All things EHS all the time


All things EHS all the time


All things EHS all the time


The Catpound cheers at the 2021 Homecoming football game, Oct. 1, 2021.

Homecoming 2022: Here We Go Again!

Sophia Brummond, Editor-in-Chief September 30, 2022

Mama Mia, here we go again EHS! Homecoming week has arrived and EHS has a lot planned to make sure that this homecoming is one to remember.  Eureka High School Student Council is working especially...

McBride Polo Field looks to build new conceptional homes off of Highway FF but is met with resistance

McBride Polo Field looks to build new conceptional homes off of Highway FF but is met with resistance

Morgan Clark, reporter April 25, 2022

As conversation sparks around Eureka of the “No McBride Polo Field” signs everywhere, many people are wondering what they mean. The McBride home building company is planning to build 101 homes off...

Prom Preview

Alley Hulsey, reporter April 20, 2022

Prom is a big part of the high school experience, so let's talk about Eureka High's 2022 prom. Prom is on May 7, 2022, at Union Station. Check-in begins at 5:30, doors to the hall open at 6:00, dinner...

Arata retires

Arata retires

Claire Rickles, reporter April 20, 2022

Beginning Jan. 1, Eureka band director and Inspector General for his unit in the Air National Guard John Arata was deployed to McGuire Air Force Base in New Jersey to assist in the relocation of Afghan...

This aerial picture shows a man riding his bicycle past a burned Russian armoured vehicle, in the outskirts of Kyiv, on April 1, 2022, amid Russian invasion of Ukraine. (RONALDO SCHEMIDT/AFP via Getty Images/TNS)

Everything you need to know about the Ukrainian-Russian Conflict

Madison Heep, reporter April 7, 2022

Who: Russia (President Vladimir Putin), Ukraine (President Volodymyr Zelenskyy) What: Putin has been building up military forces along the Ukrainian border for months, then invaded eastern Ukraine and...

Class of 2021 graduation. Photo from The Bugle Archives.

GRADUATION ALTERATION: The Class of 2022 faces uncertainty regarding graduation ceremony

Katie Jones, reporter March 29, 2022

Take a moment to picture this. It’s the day of your high school graduation, the day you’ve been anticipating for years with an ever-present sense of excitement. You sit in a row next to your classmates,...

Meet Dr. Cain

Sophia Brummond, news editor March 17, 2022

After a long and strenuous process, the Rockwood School District has selected the newest edition to the Rockwood Staff, Superintendent Dr. Curtis Cain. Dr. Cain grew up in Wisconsin and settled in the...

Eureka High School custodian charged with sexual abuse of a student

Eureka High School custodian charged with sexual abuse of a student

Grace Walton, editor-in-chief February 17, 2022

On Thursday, Feb. 17, one of Eureka High School's custodians, Robert Smith, 50, was charged and arrested on one felony count of 1st-degree sexual abuse for an incident that occurred with a student in the...

Rockwood Under Fire

Rockwood Under Fire

Grace Walton and Sophia Brummond December 15, 2021

The divide between the Rockwood School District and parents has grown substantially since March 2020 with parents in an uproar about the district's current handlings of Critical Race Theory, COVID protocols...

Students walk in the hall without masks during fourth hour, Thursday, Dec. 9.

MASK OFF: Students protest Rockwood’s continuation of mask mandate despite AG’s cease and desist

Grace Walton and Ali Pate December 9, 2021

After Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt sent a letter to local Missouri health agencies and school districts Wednesday, Eureka students responded by protesting the district mask mandate, Dec....

Editorial cartoon depicts Eric Schmidt beating the mask mandate.

Lawsuit between Missouri Attorney General and Rockwood continues

Lucy Branscum, reporter November 4, 2021

On August 24th, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt filed a lawsuit in Boone County Circuit Court over requiring masks in schools. Although it was initially filed against the Columbia School District,...

Buses line up in front of school after the end of the school day.

Rockwood students suffer as bus driver shortage changes district transportation

Madison Heep, reporter November 4, 2021

Rockwood is facing a shortage of bus drivers which is affecting the district’s student body as well as parents. Due to the shortage, the Transportation Department has had to make some changes to the...

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