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The Night Before Portfolio

October 15, 2020 7:03pm | Toby Couling

Twas the night before portfolio, And all through the school, Stress filled the hallways. Except for the one, The one who has it done. He has a name and that is York, He’s only sane. A laugh sneaks out. He grabs his things. A crazy […]

2019 Homecoming

November 19, 2019 2:05pm | By Megan Schittenhelm & Sydney Andrulis

  On October 18, 2019 the Comet football team played Vandercook Lake in their homecoming game and they beat Jayhawks. Making it Victory for all the Comets. Hanover court members the freshman representatives were Travis Drennan and Rebecca (Becca) Uphaus. Gabe French and Kelly Fielder […]

Officer Roe

November 14, 2019 3:31pm | Shelby Boden

Being arrested at a young age can affect many people in different ways. One is having the person change their actions and growing up being a cop for Jackson County.  “I’ve been arrested before too. I’ve been arrested when at college, It was Mock rock […]

Homecoming 2018

November 28, 2018 8:07pm | By Cassie Betts

    Your high school years are meant to be made memorable. They are supposed to be some of the best memories you’ll have throughout your life. The saying is you’ll miss it when it’s gone and this year is the year my class will […]

Does Grammar Still Matter in the Age of Twitter?

November 28, 2018 7:19pm | Communications Class

By Trent Finegan   I think my grammar is pretty good. I use good grammar in everyday life, besides on text. I don’t have a Twitter, but I do think it is important to use good grammar so people know what your talking about and […]

Homecoming 2017

October 19, 2017 11:55pm | By Julia Duffrin

As fall approaches, the students at Hanover-Horton look forward to Friday night football games. This year, the game the students and players were most excited about was Homecoming. “Not only the football game, but the whole week is a ton of fun.” Jacob Sauber, senior […]

The Next Step

February 13, 2017 1:08pm | By Kaitlyn Bartley

My goal is to earn an Associate’s degree from Ferris State University in Criminal Justice. I don’t want to work a dead end job that I don’t get excited about doing. I want to have a job that I look forward to doing for the […]

Major Wars

November 10, 2016 8:03pm | By Zach Lewis

 The Major Wars class is important class to take. “I like to learn different battles of the world”  Kyle Densmore said. The class is an elective class and taught by Mr. Bill Flint. “It will teach teenagers history of wars and why they are important […]

New Weight Room Benefits

November 10, 2016 7:52pm | By Louie Jeffries

    Mr. Johnnie Stewart has been the Hanover-Horton High School gym/weight-training teacher for the past 18 years and counting. There has been an addition to the school and that is a new weight room. “The new weight room has made my job a lot easier,” […]