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Building Bonds around the Table

May 14, 2019

Peaceful piano music and a delicious meal were in great abundance at this year’s Senior Appreciation Luncheon. This year, over 300 community members had time to sit back, relax, and catch up with friend...

A Look at EWCTC

A Look at EWCTC

May 14, 2019

Allied Health This program is an eighteen-week internship offered to students at Greater Latrobe, Derry, and Ligonier Valley who may be interested in a career in the healthcare industry.  During t...

A Successful Winterguard Season

A Successful Winterguard Season

Sydney Laidacker, Staff Writer

March 31, 2019

This is the first time ever that Latrobe has been able to place high in competitions and win them. “The team is have so much success this year,” says Mrs. Pellegrino. “We're really becoming like t...

Tate McElheny: The Broadway Bound Star

March 13, 2019

When did you start performing? I’ve been performing since I was about 7 years old. What was your first performance? My first performance was as a noun in Schoolhouse Rock live... it was pretty legendary! Do you perform anywhere outside of school? If so where? Yes, I’ve performed at many different places throughout my life like the Lamp Theater in Irwin, Ligonier Theatre, and the Byham Theater in Pittsburgh....

Kayla Holsopple + Music = Perfect Match

Tayler Weaver, Staff Writer

March 12, 2019

Kayla Holsopple is not your typical Greater Latrobe senior. She is the conductor of the senior high marching band and is striving toward her dream of a career in music every day. She first started playing the trumpet in the fifth grade. “I was convinced by Jacob Burkey and Jaden Getz because they really wanted me to be a part of the camaraderie,” says Holsopple, “I have since switched to playing the tuba, and real...

Man of La Mancha: Tech Week

Man of La Mancha: Tech Week

March 7, 2019

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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...

Do It Yourself Bird Feeders

February 27, 2019

D.I.Y. Bird Feeders   Materials: 20 oz. Plastic bottle (you can use gatorade, soda, tea, any bottle works) Two wooden spoons Sharpie marker Craft knife Scissors Floral wire Bird Seeds   Directions: Step 1:  Using a sharpie marker, draw a small circle on one side of the bottle about 4 inches from the bottom. Cut it out using the craft knife and make sure the end of the spoon fits ...

Press Release: Man of La Mancha

Press Release: Man of La Mancha

February 21, 2019

Man of La Mancha written by Dale Wasserman music by Mitch Leigh lyrics by Joe Darion original production staged by Albert Marre originally produced by Albert W. Selden and Hal James Produced under ...

Musical Dedication

Musical Dedication

Sydney Laidacker, Staff Writer

January 25, 2019

Man of La Mancha is now starting to become a Broadway production at GLHS Auditorium! Last week was the first true practice of the musical.  The cast is full of excitement, determination, and they all...

“What Time Is It? Show Time!”

“What Time Is It? Show Time!”

January 25, 2019

Hamilton Takes The Stage In Pittsburgh Hamilton: An American Musical became an instant success when it opened on Broadway in 2015. It portrays the life of the ten dollar founding father, Alexander Ham...

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