The Comets' Tale

Recent News Stories

Why Is Trump In a Peach?

January 10, 2020

History of Impeachment   Only three times has Impeachment occurred in American history; Andrew Johnson in 1868, Bill Clinton in 1998, and finally, the 45th and current U.S. president, Donald Trump in 2019. Impeachment is the process by which a legislative body charges a government official with a crime or...

The Harmful Impact of Anti-addiction Campaigns

December 19, 2019

Anti-addiction campaigns do not pave a path of redemption for addicts but instead paint the picture that their mistake has ruined their life and this is unchangeable, when in fact this is not true whatsoever. Addiction is an epidemic and a seemingly never-changing problem that stems from deep-rooted human nature....

Making their environmental impact

December 3, 2019

Did you know that over 60 million water bottles end up in a landfill across the world each day, adding up to over 22 billion water bottles a year? Some local Grand Ledge students know this, and they are trying their hardest to lessen this impact. The Grand Ledge High School (GLHS) Environmental Club, led by presidents...

Grand Ledge Hoop: Buckets on Buckets

Recent Sports Stories

Meet the Comets

December 16, 2019

    Meet the Comets was a family fun event that takes place every year at the high school, that kicks off the intro to all winter sports introducing the coaches and players. For the 2019 school year, the event took place on Nov. 26, doors opened at 5:45PM. Once the doors opened, students of various ages with...

Football for the People

November 6, 2019

Whether playing in a league for money with a three to four digit jackpot to the winner, or just playing for fun with friends, fantasy football can provide entertainment and more competitiveness as fans watching favorite players and teams play. Every NFL season, fantasy football gurus come out of the dark to...

Backstroke Laps and Swimming 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...

A Legend has Fallen, Mamba Mentality Lives on

Illustration by Hannah Perri

Fans remember Kobe Bryant for his contributions off and on the court.

Recent Features Stories

Hindsight is 2020

January 17, 2020

High School Teachers High Stakes Resolutions

January 17, 2020

    Teacher's goals may revolve around different things, like their classes or personal lives, but they still want to succeed as much as the students they teach.     While resolutions are a controversial topic, “most people don’t follow them. My mom asks why I didn’t do something positive? Because...

It’s Rewind Time

January 13, 2020

     There are many different ways to celebrate New Years, people  watch the ball drop in Times Square, others hang out with friends and shoot confetti all night, but some celebrate by watching YouTube’s annual rewind video. Ever since 2010, YouTube has put out a single video that celebrates the year and...

A Wild Call Back

Illustration by Rilee Lonberger

Written in 1903, "The Call of The Wild" sold 10,000 copies in its first 24 hours of being published. The book is also considered one of the most popular novels ever written by an American author.

Recent Entertainment Stories

Dr. Dolittle Drops

January 31, 2020

 It has been nearly ten years since the last incarnation of a Dr. Dolittle movie, but this was changed quite recently, with Robert Downey Jr. ready to take the helm. With this movie being one of Downey’s few films straying from his well known Iron Man role, many were curious to watch the film. However, ‘Dolittle’...

Decades Worth of Music

January 28, 2020

    Music is one of the most primal and integral forms of entertainment that we as humans have had the benefit of discovering. Music, as a broad term, is everywhere, and that is sometimes taken for granted. With the end of 2019, it seems almost necessary to do a recap of some of the most breathtaking and inspiring...

Rise of The Skywalker: Is it A Good Conclusion?

January 27, 2020

“Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” came out this winter, just in time for Christmas. The supposed finale to the series came with low expectations, after Star Wars fans were disappointed by “The Last Jedi” in 2017. In some senses, the new Star Wars film ignores what their audiences were expecting, but in...

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