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Opinion: Lunch change not for the better

Opinion: Lunch change not for the better

Lily Turkowski, Writer September 21, 2022

In the past years at FHS, there have historically been three lunch periods during the school day. This year, the school cut it down to two lunch periods. This sudden change has caused controversy to rise...

Opinion: Two lunches better than three

Opinion: Two lunches better than three

Emersyn Sprague, Writer September 21, 2022

In years past, Fenton High has had three lunch periods, but recently this has changed. FHS now has only two lunch periods. Students say that having two lunches is better than having three. Some reasons...

Preparation for 2022 homecoming floats underway

Preparation for 2022 homecoming floats underway

Libby Pattan, Writer September 20, 2022

The students of Fenton High have anxiously awaited the tradition of building homecoming parade floats since the beginning of this school year, and now the time has come.  Fenton High includes the building...

Student section shows up week after week to support football team

Student section shows up week after week to support football team

Emmy Johnson, Editor September 16, 2022

For many, Friday night football games are a pinnacle part of being a high schooler. Maybe it’s the concession stands, hanging out with friends, the band and cheerleaders or the themes each game, but...

Applefest returns to normal in 2022

Applefest returns to normal in 2022

Ariana Papcun, Editor September 14, 2022

For the past two years, St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church’s Applefest Committee has had to alter the Applefest routine. In 2021, the church was held at a 1,000 person limit; despite this, the church...

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....

2022 beach playlist

2022 beach playlist

April Carr, Online Editor August 17, 2022

As summer 2022 is reaching its peak, beach days, boat rides, and late-night car rides are at an all time high. With these fun summer activities, people need a summer/beach playlist to enjoy while soaking...

Opinion: Chick-fil-A is not overrated

Opinion: Chick-fil-A is not overrated

Ariana Papcun, Writer August 3, 2022

Chick-fil-A has been around for years and numerous people have eaten there, but some might think it’s an overly-hyped fast food restaurant with the regular chicken sandwiches and chicken nuggets that...

Senior year bucket list

Senior year bucket list

April Carr, Online Editor July 20, 2022

Senior year is oftentimes viewed as one of the most exciting years of high school; it is the last year of high school and one of the last years before truly entering “adulthood.” However, it can also...

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...

Cross Country Camp at Sleeping Bear Dunes

Cross Country Camp at Sleeping Bear Dunes

Ariana Papcun, Writer June 8, 2022

Each summer, the cross country team holds a camp at Sleeping Bear Dunes. The camp this year will take place July 21-24 and has numerous activities planned for the athletes like bonfires, team bonding and...

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