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EBN: Keeping the school clean during COVID

Eureka Broadcast Network April 8, 2021

Reporters Caleb Wetzel, Josh Travis and Carter Guntli look at what custodians and cafeteria staff are doing to adjust to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Bugle: March edition letters to the editor

The Bugle: March edition letters to the editor

The Bugle editorial board March 25, 2021

Morgan Brown I was recently made aware that someone running for a position on the Rockwood School Board, Tamarah Wagner, has a history of posting racist, offensive, and hateful remarks on her social...

The Bugle is back

The Bugle is back

March 9, 2020

After eight years without a print publication, The Bugle has finally returned to Eureka High School. In our Welcome Back issue, we feature new EHS principal Dr. Corey Sink, a construction update, the...

Opinion | Fine Tuned | Sept. 25

Opinion | Fine Tuned | Sept. 25

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief September 25, 2019

Each Friday, new music swarms streaming platforms across the world. As millions of artists push to have their music heard, very few are able to stand out among the masses. Here are my takes on three upcoming...

Principal Charlie Crouther addresses EHS during an assembly, Sept. 6.

EHS Principal addresses school in assembly

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief September 6, 2019

EHS Principal Charlie Crouther addressed the school during an assembly, Friday, Sept. 6. Crouther reinstated his previous statement. He assured that administration is working to improve security in...

B Day Without Flex

B Day Without Flex

August 22, 2019

A Day With Flex

A Day With Flex

August 22, 2019

Scott's tour stopped at St. Louis' Enterprise Center, Feb. 18.

Opinion | Bona Fide | Astroworld Tour

A review of Travis Scott's Astroworld Tour
Josh Margherita, reporter February 21, 2019

Travis Scott, the eventual second heir to the current throne of rap (only behind Drake) sold out the Enterprise Center, Feb. 18. The crowd at a Travis Scott concert is unlike any other. Enterprise...

Making history, Sydney McFadden gets her arm raised after winning her match against Seckman during the first ever girls wrestling team match, Nov. 28.

Pinning down the competition

Audrey Brown, reporter January 29, 2019

In 1998, Julie Tucker became the first female to qualify for the Missouri wrestling state championships, wrestling against all male competition. Over 20 years later, the fastest-growing girls sport is...

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