Our reporters tackle how students who suffer with anxiety overcome the issues that come with it. We have A recap of the recent Lansing election and a preview of the upcoming firearms season. MSU held it’s 45th annual Black Power Rally. How is different this year? The Spartan Marching band has a special global performance planned for Saturday’s football game halftime show.
Williamston has a common theme throughout the town about their close-knit community feel and environment. Williamston High School not only serves just their students, but it also has opened itself up for business to the whole community, at the Williamston Community Pool and Fitness Center. Williamston High School used to have an outdoor pool open to the school and public, but after it started requiring more and more repairs, the school board decided it would be more costly to keep feeding funds in for repair, rather than opening a new pool. It later filled the outdoor pool and decided to build a brand new pool inside the high school. The high school’s pool, fitness center and track cater to the students, but it also opened up the facilities to the public and anyone who would like to use them.
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The Ingham County Sheriff’s Department chose schools for the program to reach different parts of the county, not to specifically concentrate areas with high opioid use, though it is one concern.