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Best locations for holiday shopping in Fenton

Best locations for holiday shopping in Fenton

Libby Pattan, Writer November 28, 2022

With the Christmas season rapidly approaching, many people are in need of clever gift ideas. Gift giving can be hard because there are many factors one needs to consider, such as prices, what is in trend...

The history behind Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

The history behind Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

Sophie Collins, Writer November 21, 2022

Every Thanksgiving, news stations will be playing the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. It's been a tradition for many families across the country to watch it or at least have it on their television. The...

What to expect on midterm local ballot

What to expect on midterm local ballot

Sylvia Kline, Writer November 3, 2022

With midterm elections rapidly approaching, those that are eligible to vote should conduct personal research to ensure that they are making informed decisions and utilizing their democratic power to promote...

Retired FHS teacher runs for Board of Education

Retired FHS teacher runs for Board of Education

Lily Turkowski, Writer November 2, 2022

The Fenton Area Public Schools (FAPS) Board of Education (BOE) is currently looking to fill three open seats. Elections will take place on Nov. 8 and the community will be able to vote for three out of...

1956 FHS graduate gives away scholarships

1956 FHS graduate gives away scholarships

Ariana Papcun, Editor November 1, 2022

FHS 1956 Alumnus Donald Shepherd has dedicated 44 years of his life to donating scholarships to Fenton students who plan to attend University of Michigan (U of M). On Sept. 22, he came to Fenton High to...

Drug use amongst high school students on the rise

Drug use amongst high school students on the rise

Libby Pattan, Writer October 25, 2022

Drug use— a trend that has been around for decades— is on the rise yet again. As substances such as marijuana become more popular among adolescents, it is no longer shocking to see an underage person...

Trolley service making stops in Fenton

Trolley service making stops in Fenton

Ariana Papcun, Editor October 20, 2022

The Fenton Trolley, provided by the Mass Transportation Authority (MTA), takes visitors and residents across Fenton and surrounding areas.  The trolley service started in mid-September, during the St....

The history of Sweetest Day

The history of Sweetest Day

April Carr, Writer October 14, 2022

Dating back to 1922, Sweetest Day has been celebrated on the third Saturday of October. This year, that puts Sweetest Day on Oct. 15.  Although it is a well-known day, it is not an official holiday and...

13th Annual Volley for a Cure event honors one of their own

13th Annual Volley for a Cure event honors one of their own

Staff September 13, 2022

The 13th annual Volley for a Cure event is set to take place on Sept. 20 at 5 p.m. in the Main Gym. Proceeds from this year’s event will be donated to Fenton community member and FHS parent Colette Buzo....

The evolution of Uncle Ray’s

The evolution of Uncle Ray’s

April Carr, Online Editor July 6, 2022

Uncle Ray’s Dairyland has been a Fenton hometown favorite since March 15, 1978; when their first store was opened on 1032 North Leroy Street by Ray Durant, a high school industrial arts teacher who had...

A Father’s Day gift guide

A Father’s Day gift guide

Ariana Papcun, Writer June 22, 2022

Father’s Day is coming up on June 19 and is a holiday dedicated to appreciating your dad and making sure he has a good day. However, dads are sometimes hard to buy for. Below is a list of ideas on what...

What the FHS staff will miss most about the Class of 2022

What the FHS staff will miss most about the Class of 2022

Bree Soule, Online Editor-in-Chief May 12, 2022

As the FHS Class of 2022 prepares to join the Fenton alumni, they are leaving behind a legacy at the school. The Fenton High staff has gotten to know the senior class over the past four years, and have...

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