MNHS Online

Clear to blurry

Camryn Mottl, Opinions Editor

March 8, 2016

The trees in the summertime, the sunset towards the evening, splashes of rain on the windowsill, all are what people see in the world everyday. The smile on a friends face, or a colorful rainbow after a storm is beauty in itself....

‘Stars’ Shine Bright Amidst Challenges

Josh Shaffer, Media Editor

February 19, 2016

While junior Sarah Hanson did not anticipate to be spending her winter break mastering a Russian accent, the challenge was worth the effort for her and her co-stars. “To See the Stars is a dramatic play that allows its actors...

Culture, Customs, and Community

Kori Christensen, Staff Writer

February 8, 2016

An overwhelming amount of excitement hits you as you stare out the small plane window, waiting to land. You take in the new landscape so different yet so enticing. Where are you? Israel, a country full of new culture, foods,...

No Technical Difficulties

No Technical Difficulties

February 8, 2016

Paleontology Rocks

Paleontology Rocks

January 7, 2016

Blades of Glory

Blades of Glory

January 7, 2016

MN students show their wild sides

Olivia Johannes, Feature Editor

November 19, 2015

Contributing to one of the best zoos in the nation and working with various species of animals has been a normal aspect of senior, Rhiannon Cobb’s, life for the last five years. Each week, Cobb works with animals from all...

Let the good times roll

Camryn Mottl, Staff Writer

November 19, 2015

The crowd roars, as sophomore Kellan Brown and freshman Megan Stackhouse take the ball down the court, ready to make another basket. The only difference is this team doesn’t run on their feet; instead, they roll their way to...

Teaming up and picking up

Haley Elder, Staff Writer

November 19, 2015

The eye-catching signs, full of trash, can be seen throughout the main hallway. The purpose of these signs are to spread the message to clean up after yourself. These signs were made by two seniors, Alex Grasso and Tatiana...

Fantasy Football Scores Big at MN

Joey Covolo, Editor-in-Chief

November 2, 2015

Every Sunday, you race to your laptop, study the matchups, and prepare for another volatile week of scoring. Who should I start at my flex? What about my defense? Facing so many problems, you have until noon to lock in your lineups. Of...

Jumping to New Heights

Kori Christensen, Opinions Editor

November 2, 2015

The wind’s whipping past your ears, your heart pounds as you race around the track. You hear the hooves pounding against the track, wait...hooves? For MN student Mitch Maurer riding horses is a regular part of his life....