The Pony Express

Alexander Pavlicin prepares for Washington Week

This is a photo of Alexander Pavlicin accepting the first place award in the Woodbury VFW Voice of Democracy Scholarship Program. 
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Hailey Laubscher, Pony Express TV Broadcaster

February 17, 2017

Finding one's true passion in life can be very challenging, especially for students. With homework, extracurricular activities, and clubs/sports, students often have a hard time doing what interests them. One exception for this is senior Alexander Pavlicin. Pavlicin has a multitude of interests, one ...

Wallace helps community, causes positive impact

Junior Jordan Wallace laughs to herself as she enjoys the comical atmosphere of a club meeting.

Kleio Vrohidis, Online Editor

December 21, 2016

  As she sits in the hairdressers chair, she watches her pony tail fall to the ground. The hairdresser asks for consent once again to make sure she is still willing to. The locks of brown, curly hair that once reached her lower ribs, are now just barely past her shoulders. Senior Jordan ...

Students becoming a bigger part of community service

Students becoming a bigger part of community service

Lauren Gella, Social Media Reporter

October 12, 2016

Over the years, students participating in volunteer work through community service has been a great way for students to help out their community while learning what volunteer work is really about and bringing students closer to members of our community whom they otherwise would not interact with. This s...

Varsity letter in community service introduced

Photo by Caitlin Rademacher 
The varsity letter will be an addition to the front of a student’s letter jacket for the students to proudly display their hard work and effort put into the community.

Mackenzie Bottolfson, Copy Editor

December 1, 2014

Students may notice a new icon on the letter jacket this year.  Along with many other changes imposed for the 2014-15 school year, there is a new varsity letter for community service.  The award requires students to complete 100 hours of  volunteer service in a time span of 12 months, with the exception...

Students help local families through Holiday Hope

Senior Paige Hietpas helps with Holiday Hope, a program that helps Stillwater families in need during the Christmas season.

Clara Ilkka

January 12, 2014

The line went out the door and into the full parking lot. Even though it was drizzling, they were willing to wait outside. At 11 a.m., the doors open and the crowd entered the warm waiting room, where they were given fresh baked cookies, hot coffee and cocoa. Children played with toys in the backroom,...

National Honor Society continues to provide community leadership

The recent blood drive hosted by the National Honor society was a big success.

September 22, 2013

The blood drive took place Sept. 20 and Coffeehouse, a popular wintertime event, will take place this Dec. Spring will carry with it the popular food drive as well. New this year is a Toys for Tots effort in which toys are collected for less fortunate children.  The blood drive this fall was a success ...

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