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GM employees go on strike, locals affected

GM employees go on strike, locals affected

Andrea Elsholz and Emmy Johnson

October 11, 2019

General Motors (GM) United Automobile Workers (UAW) have gone on strike. Originating in Chicago, Illinois, this is the union’s first walkout since 2007. On September 16, around 50,000 UAW workers left their position, reported by the Chicago Tribute.  The New York Times speculates that GM’s pl...

Meteorite enters atmosphere above Michigan

Meteorite enters atmosphere above Michigan

Gracie Warda, Online Editor

January 30, 2018

A flash of light fell on Michigan at 8:10 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 16, puzzling those viewing it. The lightning-like burst of was visible all the way in New York, according to the Tri-County Times, and represented a meteor entering the atmosphere.    Before disintegrating in Earth’s atmosphere, the meteor had tr...

Students take college courses on FHS campus

Students take college courses on FHS campus

Andrea Elsholz, Writer

November 28, 2017

They graduated high school and hit the ground running toward college. Throughout their high school career teachers had the mindset of preparing students for college and the real world, but no matter how much they tried, it was nothing like the real thing. Students are immersed in the college world so...

Halloween facts and stories: A-Z

Halloween facts and stories: A-Z

Samantha Campbell, Tess DeGayner, Jennifer Eisenbeis, Calli Miller, Carly Riggs, and Kaylee Vasbinder

October 31, 2014

Autumn: Autumn has officially arrived. The leaves are changing and falling down, and that brings piles to jump in and enjoy. “Fall brings temperatures that are not ridiculously hot, but not so cold that you could get frostbite,” freshman Jacob Belevore said. “A lot of people find spring to be a p...

Tie the Knot . . .

Cassidy Rourke, Sports Editor

May 2, 2014

On March 21, 2014, in the midst of record breaking snowfalls and a polar vortex, a 10-year ban was momentarily lifted for same-sex couples in the state of Michigan by U.S. District Judge Bernard A. Friedman; their right to get married and adopt children together becoming a reality. But, just 22 hours...

Michigan Madness: Three college teams represent Michigan in the NCAA tournament

Hudson Villeneuve, News Editor

March 28, 2014

College basketball’s last event of the season is on the horizon and three Michigan schools are represented in this years tournament. Michigan is seeded the highest as a two seed, followed by Michigan State a four, and Western Michigan a fourteen seed. The high expectations for the instate schools has ...