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Keep your Eyes and Ears on the Road

Texting and driving is one of the biggest causes of accidents today. Put teenagers in the mix and you've just created a disaster. No parent wants to get a phone call saying something bad happened to their child...

Picture Perfect Prom

This year’s prom was held from 7-11pm at the Grand Ledge Opera House. The prom committee worked vigorously to present the 2017 dance. The theme was Red Carpet and tickets were sold for $40 until the 24th, as th...

Talent Show of 2017

The annual high school and middle school talent show was performed yesterday, Wednesday, April 26th. The show included eight remarkable acts of musical, vocal, and rhythmic talent. The student based audience wa...

NAHS: ARTISTIC ADVENTURING

The NAHS, known as the National Art Honor Society, has had a pretty productive year with their various projects throughout the years of 2016 to 2017.   “I think going to Art Prize was the greatest t...

Ovid-Elsie, Technology Terminated

There has been quite a bit of drama caused this year due to the phone ban. Though students are highly upset by the new rule principal Jason Tokar believes that the ban on cell phones helps students focus more o...

One Last Spring Break, Make it Count

Just like that, spring break came and went, which means the school year is almost over once again. Like every year, a lot of students went to different places for the week, whereas others stayed home. Quite a f...

A Striking Change Throughout the Season

According to junior Aniston Niederquell, the junior varsity boys and girls bowling team’s secret to having a successful season is great sportsmanship and encouraging teammates. “Everyone worked together and ...

Eat. Sleep. Cheer. Repeat.

Starting the season off a little rough due to the loss of 8 key competitors, the Varsity competitive Cheer team came back strong and finished off the season at Districts. “It was pretty good this year,” seni...