How Palm Harbor Happenings benefits the community

How ‘Palm Harbor Happenings’ benefits the community

Delaney Wildermuth, Student Reporter October 24, 2019

The Tampa Bay area has a unique sense of local pride; The ‘Palm Harbor Happenings’ Facebook group has been operating since Dec. of 2013 for the purpose of bettering the close-knit community. The...

19th St. is blocked with road closed signs, a pile of dirt, draining water, and a CAT excavator. Residents living off of this road face issues with driving to and from places.

19th St. closes, re-opens, and closes again

Emma Behrmann, Editor in Chief September 12, 2019

An excavator crane, pile of dirt, and drainage block the path to several Palm Harbor homes. 19th St. has closed, re-opened, and closed again within the past two weeks.   19th St. provides...

Showing off the special TBH balloons. Rachel Giaquinto, Hannah Pinnell, Ansley Acree, Mackenzie Mills, Natalie Tajeddine, Lily Fragola (20), and Sophia Sesi (19) celebrate the end of the 2019 book on the annual distribution day.

Yearbook Distribution Day 2019

Kalista Photopulos, Staff Reporter May 17, 2019

With the yearbook coming out every single year, each one being different and unique these are the schools last four.

Going page by page

Kalista Photopulos, Staff Reporter December 20, 2018

Wanted: Social, outgoing people who are dedicated to working with a team of unique individuals in order to create a physical memory of your high school experience. Reward: A new passion and an unforgettable...

Heading to the next stop in the city, Tori Reece (‘19) can’t seem to hide her excitement. “It was a really amazing experience because not a lot of people get to say they’ve been,” Reece said.

Warm hearts head to the cold

Kalista Photopulos, Staff Reporter December 3, 2018

Shaking girls, forced smiles, and a sea of green poms poms over 500 cheerleaders; the coldest Macy’s Day Thanksgiving parade reported happened to take place this Nov. 2018. Seven senior cheerleaders...

The Coolside Gelato building may look the same, but new changes are happening on the inside.

Coolside’s Glow Up

Allyson May, Staff Reporter September 26, 2018

Coolside Gelato is favored by most people in the Palm Harbor area. They opened in 2013 and their business has had a great breakthrough. They’ve gotten pretty popular with the public by being featured...

Fortnite Season 4 Update

Fortnite Season 4 Update

Andy Blair, Sports Editor May 11, 2018

Over the last eight months, Fortnite has taken the gaming world by storm. Fortnite had a peak of 3.4 million of concurrent players back in March which is currently the third most in the world behind only...

Player of the Week: Mitch Farris

Player of the Week: Mitch Farris

Andy Blair, Sports Editor March 20, 2018

With high school baseball in full swing, Palm Harbor University has had some standout players. One of those players is junior pitcher Mitch Farris. Mitch Farris has been on the PHU baseball team for...

Moving in the right direction

Moving in the right direction

Andy Blair, Sports Editor January 26, 2018

The PHU boys basketball team has had a rough start to this season, and currently holds a 6-12 record, 0-9 in one of the most competitive districts in the state. Despite this adversity, the team has been...

The Most Glamorous Run

The Most Glamorous Run

Alexis Cesarini and Emma Behrmann November 3, 2017

Just because it’s the 'Glam Run' doesn’t mean walking isn’t allowed. The only rule is to wear pink. On Saturday, October 14, Palm Harbor University’s Center for Wellness and Medical Professions...

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