Howell varsity pom seniors say goodbye

Howell varsity pom seniors say goodbye

Ian Stone, Co Sports Editor

November 17, 2015


Filed under Feature, Sports

As winter sports begin and fall banquets come to a close, we have put together a series of stories to recap this 2015 fall sport season.

Howell varsity football seniors say goodbye

Howell varsity football seniors say goodbye

Bennett Halek, Staff Writer

November 17, 2015


Filed under Feature, Sports

As winter sports begin and fall banquets come to a close, we have put together a series of stories to recap this 2015 fall sport season.

Howell varsity cheer seniors say goodbye

Howell varsity cheer seniors say goodbye

Micheal Gottschalk, Staff Writer

November 17, 2015


Filed under Feature, Sports

As winter sports begin and fall banquets come to a close, we have put together a series of stories to recap this 2015 fall sport season.

Marching band seniors say goodbye

Marching band seniors say goodbye

Devery Jakubos, Staff writer

November 17, 2015


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Feature

As winter sports begin and fall banquets come to a close, we have put together a series of stories to recap this 2015 fall sport season.

Howell junior commits to play baseball at Division I Clemson University

Howell junior commits to play baseball at Division I Clemson University

Megan Killop, Staff Writer

November 17, 2015


Filed under Feature, Sports

University of Clemson commit, with a fastball that tops out at 88 miles per hour, and ranked number 2 baseball player in the state of Michigan: coming out of the hometown of Howell is Sam Weatherly.

A cappella makes their way to CMU

A cappella makes their way to CMU

Hannah Maki, Staff Writer

November 8, 2015


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Feature

On Friday Oct 23, Howell High School’s top choir class, A cappella, took a trip to Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, Michigan.

Test taking tips and tricks

Test taking tips and tricks

Megan Killop, Staff Writer

November 6, 2015


Filed under Feature, Showcase

Here are a few nifty tips and tricks that students can keep in their back pocket while test taking. They are from a Howell High School student who had perfect scores on both the ACT and SAT.

Fall’s most cliche dates unraveled

Fall’s most cliche dates unraveled

October 20, 2015


Filed under Feature, Showcase, Student Highlight, Student Life

The Main Four's own, Bennett Halek and Jackie Keranen, explain the realistic thoughts from girls and guys about fall's most cliche dates.

What would Jacob do?

What would Jacob do?

Kathleen Isenegger and Kyra Moen

October 16, 2015


Filed under Feature, Showcase, Student Highlight

What would Jacob do? The Jacob in question is a senior at Howell High School.

HHS’s favorite 2015 Hoco-proposals

HHS’s favorite 2015 Hoco-proposals

October 8, 2015


Filed under Feature, Showcase, Student Life

Every high school girl’s dream is to be asked to Homecoming in a creative way by their crush. Whether you buy her a simple bouquet of flowers or surprise her in front of the school, she will be impressed with your effort.

2015 Freshman Homecoming Court

2015 Freshman Homecoming Court

Kira Cleer

October 2, 2015


Filed under Feature, Showcase

Neither freshmen Sadie Barclay or Joe Render expected to be on the 2015 homecoming court. Both members of this underclassmen couple are excited to be a part of this year's court.   "You get to be the face of your class," Barclay says.   When asked, Barclay uses the word “creati...

2015 Senior Homecoming Court

2015 Senior Homecoming Court

Julia Lively, Staff Writer

October 2, 2015


Filed under Feature, Showcase

It’s a tradition that high school’s around the country have been doing for years, each grade votes during the week, of the highly anticipated Homecoming football game, for the guy and girl they think will best represent their class as that year's prince and princess. Then at the end of the week the final King and Queen are chosen based on the most amount of votes. This year’s senior Homecoming court is composed of Highlanders with hobbies varying from music, volleyball, eagle scouts, and even fire twirling.

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