Coach Erhardt: Wildcats saw shining moments despite loss

By Wren Murphy Despite several highlights from individual players, the Center-Stanton Wildcats couldn’t take down the Hazen Bison during their Tuesday, Dec. 21 game. The Wildcats have fought to overcome a small roster and lack of experience throughout the season. Without a junior varsity team, the younger players are forced to come head-to-head with experienced varsity players, Head Coach Drew […]

11-year-old starts own mealworm business

By Wren Murphy Walking into the Bauer family’s Zap home, one wouldn’t think too hard about the pink plastic drawers and smell of nuts in the air. At least, one wouldn’t until 11-year-old Kari Bauer dug her fingers into the drawers, bringing her hands—and dozens of mealworms—out with them. And the smell of nuts comes from more mealworms, this time […]

Benefit planned for BHS student battling cystic fibrosis

By Claudette Olivier For many students, participating in a sport is just one of the many fun things about high school, but for one local sophomore, it’s more than just a good time—it’s part of her health routine. Beulah High School student and school softball and volleyball team member Daviney Mckay said “I knew that staying as active as I […]

Christmas gift brings healing and joy

By Daniel Arens Just a couple months ago, one Hazen family suffered an extremely difficult loss. Now, during the Christmas season, new hope and joy have returned, thanks to the generosity of close friends and a community organization. On the morning of Christmas Eve, Pearl arrived at the home of Steve and Dana Santini. The Santinis surprised their children, Christian […]