HHS choir students come together for charity

HHS choir students come together for charity

Kayla McClain, News Editor

May 16, 2014

"I think it's really important to show people what we're capable of. We are using our music and our talent for something that can be good for our community or other people in other countries."

Gay marriage ban: What happened?

April 4, 2014

By Social Media Editor: Cassie Bondie On Friday, March 22, the cell phones of many teenagers in Howell’s community went off simultaneously, as elated friends and family who had followed the news story of the weekend informed their loved ones about what may have been the biggest news in Michigan thus far in 2014. A federal judge made Michigan the 18th ...

Senior connects with peers, inspires others

April 3, 2014

By Social Media Editor: Cassie Bondie In high school, students learn quickly that it isn’t easy to stand out for the right reasons instead of the wrong ones. We spend the main four years of our lives fighting to be noticed, appreciated, and accepted by our fellow classmates and teachers, while at...

Howell students: This isn’t who we are

Photo featured online of the team celebrating their win

Cassie Bondie, Social Media Editor

March 25, 2014

"I'm proud to be a civilian of Howell, Michigan and I will defend the people of my town because I'm confident that I live in a city that is not filled with racist people, but rather people that are culprits of a never-ending negative historical occurrence."

New production “Our Town” hits the stage this weekend

March 6, 2014

The Howell High School performing art department will present “Our Town” this weekend. Performances are set for 7 p.m. March 7-8 and 2 p.m. March 9, in the Howell High School auditorium. "Our Town is one of those relatable shows that you can take away from the stage and into your community. How...

Howell Public Schools administration members discuss student concerns over “drug searches”

February 4, 2014

Howell superintendent, high school principal, and head of security explain drug searches; offer an additional course of action. By Social Media Editor: Cassie Bondie In what was, by far, the most popular story ever published on the Howell (Livingston) Teens blog, a very pressing issue was explored. Students who attend Howell High School (as well as alumni), offered co...

“How we make the decision to close school”- Superintendent responds to recent snowdays

January 28, 2014

By Social Media Editor: Cassie Bondie Monday, January 27, the talk of Howell High School was why the students were, in fact, in school. Much community talk has also centered around Howell's recent snow-days and how the decision to close school is made by administration members. Later that evening...

Seniors reach out, create suicide prevention group

Photo by Keith Xiong

Marissa VanDaelen, Staff Writer

November 26, 2013

By Staff Writer: Marissa VanDaelen Suicide prevention is something that should be talked about more, and there should definitely be more things done to make it well-known. Howell High School seniors, Eliza Bengala and Cassie Bondie, have contributed to this by simply sending out a group message on Facebook. It turned out to be s...

What’s happening behind the curtains of “Footloose”

What's happening behind the curtains of

Eliza Bengala, Marissa VanDaelen, Natalie Dunn, Staff Writer

November 20, 2013

The Howell High School drama department has changed it's schedule this school year, and bumped the annual spring musical into the fall slot, pushing the yearly play until March. Ms. Amanda Malo, the drama teacher at HHS and director, is bringing a contemporary musical to the Howell stage for the first time i...

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