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Snowfall Is Near But Not Here

Snowfall Is Near But Not Here

Troy Blake November 10, 2022

Unless you have been living under a rock you would know that we pretty much skipped fall because everywhere surrounding us has been getting lots of snow.  For example, Spokane which got lots of snow last...

Veterans Day

Veterans Day

Vanessa Ortega November 10, 2022

Veterans Day is a federal holiday in the United States observed annually on November 11, for honoring military veterans of the United States Armed Forces. Veterans Day honors all of those who have served...

Deadly Hurricane Ian Hits Florida

Deadly Hurricane Ian Hits Florida

Thalia Vasquez October 12, 2022

Hurricane Ian has caused massive pain in Florida.  This was one of the deadliest hurricanes since 1935, many victims drowned. On September 27 , Thursday afternoon rescue crews piloted boats and went through...

Jupiter Comes Close To Earth

Jupiter Comes Close To Earth

Bryce Armstrong September 28, 2022

As of September 26, 2022 Jupiter came the closest to earth that is has in around 59 years being only 367 Million miles.  Much closer than when compared to its 601 Million Miles at its Farthest. While...

Seattle Seahawks Hold It Down In Season Opener

Seattle Seahawks Hold It Down In Season Opener

Luis Lopez September 14, 2022

It might have taken ten seasons, but it looks like Geno Smith finally unlocked his potential. The veteran quarterback led the Seattle Seahawks to a 17-16 win over the Denver Broncos in a 2022 season opener...

Toxic Algae East of Tri-Cities in the Burbank Area

Toxic Algae East of Tri-Cities in the Burbank Area

Staff September 14, 2022

Areas of the McNary National Wildlife refuge remain closed due to toxic algae being discovered in the Burbank area. Repeating studies show elevated levels of algae which is cyanobacteria, cyanobacteria...

April Snow

Shaelynn Kennedy April 18, 2022

Last week, snow was coming down all over the Tri-Cities. By 8 am there was about an inch of snow on the ground. Then by mid morning there was about 2 inches of snow. The snow storm set a new Tri-Cities...

New Students At Burbank

New Students At Burbank

Shaelynn Kennedy December 8, 2021

Burbank got two new students in just a couple weeks, Quincy Scott who is a freshman and Braxton Couch also a freshman. Quincy went to elementary school out here for K, 1st and 2nd grade, then he moved...

Scholarships for Seniors

Scholarships for Seniors

Seniors are you looking for scholarships? Burbank seniors, here is an option for you, click in this link down below. On the website, you can create a profile for free and they will match you with scholarships...

Veterans Day

Veteran’s Day

Shayley Larson November 10, 2021

This Thursday, November 11 we don't have school. Do you know the reason why we don't have school though? It's because we are celebrating and observing Veteran's Day. We get the day off of school because...

Holiday Season is Approaching

Holiday Season is Approaching

October is came to an end which means Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and The New Year is going to be here before we know it. Stores are already selling Christmas decor and its November. Halloween...

October Is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October Is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Lizeth Morales-Ramirez October 6, 2021

BCAM (Breast Cancer Awareness Month) is an annual international health campaign organized by major breast cancer charities every October to increase awareness of the disease and to raise funds for research...

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