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World news: week of 10/3/17

World news: week of 10/3/17

Liam Carcieri, Student Writer

October 5, 2017


Filed under News

This week has been a remarkably eventful week: Early on in the week, there was a horrendous mass shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada, which left 59 dead and over 400 injured; the shooter died on the scene. On top of this being a terrible tragedy, it has also reignited the controversial debate on gun control. There...

Cast your vote for GNA at Froggy 101

Cast your vote for GNA at Froggy 101

Kaeley Zatorski and Edited by: Madelyn Bugdonovitch

October 5, 2017


Filed under Band & Chorus, News

The GNA Music Department has been nominated to participate in a contest sponsored by Froggy 101, with the help of Domiano Eye Care in Clarks Summit, that can potentially make a huge difference in our school.  Some of the money earned from the upcoming “Guitars & Stars” concert, held on Tuesday, ...

We’ve got your back

We’ve got your back

Liam Carcieri and Madelyn Bugdonovitch

September 29, 2017


Filed under Community News

The recent hurricanes which have struck the Southern United States have left the area devastated. Many have lost family and property, and are without necessities. Additionally, a new school year is beginning for many of the affected children. School districts in Luzerne County, Wyoming County, and the ...

Celebrating 50 years: Greater Nanticoke Area High School

Celebrating 50 years: Greater Nanticoke Area High School

Liam Carcieri, Student Writer

September 18, 2017


Filed under Campus Life, News

Whether you are a freshman or senior, this year is important to all Trojans. The 2017-2018 school year marks the 50th anniversary Greater Nanticoke Area High School. For the last half century, the teachers and staff at Greater Nanticoke Area have been dedicated to education and the betterment of the commu...

Did you know?

Madelyn Bugdonovitch, Student Writer

June 14, 2017


Filed under Community News

Early History: Nanticoke, as you many know, was named after an indigenous tribe who inhabited the Northeastern part of America. The tribe called themselves the Nentego, which is translated as "Tidewater People." Wilkes-Barre was originally founded in the 1750s by a man named John Durkee. Once t...

Roundabouts on the rise

Roundabouts on the rise

Trevor Grohowski, Student Writer

May 25, 2017


Filed under News

Many different cities are seeing a change to their roadways. It is occurring at one of the most dangerous places on the road- intersections. Intersections account for more than forty percent of accidents in the United States, the second highest category of accidents, second only to fender benders....

Kennedy Early Childhood Center

Kennedy Early Childhood Center

Aaron Miller, Editor and Writer

April 27, 2017


Filed under Campus Life, Features, News

On April 27, 2017, the groundbreaking of the new Kennedy Early Childhood Center on the Greater Nanticoke Area campus was held. School officials, students, and parents had the opportunity to attend. The ceremony began with superintendent, Dr. Ronald Grevera, giving his remarks on the project. All of the invited students led the ...

People you should know

People you should know

Liam Carcieri, Editor

April 14, 2017


Filed under Community News

William Penn William Penn, born October 14, 1644 in London, England, is a name that is familiar to anyone living in Pennsylvania. William Penn was a Quaker and an early supporter of democracy and religious freedom. Penn inherited the lands of Pennsylvania and Delaware from his father who had received them ...

History of Saint Patrick’s Day

Eric Jeffries, Student Writer

March 18, 2017


Filed under News

Everyone is proud of their heritage. We all know where our ancestors came from and will tell others about our family origins without hesitation. On March 17th however, there are only two types of people: those who are Irish and those who wish they were.  Saint Patrick’s Day is an annual celebration...

The 2017 Inauguration of Donald Trump

The 2017 Inauguration of Donald Trump

Harley LaRue, Student Writer

January 5, 2017


Filed under News

Since 1937, Inauguration Day has taken place on January 20th following a presidential election. The most recent presidential inauguration ceremony was the swearing in of Donald Trump on January 20th, 2017. The inauguration was attended by political leaders, senators, governors, and millions of Americans...

Meet the mayor

Meet the mayor

Lindsay Wiaterowski (original writer) and Dylan White (uploaded by)

October 14, 2016


Filed under Community News

A mayor is the elected head of a city, town, or other municipality that is administered by a city manager. A person who decides to run for this position must be motivated by the right reasons. He or she must want to make positive changes in their community and be a visionary who sees things not as they...

A year in review: 2016

A year in review: 2016

Harley LaRue, Student Writer and Editor

June 9, 2016


Filed under Community News

Throughout the year of 2016, the world has seen the good, the bad, and the ugly. 2016 was a year filled with chaos and laughter. While some longed to the see the year finally end, others were saddened upon the arrival of 2017. A lot changed in 2016, both for the good and the bad. Not only did things ch...

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