Senior Signing

Marathon athletes Rene Tur Bernal and Diosvaldo Rojas.     Something special happened in Marathon this past Thursday.  Two MHS baseball players Rene Tur Bernal and Diosvaldo Rojas signed their letters of intent.  Letters of intent are informal agreements between universities and prospective players.  The established National Day of signing was Thursday, Feb. 6 on which Rene and Diosvaldo made

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Bats In School!

By Sarah Kratzert At Marathon, animals are not uncommon from iguanas to crabs, but did you know we also have bats? These flying mammals have been spotted in several locations across campus including the auditorium, the stairwells, and anywhere else a confused bat may take refuge. While bats may seem scary, don’t be alarmed! These bats are not dangerous. In

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The Importance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

by Ranisha Charles Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the most influential voices in the American Civil Rights Movement. He bravely brought awareness to major civil rights activities, emphasizing the need to protest peacefully. Dr.Martin Luther King Jr. wanted to end segregation and discrimination throughout the United States. His most famous speech “I Have a Dream” was spoken on

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Iguana Day Is Coming!

Every February 2nd, the rest of the country tunes in to the tiny town of Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania to witness resident celebrity Punxsutawney Phil withdraw from his burrow. Legend has it that if Phil sees his shadow, he will become frightened and dart back inside to the safety of his underground home. Unfortunately, this also signifies six more weeks of winter.

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Sombrero Beach Run

BY: Clare Merryman March 6, 2020 will kick off the start of the 14th annual Sombrero Beach Run in Marathon. The Key West Southernmost Runners Club welcomes you to “come for the fun, stay for the sun.” This is the number one running event of it’s kind in the Florida Keys. This year the run will take place on Saturday,

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