The Mustang Messenger

  • State Retirement Reform

    State Retirement Reform

    Caleb Buford, Messenger Reporter & Business Manager

    June 12, 2018

    Kentucky Senate Bills 1 and 151 have been in the news for quite some time now and students have heard all about them. These three bills are affecting the state retirement system, school system funding,...

  • One for the Books A Look Back

    One for the Books A Look Back

    Kaitlyn Craig, Columnist and Human Interest Coordinator

    June 12, 2018

    I have been writing book reviews for The Mustang Messenger since the very first edition three years ago. In fact, the first article I ever wrote was a book review. So I thought, for my very last “On...

  • Emma Denton

    Emma Denton

    Kaitlyn Craig, Columnist and Human Interest Coordinator

    June 12, 2018

    Everywhere you go, there will always be those people who are friends with everyone and can light up a room with their vibrant personalities. One of these people I have had the privilege to know in my lif...

    Matt Hernandez

  • A Week Of the Arts at MCHS

    A Week Of the Arts at MCHS

    Jaden Raney, Messenger Reporter

    June 12, 2018

    This month has been quite the eventful one for fine arts here at MCHS! On Monday, May 7th, the Drama 3 classes performed two one-act plays in a “Night of One Acts”. (Tracks, The Perils Of Modern E...

  • History or Hoax – The Immortal Baby

    History or Hoax – The Immortal Baby

    Caroline Dew, Senior Editor

    April 26, 2018

    We live in a day and age where medicine is constantly advancing. We also live in a day and age of fanatics and people with unconventional ideas. Sometimes, we see people with unconventional ideas about...

  • Tori Gardner: Planting Positivity

    Tori Gardner: Planting Positivity

    Caleb Buford, Messenger Reporter & Business Manager

    April 26, 2018

    There are so many outstanding people in this world and it’s hard to cover them all. But, some stand out to us, not because of their skills, not because of the awards they have earned, but the kindness and compassion these people are willing to put out to others to help them on their journey through life. Meet Tori Gardner. She might not be considered “popular” some, but she doesn’t let that stop her from showing out. “I remember my Sophomore year, I got placed on the ballet for Homecoming Court and, while we were voting, someone in my class yelled out, “Who’s Tori Gardner?!”” READ MORE »»

  • SkillsUSA

    SkillsUSA

    April 25, 2018

    The SkillsUSA team recently went to the state conference in Louisville Kentucky. The prestigious event was filled with ceremonial proceedings and honorable speeches. Among the speaker were Kentucky’s L...

  • Teacher Spotlight: Lisa Skipworth

    Teacher Spotlight: Lisa Skipworth

    Tristan Cates, Messenger Reporter

    April 25, 2018

    Our second to the last edition is bringing a spotlight onto the angel of House 1, Mrs. Lisa Skipworth. Mrs. Skipworth has been teaching for 26 years now and has devoted her time to teaching Algebra 1,...

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  • 2018 National Championship February 1, 2018
  • December College Signings January 10, 2018
  • MCHS Upcoming Events November 28, 2017
  • USA Baseball Classic April 27, 2017
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Met Gala 2018

June 12, 2018

One for the Books A Look Back

One for the Books A Look Back

June 12, 2018

Is High School Really The Best Four Years Of Your Life?

Is High School Really The Best Four Years Of Your Life?

June 12, 2018

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