The Bucs' Blade

A student gets her temperature checked amidst the rise and fall of COVID-19 cases.
Community still feels need for precautions despite decrease in cases
Sydney Kroll, Reporter • March 11, 2022

We are all familiar with the smell of urgent cares and the feeling of COVID-19 tests tickling your sinuses. Overhearing your peers and local...

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People should continue to wear masks in school until COVID-19 is under control
People should continue to wear masks in school until COVID-19 is under control
Addy Vargo, Reporter • March 11, 2022

Take a gander down the halls. The students walking down them wear disposable masks, blue and pink alike, or cloth ones, be it in black or...

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TESTING: All spring sport athletes must complete weekly COVID-19 testing.
Spring sports to hold COVID-19 weekly testing
Natalie Dupuis, Assigning Editor • March 31, 2021

All spring sports are now required to have COVID-19 testing done every Sunday starting Apr. 11. Different sports will have a certain time to...

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Homecoming 2022
Homecoming 2022
Jordan Colón, Photojournalist • September 22, 2022

      Homecoming is next week. People have bought their dresses and are preparing...

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One of the small Hobbit door crafts that was constructed by a Tolkien fan Monday night.
Loutit Library hosts Hobbit door craft activity
Kassity Perrault, Reporter • September 21, 2022

Loutit Library hosted the hobbit door craft yesterday afternoon. Participants built a door using miniature...

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Students begin rehearsing for fall musical Singin in the Rain
Students begin rehearsing for fall musical "Singin' in the Rain"
Alexandra Bakker September 21, 2022

The Grand Haven High School theater department is preparing for their fall production of “Singin’...

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Senior Sammy Ritter picks out handbags at local Goodwill.
Old made new again
Violet Kemperman, Reporter • May 25, 2022

Thrifted clothing has become a lot more popular amongst teens, but you don’t usually hear of the students...

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Senior, Cambelle Cleveland, puts on an impeccable performance of Juliet.
Q&A With Cambelle Cleveland
Lei Murphy, Reporter • May 24, 2022

Senior, Campbell Cleveland, who you might know as Juliet Capulet in our last school play, has been doing...

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AT THE BOARD: a community member addressed the board of education on May 9 about inappropriate material.
Clash over library content continues
Addy Vargo, Reporter • May 24, 2022

Written language was invented roughly five and a half thousand years ago, the first book written somewhere...

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Doctor Strange Satisfies
Sydney Kroll, Reporter • May 25, 2022

*Spoiler Warning Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. The long-awaited continuation of Doctor Strange’s story is finally here....

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Morbius lacks flow
Sydney Kroll, Reporter • May 25, 2022

*Spoiler Warning* The word “mid” might have been a term you saw floating around the internet when Marvel’s Morbius was released in early...

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Advice From a Suicide Survivor
Lei Murphy, Reporter • May 24, 2022

I’ve always struggled with my mental health. I didn’t get professionally diagnosed with mental illnesses until I was older, but looking back...

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Junior Maddie Schopf tees off at practice this past Monday.
Girls golf struggles early in season
Annabelle Waterman, Reporter • September 23, 2022

What’s Happening: The girls' varsity golf team is off to a struggling start. The team is ranked 150...

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Swimmers off to a fast start
Swimmers off to a fast start
Berkley Samdal, Reporter • September 21, 2022

What Happened in Last Week's Meet: The Bucs beat East Kentwood with a score of 190-112   What...

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The boys cross country team share a hug before running in the O-K Red conference meet in 2021. Norder and Clark are off to a great start this year, both running personal best times at the MSU meet.
Boys cross country off to hot start
Sage Jarmosco, Reporter • September 20, 2022

WHAT HAPPENED: The boys cross country team, currently ranked at fourth in the state and first in region,...

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