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October 22, 2020

BHSU 2020 Season Stats featuring Nolan Susel

BHSU 2020 Season Stats featuring Nolan Susel

Tyler Louder, Sports Contributer

October 15, 2020

BHSU Hosts Colorado Mesa University

Tyler Louder, Sports Contributer

October 15, 2020

Coming off a season opening loss to the School of Mines and Tech Hardrockers last Saturday, the Yellowjackets look to get back on track in their home opener for the 2020 season.  Starting off with a loss on the road to a rival can be a tough beginning. However, as athletics go, this team needs to learn from their mistakes and keep moving forward.  CMU is coming off a close 10-7 overtim...

A Home for Monsters

Kathryn Hastings, Contributer

October 14, 2020

Here at the Happy Home for Monsters we offer a service like no other. Is your imaginary friend getting too old for you? Is your pet vampire needing a home after it bit you? What about a werewolf? Have they stopped changing through the moon cycle? Well here at the Happy Home for Monsters, we have just...

Spooktacular Halloween full moon shines across North America for first time since 1944

Full moon peaks out from behind the clouds in the Black Hills.

Sean Seefeldt, Contributer

October 14, 2020

Halloween will be a little bit spookier this year. A rare Halloween full moon will be viewable across North America for the first time since World War II.   Popular Halloween media has conjured up images of black cats hissing, witches on brooms cackling, and restless ghosts haunting, all cast...

The Fright

Kathryn Hastings

October 5, 2020

In 2048, a man invented time travel. His name was William Burkawitz, and he was the smartest man on earth. There’s only one problem with time travel, that’s once you do it, you must stay in that timeline. When it was originally invented people started disappearing left and right, families would ...

BHSU Football Preview

Tyler Louder, Sports Contributer

October 3, 2020

Sustainable soil practice to reverse damaged climate

Jessie Ristau

October 1, 2020

Soil health. Maybe amid everything that’s been going on in the world lately, that’s not at the top of the list… but it definitely should be. Why? Because the entire world’s meal security, their livelihoods, depend directly on the health of soils — even so, the well-being of soils is being threatened...

High Plains Country Jamboree performs last show of season at Western Heritage Center

Brittany Birgen

September 28, 2020

The High Plains Country Jamboree played the last of nine weekly shows on Sept. 15 at 6:30 p.m. at the Western Heritage Center.    This series of shows featured Orion and Stacey Potter, who are well-known performers in the Black Hills. The Western Heritage Center hosted as they put on their show, t...

Ten ways to improve your sleep

Kathryn Hastings

September 26, 2020

The stay at home order changed the lives of many, from working from home to having online schooling. There’s also an important piece of basic human needs that have also been changed, sleep. Many people report that they are not able to get enough sleep, that their sleeping schedule has changed, or that...

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