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  • A Letter to Sal Khan

    A Letter to Sal Khan

    Connor Scholl, Messenger Reporter

    February 1, 2018

    Dearest Sal, I’m currently enrolled in AP Calculus BC under the tutelage of Mrs. Stephanie Elizabeth Hinz, and I encountered a matter on your website which concerned me deeply: a certain few answ...

  • Cameron Durbin – Life is a Stage

    Cameron Durbin – Life is a Stage

    Kaitlyn Craig, Columnist and Human Interest Coordinator

    February 1, 2018

    Dedication and a drive to achieve one’s dreams are qualities that are hard to find in most teenagers, seeing that most don’t feel that their futures are close enough for them to worry much about. T...

    Brad Rankin

  • The Greatest Showman

    The Greatest Showman

    Kaitlyn Craig, Columnist and Human Interest Coordinator

    February 1, 2018

    Movies have the ability to reach people and teach lessons in a way that not all mediums can. Going to the movies is something that people do to spend time with friends, and to just entertain themselve...

  • Vick – Skipping Valentine’s

    Vick – Skipping Valentine’s

    Olivia Vick, Messenger Reporter

    January 31, 2018

    Valentine’s Day is one of the most romantic days of the year, and while sometimes it is widely celebrated, many people disregard its significance. It’s not necessary to be in a relationship to enjo...

  • Paducah for Tourists

    Paducah for Tourists

    McKenzie Crane, Social Media Manager

    January 31, 2018

    Living in Paducah can make the town seem extremely boring. When you’re used to the “small town” life, moving to a big city sounds like the ultimate dream. But as a tourist in Paducah, it actually...

  • Social Media: A Joy & A Burden

    Social Media: A Joy & A Burden

    Caleb Buford, Messenger Reporter & Business Manager

    January 24, 2018

    On January 7th, 2018, a Snapchat post threatening a school shooting was posted on a high school student’s Snapchat Story. “Don’t go to school tomorrow @MHS. Students,” the post stated with a variety of guns and and weapons laying on a covered surface in the background. The was sent from person to person in our high school community and other high school communities in our region and around the country. But, the craziest part about the spread of the post was where it started and how fast it circulated. READ MORE »»

  • The Dress Code Dilemma

    The Dress Code Dilemma

    Caleb Buford, Messenger Reporter & Business Manager

    January 11, 2018

    As students, we all have ways we want look, how we want to present ourselves, and how we want to dress. High school is a time of exploring who you want to be as a person in society. However, that time of exploring seems to be restricted as soon as any student into an educational institution. READ MORE »»

  • Teacher Spotlight: Tammy Chapman

    Teacher Spotlight: Tammy Chapman

    Tristan Cates, Messenger Reporter

    January 10, 2018

    For our final edition of 2017, we have chosen a hero of House 3, Mrs. Tammy Chapman. She attended Taylor County High School in Campbellsville, Kentucky, and pursued Math and Chemistry throughout colleg...

  • December College Signings

    December College Signings

    Caleb Buford, Messenger Reporter & Business Manager

    January 10, 2018

    Nine McCracken County High School Athletes signed their college scholarships to play at their respective colleges on December 5th, 2017 in the C-Plant Performing Arts Center. The athletes were recognized for their academic and athletic achievements. The Mustang Messenger would like to congratulate these athletes for their hard work and wish them luck in their future endeavors as college athletes! READ MORE »»

    Front Row (Left to Right): Cate Hyde, Lakyn Largent, Elizabeth Lindsey Back Row (Left to Right): Dalton Bagwell, Rook Ellington, Kyle Smith, James Michael Dodd, Cameron Langston, Luke Seed.

    Caleb Buford

  • Carter Gray: All That Jazz

    Carter Gray: All That Jazz

    Tristan Cates, Messenger Reporter

    January 5, 2018

    High school is a time in which students can expand on their personal interests, while developing their academic knowledge. Carter Gray represents the successful balance between exemplary levels of aca...

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December College Signings
  • MCHS Upcoming Events November 28, 2017
  • USA Baseball Classic April 27, 2017
  • Softball Seniors – Where Are They Going? April 26, 2017
  • Tennis Team March 6, 2017
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End of the F***ing World Review

End of the F***ing World Review

February 7, 2018

January Horoscope

January Horoscope

February 1, 2018

What To Do When You Have Writer’s Block

What To Do When You Have Writer’s Block

February 1, 2018

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