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McHenry High School's student-written and -edited newspaper

The McHenry Messenger

McHenry High School's student-written and -edited newspaper

The McHenry Messenger

The Warrior Room at the Upper Campus sits empty waiting for the next school board meeting. Five local candidates are running to fill the three seats open during this years April election.

Meet the District 156 Board of Education candidates

Vanessa Moreno, News Editor March 29, 2023

Three seats in District 156's School Board will be up for grabs in the local elections this April 4. Five candidates, including three incumbents and a former member, are on the ballot.  The seven-member...

Voters cast their election on Nov. 8 in a school cafeteria in Des Moines. In McHenry County, officials judged the midterm election to be conducted freely and fairly.

Midterms in McHenry County free, fair and secure

Hunter Blake, Staff Writer December 14, 2022

The 2022 midterm elections took place on Nov. 8 across the United States and were one of the most crucial elections in history for both the Democratic and Republican parties. Midterm elections this...

Darren Bailey, who is running as a Republican against JB Pritzker to be Illinoiss Governor, has been a state senator since 2019.

Meet Darren Bailey, the Republication candidate for Illinois governor

Alayna Majkrzak, Features Editor October 21, 2022

Darren Bailey is the Republican candidate running for governor of Illinois and a state senator for the 55th District. Bailey is now running against current Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker for the position...

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