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Jordan Royal Circus Performs at McMorran

Death defying tricks delight audiences D.J. Palm Staff Writer Glow sticks and cotton candy filled the hands of parents and children as the Jordan World Circus was in Port Huron entertaining guests at McMorran Place Arena this past Monday. The first act of the night was nothing short of a bravery show as a man…

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Time to get hammered

Facts to know about Pub Crawl 2015 Angie Stoecklin Editor-in-Chief This year St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Tuesday, leaving many Port Huron residents to celebrate the holiday on Saturday, March 14 in the form of Pub Crawl. Pub Crawl is an annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration that features a party bus that takes patrons…

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Elementary school students grow up onstage

T.E.D.Y. presents The Edge of The Nest Kiera Snyder Guest Writer “The Edge of the Nest” is a production shown a few weeks ago by T.E.D.Y. (Thomas Edison Drama Youth), and is a unique story of growing up. T.E.D.Y. has lasted for 7 years; each year putting on a different production directed by Renee Barr…

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Port Huron kids “Web It Up!”

P.H.C.T. presents “Charlotte’s Web” Lauren Poosch Guest Writer On Jan. 29 through Feb. 1, P.H.C.T. (Port Huron Civic Theatre) performed the play “Charlotte’s Web” based off of the story “Charlotte’s Web” by E.B. White. The play was performed at the McMorran Theatre, and was directed by Joe Helton. Kiera Snyder, 12, of Port Huron, said,…

Pros and cons of year round school

Should schools be year round? Payton Wiley Guest Writer Could year round schools be for the better, or worse? Many students might not like the idea of having to go to school in the summer, but many good things can come from the new school calendar; there’s more time for family and friends, the student…

Year round schooling

Should schools be year round? Audrey Miller Guest Writer Year round school is a topic sweeping across the nation. Some argue over whether this would be a good idea or not for the education of America’s youth. Here are some of the bright sides to year round school. After the long summer, kids in the…

Rachel’s Challenge

An organization put together to help put bullying to an end Evie Clause Guest Writer Rachel’s Challenge, a group put together based on a sad tragedy to try and put an end to bullying, visited Port Huron Schools on Tuesday, Feb. 10 to try and prevent bullying in not only schools, but everywhere in the…

Do you accept the challenge?

Middle school students learn about Rachel’s Challenge Karlee McNutt and Amelia Suiter Guest Writers On Tuesday, Feb. 6, an assembly was held at Fort Gratiot Middle School for all students and staff who attend FGMS. Colleen Kirk, guest speaker, came to talk about Rachel’s Challenge and to inform the students about kindness and Rachel’s dream.…

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Rachel’s chain

Rachel’s Scott’s hands touch the hearts of students at Fort Gratiot Middle School Paige Cronce and Amber Sharrow Guest Writers On Tuesday, February 10, Colleen Kirk came to fort Gratiot Middle School to share with students about a young woman named Rachel Scott; a girl whose heart was as big as her dreams for the…