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Parent’s Night Out fundraiser gives families a welcome break

Parent’s Night Out fundraiser gives families a welcome break

By HAILEY AMBROSE, staff writer The junior class is sponsoring a fundraiser to fund this year’s prom. They are calling it “Parents Time Out.” On Sunday, February 25, from 3-7…

Firefighter recruiter visits school

Firefighter recruiter visits school

By ANISA ARNOLD and ALEX EVANS, staff writers University of Alaska Fairbanks representative Selina Sam came to the high school on Feb. 5 to recruit seniors who are graduating and…

Prom theme decided by junior class

Prom theme decided by junior class

By ANISA ARNOLD and JADA ARNOLD, staff writer “Votes have been counted in the themes presented and the top choice for Prom 2018 theme is Red Carpet, featuring the song…

Sled Shop life

Sled Shop life

By DANA SOURS, staff writer A few Wednesday evenings ago, I spent an hour with Doug McClure, a resident advisor at Ptarmigan Hall, and the rest of the Sled Shop…

Kailey Jo returns to bring wellness for GILA students

Kailey Jo returns to bring wellness for GILA students

By WASSILLIE GUST, staff writer “Kids are worthy and capable of all possibilities and can succeed no matter what trials or trauma they faced,” said Kailey Jo Erickson, who is…

Young poet slams audience at Open Mic night

Young poet slams audience at Open Mic night

By LONDON KEPLINGER, editor A single poem, held under scrutiny beside almost a dozen musical pieces almost begs to be marked off as dull, yet during Octobers open mic night,…

Phlight Club returning to Galena

Phlight Club returning to Galena

By ANDREW HOOVER, staff writer Phlight Club will be arriving to Galena on Friday, Nov. 3 and continuing through the weekend. Students need to fill out an application this year,…

Returning music and arts director brings uplifting message to Jamboree

Returning music and arts director brings uplifting message to Jamboree

By ALEX EVANS, staff writer Kailey Jo Erickson was asked to speak at this year’s Yukon Jamboree about the community and how it needs healthy and sober activities. She was…

First open mic is a success

First open mic is a success

By LONDON KEPLINGER, staff writer The first open mic night of the year, held on September 21 in the Student Union Building on the GILA campus, was a success. Open…

Spending your PFD sensibly

Spending your PFD sensibly

By WASSILLIE GUST, staff writer For one GILA dorm aide, this year’s $1,100 PFD means honoring his father. Delbert Mitchell said that he is going to “buy Christmas gifts in…