London faces terror attack

Ivana Goncin, Reporter

March 30, 2017

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On March 22, a horrible devastation took place in London. A supposed terrorist attack happened on London’s very own Westminster Bridge. A grey Hyundai Tucson rammed into pedestrians. Fifty people were injured, leaving fifty...

Robotics team prepares for upcoming competition

Kaylee Watters, Reporter and Editor

March 8, 2017

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The Monroe High School robotics team will be going to its first competition of the school year this month on Mar. 9, 10 and 11 at Ann Arbor High School. The robotics team is made up of four groups: the Publications team, the...

New AP courses come to MHS

Ashton Bowman, Reporter and Editor

March 8, 2017

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It was recently announced in TFT by administration that with a new school year for 2017-18, the fall will also bring new courses for Monroe High students to take. Monroe High School currently offers Advanced Placement courses...

MHS students present ‘Murder in the Manor’

Emily Tayler, Reporter

February 21, 2017

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This year’s play includes lots of humor and mysterious twists that will have audiences on the edge of their seats.   ”Murder in the Manor,” unlike others, is very interactive with the audience. Instead of being...

MHS, MMS face potential threats

Gracyn Wener, Reporter and Editor

January 12, 2017

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Potential threats plagued Monroe Middle and High School today, Jan. 12. However, administration and law officials were on hand, making sure that “potential” never turned into reality. The threats were unrelated and, due to...

Senior class hosts winter week

Mady Vasbinder, Reporter

December 15, 2016

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Starting on Monday, Dec. 19, the senior Class of 2017 will be hosting a holiday-themed week of fundraising. The week of Dec. 19 is a shortened week, with only two and a half school days before holiday break begins on Dec. 22....

World news; disaster strikes

Alex Schneider, Reporter

December 2, 2016

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News Briefs   Gatlinburg Devastation Starting on Nov. 28, suspected human caused wildfires swept over 15,000 acres in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, destroying over 250 buildings, leaving the tourist landmine a ghost town. According...

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