The Galena Key Club gathered together last week to make tie blankets for a cause. In the past, the club has made and donated blankets to childrens hospitals, but with COVID-19, they are not accepting donations. Insted, they were kindly donated to a fellow GHS freshman, Abbey Ehrler, who has a blanket making hobby, and she is going to donate them from there. “I was so thankful to receive so many blankets for my collection,” said Abbey Ehrler ‘24. “It makes me happy to see others doing what I love to do and spend a lot of my time on. Thank you to the Galena Key Club for all of your hard work.”

Spotlights on GHS Key Club

Kate Moran, Staff Writer
April 22, 2021

Michael Beadle

March 25, 2021
Movie Review: Enola Holmes

Movie Review: Enola Holmes

Jenna Smith, Staff Writer
March 24, 2021
Snow covered skiis and trees bring joy to high schoolers on their snow day. I have never skied before this year, but I truly love it and it is even more fun in the fresh snow, said Morgan McIntyre 21. Students make the most of their time off whether it is hitting the slopes, hanging out in front of the heater, or catching up on school work.

Snow Day Smiles

Kate Moran, Staff Writer
February 16, 2021
This is a view from the school on a beautiful fall day. Augustana is located in Rock Island, Illinois.

College Profile: Augustana College

Ava Miller, Staff Writer
February 1, 2021
Five Good Reads

Five Good Reads

Corrina Noble, Editor in Chief
January 19, 2021
2020 was a weird year

2020 was a weird year

Michael Beadle, Staff Writer
January 13, 2021
The closet thing our seniors have gotten to a class photo thus far, is a selfie in math class on the first day of school. I am hopeful our class will be able to come together as one and get a class photo by the end of the year, said Morgan McIntyre 21. Those are the kind of memories I want to be able to look back on, but for now, a selfie, in class, with a mask will do. These are the pictures that will remind us of how abnormal our year was.

Senioritis Hits Hard in 2021

Kate Moran, Staff Writer
January 12, 2021
 Helping get people in the holiday spirit, Kristin Hall ‘21 and Maggie Handfelt ‘21 help set up the Luminaria. The Luminaria is a great way to get involved in the community while spreading holiday cheer and we can’t wait for the opportunity to do it again.

Christmas with the Key Club

Jenna Smith, Staff Writer
December 31, 2020

Teachers Struggle During Pandemic 

Ava Miller, Staff Writer
December 31, 2020
Fireworks light up the sky on December 5, 2020 as locals and tourists gather socially distanced around town to watch. Hot chocolate in hand, and winter coats on, its certainly not the weather conditions one imagines watching fireworks in, but it is more than a unique experience. This time of year has its natural beauty, so the added festivity to that is just that much more memorable.

Hometown Holiday Spirit

Kate Moran, Staff Writer
December 16, 2020
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