Annual Light Night will showcase shops’ holiday window displays

Annual Light Night will showcase shops’ holiday window displays

Isabel Bird and Abigail Holman
November 17, 2016
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What: The streets of downtown Grand Haven will be filled with bubbly smiles and Christmas cheer as the town prepares for the holiday season. Light Night is an event started by Grand Haven’s Main Street promotions committee. It allows stores to host their own holiday open houses and show off their decorat...

Students donate blood at annual drive

Students donate blood at annual drive

Kelly Klouw, Reporter
November 13, 2016
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For many, donating blood is something that’s not really thought of as a big deal. However, for some people, such as ones that have been in a car accident, cancer patients, or burn victims, blood donations can be the savior in a life or death situation. The first out of the three blood drives that...

Experts from local colleges help students at FAFSA workshop

Experts from local colleges help students at FAFSA workshop

Maddie Monroe, Reporter
November 13, 2016
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Experts from numerous local colleges came to help students and parents fill out the Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The workshop was held in from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday Nov. 9. Reps came from colleges like Grand Valley and Hope to help students fill explain to parents wh...

Showing up for November

Showing up for November

Sarah Sanders, Reporter
November 1, 2016
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Principal, Tracy Wilson invited author, David Staal to host a luncheon with 45 students in various leadership positions. Staal came to talk about his new book entitled Show Up on Oct. 19. Over the summer, Staal sent Wilson a copy of his new book. She saw it as a great opportunity to share with st...

EQUESTRIAN TEAM AIMS FOR ANOTHER TITLE

Anna Ackerman, Reporter
October 14, 2016
Filed under Breaking News, Briefs, Sports

What: Seven riders, four days, countless hours and only one team can come out on top.  This weekend, the equestrian team will compete in class B hoping for a second straight state title. They will face strong competition from Traverse City St. Francis , Gull Lake and Berrien Springs.  For seniors Rya...

New Staff Member: Jason Tester

New Staff Member:  Jason Tester

Chris Hudson, Business Manager
September 20, 2016
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Where are you from? Originally, I grew up in Muskegon. Went to Muskegon Catholic Central, graduated from there a long time ago, class of ‘91. Went to Grand Valley, graduated from there and then moved to Grand Rapids and then spent the past 10 years down in Georgia.   What’s your fav...

New bell system brings options to students

New bell system brings options to students

Alexis VanSingel, News Editor
September 8, 2016
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A new sound is flooding the hallways at the start and end of classes each day. Recently, the bells underwent a change, switching from an old analog style to a modern computerized system. Although many are surprised by this, Grand Haven High School was not the first in the district to update their ...

GHTV short film contest

Sarah Jane Chrysler, Arts Editor
May 6, 2016
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GHTV is putting on a short film competition from May 2 through the 20th. Students are invited to film two or three minute video about a day in their life. “There is no requirement for what will be in the video other than it is school appropriate and is shot horizontally,” GHTV VP Dale Kruithoff ...

Robotics team places 11th in world championship

Robotics team places 11th in world championship

Micala Carpenter, Reporter
May 4, 2016
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The FIRST Robotics team came in first in their division in the World Championship this past week. They placed 11th out of 76 teams after travelling to St. Louis Missouri for the first time after six years of attempts. In order to make it to the FIRST Championship, they had to do well enough in the Mi...

Regional tournament to determine future for Science Olympiad team

Micala Carpenter, Reporter
March 18, 2016
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The Science Olympiad team will compete in the regional tournament this weekend at Grand Valley State University. If the team places in one of the top 10 spots, the members get to move on to the state event which is held at Michigan State University on April 30. “At States you are at a level where it get...

5 things to do this weekend

5 things to do this weekend

Connor Weber, Senior Staff Writer
March 18, 2016
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Break out the boards and skis one last time during Boyne Mountain’s carnival weekend. Featuring open skiing, costume contests, a slush pond and countless other activities this Friday through Sunday. MC Chris will be featured at The Intersection this Friday at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15. Other performing...

Robotics team places fourth in district event

Robotics team places fourth in district event

Alexis VanSingel, Reporter
March 16, 2016
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Over the weekend, the robotics team placed fourth overall in the St. Joe FIRST Robotics District Competition. The members of Buc N’ Gears made it to the semifinals but lost. They also won the industrial safety award for their careful consideration of all the regulations. The team has been working f...

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