Monthly Archives: October 2010

City Hall Grand Opening

By Jeremy Warnemuende Mason News staff writer The Mason City Hall has been in operation for quite some time, but when the city hosted a grand opening for the building on Friday, the state-of-the art new City Hall officially became … Continue reading

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All On the Line for Tomorrow’s Homecoming Game

By Megan Baughman Mason News staff writer One of the most anticipated games of the year happens tomorrow for Mason High School’s football team- its homecoming game.  It’s the night to show the crowd what they have worked at all … Continue reading

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Weekend Activities for Teenage Students

By Megan Baughman Mason News staff writer With a town of 4.6 square miles, which in teenage terms, is equivalent to about 80 football fields, a high school student in the town of Mason may ask, “What is there for … Continue reading

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Mason Powderpuff

By Lauryn Schroeder Mason News Staff Writer With a 6-1 record this fall, the Mason Bulldogs are anxiously awaiting Friday’s homecoming game against Sexton. Mason High School students and teachers look forward to this week all season, and have been … Continue reading

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English Teacher Joins Mason High School Staff

By Lauryn Schroeder Mason News Staff Writer Because the Michigan Legislature passed the retirement incentive plan, thousands of new teaching positions were available this fall. By coaxing public school employees into early retirement, the bill’s goal was to save schools … Continue reading

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5 Candidates up for 3 City Council Seats

By Lauryn Schroeder Mason News staff Writer Five candidates are running for the three Mason City Council positions. City Council members enact ordinances, create different policies, and provide for the community in the best way they can. They are also … Continue reading

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Supporting Breast Cancer Awareness at Kean’s

By Allie Jarrell Mason News Staff Writer Women don’t usually need an excuse to sport a completely pink wardrobe, but it doesn’t hurt to have one. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and for the third year in a row, Kean’s … Continue reading

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