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  • Greg and Zander’s Top Ten ‘Florida Man’ Headlines

    Greg and Zander’s Top Ten ‘Florida Man’ Headlines

    Gregory Topete and Zander Carda

    November 16, 2018

    What’s up, we’re back with another top ten, today we’re reviewing this dead meme.   Florida Man Arrested in Local Park for “practicing karate” on Swans Florida Man Called 911 because He Needed Ride to Hooters Florida Man Kidnaps Scientist To Make His Dog Imortal Florida Man Pulls Kids Tooth by Tying It To Chevy Camaro, Speeding away Florida Man Arrested After Punching ATM for “Giving Him Too Much Money” Fl...

    Graphic by Tanner Williams

  • Large Group Speech Rehearsing for Districts

    Large Group Speech Rehearsing for Districts

    Gordon Tuomikoski, Contributor

    November 16, 2018

    Large group speech is working hard this year to compete in their different categories. The group has 40 members ready to show their skills at districts. Students in large group speech compete in many different categories, including short films and plays. “There are different groups within the large group speech team that compete,” said senior Gable Thompson, a member of the speech team. “There is ensemble acting, one acts, short films, ...

    Large group speech members audition to determine everyone's skill level.

    Gable Thompson

  • Junior Starts ‘Be Kind’ Movement

    Junior Starts ‘Be Kind’ Movement

    Lillian Becker, Feature Editor

    November 15, 2018

    Junior Kendall Bardsley has joined with Key Club to start a suicide prevention awareness organization called “Be Kind”. “My idea first came to me about two months ago during a football game while I was standing in the student body,” said Bardsley. The ‘Be Kind’ movement originally started when the superintendent of Ralston High School’s son committed suicide. Bardsley is friends with students who go to Ralston and she was inspir...

    Kendall Bardsley wants to make a difference and promote good mental health. She is selling t-shirts to support suicide prevention.

  • Blood Drive Committee Urges GCHS to Donate

    Blood Drive Committee Urges GCHS to Donate

    Teresa Hutchinson, Contributor

    November 14, 2018

    The Glenwood High School blood drive committee invites both students and teachers to participate in the blood drive to save lives across the country. The next occurring blood drive is Thursday, November 15. High school blood drives are scheduled for November, January, March and July. Instructor Jennifer Lewis, the blood drive faculty advisor, insisted that the blood drives should occur between the sports seasons so that players can donate and not...

    Red Cross takes blood donations from the students of GCHS to save lives.

Blood Drive Committee Urges GCHS to Donate
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Large Group Speech Rehearsing for Districts
  • Junior Starts ‘Be Kind’ Movement November 15, 2018
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  • Photo Club Continues with Meetings Every Month November 8, 2018
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Schraft Crowned 3A Champion, Ram Cross Country Competes at State Meet
Jackson Signs to Run Track at Hawkeye Community College

Jackson Signs to Run Track at Hawkeye Community College

November 8, 2018

Rams Cross Country Qualifies for State

Rams Cross Country Qualifies for State

October 25, 2018

Rams Hang Tough With Top-Ranked Titans, Comeback Falls Short

October 16, 2018

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Staff Editorial: Connections Really Helping Students Connect?

September 10, 2018

Greg & Zander’s Top Ten Graduation Party Dishes

Greg & Zander’s Top Ten Graduation Party Dishes

May 18, 2018

Facing Opposition from the Community

April 19, 2018

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Senior Voting Announcement

October 31, 2018

GHS Blood Drive

October 30, 2018

High School Boys Swim Season

October 29, 2018

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