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Brooke Walton is “Someone You Should Know.” Brooke was chosen as the Optimist Club’s high school recipient of the “Someone You Should Know” award for outstanding community service for the month of January. Brooke is a senior at Mt. Horeb High School.  As a DECA member her freshman and sophomore...
Several High Point Christian School students who qualified for the ACSI District Spelling Bee in Kenosha, WI this past week. A number of High Point Christian School students placed in their grade levels: Abigail Yakoub, 2nd place (first grade), Jonathan Rajiv, 1st place (second grade), Zion Beck,...

Marin Danz warms up.

“It don’t mean a thing, if ain’t got that swing,” sang the Middle School Chorale, directed by Calli Ingebritsen, and echoed throughout Taste of Jazz at Mount Horeb High School. The event took place on January 25th where audience members were treated to an evening of performances by a variety of...

McKenzie Messmann and family.

McKenzie Messmann is “Someone You Should Know.” McKenzie was chosen as the Optimist Club’s high school recipient of the “Someone You Should Know” award for outstanding community service for the month of January. McKenzie is a senior at Mt. Horeb High School.  She has been a four year High School...

A parkland victim.

In the middle of the 20th century, American schools used to run “duck and cover” drills in which students were taught to hide beneath their desks under the pretext that doing so would protect them from an atomic bomb. The A-bomb didn’t end up dropping in the United States. It was Japan that felt...
Lydia Kruse is “Someone You Should Know.” Lydia was chosen as the Optimist Club’s high school recipient of the “Someone You Should Know” award for outstanding community service for the month of January. Lydia attended Mt. Horeb High School her first three years, and is currently completing her...
Vendors of vintage farm toys filled the Mt. Horeb High School Gym and Commons on January 5th for the 28th Annual Mt. Horeb FFA Alumni Toy Show.   In addition to items for sale, the public was treated to farmstead displays and hand-crafted working machinery models.  A popular pedal tractor pull was...
“I’ve been doing this forever,” says Carlos Ávila. “I love it. My wife is the same way. We love to dance. It’s good for the body and good for the mind.” Carlos and Sonia Ávila, who have run and performed in Ballet Folklórico México for decades, will bring their diverse show to the Mount Horeb High...
The Intermediate Center recently collected items to donate to the area Giving Tree.  This is the 17th year the school has collected hats, socks, mittens, gloves, books, shampoo, conditioner, soap, toothpaste, dental floss, candy, and lotion.  Mrs. Fredrickson’s fourth grade classroom organized the...

A young girl making money for her family by posing with a snake in the village of Tonle Sap Lake in Cambodia. Photo by CEphoto, Uwe Aranas.

Nursing students at Edgewood college are providing healthcare for children in Cambodia, a developing country in which most citizens still live in poverty. Members of Mount Horeb High School’s Club Interact, located more than 8,000 miles away, helped make it happen.   Club Interact, which operates...

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