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High School Newspaper Wins Award

Local high school students are making a name for themselves in the student publication world. Bear River High School student paper, The Current, has been awarded a first place rating from the American Scholastic Press Association. According to adviser, Megan Ross, it’s the second time Bear River has earned the award.
Click here to listen to Megan Ross

Ross is proud of the work her students create.
Click here to listen to Megan Ross

Co Editor-in-Chief, Shelby Angus, says she like writing about the controversial issues. Her most memorable article was about a bus situation a few years ago.
Click here to listen to Shelby Angus

As a result of the article, administration changes the publishing policy requiring administrative approval before printing on School equipment.
Another Co-editor is Taylor Sinclair. She says the editors handle The Current’s  responsibilities prior to publication.
Click here to listen to Taylor Sinclair

Both co-editors and Megan Ross wanted to be sure senior editor Bailey Bernier also received recognition for her contributions to The Current’s Success.

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