Day of Silence set for April 21

Isabel Bird, Reporter
April 20, 2017
Filed under Breaking News, News

What: The Day of Silence is a youth movement that brings awareness to the bullying that the LGBTQ community face across the nation. When: Friday, April 21, students can show their support and stand up for the LGBTQ community by wearing a special t-shirt and/or ribbon. How to get involv...

Four staff members reflect on Congressman’s town hall

Four staff members reflect on Congressman’s town hall

March 9, 2017
Filed under Breaking News, News, Top Stories, Video

Please note that the following opinions do not reflect the views or stances of the Bucs' Blade as a whole. Maddie Monroe - Reporter “If I was that much of a snowflake I wouldn’t be here.” One of the first statements made by Michigan representative Bill Huizenga at his town hall meeting on Mo...

Blade Blast Podcast 10-28

October 28, 2016
Filed under Breaking News, Sports, Uncategorized

Sports gurus Chris Hudson, Jack Reus and Sam Hankinson take on this week's college football schedule. https://soundcloud.com/user-333532779/blade-blat-oct-28

Football hosts GR Union in Bucs’ Pride purple game

Jack Reus, Reporter
October 21, 2016
Filed under Breaking News, Sports

t: “All of the hard work I’ve put into football in the offseason and everything, it kinda sucks that this is gonna be the last time I get to put the pads on” Senior Adrian Nelson

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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...

Early morning power outage questions answered

Early morning power outage questions answered

Maddie Brockmyre, Reporter
November 13, 2015
Filed under Breaking News, News, Top Stories

Around 9:00 a.m. today classrooms burst with an uproar as the lights and electricity go out. They flicker a few times and finally extinguish. Soon after, teachers gather in the halls to figure out what happened and students are left in their classrooms with little information given to them. Director of ...

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...

Senior parking closing

Senior parking closing

Connor Weber, Reporter
November 4, 2014
Filed under Breaking News, Briefs, News

The parking lot will  look quite different starting Wednesday Nov. 5. With the beginning of our performing arts and athletic facility expansion projects, much of the student drop off lane, and a section of parking lot directly in front of the athletic entrance will be fenced off for the duration of...

Farley resigns to take job in Georgia

Adam Abraham and Brianna Moynihan
May 23, 2014
Filed under Breaking News, News, Sports

Farley held a team meeting this morning that was expected to be about summer schedules. However, players were shocked when Farley announced his resignation.

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Class of 2014: Senior wills

Senior Edition Staff
May 21, 2014
Filed under Breaking News, Feature, Uncategorized

“I will my loud voice and student section leading to Kevin Swain.” -Chris Semrinec “I will my Orchestra copying duties to Taylor Hodges.” and “I will my band friends back to my brother, Mitchell McGinnis.” -Molly McGinnis “I will the continuance of my soccer championships to Christian Dault...

Boys lacrosse nets win over Spring Lake

March 28, 2014
Filed under Breaking News, Briefs, News, Sports

By Adam Abraham/Reporter What Happened: After having their first three games cancelled due  to weather, the  boys lacrosse team was ready to start their season off right against visiting Spring Lake. Despite the freezing temperatures, the Bucs came out hot with four straight goals. Their defense h...

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