November 15, 2018
  • 11:17 am Thanksgiving Word Cross
  • 11:46 am Bomber Attacks Trump Critics
  • 11:46 am A Field Trip for the (history) Books
  • 11:41 am Powderpuff Tackle a good cause
  • 11:33 am How the Kavanuagh Hearing reflects our Society
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On November 5th, the Moline High School History Club took a field trip to the Rock Island Arsenal Museum and other parts of the Arsenal. There, our students saw over 1200 firearms, replicas of bridges, houses, sabers, and much more. While the Arsenal museum is usually closed on Mondays, the History Club got special admittance […]

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On the cold night of October 15th, a group of strong-willed girls participated in the Powderpuff football games at Browning Field. Powderpuff is an opportunity for females who are interested in the sport to play football for the night. The Freshmen versed the Sophomores while the Juniors versed the Seniors. Both new and returning participants […]

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Just before Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh , was about to be confirmed, a bomb dropped. Published in The New York Times, an anonymous woman had accused the Kavanaugh of sexual assault in her letter originally written to Senator Dianne Feinstein, a democratic representative of California. The accuser, later coming out as Professor Christine […]

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By and large, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is a coming of age story revolving around the high school life of the half-witch, Sabrina Spellman. Sabrina faces the difficult decision of standing by her mortal friends or traveling the path that her family wants her to follow. Sabrina has been raised by her two aunts […]

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Since 1958, Moline High School has put good use to the same auditorium. This school year, students for the first time will experience a brand new theater environment. The newly renovated auditorium, called the Bartlett Performing Arts Center, will be revealed sometime this school year and in turn, lots of excitement among students is circulating. […]

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  By Jane Locander Imagine a gym full of girls calling “ mine!” or “got it” as they bump, set, and spike the ball across the net. The crowd goes wild as they score the winning set! But did it ever occur to you that these volleyball players have stories of their own to tell? […]

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By: Tayler Gilmore Students, parents, and super-fans were extremely excited to make an appearance at MHS’s Homecoming soccer game where Moline faced one of their biggest rivals: United Township. Coach Sanchez ,who has been coaching for twenty-three years, kind enough to answer some questions about the season, the team, and how having the super-fans there […]

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Madison Hoyt As a sunny day was coming to an end, the MHS bonfire was readied and burned as the Moline Marching Maroons played some sick tunes, welcoming all to dance and sing. This was a spectacular way to mark the beginning of a fun and exciting movie night and homecoming week! Spider-Man: Homecoming, a […]

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By: Makayla Rangel LO’T News Editor Lives have been lost, houses have been destroyed, and devastation has occurred as a result of Hurricane Florence. The storm originated from a strong tropical wave off of the West Coast of Africa. On September 14, this Category 1 hurricane struck the East Coast. In North Carolina, South Carolina, […]

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