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Theater brings laughs to the holidays

Theater brings laughs to the holidays

Alex Scharz, Distribution Reporter

November 15, 2015

The theater department has two new additions, a new director and a new holiday tradition. Theater director Grif Sadow is new to this year and he has a new show coming at the beginning of Dec. Holiday Comedy Show. Improvisation is not part of the theater department or it was not until Grif Sadow...

Pony Express ranks International First Place, Quill and Scroll

Pony Express ranks International First Place, Quill and Scroll

Mary Burchill, Fashion Blog Editor

November 6, 2015

Stillwater staff and students have always taken pride in their school and achievements, which is a very long list. On the list includes the school newspaper, The Pony Express, with a staff of nearly 100 students that dedicate their school and personal time to create an award winning newspaper. ...

Captains lead their teams despite stress

Captains lead their teams despite stress

Kleio Vrohidis, Online Editor

October 28, 2015

The average student is generally compiled with heavy loads of stress, it's inevitable. It is more common than not to see a high school student stressing over something like school, extracurricular activities, or something else happening at home. The stress can become overwhelming and even unhealthy. S...

Howlett returns with open arms

Howlett returns with open arms

Nick Carlson, Read and Watch Field Reporter

October 28, 2015

Last year, Stillwater Area High School's Assistant Principal, Bill Howlett received the news that he had cancer and had to step down from his position. While the fight is still enduring, Howlett has decided to return to  once again to lend assistance and guidance to the students and staff in the b...

Concert Wind Symphony haunts the ELC

Concert Wind Symphony haunts the ELC

Taylor Johnston, Social Media Editor

October 28, 2015

Concert Wind Symphony is hosting a haunted maze in the ELC on Oct. 30 from 5 p.m to 10 p.m. Tickets will be $5 for kids and $7 for adults. They are hosting this haunted maze in hopes to raise enough money for each student so they are able to go on a trip to Washington D.C. On April 31 Concert Wind...

Pep band increases involvement in school events

Pep band increases involvement in school events

Lily Marchan, Online Editor

October 28, 2015

The Pony Pep band is having an exemplary year with many dedicated students and an abundance of school spirit. The group began late August, spending about two hours daily to learn more than 40 songs, building their library to offer a wide variety of songs to play. As the school year started and perf...

Girls tennis heads into post-season

Girls tennis heads into post-season

Matt Johnson, Social Media Editor

October 27, 2015

The girls Tennis season may seem like it is winding down, but it is actually just starting up as the girls head into the post-season. The Pony's regular season has come to a close. The Varsity girls walked away with a record of seven and five. Now that the heat is on with singles and doubles mat...

Music department puts on annual Rummage Sale

Music department puts on annual Rummage Sale

Jonathan Rustad, Copy Editor

October 27, 2015

This year's annual rummage sale took place Oct. 10 and is one of the many fundraisers that the music department has planned. The rummage sale happens every year and raises money for all three areas of the music department, the band, orchestra and choir.  The sale is run by parents of the musi...

Graduate opens dream bakery

Graduate opens dream bakery

Katie Hutton, Online Editor-in-Chief

October 27, 2015

  At the age of 15, SAHS graduate Hannah Fazendin began a folder that would start her towards her dream of opening her own bakery. Plastered on the front of the folder would be a logo with the dream bakery's name, Hannah's Homemade Heavens, and in its confines there would be dozens of recipes that Hannah had decided she would sell. Now 19, Hannah...

The past and present success of the boys Cross Country team

The past and present success of the boys Cross Country team

Lucas Braun, Social Media Editor

October 26, 2015

The boys cross country team had been extremely successful in the past and still is today. They have won multiple state titles, regional tournaments, they have even competed in national tournaments and they continue to have great success every year. They have been so successful for so long partly d...

GSA Club strives for equality

GSA Club strives for equality

Lauren Lebourgeois, Copy Editor

October 26, 2015

Gender-Sexuality Alliance Group has started their weekly meetings It is a new year and also time for the GSA group to get started. This group may be small, but it sure is mighty. It is on a mission to help students who may be struggling with their sexual orientation or gender identity. The ...

Jewelry trends making comebacks

Jewelry trends making comebacks

Lauren Feldkamp, Online Editor

October 26, 2015

From cheap chokers to expensive watches, students are willing to buy it all. Many high school students have jewelry interests that were once a hot trend and are now making their way back in style. Chokers, watches and rings are just a few of the trends making a comeback this fall. From students creating a...

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