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Did You Take Part in Any Thanksgiving or Post-Holiday Traditions?

 By Lauren Hassenzahl    My favorite Thanksgiving traditions are my mom and I always cook Wednesday night and Thursday morning and we eat at noon than at 5:30 pm we go to Walmart to start Black Friday shopping. I think that as I keep getting older I will keep helping my mom with dinner then go shopping with her. When I went Black Friday shopping my mom and I did a little of both. …

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Students from Communications Class

Fresh from our newsroom

A & E

  • Susan B. Anthony Awards
    Congratulations to Aryanna Henry she won the 2018 Susan B. Anthony Art Scholarship Award from the Jackson Women’s
  • 2016 Year in Review
    Sadie F. and Claire C. In 2016 the perfect it couple was Brad and Angelina Jolie Pitt, After six kids, who knew they wou
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    Behind the Scenes
    2016’s theater group has yet to perform another incredible play this winter. Instructor, Ms. Theresa Kuhrt, revealed t
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    Marching Forward
      The marching band at Hanover-Horton is in full swing this fall.  The band director, Mr. Gary Rouster, is getting

Clubs

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    Leaders In Our Community
    The Hanover-Horton National Honor Society is a group of select students who help out the community with different servic
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    GSA
    The Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) or formerly known as Gay Straight Alliance, has a new leader this year. Alex Stovall
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    Homecoming 2016
    As the school year begins, the students at Hanover- Horton look forward  to fall.  High school students love attendin
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    Community Service Club
    Throughout our community, the Community Service Club has been running for 11 years in order to make our the Hanover-Hort

Sports

  • Cheering for Change
    If you were to watch a football game, you would see cheerleaders lining the sidelines, decked out in pretty bows with sm
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    HH Girls Golf
    The Hanover-Horton girl’s golf team is really something special. They are dominating the conference and are having fun
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    JV Volleyball
    It’s another year for the girls at Hanover- Horton High School to represent the JV volleyball team. They are having a
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    Varsity Volleyball Sets the Bar High
    Varsity volleyball at Hanover-Horton has been going strong. Last year was Miss Travis’s last season as head coach of t
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    Underestimated Sport
    “Creating a better world, one student at a time,” is the Hanover-Horton motto. A small home town country area you wo

Student Life

  • Homecoming 2018
        Your high school years are meant to be made memorable. They are supposed to be some of the best memories y
  • Does Grammar Still Matter in the Age of Twitter?
    By Trent Finegan   I think my grammar is pretty good. I use good grammar in everyday life, besides on text. I don’
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    Homecoming 2017
    As fall approaches, the students at Hanover-Horton look forward to Friday night football games. This year, the game the
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    The Next Step
    My goal is to earn an Associate’s degree from Ferris State University in Criminal Justice. I don’t want to work
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    Major Wars
     The Major Wars class is important class to take. “I like to learn different battles of the world”  Kyle Densmore
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    New Weight Room Benefits
        Mr. Johnnie Stewart has been the Hanover-Horton High School gym/weight-training teacher for the past 18 y

Welcome!

Opinion

H-H Writers

  • Hometown
    Hanover The small town that is even smaller on the map. The community that nobody has heard of. For those who live in ha
  • The Small Town of Hanover
    The Small Town of Hanover A soft breeze blows through the trees Leaves fall onto the road with elegant ease Plump and go
  • Hometown Poem
    Hometown Poem Address 49241 Small town, few people Frozen Winters When snowmobilers are out and about And children are b
  • Home
    Home… The smell of cow manure and apples, The sight of camouflage and deer all over the place, The feeling of teamwork
  • My Hometown
    We ride our tractors to school, Even if we aren’t allowed. We leave our fields un-plowed, For next years farming folk.
  • Rural Home
    Fields upon fields as far as the eye can see, Only disrupted by a single tree, A small town many people may not like, Bu

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