Former student charged with third-degree rape

By Stephi Smith, News Editor

Snohomish County prosecutors charged a former MTHS 17-year-old male student with third-degree rape, a felony, earlier this week for a sexual assault that occurred on campus in January. (See related story). On Tuesday, the boy was charged by Snohomish County Deputy prosecutor Randy Yates. According to Yates, th...  Read More »

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The importance of home court advantage

By Irvin Zhang, Sports Editor

The men’s basketball program is has earned a spot in the post-season in eight of the past nine years – finishing as high as 4th in the WIAA State Tourney in 2013 and making it to the state regional round before losing...  Read More »

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“HONK!” musical to premiere Wednesday

“HONK!” musical to premiere Wednesday

By Annika Prom, Hawkeye Staff

The MTHS drama department is set to premiere their first musical of the year, “HONK!”, tomorrow at 7 p.m. and will continue through Saturday, Apr. 23. “HONK!” is a musical adaptation of the popular story of the ...  Read More »

April 19, 2016 • 0 comments

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