Student thinks the stress is too much

October 13, 2011 • KeKe, Advice Columnist  
Filed under Opinion

As your Sugar Beet advice reporter, you can count on me to go to a qualified counselor every week with your questions for reliable advice Dear Keke, I feel like school is just too much. It is so overwhelming and sometimes I feel like just dropping out due to all of the stress. Any advice? Signed Stressed... Read more »

Golf State Bound

Golf State Bound

October 13, 2011  
Filed under Sports, Sports, Sports Center

By Jacob Law SUGAR BEET What started out as a brutally cold morning, turned into a gloriously sunny, and successful day for the Lady Buffs golf team. The girls participated in their Class 6A Regional tournament this Monday, here in Garden City at Southwind Golf Club. The team last hosted Regionals, in... Read more »

Bernadine Sitts leaves a legacy

Bernadine Sitts leaves a legacy

October 12, 2011 • Chelsea Jackson, Staff Writer  
Filed under News

At 97 years old, Bernadine Sitts was still a huge education icon in Garden City. After teaching for 47 years, Sitts had well earned the honor of a Garden City Intermediate Center being named after her. In 1997, the newest addition to the Garden City Public School System would be Bernadine Sitts Intermediate... Read more »

Volleyball goes 2 and 3 at Derby

Volleyball goes 2 and 3 at Derby

October 12, 2011 • Kayla Doll, Writer  
Filed under Sports, Sports Center

The Lady Buffs went at it again on Saturday in Derby, Kansas as they competed in the Derby Invitational.  They played five matches throughout the day against Maize South, Wichita Heights, Wichita East, Wichita South, and Wichita West. The day started off a little slow as the Buffs fell to both Maize... Read more »

“Dig Pink” brings in a crowd

"Dig Pink" brings in a crowd

October 12, 2011 • Abbey Campbell, Writer  
Filed under Sports

Last Thursday night was the annual “Dig Pink” night for the Garden City High School volleyball team and with it being all for breast cancer awareness there was definitely no holding back for the students. Not to mention it was also Senior Night. “The best part is the fact that students can support... Read more »

Lady Buffs qualify two for state tournament

Lady Buffs qualify two for state tournament

October 12, 2011 • Evan Riggs, Sports Editor  
Filed under Sports, Sports, Sports Center

On Monday, the Lady Buffs hosted the 6A regional tournament. The number one doubles team of senior Mattie Silva and freshman Claire Schmidt got the number 6 seed heading into the tournament. Silva and Schmidt defeated Venegas and Perez, of Haysville Campus, 6-0, 6-3. In their second match they defeated... Read more »

GCHS students performing at Army Bowl

GCHS students performing at Army Bowl

October 12, 2011 • Kayla Doll, Writer  
Filed under Featured A&E

It was quite an exciting day at Garden City High School on Monday, October 10 for many people.  As multiple students gathered and took a seat in the auditorium that afternoon, seniors Wyatt Smith and Karla Herrera were up on stage ready to be recognized for the great honor they had been awarded. Smith... Read more »

TCU a good addition for Big 12

October 12, 2011 • Frank Angel, Staff Writer  
Filed under Opinion

With the Pac-12 Conference closing its doors on expansion to Texas, Texas Tech, Oklahoma, and Oklahoma State, and no other conferences seeming to be interested, the Big 12 has been forced to work things out. The conference may now have a way to make this easier. On Monday, October 10, 2011, Texas Christian... Read more »

Run for a cause: Laura K kicks off Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 7, 2011 • Chelsea Jackson, Writer  
Filed under News

With October beginning, Breast Cancer Awareness has become a popular topic. For sports fans, this means their favorite football teams are getting out the pink gloves and cleats. For runners, this means it’s a great time to run for a good cause. On October 1, 2011, the Leave a Legacy run was hosted... Read more »

Troy Davis trial shows weakness in American justice system

October 5, 2011  
Filed under Opinion

On Septemeber 21, 2011, Troy Davis was executed in the state of Georgia on a count of capital murder. Despite being found guilty on the case, there has been suspicion that the jury was not 100% convinced that Davis was actually guilty of the crime. To me, this is a huge deal. I recall learning in my... Read more »

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