January 17 2020

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  1. BCAT's Own Mike Duval Buzzing In On Jeopardy

    Recently one of the Production Coordinators here at BCAT appeared on the long-running game show Jeopardy. BNEWS reporter, Madi Shipka, attended the screening of the episode he appeared on at BCAT, interviewed people in attendance, and caught up with the trivia master himself. . .

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  4. This Week's Sports Report with Phil Arcaro

    Catch up on all the Red Devil action with this week's Sports Report with Phil Arcaro:

  5. BNEWS Sports: Thanksgiving Game Recap, Highlight and Team Reaction

    The fall sports season has come to a close but we have one last report before focusing on the winter offerings. BNEWS Sports Reporter Phil Arcaro has a rundown of the Red Devils Football team’s annual Thanksgiving game with Lexington. 

  6. BHS Guidance Dept: Saving for College

    On March 24, 2016, the counselors of the Burlington High School Guidance Department held a saving for college informational seminar for parents of BHS students. Below, you can watch the seminar in its entirety if you weren't able to make it that night.

  7. Teen Voice: The Debate on Gun Control

     BNEWS Director Rich Hosford hosts a round table discussion with high school students from Burlington and the surrounding area to get a look at the issue of gun control from the perspective of the teenage community.

  8. Kids Get Hands-On Building Lessons at Robotics Camp

    Some Burlington kids got a chance for some hands-on learning over the summer. BNEWS Director Rich Hosford and BNEWS volunteer Shannon Carey have this report on the robotics club. 

  9. BCAT Walks the Red Carpet for Award Night

    BCAT's 28th Annual Meeting & Appreciation Night was held last Monday, May 4th at Heritage Park Baptist Church. The event serves as a way to honor all the volunteers who dedicate their time and talents to helping out with BCAT's array of programming.

  10. BHS DevilBotz On the Road to World Championship

    FIRST Robotics is an international organization designed to get young students interested and involved in the fields of science and technology. One of its programs is a robotics competition for high school students, and this year, Burlington High School put together a very successful team.

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