Mill Valley News

A perfect body doesn’t exist

A perfect body doesn’t exist

Gabrielle Cabrera, JAG Reporter

April 15, 2018


Filed under OPINION

Everybody wants to be who they are, but in high school they don’t always get that chance. High school is full of expectations and drama that labels teens based off their appearance. Every day teens are categorized by the typical labels of populars, geeks, jocks and outcasts. The problem is that not everyon...

Psychology club hosts first guest speaker

Psychology club hosts first guest speaker

Anika Roy, JagWire copy editor

March 3, 2018


Filed under NEWS

The newly founded Psychology club hosted its first guest speaker, licensed clinical psychotherapist Lane Laird, on Friday, March 2. Laird shared to members of the club, as well as students enrolled in both Psychology and AP Psychology courses, about his career path and the responsibilities his job entail...

Bowling takes first overall in Crown Lanes meet

Bowling takes first overall in Crown Lanes meet

February 7, 2018


Filed under BOWLING, SPORTS, Winter

Updated on Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018

Boys and girls bowling teams compete in first meet of the season

Boys and girls bowling teams compete in first meet of the season

Sydney Parker, JAG managing/copy editor

January 10, 2018


Filed under BOWLING, SPORTS, Winter

The girls and boys bowling teams competed in their first meets of the season at Park Lanes on Tuesday, Jan. 9. The girls took first place in their tournament consisting of five teams after earning a score of 1917. The boys competed against St. James and ended up losing 2142-1980. Senior Emily Jack...

The John B. Glaser Fire Station comes together to protect the City of Shawnee

The John B. Glaser Fire Station comes together to protect the City of Shawnee

Gabrielle Cabrera, JAG photographer

December 10, 2017


Filed under Special coverage

The garage doors close and the smell of smoke lingers as sighs of relief after a long call are heard throughout the John B. Glaser Fire Station on Wednesday, Nov. 29. In early 1924, the Shawnee Fire Department was organized when a group of citizens came together to collect enough money to buy a fire truck that would be staffed by vo...

Shawnee: Keep it Local

Shawnee: Keep it Local

Mill Valley News staff

December 7, 2017


Filed under SHAWNEE: KEEP IT LOCAL, Special coverage, Top stories

From the scent of pizza wafting through the kitchen of Old Shawnee Pizza to sipping hot chocolate with your friends at the Kansas City Ice Center to laughing at the bruises from playing human foosball at Kick it Foos, come explore the ins and outs of Western Shawnee. In this special project, you'll see...

Advertising company chooses Mill Valley for commercial photo shoot

Advertising company chooses Mill Valley for commercial photo shoot

November 16, 2017


Filed under NEWS

  Interview with producer Maggie McLandsborough by JAG photographer Grace Kauffman and Mill Valley Television producer Emma Barge. Mill Valley News: Please explain what you are doing at Mill Valley. Producer Maggie McLandsborough: We are shooting a production for the food service line ...

StuCo holds a First Friday to start homecoming week

StuCo holds a First Friday to start homecoming week

Ally Nguyen, Mill Valley News editor-in-chief

September 2, 2017


Filed under NEWS

  The homecoming theme this year is “I Love Kansas City,” and to start off the spirit week, StuCo held a mock First Friday before school on Friday, Sept. 1. First Fridays are a widely-known Kansas City tradition where people from the surrounding area gather to view artwork, enjoy live ...

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