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Third 2023-2024 issue printed for distribution

Third 2023-2024 issue printed for distribution

February 2, 2024

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Second 2023-2024 issue printed for distribution

Second 2023-2024 issue printed for distribution

Gracie Wetherington, Editor in Chief December 15, 2023

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First 2023-2024 issue printed for distribution

First 2023-2024 issue printed for distribution

Gracie Wetherington, Editor in Chief October 20, 2023

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Citizens to vote on bond proposal on May 2

Abby Williams, Editor in Chief April 23, 2023

School districts in Michigan must have their community vote for extra money to receive their full share of state aid. On May 2, registered voters in the community will vote on the Safety and Success 2023...

Fourth issue printed for distribution

Fourth issue printed for distribution

Abby Williams, Editor in Chief April 21, 2023

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Third issue printed for distribution

Third issue printed for distribution

Abby Williams, Editor in Chief January 27, 2023

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Seniors Zoie Garrett and Sadie Heman’s mural, featuring
references from multiple different stories such as the
dragon from “Beowulf” and the island from “Lord of the Flies,” is underway in room 235. The mural takes up al-
most the entire space above the window and is expect-
ed to be completed soon. Photo by Abby Williams

New murals painted in Kevonian’s room

Abby Williams, Editor in Chief January 27, 2023

Teachers decorate their classrooms in all sorts of different ways. Some are scattered with bright pictures and posters, while others are more minimalist. Some even have strips of LED lights across the...

Second issue printed for distribution

Second issue printed for distribution

Abby Williams, Editor in Chief December 16, 2022

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First issue printed for distribution

First issue printed for distribution

Abby Williams, Editor in Chief October 21, 2022

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Final issue printed for distribution

Final issue printed for distribution

Ethan Smale, Editor in Chief May 13, 2022

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Fourth Issue published for distribution

Fourth Issue published for distribution

Ethan Smale, Editor in Chief March 30, 2022

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City of Utica Councilman Thom Dionne is an alumnus from the class of 1991. He is also currently serving as a police officer and firefighter in Grosse Pointe Farms.

ALUMNI UPDATE: Thom Dionne

Ethan Smale, Editor in Chief February 16, 2022

UHS alumni are making an impact in their communities. This month’s feature is a Q & A with Thom Dionne, City of Utica Councilman (former Mayor) and Grosse Pointe Farms police officer &...

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