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Track & Field Springs From Division 1 To Division 2

May 3, 2018 7:48pm | Molly Thomas

Track season 2018 is coming sooner and faster than one would think. This season is different than many others because our school track has switched from competing in division one to division two. This changes the game for NBW track and field.   “I like […]

Saint Patrick’s Day: Is it celebrated at NBW?

March 16, 2018 5:45pm | Lauryn Lieske

Have you been feeling unlucky recently? Well, Saint Patrick’s Day is approaching soon on March 17th, so be ready to indulge and share this newly found good fortune with your friends and family. Saint Patrick’s Day is actually a religious holiday, but it is now […]

The Boring Company Releases the Not So Boring Flamethrower

February 7, 2018 8:09pm | Connor McKenzie

A flamethrower is a weapon that sprays out burning fuel. There is two tanks that the user wears. The first tank is a flammable liquid and the second is pressurized gas. The fuel is carried through a hose into a gun by the pressurized gas […]

What is Bitcoin?

January 16, 2018 8:15pm | Nate Siegman

Bitcoin is the digital currency that spiked in worth during early January of 2017 and spiked even quicker in November of 2017. Since then it has been on the rise, now worth anywhere from about $12,000 to a little over $19,000 apiece, a far cry […]

2017 Hurricane Season Aftermath; Effect on Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the United States

January 15, 2018 8:29pm | Steven Hashek

HEALTH AND OTHER PROBLEMS IN PUERTO RICO LOIZA, PUERTO RICO (NBC) – Hurricane season is almost over for the Northern Hemisphere, but the troubles brought to citizens affected are not even close to over. After almost 2 months after the destructive hurricanes Irma and Maria […]

Recent North Korea News

December 14, 2017 8:53pm | Steven Hashek

THE LATEST MISSILE TEST SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA – According to a new study by the Washington Post, the latest successful test in the North Korean nuclear program was actually way more powerful than reported by media in both North and South Korea. The new study […]

NBW shows its skills

May 12, 2016 12:03pm |

SkillsUSA is one of the new clubs at NBW this year. With only six members, it is one of the smallest clubs in the school. It is speculated that this is mainly because very few know about the organization. SkillsUSA is “a structured program of […]

Forensics team ends 2016 season successfully

May 6, 2016 12:33pm | Scott Ziolecki

The forensics season came to a close along with spring break on April 2nd. The team had a successful season which garnered several medals and some first place titles throughout the competitions. A large portion of the team competed at the state meet that is […]

Prom 2016 preview: The magic has just begun

April 27, 2016 1:54pm |

Junior year. A year dedicated to college applications, ACT’s, and 2am nights due to AP classes. But the most overwhelming year of high school has a single night that makes it all worth it: prom. Interestingly enough, this year’s prom, hosted on April 30th, will […]

Get your float on!

April 27, 2016 12:29pm |

Floating on your back in a pool or bath doesn’t seem like anything special, but it can be made into an experience like no other. Thanks to the development of flotation tanks that started in 1954, we can seamlessly float for an extended period of […]