Students present black box Plays

Students present black box Plays

Sophia Trump, Staff Writer November 1, 2016

This Tues-Wed. Nov 1-2, the Black Box Productions is presenting two student run plays, The Safety Officer and Lyin’ Eyes. These plays will be held at 7:00 p.m. and in K-5 at Howell High School. The doors...

Howell football team delivers Homecoming game win

Howell football team delivers Homecoming game win

Kira Cleer, Editor in Chief October 6, 2016

After a week of spirit and months of prep, on September 30th, Howell's varsity football team beat Grand Blanc's team during the 2016 homecoming game. Despite the rain throughout the first half of the game,...

Introducing the Homecoming Court of 2016

Introducing the Homecoming Court of 2016

As most people know, homecoming is just around the corner. That means homecoming game, dance, pep rally, and the sweet beginnings of fall. However, there is one thing that takes the crown of the season,...

Howell takes on the Macys Parade

Howell takes on the Macy’s Parade

Kira Cleer, A & E Editor November 25, 2015
This year, when Howell families watch the parade, they'll get a little taste of home when they see 18 pom girls and one jump roper, all Howell students, performing in this year's parade.
Turkey Day Thank Yous

Turkey Day Thank Yous

Drew Laughner, Staff Writer November 25, 2015
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, that means it’s time to break out the stretch pants and listen to grandpa’s “Back in my day” stories. It also means it’s the time to appreciate all the things in life. Whether they be large things like friends and family or small things like the sidewalk you walk on. Howell High School’s student body is very grateful for several things.
Howell High School student creates the Roh Burger

Howell High School student creates the Roh Burger

Lindsay Barnett, Staff Writer November 24, 2015
The burger, made with a flavoring to replicate the Korean BBQ dish bulgogi, will be making its debut in the Highlander restaurant in the upcoming weeks.
From Left -Emma Atkins, Tim Church and Eric Crause

MRPA helps students get involved

Jackie Keranen, Staff writer November 23, 2015
The Michigan Parks and Recreation Association (MRPA) is an organization that allows everyone in the Livingston County to help each other out. From Nov. 6-8, MRPA hosted a youth symposium in Detroit.
Falls most cliche dates unraveled

Fall’s most cliche dates unraveled

October 20, 2015
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
What would Jacob do? The Jacob in question is a senior at Howell High School.

Prepping for Homecoming

Alex Adle , Staff Writer September 29, 2015
Ready for homecoming yet? Or are you still searching for the perfect dress, shoes and are a few pointers to help your make homecoming a smashing success!
Cailin Ferguson

To the pointe

Jackie Keranen, Staff Writer May 6, 2015
Some kids may choose to hide their talents, but these incredible dancers are not afraid to show it off! Dancers from Howell High School are getting the spotlight for the time being. One thing’s for sure, their dancing is on “pointe”.
Meet your Senior Survivors!

Meet your Senior Survivors!

Thomas Lassiter and Kira Cleer April 24, 2015
Learn about this year's Senior Survivors, everything from their hobbies, tactics, fears and spirit animals. Use the knowledge to help pick who you'll support and see if they become the ultimate survivor.
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