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New music to come this November

New music to come this November

Gabi Nadeau, Reporter November 8, 2019

November is a month filled with new music. The rap scene is about to gain potential bangers with six new album releases, EPs (extended play) and singles.  November 1st Earl Sweatshirt, Feet of clay Second...

Junior doubles player Tyler De Gram and his partner await an opposing serve. Doubles has been the weakness for the Bucs this year and poor health did not help their cause.

Injured tennis squad falls to East Kentwood

Macayla Cramer, Reporter September 17, 2019

WHAT HAPPENED Last night, the varsity boys tennis team hosted a conference match against East Kentwood. Although the Bucs performed well, the recent illnesses and injuries left Grand Haven at a loss...

A Step into Drawing 1

A Step Into Drawing 1

Mercedes Mancilla, Reporter October 26, 2018

Jan. 9 Town Hall on Suicide updates community on state of mental health

Jan. 9 Town Hall on Suicide updates community on state of mental health

Aliyah Austin, Reporter January 13, 2017

Non-profit social lab Extended Grace hosted a Town Hall meeting on suicide on Monday, Jan. 9 at the Community Center. This was the fourth Town Hall on Mental Illness. “Last year, the community was...

Regional tournament to determine future for Science Olympiad team

Micala Carpenter, Reporter March 18, 2016

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...

Boyne Mountain is hosting its carnival weekend. This is one of the many events happening March 19 and March 20.

5 things to do this weekend

Here are some events to stay active as spring approaches
Connor Weber, Senior Staff Writer March 18, 2016

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...

Sophomore Alexandra Holt holds a trophy in front of the team robot. They placed fourth in the district competition.

Robotics team places fourth in district event

Alexis VanSingel, News Editor March 16, 2016

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...

5 things to do this weekend

Here are fun events happening this weekend that will keep you active
Connor Weber, Senior Staff Writer February 19, 2016

Fire up the student section this Friday as the boys and girls basketball teams battle rivals from Rockford High School on the road. The girls will tip-off at 6 p.m. followed by the boys at 7:45 p.m. Take...

Grand Haven Area Community Foundation offers scholarships to seniors

Megan Kostner, Reporter February 5, 2016

Grand Haven Area Community Foundation is a charitable body that unites with many donors who have created Scholarship Funds to support students in our community. “We are very, very fortunate in our...

24-hour basketball game proceeds go to mental health campaign

Maddie Brockmyre, Co-editor in chief January 29, 2016

Over Thanksgiving break, the boys basketball program hosted their first ever 24-hour basketball fundraiser at Lakeshore Middle School. According to varsity boys coach and physical education teacher...

School to host CPR training

Emily Bruch, News Editor January 14, 2016

A cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training course will be offered to students on Saturday, Jan. 16 from 9 a.m. to noon. For just $20, participants can become CPR certified in the Large Group Instruction...

Students to host dodgeball tournament for charity

Megan Kostner, Reporter December 2, 2015

A dodgeball tournament will be held in the fieldhouse on Sunday, Jan. 10 from 4:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. The Pay It Forward group is hosting the event to benefit the People Center in Spring Lake. Anyone in the...

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