All things EHS all the time


All things EHS all the time


All things EHS all the time


A couple stands before the National September 11 Memorial, marking the site of the south tower at the World Trade Center in New York, on September 8, 2021. - The remains of two more victims of 9/11 have been identified, thanks to advanced DNA technology, New York officials announced on September 7, 2021, just days before the 20th anniversary of the attacks. (Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty Images/TNS)

There and now: The stories of 9/11

Drew Nemacheck, reporter September 10, 2021

September 11, 2001, is a day that will live in the darkest pages of American history. On that day, 2,977 innocent Americans lost their lives and more than 25,000 people were injured in a coordinated...

Are you rockin’ with it?

Tess Summers, reporter March 30, 2021

Imagine the world with no music. Movies and car rides in the background are just completely silent. The world would be so bland. Musicians' main goal is to make music that people can listen to and enjoy.  The...

Teacher vs. Student Perspective: Mental Health

Teacher vs. Student Perspective: Mental Health

Sophia Brummond, reporter March 2, 2021

Mental health is seen in many perspectives amongst all age groups. Teachers and students both have very different points of view on what mental health may look like, and the resources that people struggling...

Meet Eurekas New SRO

Meet Eureka’s New SRO

Karsten Huston, reporter February 25, 2021

Eureka High School recently welcomed the new School Resource Officer, Derek Ploeger. He is a 2007 Eureka graduate who is excited to be back in the halls of his alma mater. The Bugle sat down with Officer...

Fashion trends of 2020

December 16, 2020

The fashion of 2020 is, to say the least, very out there. Since quarantine people have started to do a lot of shopping online and showing their style over social media platforms. Many popular influencers...

Eureka welcomes the Class of 2024

Eureka welcomes the Class of 2024

Ali Pate and Avery Bigham November 10, 2020

Students at Eureka know that this is a stressful time, especially for the incoming freshman who might not be as comfortable with this transition. Over 25 students gave their best advice or something they...

What is Eureka’s art?

Sedona Sayers, Business manager March 8, 2020

Art is defined as “the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power,” according to Webster’s...

St. Louis Union Station undergoes $187 million renovations

St. Louis Union Station undergoes $187 million renovations

Olivia Dolan, reporter February 5, 2020

The brand new St. Louis Aquarium opened its doors to hundreds of waiting St. Louisans, December 25, 2019. The aquarium is just one of the new attractions built as a part of the $187 million dollar...

The EHS-hub holiday guide

The EHS-hub holiday guide

Grace Walton, Jacob Dunbar , Olivia Dolan, and Mara Anselm December 19, 2019

With the holidays and winter break both rapidly approaching, the scramble of people looking for things to do, places to go and gifts to buy is becoming bigger and bigger. Here are our takes on the best...

The Bosons demonstrate their robot at Eureka Elementary Stem Night, Nov. 19.

EHS Robotics shares love of robotics

Myles Allred, reporter December 19, 2019

Along with tackling this year’s FIRST Tech Challenge challenge, SKYSTONE, Eureka’s robotics teams, the state-qualifying Quarks and the Bosons, along with the Mesons, are working to spread robotics...

E on her chest, Maddie Bee(11) dances with Golden Line during the Hazelwood Central game, Sept. 13.

2019 Photos of the year

Jordan Hrabko, photo editor December 18, 2019

As always, 2019 was quite the year for EHS. From athletes giving their all to students studying away, here are our top photos of 2019.

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