Jonathan Callison, Copy Editor/Graphic Designer

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This is John's second year on the newspaper staff, but also his last because he is a senior. When John is not writing or at school, most likely he is hunting, fishing, kayaking, or just doing something in the great outdoors.

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Another day starts for students at Central Michigan University. Students are close to finishing up their classes for the semester.

College Tips and Tricks

Jonathan Callison, Former Editor
December 20, 2019
Jordyn Yockey (11) aiming for the center ring of the target at the Nationals Tournament. Yockey shot the highest score for the high school team and placed 48th out of 7,109 girls.

GL Archer Shoots for Glory

Jonathan Callison, Copy Editor/Graphic Designer
May 21, 2019
A beautiful, calm day in a kayak on the Grand River. Kayaking the Grand River is a very popular recreation to many in the GL area.

Get Outdoors

Jonathan Callison, Copy Editor/Graphic Designer
May 6, 2019
Outdoorsmen and women are becoming more and more divided, because of back and forth disagreements on social media.

Outdoorsmen United or Divided?

Jonathan Callison, Copy Editor/Graphic Designer
April 26, 2019
The Comets Tale staff poses with their Honorable Mention certificates and Silver and Gold Medal certificates for the newspaper and website. The Comets Tale attended the event on April 23 at the Lansing Center.

2019 Award Winning Newspaper Staff

Jonathan Callison, Copy Editor/Graphic Designer
April 24, 2019

Grand Ledge Archery

Jonathan Callison, Copy Editor/Graphic Designer
April 15, 2019
Three wolves in the upper peninsula looking for prey. A hunting season to manage wolves could be coming soon to the Mitten with delisting plans in the works.

The Battle Over Wolves

Jonathan Callison, Copy Editor/Graphic Designer
April 11, 2019
Social Media is becoming highly addictive, especially to teenagers. Social Media also causes the phone to be used at inappropriate times.

Newest Addiction: Social Media

Jonathan Callison, Copy Editor/Graphic Designer
April 8, 2019
Two coyotes taken by Grand Ledge local, Clint Taylor. Taylor normally hunts during the night hours.

Hunting Michigan Coyotes

Jonathan Callison, Copy Editor/Graphic Designer
March 17, 2019
The hunting land for sale illustration is supposed to represent that the selling of land is one of the problems causing people to stop hunting.

It’s Getting Harder to Hunt

Jonathan Callison, Copy Editor/Graphic Designer
March 15, 2019
Wind turbines are a source of clean and renewable energy, along with solar panels.

Wind Turbine Trouble

Jonathan Callison, Copy Editor/Graphic Designer
March 7, 2019
The Hell Divers books are about humans living in airships in a post apocalyptic world and hell divers have to dive to the ruined surface to keep the ships in the air. The Series is a four book series, soon to be a five book series.

They Dive So Humanity Survives

Jonathan Callison, Copy Editor/Graphic Designer
February 18, 2019
The recently cold temps could have had devastating effects on the invasive species, Emerald Ash Borers.

Cold Temps Kill Invasive Species

Jonathan Callison, Copy Editor/Graphic Designer
February 13, 2019
Alex Dines (12) with his ten point buck he shot on Oct. 2. Alex has won Mr. Glinke’s Big Buck Contest the last three years.

Mr. Glinke’s 2018 Big Buck Contest Winner

Jonathan Callison, Copy Editor/Graphic Designer
February 8, 2019
“Ode to Stan Lee” was created in honor of the late creator of the the Marvel Universe. The illustration won a Gold Key for Scholastic and Runner up for the New York Times.

GLHS Student Wins Art Award

Jonathan Callison, Copy Editor/Graphic Designer
January 24, 2019
The sun sets on the horizon of Houghton Lake on Jan. 1, while another fish trips the flag on a tip-up. The cold temperatures thickened the ice to around 10 inches for a majority of the lake.

Ice is Nice…For Fishing

Jonathan Callison, Copy Editor/Graphic Designer
January 10, 2019
Mason Sears (12) with his 11 point Whitetail buck taken on opening day of the firearm season. Mason Sears was raised to be an outdoorsmen by his family.

Shortage of Hunters?

Jonathan Callison, Copy Editor/Graphic Designer
December 19, 2018
Ann Arbor plans to decrease the Whitetail Deer population in their area. The decision was made in a vote by the Ann Arbor City Council.

Ann Arbor Dropping Dough on Does

Jonathan Callison, Copy Editor/Graphic Designer
November 30, 2018
Breaking Benjamin rocking out on stage at DTE in Clarkston, MI by Auburn Hills. Other bands at the show included Bad Wolves and Nothing More, both who performed before Breaking Benjamin, and the headlining band, Five Finger Death Punch.

Top Three Rock Albums of 2018

Jonathan Callison, Copy Editor/Graphic Designer
November 20, 2018
Archers shoot from the 15 meter line at the Grand Ledge Archery Classic. Volunteers helped with setting up the targets, sponsor signs, target numbers, and even put the shooters tape down on the floor.

GL Archery Classic

Jonathan Callison, Copy Editor/Graphic Designer
October 29, 2018
Farmer Wayne Callison unloads the harvested corn into a wagon. Callison is still working hard at 87 years old.

The Dirt on Farming

Jonathan Callison, Copy Editor/Graphic Designer
October 19, 2018
Team Ghosts military uniform patch.

Extinction Cycle Review

Jonathan Callison, Copy Editor/Graphic Designer
October 5, 2018
13 point Whitetailed Deer looking for Danger.

Whitetail Hunting Preview

Jonathan Callison, Copy Editor/Graphic Designer
September 21, 2018

GLHS Band Marches Off 2018

Jonathan Callison, Copy Editor/Graphic Designer
September 18, 2018
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