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Hurley Health Care hosts career day

Hurley Health Care hosts career day

Lydia Poldesak, Writer

April 19, 2018


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Students looking to go into the medical field or related fields can now get a glimpse attending Health Care Career Day offered through Hurley’s Medical Center (HMC). “There are opportunities for all types of students at Hurley,” Director of Volunteer Services Jordan Liechti said. “I know that...

Fenton Community Bass Club searches for new members

Fenton Community Bass Club searches for new members

Gracie Warda, Online Editor

April 18, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase, Sports

Casting his line into the water, senior Lars Angel waits for a nibble on his line as a member of the Fenton Community Youth Bass Fishing Club. Coach Brett Straffon began the club in 2016 for those students with a passion for fishing. “We meet every month to talk about fishing and we also do tour...

The Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit “Star Wars And The Power of The Costume” Is Coming To the DIA

The Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit “Star Wars And The Power of The Costume” Is Coming To the DIA

Nick Megdanoff, Writer

April 17, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Star Wars, an element of pop culture that began in 1977 with the release of the first of many movies, is bringing a whole new universe to the world stage. This new universe came to life with a variety of special effects that show the different cultures and inhabitants of this universe through the smallest...

Fenton community center hosts zumba classes

Fenton community center hosts zumba classes

Lily Tiong, Writer

April 16, 2018


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“I don’t want to go to the gym today,” an individual may say as they lay in bed. However, more workout options than just the gym are available. Every Monday and Wednesday, hour long sessions of zumba are held at the community center. Zumba is an aerobic fitness program/class that incorporates dance...

Titanium Tigers head to States at Saginaw Valley State University

Titanium Tigers head to States at Saginaw Valley State University

Jillian Ferry, Assistant Editor in Chief

April 9, 2018


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Hearing their team name called, the Titanium Tigers become just for joy when they found out that that won first during their District competition in Gaylord. On March 17 the team took home first and a creativity award at the district event, a first for the team. “I was ecstatic,” robotics mentor Louis...

Eighth graders participate in an interactive career planning activity

Eighth graders participate in an interactive career planning activity

Taron Masi, Writer

April 5, 2018


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The eighth graders of Andrew G. Schmidt. middle school have finished planning their “life” in the school's annual Reality Store. The Reality Store is an activity for eighth grade students to explore financial planning, goal setting, decision making and career planning. Students identify their own...

Key Club celebrates National Day of Happiness at Maple Place AFC senior home

Hannah Young, Writer

March 23, 2018


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Key Club members gave back to Maple Place AFC and to the community on March 20 when they visited the elderly residents. They went to the home to celebrate with the seniors on the National Day of Happiness and to bring them joy. “We are volunteering at Maple Place AFC on International Day of Happiness ...

Lifesmarts students get the opportunity to travel to San Diego

Lifesmarts students get the opportunity to travel to San Diego

Taron Masi, Writer

March 22, 2018


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Four Fenton students are getting the chance to travel to California, after taking the ultimate consumer challenge: the LifeSmarts test. The Fenton LifeSmarts team, consisting of seniors Luke Lynch, Matt Caliguri and junior Nick Okopien participated in a competitive program that teaches high schoolers...

The introduction of “McKennaSquad Beauty Bar”

The introduction of “McKennaSquad Beauty Bar”

Sydney Bommersbach, Writer

March 16, 2018


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Applying false eyelashes and bold, bright colored lipsticks is how Mckenna Shummer made the time fly during her visits at the Children’s Hospital of Michigan. For 20 months, she fought Osteosarcoma, a kind of bone cancer and lost the battle on March 6. Mckenna is leaving an immense legacy through “The...

Administration considers a “senior only” prom next year

Administration considers a “senior only” prom next year

Regina Pauly, Writer

March 14, 2018


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As the sophomores, who will soon be juniors, watch the upperclassmen get ready for prom they may begin to feel left out. There has been talk of a senior only prom next year, a final decision has not been made yet because it is still in the debating process. “The biggest reason we are doing an all...

The Laundry restaurant replaces plastic straws

The Laundry restaurant replaces plastic straws

Sydney Bommersbach, Writer

March 12, 2018


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In the USA alone 500 million straws are used every single day, which is enough to fill over 125 school buses, according to the National Park Service. Disposable straws are almost always made from plastic and never fully breaks down after being thrown away. This caused The Laundry restaurant to switc...

The Spring Fling dance replaces Snowcoming

The Spring Fling dance replaces Snowcoming

Nicholas Megdanoff, Writer

March 8, 2018


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A new dance is coming to Fenton High School, it has gone under many names and it bears a new name once again: The Spring Fling. The dance will be replacing the winter Snowcoming dance, taking place on March 24 in the spring instead. “It’s going to be a Spring Fling because it is happening later,”...