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Justin Amaker: Why you should not sleep on boys hockey this season.

December 11, 2017 7:30pm | Justin Amaker

The Burnsville boys hockey team are facing a rough start this season, with a starting record of 1-3-0. So far, we have lost against Hill-Murray, St. Michael-Albertville and Rosemount — all competitive teams. Their teams have a history of making state year after year, and […]

Burnsville names Guillaume Paek as new AD

November 14, 2017 12:53am | Justin Amaker

Marshall out! Burnsville High School has named Guillaume Paek as it’s new interim athletics director. He comes to Burnsville from Patrick Henry High School in Minneapolis, where he was the athletic director there since 2011. This news comes after former Burnsville athletics director Jeff Marshall announced […]

“Blaze Burger” now for sale throughout month.

October 12, 2017 3:43pm | Justin Amaker

Can you beat the heat? Burger Jones is supporting Burnsville’s DECA program by selling the “Blaze Burger” at it’s Burnsville location throughout the month of October. The burger inside includes cheese, bacon, egg, peanut butter, hot sauce and jalapeños. It also features the Burnsville Blaze […]

Five Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Play With Bats

October 6, 2017 6:49pm | Justin Amaker

At Burnsville High School on Thursday afternoon, English and journalism teacher Ms. Millea made an announcement to the student body from Burnsville’s animal control division about five to ten students possibly playing with a “juvenile bat” Wednesday evening. It was possible that the bat had […]

Young Life, from the perspective of a first timer.

October 3, 2017 6:08pm | Justin Amaker

The team gave me an assignment to tackle down: go to Young Life, make an article on it and get a page dedicated to Young Life on the yearbook. I figured this would be the perfect time for myself to learn more about a club […]

People Need To Learn How To Utilize BHS Hallways

September 27, 2017 4:37pm | Justin Amaker

It’s the beginning of a new year at Burnsville High School, which means a new group of freshmen joins us from the middle schools. They look like they should be in like 6th grade because they’re all super tiny, but whatever. We gotta live with […]