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Head Above Water

Head Above Water

March 12, 2019

It is seven in the morning on a dark and cold Saturday. The cold water of the GLSHS Natatorium runs through Jordyn Miller’s body as she dives in. Early practices like those are most common on weeken...

Black History Month

William Beddick, News Editor

March 1, 2019

Frederick Douglass, Sojourner Truth, Martin Luther King Jr., Aretha Franklin, Barack Obama are just a few of the names that can come to mind when the words “Black History Month” are heard from Twitter, News Stations, and (even still) radios. As heard on the announcements, Social Studies Teacher, Mrs. Leeper, embraced the importance of Black History Month not only during free time like Lunch and Learn, but also in less...

Sofia Herr

Sofia Herr

William Beddick, News Editor

January 4, 2019

“I started to take art seriously in the sixth grade, but I’ve always been drawing since I was little.” said rising artist, Sofia Herr. Since the age of five, Herr was doodling in sketchbooks fil...

Mr. Brandt, Mr. Mains, Mrs. Mack, Mrs. Reisz, Mrs. Faust, and Ms. Reibel in front of High Tech High School.

High Tech High

January 4, 2019

At Greater Latrobe Senior High School, a new way of educating, commonly known as PBL, has begun in many classes. The biggest push for PBL has been through the field trip to High Tech High School in San...

Students gather in the commons area to remember those victims from the Tree of Life Synagogue during lunch time.

In Remembrance

December 4, 2018

“I felt a call for action,” said global studies and European history teacher Mrs. Pellegrino helped students to create the vigil held in the commons area at GLSHS for the Tree of Life shooting victi...

New Latrobe Police Chief Sleasman

New Latrobe Police Chief Sleasman

November 14, 2018

Latrobe police chief Jim Bumar retired from his 8.5 year reign as the chief and his 34.5 career being a part of the Latrobe Police Department on August 31st, 2018. Then, the Latrobe Police Department h...

Gone Too Soon

Gone Too Soon

William Beddick, News Editor

October 17, 2018

Six months ago, a Latrobe woman mysteriously went missing. Her blind dog was found and her burnt car was located a few days later. Now, the case feels cold. According to Kathe Gross, the police are dum...

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