hurricane, struck southeast Texas on August 25. The storm has caused extreme flooding and ...

    Rescue teams help to evacuate citizens Avoid Fraudulent Charitable Contribution Schemes by Texas Army National Guard Photo (cc by-sa)

  • Bringing Logic to a Sore Subject

    Bringing Logic to a Sore Subject

    Morgan Harbolt, Staff Writer

    September 3, 2017

    Logic is taking the stage to take a stand. Logic closed the show at the Video Music Awards (VMA’s) on Monday the 27 where he talked about a serious topic. Logic, Robert Bryson Hall II,  is a popular rapper from Maryland. He performed his song 1-800-273-8255 (suicide prevention hotline) at the VM...

    https://goo.gl/images/bGjv7T , Rapper Logic at the Verge Campus Tour in Orlando, Florida. Logic backstage in Orlando on April 8 2014 by Nick Mahar (CC BY-CC)

    Nick Mahar

  • A Fresh Start
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    A Fresh Start

    Olivia Armstrong, Copy Editor

    September 3, 2017

    Whole Foods is experiencing a whole new reboot. Whole Foods will be undergoing some big changes as the health supermarket gets taken under Amazon’s wing. Both Amazon and Whole Foods will be taking steps forward as Amazon successfully buys out Whole Foods. This buy out reaps a multitude of ben...

    There are over 460 Whole Foods locations worldwide. Whole Foods Market in Evanston on July 21, 2007 (CC BY-CC).

  • Running Relays in Fern Creek
    Breaking News, Sports

    Running Relays in Fern Creek

    Haley Grether, Copy Editor

    August 31, 2017

    Racing into the season, East is working towards success. Starting the year off with a relay race, the Cross Country team traveled to Louisville to compete. The first meet of the season was originally set for August 22. Due to bad weather, it was canceled and rescheduled for August 23. The team ...

    Meredith Thornsberry has been running for Bullitt East for most of her high school career. She is continuing to improve more and more each year. "My personal goal for the season is to run a twenty three minute 5k. For the team though, I really want us to make it to state, I really think we have a shot, said Thornsberry.

    Kelsi Sego

  • Monumental Problems
    Breaking News, Opinion, Political

    Monumental Problems

    Olivia Armstrong, Cassidy Cardwell, Meredith Bass, Morgan Harbolt, Tyler Mozingo, and Haylie Jenkins

    August 29, 2017

    These statues aren’t so set in stone. August has proved a busy month for residents in the town of Charlottesville, Virginia, fit with chaos, rallies and violence over a bronze sculpture and it’s place in the community. Statues of Confederate leaders are a topic of interest in many of today’s conve...

    Lee Park, Charlottesville, VA. CVille dog. CC BY-SA.

  • Creating A New Home in Houses
    Breaking News, School

    Creating A New Home in Houses

    Haley Grether, Copy Editor

    August 28, 2017

    With each new year, there are always changes. Whether it be new students, new teachers, clubs or activities, it seems like nothing ever stays the same at East. One big change at Charger Nation this year is the complete reconstruction of houses. Houses at Bullitt East were created so that students c...

  • Events in the Upcoming Weeks
    Breaking News, School

    Events in the Upcoming Weeks

    Haley Grether, Copy Editor

    August 25, 2017

    When living in a small town like Mount Washington, it can be hard to find fun things to occupy time, but there are plenty of entertaining events happening in neighboring cities during the next few months. Within the months of August and September, there are a variety of events occurring near Bullitt ...

  • New Assistant Principal Roaming the Halls in Charger Nation
    Features, School

    New Assistant Principal Roaming the Halls in Charger Nation

    Zach Combest, Website Editor

    August 24, 2017

    From Hebron to Charger Nation, Cynthia Bell is settling in her new position and school. Bell is a new face to many students and staff at Bullitt East, but she hopes to connect with everyone and learn the system as she takes on her role as the new assistant principal. Coming from a middle school,...

    Cynthia Bell with assistant principal Kevin Connors of Bullitt Lick Middle School talking about poverty and student learning in Bullitt County Schools.

    Cynthia Bell

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