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Brighton votes yes on bond

Natalie Stafford, Co-Editor In Chief

November 12, 2019

While schools were closed on Nov. 5, the Brighton community voted on a $59 million bond to bring new improvements to the Brighton Area Schools. Within a few hundred votes, the outcome of the vote was positive and improvements t...

Brighton hosts East Kentwood for the District Championship

Aidan Riley, Sports & Entertainment Editor

November 8, 2019

The Brighton Bulldogs host the East Kentwood Falcons in the district championship this week, and are hoping for a different outcome from last season. In 2018, the Bulldogs played their first playoff game at East Kentwood and lost ...

Election day is coming

Jacob Klonowski, Staff Writer

November 1, 2019

Election day is what sets our nation apart from the others. Every November, the first Tuesday after November first, our country goes to the poll booths to help decide one of our next leaders.  Every four years, the main election occurs...

Holiday events happening soon

Lucas Vasconcelos, Staff Writer

October 30, 2019

A great event is coming in Downtown Brighton on Main Street on Nov. 23 called Holiday Glow. Every year it is a fun event with lights, live music, decorations, and high energy people. It’s a good opportunity to attract children...

Ally Harris (12), supported by Ty Catner (12) and Alex Crouse (11), addresses freshmen at the Yellow Ribbon assembly on October 22. Speakers shared resources and stories in the spirit of suicide and mental illness awareness.

Yellow Ribbon Week at BHS

October 29, 2019

Exam week woes

Peyton Galloway, Copy Editor

October 29, 2019

This year many things have changed at Brighton High School. No phones in class, no after school tutoring, and for exams, no sip-and-study. How are the students going to prepare for exams? Senior Valerie Minnick, the vice president o...

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