Jazz Festival disappearance disappoints community

Allan Hayes, Editor

May 28, 2019

Monroe has become a slowly decaying small Midwestern town with heroin, sex trafficking, and a never-ending parade of closing stores, chipping away at what this town is known for. As any older community member would say, this town...

MHS track and field places sixth in SEC Red Division

Chancey Boyce, Reporter

May 17, 2019

The MHS Track Team placed sixth at the SEC Red Division Championship meet on May 10 at the Monroe High Track. Other teams attending the meet included Temperance, Bedford, Ann Arbor Skyline, Ann Arbor Huron, Saline, and Pioneer....

Class 2019 eliminates prom king and queen

Alliyah Trim, Editor-In-Chief

May 17, 2019

The class of 2019 advisors and officers decided that there will not be a king and queen at this year’s prom. Class advisor Tigra Delben said that decision was made because she and the class officers think that students should...

Tragedies in places of worship leave lasting impacts

Elizabeth Smith, Reporter

May 14, 2019

Lately, there have been quite a few tragedies happening at places of worship within many religions. In the last month alone, there has been a bombing at a church in Sri Lanka, a shooting in a California synagogue and a fire at...

MHS senior wins ISD Whole Apple Award

Alliyah Trim, Editor

May 14, 2019

Senior Logan Complo was chosen for a Whole Apple Award for General Education Peer Mentor of the Year through the Monroe County ISD. The Whole Apple Awards is a banquet in celebration of individuals that have made huge impacts to ind...

Teachers, community paint students nails for prom

Brady Cicero, Reporter

May 10, 2019

Students are very excited for the most anticipated dance of the year. Students and teachers alike love getting all dressed up for the one and only prom. This year, senior class advisor Tiagra Delben is hosting a nail event for...

MPS administration helps fund band instruments

Jaylynn Struth, Editor

April 30, 2019

The MHS band was surprised this month when district administrators delivered new instruments to the band during class.  MPS Board of Education unanimously approved the purchase of six new instruments, totaling over 30,000 dollars. T...