The Boardman Bugle

Celebrating 100 Years of Arts and Music

Ella Hare, Feature Writer

December 6, 2017


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Teachers and students are preparing for an after school activity scheduled on Jan. 20, 2018 to celebrate 100 years of the art and music courses. There will be an art showing, as well as musical performances.   “I had my design classes make linoleum prints of 100’s in their own style,” s...

Salem Movie Cinema brings back two Christmas films

Makenna Glaser, Copy Editor

December 4, 2017


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The Salem Twin Cinema is bringing back two classic Christmas movies on Dec. 13 and 16 to celebrate the upcoming holiday season. “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” will be shown exclusively on Wed. Dec. 14 at 7 p.m. and 7:15 p.m. In this PG-13 comedy, the Griswold family plans a "fun o...

Holiday Flavors Return to Local Businesses

Julia Bruno, Photographer

November 30, 2017


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There is more to the holidays than just decorating around the house and shopping for gifts. There are also many different Christmas flavors and scents at coffee shops, and stores. When the holidays come around Starbucks changes their packaging to red to get into the holiday spirit. Starbucks has many...

Pedestrian struck by car

Bekah Stamp, Managing Editor

November 27, 2017


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On Monday Nov 27 a woman named Dolores Snyder was hit by a van at 7 a.m. on Market Street. Snyder was 84 years old walking Southbound. The van that hit her was traveling Northbound. It happened right around Forest Lake Drive. A 65 year old man named William Heckman was driving the 1996 Chevrolet van. Police ...

Athletic Signing

Makenna Glaser, Copy Editor

November 20, 2017


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On Nov. 8 five athletes from the swimming and golf teams signed letters of intent in the gym hallway to solidify their future college plans. Cade Kreps, Kyle Kimmerer, Bryan Kordupel, Brian Terlesky and Jenna Vivo were the athletes that signed. Kyle Kimmerer is a swimmer and Terlesky, Creps and Kordup...

Upcoming movies look to attract people to theatres

Ashley Clark, Editor in Chief

November 17, 2017


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New movies this Nov. and Dec. look to bring many people to the box offices toward the end of this year. Movies such as "Thor: Ragnarok", "Murder on the Orient Express", "Daddy’s Home 2", "Olaf’s Frozen Adventure" and "Coco" seem to be some of the most anticipated Nov. movies. In Dec., "Star Wars: Th...

Quiz Bowl Fundraising

Quiz Bowl Fundraising

Liliana D'Andrea, news reporter

November 9, 2017


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On Nov. 13 and 14 the Quiz Bowl Team is fundraising  at Menchie’s from 12pm to 9pm to raise money for their state and national trips. Twenty percent of the purchases will be donated to the team. Last year Quiz Bowl team member Pranav Padmanabhan, team captain,  won Mahoning County player of the ...

Boardman Citizens head to the polls

Matthew Ellis, Entertainment Coordinator

November 9, 2017


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On Tuesday citizens went to the polls to vote on several issues as well as re-electing trustees and levies for local fire, police and education. The main ballot initiatives were Issue 1 a bill to expand crime victims rights was voted for overwhelmingly 84%-16%. Issue 2, a bill to provide drug pric...

Emerging Leaders Volunteering with Habitat For Humanity

Emerging Leaders Volunteering with Habitat For Humanity

Liliana D'Andrea, news reporter

November 9, 2017


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On Saturday, Emerging Leaders volunteered at Habitat for Humanity from 8 am to noon to help build a house on Erskine Avenue in Boardman. “It was a good experience for all of us and I’m grateful I was available to do it,” said junior Haley Lowe. The volunteers enjoyed their first experien...

Netflix raises prices and takes off shows

Bekah Stamp, Managing Editor

October 12, 2017


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Netflix will be raising prices for their premium and standard subscriptions the  account prices will change on October 19. Customers received a 30 day notice that the account prices would be going up on the next bill. The standard price will be going from $9.99 a month to $10.99 a month. The premium ...

Drum Night Performance

Gabi Pantaleo, Reporter

October 12, 2017


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On Monday, October 2, the drum line had their annual drum night in the gymnasium as a fundraiser for the band. The drumline had performances by Liberty, Austintown, McDonald, Western Reserve, and Youngstown State University, they all came together at the end to play the BSMB's cadence #2. Senior...

Center Intermediate partners with local agencies to fight child hunger

Center Intermediate partners with local agencies to fight child hunger

Jaden Karr, Copy Editor

May 26, 2017


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Many students in Boardman and across the country may not know where their next meal is coming from. There are some students that may only eat lunches and breakfast from the school cafeteria. That’s why Boardman Center Intermediate School, along with help from the Second Harvest Food Bank and the Board...

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