The Comets' Tale

GL Now Offers Free PCA Training Program

Bella Fenner

Students in the training program try out simulated disabilities. Impaired vision, and trouble walking are common disabilities among the elderly.

Recent News Stories

New Head Coach Aces the Season

October 20, 2019

    From the court to the classroom, Casey McDonnell manages it all. McDonnell has been a teacher of Physics and Physical Science for eight years and just recently became the new head coach for the boys’ varsity Tennis team. While this was his first year with the boys team, he has had a lot of experience to...

EEE in Michigan

October 17, 2019

    Eastern Equine Encephalitis (Eastern as from the east, Equine as in horse, and Encephalitis, an inflammation of the brain) or EEE is a disease that is carried by mosquitoes. There is on average 7 cases of EEE in America citizens annually, typically limited to eastern Gulf states. But so far this year there...

Area 51 or Failure 51?

October 13, 2019

The military base in Nevada known as Area 51 has been shrouded in mystery for decades, with multiple reports of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) having been observed by locals around the base since the 1950s. Though the U.S. government has stayed consistent in saying these sightings are just the result of testings...

Football for the People

Recent Sports Stories

Swimmin Laps n’ Bussin’ Caps

November 2, 2019

    GL Girls swim has not only been a Capital Area Activities Conference, or CAAC Blue, powerhouse for the last few years, but has also had serious state title contenders as well. When it comes to this year’s varsity swim team, expect nothing different. Even with their previous coach of several years, Coach...

Looking Towards The Season

October 31, 2019

    As the fall sports season wraps up, winter sports are underway, and basketball is at the forefront. Students who are interested in playing basketball are currently preparing for basketball tryouts by conditioning and taking advantage of the provided open gym twice a week.      During open gym, these...

Local Tennis Player Swings for States

October 25, 2019

  Making it to states as not just a junior, but as a sophomore as well is very exciting for any athlete. Making it to states as an underclassmen feels like an underdog move, especially if you have nothing to lose. However, here at Grand Ledge, one fortunate tennis player had the opportunity to go to the state...

My summer as a Dama

Courtesy photo by Sharanjit Kaur

Brooke Bennet is into dance as well as pom.

Recent Features Stories

Jennifer Bouck: Hero Highlight

November 6, 2019

    There is a hero at Grand Ledge High School who just conquered a monster that has been wreaking havoc on people for centuries. AP Psychology and French teacher, Mrs. Bouck, fought and won her terrifying battle against breast cancer.      “When I was diagnosed with invasive ductal carcinoma (breast...

Comet Conversation

November 6, 2019

With fall back in full swing, students at GLHS are gearing up for a season full of spooks, cider, and meeting up with friends to enjoy all that this time of year has to offer. Whether it is the hay rides, haunted houses, or pumpkin spice lattes, there is never a shortage of activities and experiences for teens...

Cozy Cats and Pups at ICAS

November 5, 2019

Imagine you are a dog, it is Thanksgiving day, and instead of being in a warm home surrounded by delicious smells and loving family, you are in a cage, cold and alone. Every day, hundreds of homeless pets are in this situation in local shelters. With winter approaching, it is  important that all the animals...

Rain World Review

Photo by Matthew Faccio

The title screen of Rain World displays the main character right next to the name of the game. This is the screen you see right before the game starts and you choose what file to play.

Recent Entertainment Stories

Spider-Man Swings out of the MCU

November 4, 2019

    Imagine seeing a favorite superhero that has been watched by millions and is a huge fan favorite get completely wiped out of the MCU. That hero's name? Spider-Man. He transitioned fairly well from Sony to the MCU the first time (the film's clearly doing better with critics) and has made almost $2 billion...

Fall Fashion Favorites

November 3, 2019

      Senior Emily Winkler in her favorite fall scarf. Winkler got her scarf from Shoe Carnival, and loves to sport it as soon as the weather changes. “I was very surprised to find such a cute scarf at a store like Shoe Carnival, but I’m very glad I found it,” Winkler said. For...

Spectral Mayhem!

October 24, 2019

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