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The Dragons beat Bellevue West 2-1 to win the A-1 District title. The team went on to compete at State again this year.
Up to The Challenge
A Look Back on Our Girls Soccer Season
Avery Hansen, Reporter • May 14, 2024
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Blake Hawkins (24) is preparing to throw in the shot put event at the A-1 District Track meet on May 7. He placed fourth overall with a throw of 49 1.
GHS Hosts District Track Meet
May 9, 2024

Gretna High School hosted the District A1 track meet on May 7. The day-long event brought in competitors from across the metropolitan area.

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Springing Into The New Season
March 14, 2024

As the winter season comes to an end, spring sports start to blossom. At GHS six different teams will compete throughout the rest of the school...

Zach Bryan on the floor at CHI.  Bryan left the stage during the concert to be closer to fans. 
Photo submitted by Juliette Lilla
Zach Bryan Leaves CHI Crowd Breathless
Sydney Malone, Reporter • May 6, 2024
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The 2024 GHS Oscars
Cadee McCoid, Co-editor • March 11, 2024
One Day by David Nichols, follows Emma Morley and Dexter Mayhew on their journey as friends and soulmates over the course of nearly two decades. Released on Feb. 7 last month, it was made into a TV show on Netflix, with the series gaining attention as a beautiful rom-com.
"One Day," Three Ways
Mary Jane Kushiner, Reporter • March 4, 2024
Just some of the tabs collected for Macy Eitzmanns Comp II project. The tabs will be recycled for money to help with utilility bills at Ronald McDonald House.
Senior Makes a Difference With Her English Assignment
Pop Tabs Help Ronald McDonald House
Maddie Almquist, Reporter • May 9, 2024

Making a difference in the community can be something small. It can be as small as a class assignment. In senior Macy Eitzmann’s Composition...

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Current junior Mia Yungtum shoots photos at a 2022 football game. GHS Journalism includes online journalism and yearbook classes.
Writing, Photography and Community
Journalism Tells GHS Stories
Cadee McCoid, Editor in chief • April 18, 2024

Walking through the halls of GHS, it is not uncommon to hear the squeaks of shoes on the gym floor or echoes of the choir practicing in harmony....

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A tornado in the distance on April. The photo was taken from near Nebraska Crossing. 
Photo courtesy of Tiffani Boyd
If Only It Were a Dream
GHS Football Helps With Tornado Relief Effort
Sarah Kula, Reporter • May 20, 2024

In “The Wizard of Oz,” a twister rolls through, but, in the end, Dorothy just wakes up and everything looks alright, with everything back...

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Moving Across the Highway
Moving Across the Highway
May 15, 2024

With the 2023-2024 school year coming to a close, administrators have started to make plans for next year. Several GHS teachers, from various...

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Teaching Assistants Offer Help
May 1, 2024

Relationships are one of the most important things that students form while being in school. GHS has some selected students to TA for teachers....

Mikayla Rogers (27), Samantha Thiellen (27), Caroline Mix (25), Story Keffer (26) and Devin Rogers (25) are all members of the GHS Slam Poetry Club.  The group has done well at recent competition.

Photo submitted by Slam Poetry Club
Winning With Words
April 25, 2024

Slam Poetry is one of the strongest versions of poetry because it gets people to stop and listen. It is designed to be short and sweet, so writers...

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Bringing Hope
April 24, 2024

Encouraging inclusivity and a feeling of belonging in any type of community is essential for the mental health of the people within it. The Hope...

Dressed in business attire, sophomores Sarah Kula, Sarah Doble and Kelsey Van Waart competed at state FBLA. The event took place in Kearney on April 11-13. Photo submitted by Christine Swantek
We Mean More Than Business
Opinion: Great Skills Gained in FBLA
Sarah Kula, Reporter • April 30, 2024

FBLA can be something to write on a resume to impress colleges and future employers or it can be something more. For me and many other active...

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Brynne Friedrich, GHS class of 2024. 

Photo courtesy Friedrich family.
13.5 Days Left, but Who’s Counting?
Personal Column: The Life of One Senior, Class of 2024
Brynne Friedrich, Reporter • April 19, 2024

As our final days in high school begin to unfold, seniors are filled with anticipation of what's next to come. While it may not have hit all...

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Gaston (senior Grant Pilant) impresses Claire Miller, Hannah Boldt, Gia Lacey and Julia Lewis.
Photo Slideshow: 'Beauty And The Beast'
GHS Musical Brought in Crowds
Mia Yungtum, Reporter • May 3, 2024

The GHS spring musical, "Beauty and the Beast," played to big crowds during its run from April 25 through 28. The show is based on the Disney...