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I beat my peanut allergy
I beat my peanut allergy
Lily Ladehoff February 2, 2023

I’ve been severely allergic to peanuts my whole life. It’s been hard at times but I have been blessed with a family and community who always...

Febuary 2023 lunch menu
Febuary 2023 lunch menu
Gabe Graber, website editor • February 1, 2023

The PCM softball field as seen on Jan. 25. One of the options for moving the fields involved moving the baseball field next to it.
A sporty situation
Gabe Graber, website editor • January 29, 2023

In the summer, PCM has two sports seasons: baseball and softball. The softball field is at the high school in Monroe and the baseball field is...

The large group mixed choir at the Meistersinger Honor Choir Festival Concert.
PCM Honor Choir travels to Wartburg concert
Rylee Gallaher, staff writer • January 29, 2023

On Monday, Jan. 23, two seniors, Eleigh Davis and Isabelle Lorton, participated in the Meistersinger Honor Choir Festival Concert in Waverly,...

A photo of the PCM Alchemists robot during the process of construction. Photo taken by Justin Hall.
PCM Robobics team moves on
Justin Hall, staff writer • January 23, 2023

This last Saturday, PCM's robotics team, 18527 - The PCM Alchemists - competed in the Solar league tournament. This event was the culmination...

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Creature Feature: Platypus
Dillon Jenkins, staff writer • January 12, 2023

Platypuses don’t have teeth, they mash their food (typically bugs and small crustaceans) with gravel they scoop up with them on the riverbed. ...

January 2023 lunch menu
January 2023 lunch menu
Gabe Graber, website editor • January 1, 2023

Reed poses with one of her many honeycomb harvests from this year. Despite losing bees, the quality of honey has remained excellent.
Business still buzzing: Madie Reed reflects on her entrepreneurial endeavor
Jack Eighmey, ThunderTV Editor • December 20, 2022

A lot has changed for PCM High School senior Madie Reed in the last two years, but one thing has remained constant in her life: the buzzing of...

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