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The world changed for the better because of these five black leaders

The world changed for the better because of these five black leaders

By Haylie Brooks, Reporter

In 1926, historian Carter G. Woodson and the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History established the second week of February to be "Negro History Week." Since...

February 23No Comments

Genesee County raises age to purchase tobacco

Genesee County raises age to purchase tobacco

By Hannah Hendley, Reporter

Young adults under 21 in Genesee County will no longer be able to purchase tobacco products. On Tuesday, Feb. 14, the Genesee County Board of Commissioners voted 7-2 to...

February 16No Comments

3rd Degree Burns band, KHS sophomore will rock Davison stage

3rd Degree Burns band, KHS sophomore will rock Davison stage

By Ashley Harroun, Reporter

The 3rd degree Burns Band is going to light up the Guardians of Rock Concert Tour for 2017. Sophomore Jenna Robinson plays lead and rhythm guitar in 3rd degree Burns. "I sh...

February 13No Comments

Teen drug usage has decreased nationally but increased at KHS

Teen drug usage has decreased nationally but increased at KHS

February 10

Fewer teens use drugs today than the 1990s, according to a December 2016 study by the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. However, the number of Kearsley students using...

Sunless January darkens students’ moods

Sunless January darkens students’ moods

February 9

In the month of January there were only three sunny days in the city of Flint. On days without a sunny sky, the level of serotonin in the human body can drop low according...

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Kearsley’s Weather

Fenton/Linden outlasts hockey team

Fenton/Linden outlasts hockey team

By Connor Earegood, Reporter

United hockey fell at home to Fenton/Linden 6-4 on Wednesday, Feb. 22. United kept it close until the third period. United was down 5-4 after two periods, and then Fenton/Linden...

February 24No Comments

Tarrence claims wrestling regional title as Kearsley advances six to the individual state final

Tarrence claims wrestling regional title as Kearsley advances six to the individual state final

By Haylie Brooks, Reporter

Senior Dylan Tarrence qualified as individual regional champion at an MHSAA Division 2 meet at Marysville on Saturday, Feb. 18. Tarrence also advanced his record to 44-0 for...

February 22No Comments

Boys basketball wrangles the Rams

Boys basketball wrangles the Rams

By Haylie Brooks, Reporter

In a non-league matchup, boys basketball beat Montrose 56-41 on Tuesday, Feb. 21. Leading the Hornets to victory on the road was senior Chandler Ford with 14 points and...

February 22No Comments

Cheer wins district crown

Cheer wins district crown

By Kate Monreal, Reporter

The cheer team took first place at the MHSAA district tournament hosted at KHS on Friday, Feb 17. The top four teams advance to the regional competition. The Ho...

February 22No Comments

Girls basketball loses game to Powers

Girls basketball loses game to Powers

February 22

Blond wins Metro League Singles Tournament, Hawes is runner-up

Blond wins Metro League Singles Tournament, Hawes is runner-up

February 21

United skates past the Raiders

United skates past the Raiders

February 21

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Movie buffs, here are 10 classic movies you should watch

Movie buffs, here are 10 classic movies you should watch

By Connor Earegood, Reporter

These cinematic masterpieces and cult classics are works of art you can watch over and over without losing interest. They are not in any particular order, but please do yourself...

February 101 Comment

Movie production under investigation for animal abuse

Movie production under investigation for animal abuse

By Jenna Robinson, Editor

The movie "A Dog's Purpose" was investigated for animal abuse after two videos were released to the public. As of today, Wednesday, Feb. 8, some investigations concluded...

February 8No Comments

Cast of ‘Murder Will Make Him Mine’ has been set

Cast of ‘Murder Will Make Him Mine’ has been set

By Katelyn Elumbaugh, Editor

The student-written play "Murder Will Make Him Mine" held auditions on Wednesday, Jan. 11. A panel made up of a few students and the play's director, Mrs. Renee Kotzian,...

January 20No Comments

Music impacts teenagers deeply

Music impacts teenagers deeply

By Jenna Robinson, Editor

"If music be the food of love, play on." That famous line is in the beginning of the play "Twelfth Night," by William Shakespeare. This quote is one of thousands defining the...

January 181 Comment

Earegood recommends five books he read last year

Earegood recommends five books he read last year

January 11

Auditions to be held for latest school play

Auditions to be held for latest school play

January 6

Local bass player nominated for Grammy

Local bass player nominated for Grammy

December 22

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The student news site of Kearsley High School in Flint, Michigan
The student news site of Kearsley High School in Flint, Michigan