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New Drive Thru coming to Fenton Panera Bread

New Drive Thru coming to Fenton Panera Bread

Nick Megdanoff, Writer

November 15, 2017


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Pulling up to the Panera Bread menu board, a patron orders chicken noodle soup, then drives to the window to pay. This situation will be possible as Panera Bread has been working on a new drive thru over the course of the summer, aiming for a Dec. 10 release. “It’s going to affect the business tremendously; it will add probably 25 percent on to our...

The 2nd annual Lace Up For Learning returns

The 2nd annual Lace Up For Learning returns

Jillian Ferry, Assistant Online Editor in Chief

October 26, 2017


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Being the largest group that has the most school spirit is all it takes to earn $500. Dr. Wax Orthodontics is holding the 2nd Annual Lace Up For Learning, and the school who has the most participants will be awarded the School Spirit Award of $500. “Lace Up for Learning isn't your typical 5K”, race director Rachel Wathen said. “It's an event that ...

Fenton partners with Linden to build new dog park

Fenton partners with Linden to build new dog park

Lily Tiong, Writer

October 4, 2017


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Dogs running around, chasing after one another, while their owners throw the ball between conversations. Fenton is expected to gain their first ever dog park, within the next couple of weeks. The Thompson Road Dog Park has come together with the help of Fenton and Linden’s partnership. The city has opene...

Free or Reduced lunching federal aid program assists low income families to help feed their children

Cameron Mathews, Sports Editor

May 5, 2017


Filed under Opinion

After grabbing a lunch tray and filling it with the options for the day, typing in her student ID and waiting patiently in line, a Fenton student is told that they aren’t able to purchase the hot meal due to the inability to pay. Instead, they are offered the free option for lunch, a bare-bones “alternative...

IB and Key Club members get school-wide support for bottle drive

IB and Key Club members get school-wide support for bottle drive

Lauren Koscielniak, Writer

November 15, 2016


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Full IB students and Key Club members are working together to collect plastic bottles and cans as a fundraiser to donate food to the Fenton community for the holidays. Students decided to put posters and bins around the school as a way to announce the project. Members also visited each SRT and explained...

Fenton farm hosts a picnic event to show gratitude to law enforcement

Fenton farm hosts a picnic event to show gratitude to law enforcement

Tess DeGayner, Website Editor in Chief

September 22, 2016


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To counteract what they feel is negative press, the Windwalker Farm is hosting an event in honor of the local police departments. The First Annual Police Officer Appreciation Picnic will be Saturday, Sept. 24 at 2p.m. with the intent of holding one each year on the third Saturday of every Septemb...

Michael LaJoice turns himself in for embezzlement

Michael LaJoice turns himself in for embezzlement

Tess DeGayner, Online Assistant Editor

February 1, 2016


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Michael LaJoice is sitting in the Oakland County jail for embezzling almost or more than $20 million from the Clarkston Brandon Community Credit Union. However, if LaJoice’s name was heard about a month ago, one might have recognized him as the man who was honored as a community hero for going out...