Foreign experience

Foreign experience

Ian Stone, Staff Writer

October 12, 2014

Staff Writer Ian Stone profiles one of Howell's foreign exchange students, a boy from Switzerland who can speak five languages and has joined the football team.

Haunted attractions

Haunted attractions

Jackie Keranen, Staff Writer

October 3, 2014

With Halloween just around the corner, spooky spirits begin to arise in quiet small towns. Many people have come together to put on a scare for the local citizens of Howell. There are two main local attractions, the Terrified Forest and Erebus. The Terrified Forest is one mile of terror located...

HHS football star enters final season

HHS football star enters final season

A.J. Firsht, Staff Writer

September 25, 2014

One cheer that will be the first thing you hear when entering the Howell High School Memorial Stadium is “We love Sieman.” As senior Evan Sieman enters his 8th most rushing yards at 287 yards against Hartland High School, he is on track to break the school record for most rushing yards in a seas...

Seniors named HHS prom king and queen

Seniors named HHS prom king and queen

Madison Deadman, A&E Editor

May 19, 2014

Jackie Dobbie, class of 2014’s prom queen, had a little bit more of an eventful night than the average senior at  prom. Not only does she bring light to the school but she is a powerful figure to Howell High School’s student body. Dobbie, originally from South Lyon, moved to Howell in seventh...

Senior Survivor champion taking enthusiasm beyond HHS

Senior Survivor champion taking enthusiasm beyond HHS

Natalie Dunn, Editor-in-Chief

May 19, 2014

“Ever since I was little kid I’ve loved making people laugh. I can be funny in front of the camera, and I can create stories… Any situation can be put out there.”

Holocaust survivor shares experiences with students

May 14, 2014

 By Staff Writer: Kate Bauer Highlander Way Middle School’s eighth grade class wrapped up their Holocaust unit on Friday, May 2 with a presentation by Martin Lowenberg. Lowenberg, 86, is a Jewish Holocaust survivor who currently resides in Southfield, Michigan. Since 1986, he has traveled to different schools in the...

English teacher shares passion for subject, students

Jada Boprie, Feature Editor

May 14, 2014

I only had a short time to interview Mr. Deven Parrish, but even with the time crunch it was easy to understand why his students like him so much. Besides his significant height advantage and his much more impressive resume, he’s just like any of the kids who walk through his classroom door eve...

It is time for juniors to take a lead

May 13, 2014

By Staff Writer: Tricia Tucker Alright juniors, it’s now your time to show.  Seniors are coming to an end and it is time to face the facts: you’re next in line, next to rule this school and receive your caps and gowns.  But first, you need to prepare yourselves for the wretched future: college. ...

Junior spreads rays of sunshine at HHS

May 13, 2014

By Staff Writer: Jada Boprie Few people are lucky enough in life to have a friend like Janice Kwan. Aside from her talents for singing and academics, this Howell High School junior is known around the school for her ever-present smile and her rare sense of kindness. Even as we start the interview, she ch...

Spanish study abroad trip provides incredible experience

May 6, 2014

By Staff Writer: Rachel Cichon Over spring break, I received the opportunity to go take a study abroad trip to Puerto Rico, where I visited many regional wonders and communicated with locals to experience the culture and language of native Spanish speakers. The trip was hosted by Spanish teacher Mr...

HHS rockstar holds big plans for the future

May 6, 2014

By Feature Editor: Hannah Snyder As high school comes to an end for Howell High seniors, there is one person who has left his impression on so many people these past four years. Ben Friend has been making people smile, laugh, and feel accepted since the first day of his freshman classes. Probably even since his ...

Local leader takes next step in politics

May 6, 2014

By Staff Writer: Alexis Klask Although he announced that he was running for the 47th District House seat back in November, Howell mayor, Phillip Campbell, has been doing a lot in order to ensure that he is a strong candidate. With voting day approaching on August 7, Campbell has a lot to tackle this summer. After...

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