The Scholastic Bowl team goes head and head with the faculty staff to prepare for their upcoming tournament. Pictured, Evelyn Larson, Zach Ehrler, Henrey Larson, Lochlan Nowatzki from the scholastic team and Mrs. Siese, Mr.Noble, and Mr. Tancrell from the faculty. The scholastic bowl team won with a narrow stretched of 330-320. The faculty vs. team scholastic bowl was a fun experience.  “They have a great team.  While we all had a blast, we are ready for a rematch.  We made some beginner mistakes that we have learned from and have adjusted our approach” said Watson.

Scholastic Bowl team prepares for the playoff season

Sadie Sedbrook, Staff Writer
February 19, 2019

Mother Nature steals summer days from GHS students

Ainsley Holland, Editor
February 4, 2019
BTS speaks after their concert in Chicago. This concert was the first of two at the United Center during their Love Yourself Tour in 2018. “Having my first concert be in the pit was the best decision I made all year. It was truly surreal,” said Senior Marion Schultz.

Behind the scenes of a beyond the scene concert

Marion Schultz, Staff Writer
February 4, 2019
Merry Christmas from Galena’s NHS and FFA. Chance Wills ‘20, Conner Einsweiller ‘19, Sophia Heisler ‘19, Lizzy Eaton ‘20, Samantha Stoffregen ‘19, Kenzie Casper ‘20, Evelyn Larson ‘19, Shea Curran ‘19, Sawyer Quick ‘19, and Abby Moyer ‘19 gather around the tree they created for Christmas gift donations. GHS students took a tag off the tree, and brought in whatever gift was on the tag, then placed their donated gift under the tree for a local family. “Helping out families in our community is one of my favorite things we do,” said Casper. “It is awesome to see all the gifts that students bring in to donate, it makes me so happy!”

Spreading Holiday Cheer

Lizzy Eaton, Staff Writer
February 4, 2019
Slices for Servant Leadership. Maddie Miller, Sami Wasmund, Olivia Kropp, and Mackenzie Muehleip, all class of 2020, sell slices of pizza in the morning before school. Many people, including teachers, purchase slices of pizza when they get to school in the morning. “People get so excited when they walk in the door and there is pizza being sold,” said Olivia Kropp. “When people have early classes they enjoy being able to come get pizza before the actual school day starts!”

Servant leadership strives to give back

Maddie Miller, Staff Writer
February 4, 2019
We do for fun what most people fear more than death. The members of the 2018-2019 speech team pose for their team shot. From left, Coach Susan Bookless, Sophia Getz ‘20, Emilly Folks ‘19, Robert Schuh ‘19 and Judas Benson ‘21. “This has been a really great experience,” said Schuh. “I feel like I’ve really grown as a performer this year.” The team is getting ready for the state series competition in February.

Growing speech team excited for future

Judas Benson, Staff Writer
February 4, 2019
Dodge, dip, duck, dive, and dodge. Sophmore boys dominate the junior boys in the championship game. “I was so proud of our team because I didn’t think we were going to win” says Jacob Townsend ‘21. Money raised at the Frosty Frolic is used by the NHS’ annual Giving Tree.

Frosty competition for charity

Jack Einsweiler, Staff Writer
February 4, 2019

Wood you like to give back? GHS has many chances for students to contribute before the semester ends. Pictured above is the NHS Giving Tree. There is also Elk dinner tickets available and raffle tickets for an Apple Watch on sale, which is all for a good cause. Abbey Ehrler ‘21 said, “Giving back makes me feel so happy!

Tis’ the season to be giving

Grace Wilhelm, Staff Writer
December 17, 2018
It started with a sentence

It started with a sentence

Marion Schultz, Staff Writer
November 15, 2018
Broken ankle, broken dreams

Broken ankle, broken dreams

Drew Wasson, Staff Writer
November 15, 2018
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