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Debate vs Goliath


BK Debate had an awesome tournament last weekend. In Speech BK qualified for finals in ten events! Jacob Pintar and Nick Murdock qualified in two events each. Ryleigh Navert and Aisea Odencrantz won first place in Expository and Oratorical Analysis respectively. An amazing feat. In Debate four students got speaker awards; Jacob Pintar made the semi-finals, and Patrick O’Neil won first place in his ... Read More »

Catching Fire was on fire this weekend

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“Welcome to the 75th annual Hunger Games! May the odds be ever in your favor.” Released on November 22, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire had fans pumped up for the premier of this sequel to The Hunger Games, a story of American ruins called Panem many years in the future. Twelve districts and the Capital make up Panem. Every year ... Read More »

New Look For Tennis

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  Did you know that Bishop Kelly is planning on constructing a new tennis facility? As of right now we only have 4 tennis courts, which were built in the 90s by the apartment complex next to us. When those were built, Bishop Kelly and the complex made a partnership to use the facilities. But after a few years they ... Read More »

The Day that Everyone Looks Forward To

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Bullying is a critical problem in today’s society. 1 in 7 students in Grades K-12 is either a bully or a victim of bullying. There are many types of bullying ranging from physical to cyber. Challenge day strives to address bullying and demonstrate ways of kindness and love to counteract any negative behavior. With butterflies in their stomachs and smiles on ... Read More »

Strut on over to Gobblestock


The Gobblestock Film Festival and Sock Hop are in their fourth consecutive year.  The festival is run by Mr. Skinner, History Club, and OATHS. The purpose of the festival is to raise money for OATHS. OATHS is the student run organization here at BK that helps assist the homeless students of the Treasure Valley. Mr. Skinner, the organizer and lead ... Read More »

Ogata’s Dream Comes True


“I have always wanted to play college baseball, but didn’t know it was possible until I got to high school” says Bowen Ogata after signing his Letter of Intent to University of Utah. Playing baseball since he was four, Bowen Ogata truly has a love for the game.   Watching baseball on TV since he was little, Ogata always knew ... Read More »

OSU Putting Greens Await


“When I visited OSU I loved the campus, the team, and it felt like the right decision”, Haley Nist tells me Wednesday, after signing her Letter of Intent to play golf at Oregon State University, with Bowen Ogata signing for the Utes. Haley has been playing golf for 9 years and truly loves the sport. She has been talking to the coach ... Read More »

More Mashed Potatoes?


Bishop Kelly has voted that mashed potatoes are the best food to eat on Thanksgiving. McKenna Rackleff, junior, agrees with the result of the poll. Mashed potatoes are her favorite Thanksgiving food. Another junior, Mallory Warren, agreed with the poll results also. “Mashed potatoes are the best!” exclaimed Mallory.  Celebrated the fourth Tuesday of every November, Thanksgiving celebrates and gives ... Read More »

New York Taste in Boise


Guido’s is one of the most interesting pizza places I have ever been to. Interesting can often mean something is bad, but not in this case. I visited their location at BRC Plaza: 12375 East Chinden Boulevard. Upon entering the parking lot, I noticed it was sparsely populated, which seemed strange as it was during Saturday lunchtime. Located around the ... Read More »

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