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Art teacher lands dream job

Mercy Gichobi, Editor

January 4, 2020

Achieving her dream job on the first try, Allyson Carvosky accomplished what many wish for. In a fortuitous chance, she was able to land her dream job straight out of college in the Howard-Suamico School District. Feeling comfortable...

School shootings getting closer to home

Emily Zellner, Editor

January 4, 2020

In the past couple of weeks Wisconsin has seen more violent threats and shootings. On December 2 at Waukesha South High School, a student aimed a pellet gun at the school resource officer, who shot the student. The next day a...

Acting on a new level

By Sarah Hart

February 13, 2019

There are many theatrical opportunities at Bay Port, however, there is one extracurricular that seems to remain less advertised to students looking to be involved in the theater program. One Act is a short play that is taken t...

Mr. Bay Port celebrates 20 years on the stage

Mercy Gichobi, Overal Managing Editor

January 27, 2019

Incredible, marvelous, hilarious, and a huge success, were just a few words that were used to describe the 20th annual Bay Port Guy Pageant, that was held on Jan 24. “It was so funny and cute, I can’t believe I’ve never been to on...

Backup QB takes big role for Pirates in the playoffs

Preston Cedergren, Contributing Editor

January 24, 2019

  Andrew Thomas started the football season thinking his main role for the Pirates would be place holding on extra points and field goals. But during week nine of FRCC action Bay Port senior, Jake Plummer, went down ha...

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