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Haslett starts Ultimate Frisbee club

Story: Sana Imran, Staff Writer

January 27

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Those of you who have been waiting for an ultimate Frisbee club or team, the wait is finally over. Sophomore Elise Manuel has came up with an Ultimate Frisbee being a club, with Haslett Middle School teacher Ben Pineda be...

Apartment fire changes Haslett student’s life

Story: Jackie Palmer, Staff Writer

December 16

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Fire trucks and police cruisers blocked traffic Nov. 4 around 5 p.m. on the 5900 block of Marsh road. Junior Sarah Alabdali and her family had lived in the apartments for about three years. Alabdali was in her room taking a nap...

College visits come to close with SCAD

Story: Felicity Frobom, Staff Writer

November 26

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  This year’s college visits ended with the Savannah College of Art and Design coming to Haslett High on Nov. 16. Located in Savannah, Ga., SCAD offers classes in animation, design, illustration, fashion design, and other ...

Links program featured in Start program publicity

Story: Leah Winston, Staff Writer

November 26

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The Links Program at Haslett High School is a program students join to help other students with disabilities in their classes. A student is paired up with a Link  who helps him or her with whatever the student needs during class....

Coat drive will help keep those in need warm

Story: Anissa Kroll, Staff Writer

November 26

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Wondering what happened to those old coats and gloves that you gave the Haslett High NHS Fall Drive two weeks ago?  Wonder no more because here's the answer. Recently the National Honors Society held its annual Fall Drive ...

New term means new start

Story: Hannah Clark, Staff Writer

November 26

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The new term for Haslett High students started Oct. 31. For the students, this means that term one grades were set as of Nov. 2 when the first term officially closed Term two starts over with a blank slate. Each term will...

Meridian Mall stays closed on Thanksgiving

Story: Kalli Kerr, Staff Writer

November 26

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A day many shoppers look forward to is the day after Thanksgiving: Black Friday. But this year, Meridian Mall decided to not be open the day of Thanksgiving. Black Friday shoppers will not be able to start shopping early. Ac...

Trump wins HHS mock election

Story: Anissa Kroll, Staff Writer

November 26

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The national presidential election took place on Nov. 8 and Haslett High School held an election of its own - a mock election. The AP Government class ran the mock election for the presidential election as a way for students ...

Election: A time of tension

Story: Hannah Clark, Staff Writer

November 10

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An election always brings various levels of tension with it, and the 2016 presidential election is no different. With Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican candidate Donald Trump fighting against each other, those...

Haslett community ralies to support Pringle

Story: Spencer Hart and Alyssa Jackson

November 4

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The warm feelings started back in July when middle school science teacher Colleen Pringle underwent her first surgery for breast cancer. When she got out of surgery, Pringle had 18 people waiting for her in the waiting roo...

Band to hold can drive Oct. 30

Story: Jackie Palmer, Staff Writer

October 14

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The Haslett High School Band is having a can drive Sunday, Oct. 30. The band council has the can drive to help pay for t-shirts to be worn during the upcoming band trip. During the week of Oct. 24, band students will be dropping flier...

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