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Moorhead High speech team wins third consecutive state team championship

Published May 15, 2018

The Moorhead High speech team edged Lakeville North to win a third consecutive state speech team championship, and senior Izzy Larson etched her name in the record books by winning her third consecutive speech championship at the MSHSL Class AA State Speech Tournament April 20. Read More »

Spuds baseball team wins close game

Published May 11, 2018

Moorhead High’s Jack Stetz jumps over the mitt of the third baseman for the Sioux Falls Roosevelt Rough Riders during a baseball game May 5 at Matson Field. Read More »

Hopkins Teacher of the Year works to foster love of learning

Published May 10, 2018

The phrase “Be the best you can be” hangs in Deb Booth’s classroom at Ellen Hopkins Elementary School. Booth, a literacy intervention teacher and this year’s Hopkins Teacher of the Year, believes developing joyful, lifelong learners is essential. Read More »

Horizon West teams place third, fourth and seventh in regional math tournament

Published May 9, 2018

Several Horizon Middle School West Campus students received individual awards, and Moorhead teams placed third, fourth and seventh in the Grade 6 Regional Math Masters Tournament held in Moorhead on March 16. Read More »

Grand March begins Moorhead High’s prom

Published May 8, 2018

Juniors Isaac Howe and Brook Carney participate in the Grand March at this year’s Moorhead High School prom, which was held May 5 at the school. Read More »

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