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People Mr. Blech, Addie Shindelar, Emily Cejka, and Anya Schobert all show off their holiday spirit.
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This past week at the high school has been pretty slow. The excitement of Holiday Break has slowed the momentum of many students, but there is something that still has…

Community Mayor of Marion, Nick AbouAssaly, pictured with a group of student from Vernon Middle School, is already connecting with even younger generations. Photo provided by: Amber Bisinger, Communications Coordinator for the city of Marion.
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Tomorrow, there’s going to be a new face at Marion High School. That new face is going to the mayor of Marion, Nick AbouAssaly. AbouAssaly was voted into office two…

Entertainment Kian Weimer, senior, pictured far right, and Luke Kasner, freshman, putting the finishing touches on the band room decorations.
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It’s that time of year again. The time where people’s moods seem to brighten as much as the houses that line the streets. Most people tend to get into the…

Out & About One of the robots that the robotics teams use in their competitions.
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The robot apocalypse is on the rise, what with artificial intelligence, military robots, and vending machines. Yet some brave high schoolers venture into the terrifying world of technology for fun.…

People Cappra Svoboda, '18, donates blood during the high school blood drive on Wed., Nov. 8th.
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Imagine being a mother or father and receiving a call that your child has been in a horrific accident and needs to go to the hospital. After arriving at the…

People Junior students eat lunch on their last few days of school, knowing the seniors are already done and they are about to fill their shoes.
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Many are aware of the disease that slowly creeps up then hits all at once: senioritis. Seniors are caught up in either being completely ready to leave or not prepared…

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Walking in the doors freshman year, one tries their hardest to figure out their schedules, stay out of people’s way, and adjusting to an entirely new environment. Fast forward four…

Jobs Out of 100 students surveyed, 42% have a job and 52% don't work.
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Growing up means gaining the tools and skills necessary for adulthood. As kids reach high school and get their driver’s licenses, many choose to get a job. Jobs provide experiences…

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