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Students discuss military plans

Students discuss military plans

November 10, 2017

Kris Kerley “I wanted to follow my grandpa's footsteps. He has always been a big role model in my life and to start out the way he did would mean the world to me. Also, a little money never hurt anybody,” Lynn Hurley “Joi...

Jacob Hallett

Jacob Hallett

November 4, 2017

“I always try to stay positive because negativity spreads easier. It doesn’t work though.” ...

Mya Beltran

Mya Beltran

September 28, 2017

“My best friend made me see how great the world can be. I couldn’t do anything without her”

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New drug testing policy begins

New drug testing policy begins

Madison Pate and Ashley Adams

November 14, 2017

Recently the board of education changed the school's drug testing policy.  In addition to the random selection each month, every student involved in any extracurricular activity...

Students win big at bowling contest

Students win big at bowling contest

November 10, 2017

Choir fares well in All-Region

Choir fares well in All-Region

November 6, 2017

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Students attend national convention

Students attend national convention

November 17, 2017

MHS Media staff members Nadia Brown and Veronica Murphy are currently attending the JEA/NSPA Fall National High School Journalism Convention in Dallas, Texas. They arrived...

Practice makes perfect

Practice makes perfect

November 10, 2017

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New chairs arrive for gym

New chairs arrive for gym

Ashley Adams and Madison Pate

November 14, 2017No Comments

Principal and athletic director Mark Manchester recently reported that the new chairs for the gym floor have arrived in time for the basketball season. “The old chairs were worn out and were clo...

Lions basketball starts strong

Lions basketball starts strong

November 10, 2017

Basketball season returns this week

Basketball season returns this week

November 6, 2017

Helmets & Heels ceremony held

Helmets & Heels ceremony held

October 6, 2017

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Solutions exist for bullying

Nadia Brown
November 7, 2017

Note – This is the third installment of a multi-part series of staff opinion pieces regarding the issue of bullying. Bullying has been a problem for pretty much forever. It may seem like there is no way to fix it, but there are some things that can be done to help reduce this epidemic. One way is to have trustworthy adults for students to confide in. Students need to be able to report bullying to someone they know will keep them anonymous and actually do something about it. Usually when so...

Sexual harassment no longer in the shadows

Sexual harassment no longer in the shadows

Siarra Fleeman
November 2, 2017

In the world around us, people are now not scared to say that they have been sexually harassed in their lives. More and more celebrities are being accused and charged with sexual harassment that now women are not scared to speak out against it. Back before people were accused of this, women were scared to speak out about it. Nowadays it isn’t that unusual for women to talk about it. The wh...

Social media makes bullies bulletproof

Siarra Fleeman
November 1, 2017

Note – This is the second installment of a multi-part series of staff opinion pieces regarding the issue of bullying. Social media’s role in bullying is by hiding what you say. With Instagram you can make your profile private so only the people you want to can see it. You can make a fake account and no one knows who you are. You can talk to the person and make them feel better then talk about them to their friends and get them where they won’t talk to that person. Most people think it...

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