School Year in Review

Kameron Nuttal and Tallis Spalding
May 15, 2017 • 147 views
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This school year of 2016-17, Bingham High School has achieved so much. Many trials have been overcome to get where we are today. From football’s state championship to Academic Decathlon’s state championship, Bingham’s teams have been winning awards left and right, so much so that we were nominated for the...

Bingham Tryouts

Abby Anderson
May 15, 2017 • 170 views
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There has been a lot of controversy surrounding the issue of building multiple homeless shelters throughout Salt Lake County.  Because of protests by the residents of Sugarhouse and Draper, city and government officials have agreed to change the location and number of homeless shelters being built.   ...

The Truth about Steroids

Kelsey Heffernan
May 15, 2017 • 169 views
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On January 4th, 2017, my family got the worst news of our lives. My 24 year old cousin was found dead in his Panama City, Florida apartment. The biggest question we all faced was: “How does such a healthy person die so young?” But the answer was right in front of us. Steroid Abuse. We have all...

Mance Co.

Tallis Spalding
March 28, 2017 • 208 views
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Mance Co., short for Men’s Dance Company, is a group of about forty guys who enjoy dancing with their friends during their free time. The next Mance co performance will be during the May Dance Concert for Mrs. Terrell’s classes.   Brigham Tuatagaloa, the president of Mance Co, said that the purpose...

2017 Boys Basketball Season in Review

March 28, 2017 • 174 views
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In November 2016, Coach Jacob Schroeder held tryouts for the Bingham High School Boys Basketball team for the 2016-2017 season with one goal in mind: win the state championship. Bingham basketball, fresh off a championship season, felt they had what it took to repeat their run and take the title home...

The Telford Duo

Allie Oniki, Editor in Chief
March 28, 2017 • 140 views
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By the time toddlers turn three years old, most are starting to feed themselves. They can walk up and down the stairs with alternating feet. Those who are especially coordinated can bend over without falling. The Telford brothers were ice skating at three. Taylor, a senior, and Marcus, a freshman,...

Biography of Famous Players

Brooke Anderson, A&E Editor
January 31, 2017 • 309 views
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Cristiano Ronaldo: Cristiano Ronaldo is a Portuguese professional soccer player (or as they call it everywhere else, football player). He currently plays for the Real Madrid C.F. and Portugal National Football team and has helped capture the championships of many tournaments. According to Biography,...

POOR College Students

Abby Anderson
January 31, 2017 • 240 views
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College athletes work just as hard as a professional athletes; the only difference is they don’t receive any payment. One of the main issues colleges face when they consider paying their athletes, is where the money would come from to pay the athletes. ESPN pays the Bowl Championship Series $500...

The Wrangler National Finals Rodeo

Jessie Melton, Online Editor
January 31, 2017 • 280 views
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Garth Brooks caught the essence of rodeo life best in his song Rodeo: “Well it's bulls and blood, It's dust and mud, It's the roar of a Sunday crowd, It's the white in his knuckles, The gold in the buckle, He'll win the next go 'round…And they call the thing rodeo”. In the midst of pro leve...

Miner Football Team Goes Back on Top

Giancarlo Diotaiuti and Jessie Melton
November 24, 2016 • 377 views
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On November 18th, the Bingham Miners football team took home the state championship trophy with a score of 17-10, beating the Lone Peak Knights and completing their famed “Revenge Tour”. This championship is Bingham’s third in the past four years. The game started off slow for the Miners. Af...