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This year’s Iditarod checkpoint is on the GILA campus

This year’s Iditarod checkpoint is on the GILA campus

By AARON MUNTER and DONAL SPIGHT, staff writers For the first time, the GILA campus will be used as a checkpoint for this year’s Iditarod. Seventy-eight teams will be entering…

Ptarmigan Hall Native Dancers headed to FNA

Ptarmigan Hall Native Dancers headed to FNA

By CEDRIC TALL, staff writer The Ptarmigan Hall Native Dance Group is going to the Festival of Native Arts in Fairbanks at the UAF campus in the Charles Davis Concert…

January students of the month honored at assembly

January students of the month honored at assembly

By DYLAN ORR, staff writer The January students of the month were honored for outstanding behavior and academic excellence during the assembly at the SHS gym on Wednesday, Feb. 11.…

Young Life volunteers from throughout the state come to Galena

Young Life volunteers from throughout the state come to Galena

By DOROTHY WILLIAMS, staff writer Young Life representatives from all over the state gathered to Galena during the last week of January to encourage and train the people who are…

New cosmetology classes attracting lots of student interest

New cosmetology classes attracting lots of student interest

By NICOLE SMART, staff writer Cosmetology has returned to GILA. The new cosmetology teacher, Liza Ashley, is teaching one course this semester, Introduction to Cosmetology. The school has been without…

Dorm RA writes and scores musical over Christmas break

Dorm RA writes and scores musical over Christmas break

By AUTUMN JENSEN-ROEHL, staff writer Resident advisor Natalie Olender wrote the musical Nothing to Do over the Christmas break. The musical is loosely based on Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing.…

First Open Mic Night of the year features songs, poetry

First Open Mic Night of the year features songs, poetry

The first Open Mic Night of the year presented singing, guitars, percussion, and poetry in the GILA student union building on Thursday, Jan. 29. The full house had a great…

Trapping club runs line behind school, brings in furs

Trapping club runs line behind school, brings in furs

By CEDRIC TALL, staff writer “I enjoy being outside and seeing and learning about wildlife,” said Lou Karlberg, a Ptarmigan Hall resident advisor in charge of trapping club every Sunday…

Freezer food survives dining hall fire

Freezer food survives dining hall fire

By DOROTHY WILLIAMS, staff writer Even though the school lost much of its food from the fire last week at the Two Seasons Dining Hall, practically all of the contents…

Quick thinking by teachers and staff saved dining hall from fire

Quick thinking by teachers and staff saved dining hall from fire

By AARON MUNTER and DYLAN ORR, staff writers With additional reporting by SARAH BROWN The quick response by teachers, dorm staff, and many other district employees yesterday (Monday, Jan. 12)…