The Pony Express

Last remaining creators of figure skating team say goodbye

This year's figure skating team with seven excited seniors are ready to have a great last season with the help of senior Julia Bennett, senior Sydney McNurlin and senior Britta Hornback are seniors. These girls are the original creators of the team and are going to have trouble saying goodbye.

Alex Corbett, Distribution Reporter

January 15, 2020

  In 2014, a group of figure skaters came together to form a team to perform at hockey games. Senior Julia Bennett, Sydney McNurlin and Britta Hornback are the last remaining girls who helped start the team are seniors this year. They will have a difficult time saying goodbye to their Pony crea...

Smith + Trade Mercantile supports local artists

Senior Sydney McNurlin answers customer questions about certain products at Smith + Trade Mercantile. Friendly 
 and smiling customer service make the atmosphere of the store more enjoyable. Customers feel welcome, despite employees getting ready to close.

Elle Guggenberger, Graphics Editor

December 23, 2019

The downtown scene has everything from sit down restaurants, to antique stores, to gift shops, but the one thing the area was missing was an art shop as unique as Smith + Trade Mercantile. The state is full of creative faces, and TV designer Kelli Kaufer, alongside her business partner Erin Quast, de...

Girls skating team gains recognition

The team sometimes performs in between periods at hockey games. The skaters from left to right Berlim Mosssak, Grace Pugh, Sydney McNurlin, Stephanie Meiesterling, Julia Bennett, Grace Witt, Britta Hornback, Kendra Lundquist, Alecia Poppe, Sophia Weiss, Alison Bladder, Sophie Privette, Kyra Privette and Sophia Heidtke.

Nick Parent, Podcast Reporter

February 5, 2019

 The Stillwater girls skating team has been getting more attention that has been building over the past years as people become more aware of it.  The team has girls ranging from seventh grade to twelfth grade. Most people do not actually know how hard figure skating can be. The girls need to do a lot...

Deaf event fosters appreciation for deaf culture

ASL teacher Amy Caslow flips hash browns at Metro Deaf School on Nov. 10. She, along with many of her students, were volunteering at the Pancake Breakfast fundraiser.

Taylor Lee, Distribution Reporter

November 26, 2018

 On Nov. 10, a select number of ASL teacher Amy Caslow’s American Sign Language level two students went to St. Paul Metro Deaf School to complete their first of two Deaf culture events. They were instructed to interview a Deaf individual and write an essay on their experience. However, it was not on...

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