Opening night for Little Shop of Horrors

Opening night for Little Shop of Horrors ​ Makayla Coffee, Editor-in-Chief , Emily Alaniz, Managing Editor   On March 23, Roosevelt’s production of Little House of Horrors made its debut.   Little shop of Horrors revolves around the main character Seymour, played by senior Austin Charlebois, who discovers a unique plant that will soon bring him fame. […]

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Marching for their Lives

Marching for their lives Emma Rankine, Business Editor and Wendy Guzman, Reporter   This weekend, The Women’s March held another march, the March For Our Lives, on Washington D.C. against gun violence and for gun control.   AP Government students alongside AP Government teacher Marshall Wymore and history teacher Melissa White attended the march.   The group left […]

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Boys swim and dive team tops Taylor

Emily Alaniz, Managing Editor and Makayla Coffee, Editor-In-Chief   The boys swim and dive team dominated at their home meet Thursday night over a different type of competition for them, Taylor Truman.   With Taylor’s team being very small compared to the Bear’s, many of the swimmers got the opportunity to swim different events that they usually […]

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Girls’ basketball takes first round at Districts

Matt Trusewicz and Deven Blight, Reporters    On Monday, the Girl’s varsity basketball team played the Carlson Marauders in the first round of districts. The girls won a tough battle against Carlson, 54-42, extending their time in districts.    In the fourth period, both the teams kept taking the lead from one another, making it a tough […]

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Bears take on wrestling state championship

Caitlyn Sloat and Nicholas McPhall, Reporters ​    Friday March 2, through Saturday March 3, three students from RHS attended the state wrestling meet for Michigan High Schools. ​“It’s a whole different ball game, than if you’re at a regular season tournament. You’ll see someone [at the state tournament] and be like ‘dang he’s ranked […]

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Baseball wins league game against Kennedy

Emma Rankine, Business Editor and Wendy Guzman, Reporter   Yesterday the varsity baseball team won a game against Taylor Kennedy 2-0. This game makes their league score 4-1.   The game started off slowly, with no runs being scored until the fifth inning.   In the bottom of the fifth inning, junior Jacob Gilbert hit a double which […]

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