Students and their pets: Alanah and her horses Students and their pets: Alanah and her horses

Students and their pets: Alanah and her horses

By Oliver Crocker At Mount Vernon High School, pets are considered very important to many students. Junior Alanah Malone has had her two pet horses in her life for about as long as she can remember. It was after daycare that she came home to find her first horse, Ivy, standing in her driveway. She […]

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District Cross Country Photos District Cross Country Photos

District Cross Country Photos

The Mount Vernon-Lisbon boys’ and girls’ cross country teams competed at Solon on Thurs. Oct. 19 in the state-qualifying meet. The girls’ team placed eighth overall with sophomore Aubrey Frey punching her ticket to state as an individual runner. Frey finished 15th in the class 3A girls meet with a time of 20:26. The boys’ […]

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Students and Their Pets: Birds are a Girl’s Best Friend Students and Their Pets: Birds are a Girl’s Best Friend

Students and Their Pets: Birds are a Girl’s Best Friend

By Maddie Naeve Whoever said dogs are a girl’s best friend, never had a bird. Freshman Dani Pitts has two birds, a blue and gold macaw and a sun conure. She was inspired to adopt her first bird after she went on a vacation and visited an aviary. While she was around the birds she […]

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Mustangs’ Comeback Victory over West Liberty Mustangs’ Comeback Victory over West Liberty

Mustangs’ Comeback Victory over West Liberty

By Paige Zaruba and Ben McGuire Never getting too high, never getting too low. Overcoming obstacles, and rolling with the punches. Playing smart, physical football, and competing every single play have been Mount Vernon’s keys to success all year long. These keys were on full display during the Mustang’s gutsy comeback victory over West Liberty […]

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Spotlight

Students and their pets: Alanah and her horses

Students and their pets: Alanah and her horses

By Oliver Crocker At Mount Vernon High School, pets are considered very important to many students. Junior Alanah Malone has had her two pet horses in her life for about as long as she can remember. It was after daycare that she came home to find her first horse, Ivy, standing in her driveway. She […]

Oct 20, 2017 14:35

Video

Homecoming Parade Creates Memories for Participants and Spectators

Homecoming Parade Creates Memories for Participants and Spectators

By Tyson Dew The parade Thursday Sept. 21 started at the Mount Vernon Elementary and worked its way up to the First Street Building. Some in the parade walked, rode on floats, and some even rode in Corvettes. Senior homecoming court representative Brian Harris was one of the lucky to ride in the Corvettes. “It […]

Oct 6, 2017 15:00

Opinion

iPhone 7s Plus

iPhone 7s Plus

By Chase Martin The iPhone 7s plus is the best you can get according to recently added technology including all the premium features Apple has poured in the 7s. It’s the newest model that you can get your hands on (besides the iPhone 8 that was released Sept. 22) with all the advanced features, the […]

Oct 17, 2017 8:42

Creative Corner

Kate Margheim and her Artwork

Kate Margheim  and her Artwork

By Josh Jordan Junior Kate Margheim has been creating art for as long as she can remember. Margheim has created many works of art over the years, 10 of which have been entered into competitions. Many people know her artwork from places such as Chalk the Walk and displayed throughout the high school. Her favorite […]

Oct 16, 2017 13:05

Recent Articles

Students and their pets: Alanah and her horses

Students and their pets: Alanah and her horses

By Oliver Crocker At Mount Vernon High School, pets are considered very important to many students. Junior Alanah Malone has had her two pet horses in her life for about as long as she can remember. It was after daycare that she came home to find her first horse, Ivy, standing in her driveway. She […]

District Cross Country Photos

District Cross Country Photos

The Mount Vernon-Lisbon boys’ and girls’ cross country teams competed at Solon on Thurs. Oct. 19 in the state-qualifying meet. The girls’ team placed eighth overall with sophomore Aubrey Frey punching her ticket to state as an individual runner. Frey finished 15th in the class 3A girls meet with a time of 20:26. The boys’ […]

Students and Their Pets: Birds are a Girl’s Best Friend

Students and Their Pets: Birds are a Girl’s Best Friend

By Maddie Naeve Whoever said dogs are a girl’s best friend, never had a bird. Freshman Dani Pitts has two birds, a blue and gold macaw and a sun conure. She was inspired to adopt her first bird after she went on a vacation and visited an aviary. While she was around the birds she […]

iPhone 7s Plus

iPhone 7s Plus

By Chase Martin The iPhone 7s plus is the best you can get according to recently added technology including all the premium features Apple has poured in the 7s. It’s the newest model that you can get your hands on (besides the iPhone 8 that was released Sept. 22) with all the advanced features, the […]

Mustangs’ Comeback Victory over West Liberty

Mustangs’ Comeback Victory over West Liberty

By Paige Zaruba and Ben McGuire Never getting too high, never getting too low. Overcoming obstacles, and rolling with the punches. Playing smart, physical football, and competing every single play have been Mount Vernon’s keys to success all year long. These keys were on full display during the Mustang’s gutsy comeback victory over West Liberty […]

Kate Margheim and her Artwork

Kate Margheim  and her Artwork

By Josh Jordan Junior Kate Margheim has been creating art for as long as she can remember. Margheim has created many works of art over the years, 10 of which have been entered into competitions. Many people know her artwork from places such as Chalk the Walk and displayed throughout the high school. Her favorite […]

Mini Mustang Cheer

Mini Mustang Cheer

Story by Catherine Yeoman. Mini Mustang Cheerleading is an annual fundraiser for Mount Vernon High School Cheer. Ever football season, kids of ages from pre kindergarten through fourth grade participate in a two day camp put on by the cheerleaders. During the camp, the cheerleaders teach the Mini Mustangs three different cheers and perform at […]

Homecoming Coronation

Homecoming Coronation

By Elijah Recalde “There are a lot of great things about this school and just being nominated to the homecoming court was just an honor and a privilege,” said senior Brian Harris. The annual high school Homecoming Coronation and Powder Puff game took place Sept. 20. Seniors Grace Pettinger and Clayton Lloyd were elected to […]

Homecoming Parade Creates Memories for Participants and Spectators

Homecoming Parade Creates Memories for Participants and Spectators

By Tyson Dew The parade Thursday Sept. 21 started at the Mount Vernon Elementary and worked its way up to the First Street Building. Some in the parade walked, rode on floats, and some even rode in Corvettes. Senior homecoming court representative Brian Harris was one of the lucky to ride in the Corvettes. “It […]

Construction for Tennis Courts Causes Parking Shortage

Construction for Tennis Courts Causes Parking Shortage

By Jillian McGuire If you are a freshman driver, you have a long walk to the high school for the rest of this semester. The high school parking lot will lose about eight parking spots in the west lot to allow the contractors access to the construction site for six new tennis courts. “I think […]