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  • March 9Spring sports start today, 3/9, right after school. Make sure you have a physical on file.
  • March 5If you are running track there is a meeting after school, 3/5, in the media center.
  • March 4Academic team photos, 3/11, starting at 11 a.m., so make sure you wear your team shirt.

NEWS

Farmers state bank art competition

Mickenzi Merriweather, Staff Reporter

March 30, 2020

Picture a huge brick castle connecting to a bridge leading to the entrance across a surrounding moat. In front, there’s a horse standing stationary with rolling hills and mountains landscaping the background view with only the light of the moon illuminating the night sky.  This beautiful scene ...

Senior Kael Bunce dominates senior season

Senior Kael Bunce dominates senior season

Zack Sawicki, Web Designer

January 25, 2020

Senior wrestler Kael Bunce picked up his third straight wrestling tournament title. Bunce is starting the season with a 20-1 record with the only loss coming from a championship match at the Blissfield invitational earlier in the season.  “My goal is to make it to finals and win States” Bunc...

GSA makes a comeback

GSA makes a comeback

Bella Roberts, Feature editor

January 23, 2020

Flyers appeared in the halls recently: The Gay Straight Alliance has started back up. The student club’s biggest goal for 2020 is to bring more people into the group.  Doing so will require GSA to make their group more visible to the public.  “Last year, we were more of a social group, meeting to su...

Jazz band opens for Randy Napoleon and MSU jazz band members at town hall

Jazz band opens for Randy Napoleon and MSU jazz band members at town hall

Zack Sawicki, feature editor

January 7, 2020

While jazz band members open for Randy Napoleon and Michigan State University jazz band members, Napoleon and others prepared for playing for the rest of the night at the town hall on November 26 for free admission. Napoleon brought his knowledge and skill an assistant professor at MSU teaching jazz guitar to the performance. ...

Impacts of SRSLY youth substance use prevention begin to emerge

Impacts of SRSLY youth substance use prevention begin to emerge

Justin Jaszkowski, web editor

December 30, 2019

The White House gave out 150 grants that would help with drug-free community support programs, and the SRSLY Stockbridge team earned one of them. The grant gives the SRSLY team $125,000 per year for the next 5 years. To spend funds, the team plans to attend events and learn more about youth substance...

Local mother and volunteer leaves loving legacy

Local mother and volunteer leaves loving legacy

Emily Breslin, Staff-Reporter

December 19, 2019

November 3 posts of #sarahstrong and #resteasy filled the village residents’ social media.  Sarah Salow Henderson, aged 54, died after a relentless and tiring battle against breast cancer. But, Sarah was more than just a fighter of cancer; she was a friend, a sister, a wife and a mother amo...

Junior performs on the piano at holiday show

Junior performs on the piano at holiday show

Hannah Bolton, Chief Editor

December 17, 2019

Pianist and junior Haley Gipson, winner of the Stockbridge Area Arts Council (SACC) 2019 scholarship, played songs such as the “Prelude in C Sharp Minor, Op.3, No.2” by Rachmaninoff at the Stockbridge town hall for the Home for the Holidays show. Gipson began playing at 6-years-old with the local tea...

Basketball teams kickoff their seasons with some loses on their plate

Madie Gee-Montgomery

December 6, 2019

As Winter rolls around, the girls and boys basketball teams are starting to play their first few games of the season. Losing a few aspect players from each team due to seniors graduating, the teams are having to adjust to their new line-ups for the year, figuring out which will make the teams the most su...

December 6, 2019

EEE virus emergence across Michigan spreads fear, causes schedule disruptions

EEE virus emergence across Michigan spreads fear, causes schedule disruptions

Zack Sawicki, Feature Editor

December 4, 2019

This Halloween, blood sucking vampires or brain devouring zombies were not trick or treaters’s main worry. There was a spooky virus to be concerned about: Transmitted by mosquitoes, the EEE virus lurked around the season. The virus accounts for seven deaths across multiple states, three in Michi...

Panther Power makes it to finals, first-time all-girl entry

Panther Power makes it to finals, first-time all-girl entry

Justin Jaszkowski, Web Editor

December 3, 2019

At the Grand Rapids Girls Robotics Competition 2019, team # 6591 Panther Powered made it all the way to the finals. Notice the word, “girls”? This competition was different because girls were the only ones competing; Panther Powered took second place. Capturing a win in the first match, the girls team fell dur...

Unable to Connect

Unable to Connect

Amelia Pulley, Staff-Reporter

November 17, 2019

Connection lost. This message spread on students’ smartphones, as well as staff’s, on Oct. 1. causing confusion, anger and general upheaval. Jeff Trapp, the principal, helped decide to change the guest public Wi-Fi to a private connection with the intention of getting personal device connection...

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