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  • Hearts and Hands

    by - Dec 5, 2016
    The Hearts and Hands annual craft sale features local artists’ and crafters’ work, showcasing their art once a year during the late fall just in time for the holidays. This year’s sale is located at Pony...
  • Pepe deemed hate symbol

    by - Nov 21, 2016
    A cartoon frog turned hate symbol. Pepe the Frog, an animated anthropomorphic internet meme, was added to the Anti-Defamation League’s (ADL) list of hate symbols late this September. The ADL is an international Jewish civil rights...
  • Pumpkin Patch

    by - Oct 25, 2016
    This is a place to cherish family and celebrate friends. This is the Mahaffey Ranch annual pumpkin patch tagline according to Shawna Mahaffey, owner and operator of the patch. “We wanted to add a positive event...
  • Forensic’s Tournament October 8, 2016

    by - Oct 18, 2016
    Humorous Interpretations, public forum debates and differently themed poetry all took place last weekend at the South Coast Invitational forensics tournament at MHS. Freshman Andrew Sheerin was participating in forensics for the first time at the...
  • Homecoming Pep Assembly

    by - Oct 10, 2016
    Homecoming week is coming to an end and with that comes the homecoming pep assembly. Junior Shawn Zousel said he enjoyed the assembly and had a lot of laughs. “I really enjoyed how they let anyone...
  • Passion for learning leads Isenberg to Dartmouth

    by - May 17, 2016
    Senior Lyra Isenberg has surprised many with her passion for learning and abilities in theater. Isenberg moved to the Bay Area her sophomore year in high school after attending Harwood Union in her home town of...
  • Forensics team second at state

    by - May 17, 2016
    The Forensics team had one of the most successful performances in Marshfield history at the OSAA Speech and Debate tournament this year. The team received four awards, with senior Quinn Earle earning the four-year award, senior...
  • Furry friends lend a helping paw

    by - May 17, 2016
    Furry Friends Therapy Dogs, Inc. is a Coos County organization of around 35 certified therapy dogs that are trained to help provide comfort to those in need. The organization started around 12 years ago and was...
  • From Spain to the Oregon rain

    by - May 16, 2016
    Pablo Cordobes has spent the last eight months away from friends and family in Spain so he can learn about American culture first-hand. Cordobes grew up outside Madrid, Spain with his parents Jose Luis Cordobes and...