All things EHS all the time


All things EHS all the time


All things EHS all the time


Editorial cartoons: Spring 2022

April 20, 2022

Editorial cartoons by Bailey Wagener.

2022’s Top Spring Reads

Katie Jones, reporter April 20, 2022

The spring season is a great time to dive into a new book. The Bugle has compiled a list spanning various genres, perfect for spring reads. The Lake House by Kate Morton (Historical fiction/mystery) In...

The Essential Summer Playlist

Avery Bigham, design editor April 20, 2022

As summer break is quickly approaching, the want for a summer playlist turns into a necessity. Everyone needs songs for drives, beach days, or even a picnic. There is a song for every summer occasion....

Maddie Nemkovich: How to be unbothered

Maddie Nemkovich: How to be unbothered

Lauryn Pyatt, reporter April 20, 2022

Being unbothered is such a hard thing to do. As someone who is sensitive and emotional, it is so challenging to just not care. I’m trying my best to stop caring about little, petty things that are insignificant....

Jimmy De Martini on fiddle, Clay Cook and Zac Brown of the Zac Brown Band perform at Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion at Walnut Creek in Raleigh, North Carolina, Friday, May 11, 2012. (Scott Sharpe/Raleigh News & Observer/MCT)

Summer concerts in STL

Ali Pate, photo editor April 11, 2022

Concerts are some of the best ways to spend summer nights or days with friends. Here’s your lineup of concerts around the St. Louis area you won’t want to miss this summer - and you won’t have to...

Spring break recap

Spring break recap

Grace Dunham, reporter April 11, 2022

This year's spring break was not only a great getaway from the constant stresses of school and the work piling up nearing the end of the school year but also a great way to see the spring break destinations...

A Midsummer Nights Dream in the spring

A Midsummer Night’s Dream in the spring

Alley Hulsey, reporter March 17, 2022

Lights, camera, action! Eureka High School’s theater club, etc…, recently finished their spring production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, a Shakespearean romance and comedy. The tech, crew...

Mr. EHS Recap

Mr. EHS Recap

Grace Walton, editor-in-chief January 27, 2022

Mr. EHS is a time-honored Eureka tradition. 21 competitors from Eureka clubs, sports and music programs were nominated to compete for Miss Missouri’s rose and to win the judges’ and crowds’ approval. The...

Untraditional Traditions

Lexi Wunderlich and Lauryn Pyatt December 15, 2021

As major celebrations such as Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, and other holidays quickly approach, many families look forward to spending time with their family members, as well as celebrating with...

Eurekas Music Culture

Eureka’s Music Culture

Peyton Wibbenmeyer, reporter December 15, 2021

Eureka High School has a very wide variety of musical programs ranging from orchestra to band. Many students at Eureka High School are involved in the band or orchestra program and even small classes such...

Riley Baker: A Heros Life

Riley Baker: A Hero’s Life

Olivia Dolan, sports editor November 7, 2021

On Thursday, June 22, 2006 in Al Ramadi, Iraq, Eureka’s hometown hero fell. A fire flickered out in one of the world’s brightest matches. The curtain closed on the short life of Riley Baker, a beloved...

Getting to know Tim Ricker: Rockwood’s interim superintendent aims to steady district after tough year

Claire Rickles, reporter November 4, 2021

For the second time in three years, the Rockwood School District has a new superintendent. As a result, few students know him or what he cares about. The Bugle now answers the question: Who is Rockwood...

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