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Opinion: Rioting and acts of terrorism are not the answer

Lukas Zywicki, Sports Columnist

January 15, 2019

Every day there seems to be a protest/riot and people are attacking one another. It’s just the way the world works now. But why? Why is it now just part of life to hate someone for reasons that are minimal in the grand scheme of things? America is forgetting what it means to care about each other and...

New Emagine theater comes to Hartland

Hannah Young, Writer

January 11, 2019

Emagine theater, a luxury chain of theaters in the Midwest area, is now open in Hartland. The lavish new movie theater opened on Dec.15. The new 10 screen movie theater is bringing new options to movie going. The Hartland Emagine theater entrance showcases a luxury lobby and lounge-like area. The...

Government shutdown doesn’t currently pose threat to local schools

Government shutdown doesn’t currently pose threat to local schools

Gracie Warda, Assistant Online Editor

January 10, 2019

As of Jan. 10, the government shutdown by Donald Trump’s administration has lasted for 20 days; it’s creeping up on the previous record of 21 days in 1995-1996, according to the New York Times. The duration of this shutdown has created substantial impacts for several government agencies, including...

Opinion: New Year’s Resolutions should not be obsolete

Opinion: New Year’s Resolutions should not be obsolete

Jessie Bright, Writer

January 10, 2019

New Year’s resolutions are a tradition for a reason. New Year’s Day marks the end of the holiday season and begins a new year full of possibilities and new beginnings. This is the perfect time to incorporate new habits into daily life as people begin to move back into their regular schedules. January...

IB theatre presents cast for new play ‘Columbinus’

Taron Masi, Online Editor

January 9, 2019

The cast and crew list of IB Theater’s newest show “Columbinus” has been posted. By IB Theater director Lori Thompson. “Columbinus is a production written by the United States Theatre Project,” Thompson said. “I first saw it in Chicago. I thought it was so powerful and I knew I had to...

Video teacher Jacob Davis seeks new opportunity with Apple Inc.

Madi Wheeler, Online Editor-in-Chief

January 7, 2019

After graduating from Fenton High in 2014 and becoming the new video production teacher a month ago, Jacob Davis received the opportunity to work with one of the nation's largest technology companies, Apple, Inc. “I will be taking on the title of Computer Vision Quality Assurance Engineer and Videographer,”...

Student’s views on Michigan’s new recreational marijuana policy

Dylan Dockins, Writer

January 2, 2019

Students become involved in current events and voice their opinions about the impact the legalization of marijuana in the state, the impact and how it will affect other states. What may lead from this new law is unknown but will only be revealed in the test of time. James Beauchamp “It will most likely have ...