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Little Hawks wrestlers train for the future

Little Hawks wrestlers train for the future

By MARY COOLIDGE and CHRIS SEMAKEN, staff writers The Little Hawks wrestlers are preparing for the Galena Intersquad Rumble (GIR) at the GILA gym to face challenges on the mat…

Christmas musical decks the halls with go-go boots

Christmas musical decks the halls with go-go boots

By ANGELICA FIRMIN, staff writer Holiday spirit thrives in December and there will be plenty of it on Dec. 9, 10, and 11 in the GILA auditorium during the new…

Annual Intersquad rumble pits seniors against staff

Annual Intersquad rumble pits seniors against staff

By ANTHONY LYON, staff writer The annual Galena Hawks wrestlers Intersquad Rumble is 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 2, in the GILA campus gym. The high school wrestlers are going to…

Native dancers reform group for this year

Native dancers reform group for this year

By TIRZAH BRYANT, staff writer The Native dance group, run by Ptarmigan Hall programming coordinator Kailey Jo Erickson, has recently started up again for the 2016-2017 school year. Kailey Jo…

Student survey has interesting results

Student survey has interesting results

By AUTUMN JENSEN-ROEHL,editor The most recent student opinion survey of the school had some astonishing results. The survey was the seventh sent out to all of the GILA and SHS…

Losing your marbles, on purpose

Losing your marbles, on purpose

By MARY COOLIDGE and CHRIS SEMAKEN, staff writers Resident advisor Chuck Peterson hides homemade marbles on the GILA campus made from borosilicate glass and asks students to find them. “We…

Students earning food handler’s permits get praise from state

Students earning food handler’s permits get praise from state

By TIRZAH BRYANT and KALA HENDRICKSON, staff writers Ten students in Ruth. Ross’ Nutrition and Food Preparation class received their food handler’s cards and praise from state officials who delivered…

Presidential election survey shows student distaste for candidates

Presidential election survey shows student distaste for candidates

By AUTUMN JENSEN-ROEHL, editor, and COREY TUZROYLUKE, staff writer Students overwhelmingly chose to not select any of the presidential candidates or were unsure of their decision for the 2016 election,…

Winners announced for Halloween art contest

Winners announced for Halloween art contest

By KAT WILDE, staff writer The winners of the first-ever Halloween art contest at GILA’s Two Seasons dining hall were second grader Danica Billings and seventh graders Lucas Enchenique. The…

Pumpkin winner plans to pass out pies

Pumpkin winner plans to pass out pies

By ANGELICA FIRMIN, staff writer Not many can brag about owning a 60-pound pumpkin, but Sarah Brown can after winning the Galena cross-country running team’s Giant Pumpkin Raffle on Oct.…