The Bucs' Blade

Despite its intentions, technology is getting out of hand

Ben Pease, Reporter

February 5, 2020

Humans have always been motivated to advance and grow the functions of technology in our world. However, I believe it has come to the point where technology is advancing too fast in society today.   The beauty of human interaction is becoming lost in the classroom, city streets, restaurants and everywhere else. The exponential growth ...

Pay It Forward class hosts competition to raise mental health awareness

Pay It Forward class hosts competition to raise mental health awareness

Nick Rice, Reporter

December 18, 2019

The Pay It Forward class is hosting a "Wellness Rail Jam" on Wednesday, Dec. 18 at Mulligan's Hollow from 6-8 p.m. Lift tickets cost $5 and it is $10 to participate. All proceeds will be donated to a local organization to bring aid and awareness to mental illness.   For those who don't know, a rail jam is a fr...

Small Town Sandwich Shop goes beyond

Nick reviewing the  menu in the colorful shop.

Alexis Tater and Nick Rice

May 29, 2019

Lexi: Just over the bridge in Spring Lake, Small Town Sandwich Shop is a family-owned business that has been up and running since 2015. They are open every day from 11 a.m. to two p.m. It was satisfying to be able to walk into a place for once that was welcoming, along with containing a variety of differ...

Six simple ways to simmer down seasonal depression

Six simple ways to simmer down seasonal depression

Nick Rice, Reporter

November 28, 2018

Meditation. Many people process the word “meditation” as sitting on the floor criss-cross applesauce and chanting “om.” If that is how you do it, great. The good news is that is not the only way to meditate. Meditation is the simple act of thought watching. It works a lot like people watching. I...