In case you missed it

In case you missed it

Elizabeth Tibbe, Managing Editor
March 2, 2015
Filed under Briefs, News

In case you haven't been keeping up, this is your weekly update of what happened around Grand Haven. From game scores to community projects, make sure you stay on top of it.     Featured photo of the week: The Bucs wrestling competed at the Kellog center for state team finals.They fell to Anchor Bay 4...

Fish fry for Spain and Italy trip to be hosted at the Eagles Club

February 27, 2015
Filed under Briefs, News

The Eagles Club hosts a fish fry every Friday evening from 5 to 8 p.m. Tonight, Spanish teachers Josh Walters, Iliana Vasquez-Ochoa, and students signed up to go on a trip to Spain and Italy next spring break are serving the fish as a fundraiser. “It’s a great alternative fundraiser to a bake...

Update: man charged in Coast Guard attack

Update: man charged in Coast Guard attack

Elizabeth Tibbe, managing editor
February 8, 2015
Filed under Briefs, News, Top Stories

Updated as of  6:58 p.m Feb. 9. After the Feb. 8 attack on the Grand Haven Coast Guard station, 33 year old Matthew Krueger was charged for bomb threats and crashing his truck through the gates of the station. One day after he was arrested as a suspect for the attack, he appeared in an Ottaw...

Volunteer opportunities for National Honor Society students

Tressa Bathke, Senior Staff Writer
January 30, 2015
Filed under Briefs, News

For any National Honor Society members seeking volunteer opportunities, there are many available on the bulletin board outside advisor Angel Dean’s classroom, room 4111. The Lakeshore Assisted Living nursing homes are searching for volunteers to play games, do crafts, and other activities with the...

What is a FAFSA?

What is a FAFSA?

Aliyah Austin, Reporter
January 27, 2015
Filed under Briefs, News, Top Stories

FAFSA is a form that stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid. One must be filled out in order to receive financial aid for college. Counselor Douglas Klemm says if you want any assistance in paying for your college tuition, this is the way to do it. “College is a pretty expensive...

Winter weekend festivities

Adam Abraham, Senior Staff Writer
January 22, 2015
Filed under Briefs, Briefs, News

With Winterfest 2015 now upon us, there are dozens of activities taking place downtown this weekend. Here is an overview and description of the top 5 events for students to participate in. Friday, Jan. 23: Art Reception Located at the Tri-Cities Historical Museum Akeley Building from 6:30-8 p...

Freshman drowns in bayou

Freshman drowns in bayou

Elizabeth Tibbe, Managing Editor
January 13, 2015
Filed under Breaking News, Briefs, News

Updated as of 10:58 p.m Tuesday Earlier tonight, a post was made to the Grand Haven Informed Facebook page to get the word out of a freshman who had gone missing in Grand Haven township. Carter Dyke, 14, left to go to Wesco around 3:15 p.m and had not returned home hours later. A search party was...

New a cappella choir forms

New a cappella choir forms

Dallas Eslick, Entertainment Editor
December 15, 2014
Filed under Briefs, Entertainment

A new kind of choir began Dec. 4. Like any other choir, there was singing involved in the practice. However, this choir has more kinds of singing than the school based ones because its an a capella choir. “We will learn and sing music from today's pop tunes and classic hits from the last few...

Winter spirit week schedule

Winter spirit week schedule

Elizabeth Tibbe, Managing Editor
December 15, 2014
Filed under Briefs, Top Stories

Everybody is used to the homecoming and spring coming spirit weeks but student senate decided to send us off to holiday break in a more festive way. Here is the schedule for this year’s winter spirit week. Monday- Red and Green Since it’s habit to forget a Monday spirit day, this winter week...

Community caroling

Elizabeth Tibbe, Managing Editor
December 3, 2014
Filed under Briefs, News, Video

Despite the blistering cold last night, Bolt Park filled with melodies and smiles. Bucs’ Pride organized the first of many community caroling nights. While the majority of the carolers were choir students adding in their own creative harmonies, the event was open to the community. “It was good...

School Construction Plans

School Construction Plans

Emily Bruch, News Editor
November 20, 2014
Filed under Briefs, Briefs, News, Top Stories

Each year, students and staff in the music and athletic departments work hard and strive for excellence. Due to the growth of these programs, there is a need for expansion projects for their facilities. “We need more space,” principal Tracy Wilson said. “We have more art students involved in...

Vintage uniforms for sale

Vintage uniforms for sale

Aliyah Austin, Reporter
November 19, 2014
Filed under Briefs, Briefs, News, Sports

Cleaning one of the storage rooms yielded much more than expected. Recently, athletic director Scott Robertson unearthed vintage sports uniforms. "What I found was a lot of trash and a lot of really old uniforms that were never gonna be worn again," Robertson said. "So I took the trash out and ...

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