MHS discontinues kneeling

Kip Mayes, Reporter & Editor

October 23, 2017

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Monroe High is now enforcing a rule that states players are encouraged not to kneel for the injured during games. This rule was posted on the MHS Trojans athletics page on Sept. 22 and reads “Ladies and Gentlemen, through an...

Upward bound takes on Jefferson

Alliyah Trim, Editor & Reporter

October 13, 2017

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MCCC Upward Bound program received a grant of about $4 million to add Jefferson High School to the program and other Upward Bound expenses as of Sept. 1. Upward Bound is a program that prepares high school students for post-secondary...

45 new releases coming to Netflix

Annazean Laws, Reporter

October 12, 2017

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In October, Netflix is releasing 45 movies and T.V shows to get more views and users. HORRORS New horrors like the Netflix original “Stranger Things” season 2, is coming out Oct.27, and character Will appears more in ...

New businesses coming to Monroe

Elizabeth Smith, Reporter

October 12, 2017

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In the last year, Monroe has gotten many new businesses and is getting even more every day. Over the last summer alone Monroe has gained Menchie's, a second Taco Bell, Kikus and Dollar General and is expected to get a Panda Express,...

Girls varsity basketball to get new coach this season

Brianna Campau, Reporter

October 4, 2017

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Monroe High School’s Girls Varsity Basketball team coach has recently retired for personal reasons, so Coach Ernie Sellers is taking over the role. Sellers is very dedicated to the sport and the team. “I have a strong...

Trojan Pride Day to be held at MHS

Allan Haynes, Editor & Reporter

September 26, 2017

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On Sept. 27, MHS will be holding Trojan Pride Day, a full day event for Trojan Family Time (TFT) classes to compete against each other for a fun, group bonding, and team building experience. Last year, Principal Sandy Kreps...

Boy varsity golf plays first meet

Kaylee Watters, Reporter & Editor

June 5, 2017

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The boys’ varsity golf team had its first home meet on Friday, April 4 against Bedford, Trenton and Wyandotte Roosevelt High school. The team’s next game will be on April 24 at Saline High S chool. The team doesn’t...

Terror strikes Ariana Grande concert in Manchester

Mady Vasbinder, Reporter

June 2, 2017

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On Monday night, May 22, an otherwise normal Ariana Grande concert ended in terror, with a suicide bombing killing 22 concert-goers at the venue in Manchester. Police learned of the bombing at 10:33 pm. They are treating it...

Students give opinion on outcome of Chelsea Bruck case

Alex Schneider, Reporter

June 2, 2017

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Chelsea Bruck was 22 years-old when she was abducted at a Halloween party in the Post and Williams Road area in Frenchtown Township. She was last seen around 3 a.m. Sunday, October 26, 2014, wearing a Poison Ivy costume. It...

No music concert at Monroe Country Fair proves to be controversial

Kaylee Watters, Reporter & Editor

June 2, 2017

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For as long as anyone can remember, there has been a country concert at the Monroe County Fair. It's always been a big deal to go to these concerts. People come from all over and stand in line all day for these performers. There...

Cyber attacks cause trouble

Maryah Cheatham, Reporter

June 1, 2017

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As teens begin to enter adulthood they become more vulnerable to cyber attackers. Our latest hit was on May 12, when a hacker group going by the name “Shadow Brokers” dumped tools said to have belong to the National Security...

Schools crack down on senior pranks

Maryah Cheatham, Reporter

June 1, 2017

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Every senior gets their time to shine, each year trying to out prank the other. Senior pranks have been around for years but schools are starting to crack down on them. One of the most recent cases was when police were called...

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