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  • MHS Fall 2016 Choir Concert

    by - Nov 9, 2016
    The first choir concert with new director William Paget took place last Thursday, Oct. 25th. According to Paget, the concert was a huge success. “It went really spectacularly,” Paget said. Senior Ali Randle is a member...
  • 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...
  • Z-Club rocks out to raise bully awareness

    by - Apr 30, 2016
      Be a buddy, not a bully. The Z-Club used the week of April 25-29 to spread awareness of bullying. According to the American Society for the Positive Care of Children, about 28 percent of students...
  • Super Tuesday Results

    by - Mar 2, 2016
      There has been much talk about Super Tuesday and its importance in deciding presidential nominees, but what exactly is it? Super Tuesday is a day in which the greatest number of states hold primary elections....
  • New Bill Demonstrates Voting Importance

    by - Feb 27, 2016
    A person has the right to be heard. It is one of the fundamental rights of an American citizen. In this democratic country, our freedom to vote is a prominent right everyone should use. However, a...
  • Fun on the Field tradition continues

    by - Sep 24, 2015
    Last Wednesday, Sept. 23, Fun on the Field took place at Pete Susick stadium following students’ regular classes. Fun on the Field is an event that includes an assembly, a fashion show from the homecoming princesses...
  • Awards Assembly Acknowledges Academic Accomplishments

    by - May 14, 2015
    The annual awards assembly, which took place Wednesday morning, started off with a welcome note and review of proper auditorium behavior and the Pledge of Allegiance before just shy of 200 students were recognized for their...
  • Plant-a-row for the Hungry

    by - Mar 18, 2015
    Inspired by the national “Plant-a-Row for the Hungry” campaign, the Oregon Coast Community Action has started its own fresh produce pantry for local families in need. The goal of the program is to encourage gardeners to...
  • 3A basketball brings community support

    by - Mar 9, 2015
    For the fifth consecutive year, Coos Bay and North Bend combined efforts to host the OSAA 3A State Basketball Tournament. The tournament kicked off Wednesday night with a dinner for all teams and coaches, with a...