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Military aspirations 2017

Trevor Mischka, Editor

Taylor Arbour is the first Bay Port female to be accepted into the U.S. Naval Academy, an institution with a 7.9% acceptance rate. Taylor played and started for the softball, track, volleyball, and basketball teams th...

May 31, 2017No Comments

  • Coffee and Conversations: Denise Sweet (Ep. 1) May 3, 2017
  • Dude. Be nice. March 9, 2017
  • Girls basketball is starting soon December 6, 2016
  • A Time To Make The Horror Come Alive December 5, 2016
  • She can remember more than you December 5, 2016

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The Phillips’ – 40 years and counting

Lukas Eggenberger

It was in July of 1976 when Mike and Mikie Phillips first met. More precise on a blind date in western New York. In October of 1976, he proposed to her and in August of 1977 they were marr...

May 31, 2017No Comments

Recent Pirate Life Stories

  • Mr. Branger ready for freedom of retirement May 31, 2017
  • How elementary school day-dreams become reality May 31, 2017
  • Military aspirations 2017 May 31, 2017

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New district software Secur.ly monitors devices

Connor Servais, Editor

Many students at Bay Port use their school computers to view and communicate through social media, and access personal information stored on secure websites, such as banking information. While this in itse...

May 31, 2017

Dude. Be nice.

March 9, 2017

Bay Port hosts District 4 DECA Competition

January 18, 2017

Bay Port Mock Trial Team Prepares to Take on the Gavel

December 5, 2016

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Morale In The Water

Morale In The Water

Nick Pharis

Senior year is always a time for celebration, pats on the back, worries about the future, and generally a time to kick back and relax before college comes at the end of the...

December 8, 2016No Comments

Years of coaching in jeopardy of being wasted

Ryan Georgia

The future of Bay Port Bowling may be in jeopardy. It is not because of not having a facility to use, nor is it because of not having enough players to make a team. This is...

December 6, 2016No Comments

Pirate hockey embraces young talent

Pirate hockey embraces young talent

Nate Kroll

The Pirates hockey team will be one of the youngest in the FRCC this year, but still has great potential to win the conference championship. Bay Port hockey will be a tough team to face...

December 6, 2016No Comments

  • Girls basketball is starting soon December 6, 2016
  • Track Opening Competition May 5, 2016

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Coffee and Conversations: Stelth Ulvang and Nick Jaina (Ep. 2)

Ta'Leah Van Sistine

Stelth Ulvang questions and responses: What drew you to this opportunity to perform at Bay Port? Have you performed at other schools before? I was connected ...

June 7, 2017No Comments

Coffee and Conversations: Denise Sweet (Ep. 1)

Ta'Leah Van Sistine, Whitney Fuller, and Lea Kopke

After listening to Denise Sweet speak to our IB English class, we were curious to learn more of her opinions, and hoped that she could answer the questions that we pondered after he...

May 3, 2017No Comments

A Producer’s purpose to make you emotional

A Producer’s purpose to make you emotional

Cara Gabriel, Editor

For anyone with a pet, anyone who loves animals, or anyone who wants to shed a tear, A Dog’s Purpose is a must see. Get ready for love, pain and lots of laughter that mak...

April 25, 2017No Comments

Gibbard plays the Pabst

February 15, 2017

A Time To Make The Horror Come Alive

A Time To Make The Horror Come Alive

December 5, 2016

Music to the ears

Music to the ears

May 5, 2016

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Student motivation was the goal of a dedicated teacher

Tepakung Yang, Editor

“Students need to challenge themselves in their academics because getting an “A” should not be the goal in school.” The words of Susan Erickson, teacher of Engl...

May 31, 2017No Comments

Art career is a leap of faith: Local artist Matt Bero in photos

Taz Smith

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February 9, 2017No Comments

Friday Night Shift

Friday Night Shift

Tyniqua Smith

Wisconsin Native Carolyn Kuether (Key-ther) and her husband UW Stevens-Point graduate Wyatt Kuether, both well-known in the film industry, opened up a program for youth in the foster care sy...

December 5, 2016No Comments

  • Big fish in a small pond December 5, 2016

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