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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

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson delivers remarks on her nomination by President Joe Biden to serve as Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court from the Cross Hall of the White House on Friday, Feb. 25, 2022, in Washington, D.C. Sen Amy Klobuchar, D- Minn., believes there will be bipartisan support for Judge Jackson when the senate votes on her nomination.

Opinion: Supreme Court Justice Jackson would benefit the United States

Vanessa Moreno, News Editor March 21, 2022

In February, President Joe Biden nominated Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to become the 116th Associate of the U.S. Supreme Court. The nomination followed Stephen G. Breyer’s decision to retire from the...

Though masks became optional at MCHS and other schools in the state on Feb. 7, this decision puts students, staff and the larger community at risk as the school continues to face COVID-19.

Opinion: Choose safety over comfort

Lydia Lawrence, Staff Writer February 22, 2022

A student wearing a mask stumbles through the school halls that are full of students. Desperately trying to avoid contact with COVID-19 because of an ill family member at home, they become more worried...

Students partake in a mock trial held in Youth and Law on December 2 in room 320 at the Upper Campus.

Gallery: Mock trial

Vanessa Moreno, Staff Writer December 6, 2021

Students participated in a mock trial about a 16-year-old student who went to a party, drank, walked home and froze to death. After learning about proceedings before, during, and after trial, students...

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