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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

Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle on July 17, 2020, in Windsor, England. Barbados, which has long prided itself on being the most English of Britains former colonies in the Caribbean, announced it will be taking steps to drop Queen Elizabeth II as its head of state and to become a republic by next year, when it marks its 55th anniversary of independence from British rule.

Britain’s longest ruling monarch dead at 96

Freedom Tomasello, Staff Writer September 9, 2022

After a statement posted on Sept. 8 that Queen Elizabeth II had been hospitalized due to doctors' concern for her health, the palace officially announced her death at age 96. The royal family announced...

Residents carry bags out of an apartment building damaged by a Russian strike in suburban Kyiv, Ukraine on Monday, March 14, 2022.

Humanitarian crisis in Ukraine continues, affecting economies throughout the world

Bri Quast, Staff Writer March 15, 2022

The humanitarian crisis in Ukraine continues as Russia commits possible war crimes in attempts to gain control over major Ukrainian cities. Inflation on energy and oil continues to heighten, per President...

Demonstrations in Iran over the death of Qasem Soleimani.

Death of Iranian general stokes tension in Middle East

Kyla Henige, News Editor January 27, 2020

Going into a new decade, rumors have spread that WWIII is going to break out between the United States and Iran, along with other countries involved. But, safe to say, those are just rumors, for now. There...

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