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The Search for Acceptance

The Search for Acceptance

Cevin Montgomery, Bullseye Reporter
April 28, 2021
Junior Evan Cantu and Senior Garrett Huff show off their medals at the state powerlifting meet at Larned on Saturday, Feb. 6.  Huff took 1st place in bench, squat and clean and 1st overall in his weight class of 181 pounds.

Pumping Iron for Pleasure

Cevin Montgomery, Bullseye Staff Reporter
March 4, 2021
After dating for 20 months, Brandon and Alexus pose roof side in downtown Wichita. When Alexus did graduate in 2020, the pair actually grew closer.

“You Had Me At Ice Cream”

Piper Pinnetti, Bullseye Editor-in-Chief
February 13, 2021
Sara Lilly's miniature dachshund Portillo (Left), Xander Fenolgio's pitbull Riker (Middle), and Madeline McFall's Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Daphne (Right) were all adopted in the past six months during the Coronavirus pandemic. These little guys have kept their owners happy through even the toughest of times recently.

Finding Peace; Pets in the Pandemic

Ty Rains, Bullseye Web Editor and Reporter
December 22, 2020
On Friday, November 13, USD 266 district made the switch during a Board of Education to full remote learning. COVID-19 cases increased to over five per week for both high schools, causing the Kansas Department of Health and Education to list Maize and Maize South High as a COVID cluster in the Sedgwick County area. The district is expected to remain full remote until the end of December and into Christmas break.

COVID Clusters in the Community

Ty Rains, Bullseye Web Editor and Reporter
November 25, 2020
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