The Bullseye

The Search for Acceptance
The Search for Acceptance
Cevin Montgomery, Bullseye Reporter • April 28, 2021

From left to right, Hunter Niemann, Keith Niemann, and Braden Niemann for a photo while in their firefighting gear. "When I was promoted to LT they came up as toddlers, they were playing on the hosebed of my engine when a first due house fire came out so we had to quickly heard them off the hosebed so we could get to the fire," Keith Niemann said. "Now that they are older they can come ride out and take part in training, it’s cool sharing the fun aspects of the job with them."
A (Fire)truck Load of Good Memories
Piper Pinnetti, Editor-In-Chief • April 21, 2021

From playing varsity football to lugging over forty pounds of firefighting gear and learning...

Robotics student Keaton Stwalley (10) shows Lindsay King his work during a 1st Block class as he codes a robot to run more autonomously on Monday, April 19. Robotics is just one of the hands on classes at the MCA that King strives to make more available for students of both Maize High and Maize South.
Advocating For Career Opportunities
Bridget Johnson, Bullseye Reporter • April 20, 2021

A childhood in California. A leap to the Air Force Academy in Colorado. A two year stay...

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