Print Editions

Edition 14.7 – 3/17/2017, It’s a Slam Dunk

Edition 14.6 – 2/16/2017, Are You Listening?

Edition 14.5 – 1/27/2017, Boxed In

Edition 14.4 – 12/16/2016, How Fake News Spreads

Edition 14.3 – 11/18/2016, Let’s Party

Edition 14.2 – 10/21/2016, Heroin is Here

Edition 14.1 – 9/23/2016, Stop the Pounding

Edition 13.9 – 5/13/2016, Remembering Liz

Edition 13.8 – 4/15/2016, Nerf Nuisance

Edition 13.7 – 3/11/2016, Ticket Punched

Edition 13.6 – 2/11/2016, Making us curious

Edition 13.5 – 1/15/2016, Marching Band shines in performance of a lifetime

Edition 13.4 – 12/10/2015, Beware of bacon

Edition 13.3 – 11/13/2015, End of Line, Comets fall to ‘Boro

Edition 13.2 – 10/15/2015, ‘We Are’ MYF says safety top priority

Edition 13.1 – 9/18/2015, Feminism debate rages, fueled by ‘Meninist’ Twitter account

Edition 12.9 – 5/15/2015, How we measure up

Edition 12.8 – 4/17/2015, The sound of silence

Edition 12.7 – 3/20/2015, Rare birds

Edition 12.6 – 2/20/2015, She’s not a weather forecaster

Edition 12.5 – 1/30/2015, Super Bowl bound

Edition 12.4 – 12/12/2014, Circus act

Edition 12.3 – 11/14/2014, The thrill of victory

Edition 12.2 – 10/16/2014, Choosing sides

Edition 12.1 – 9/19/2014, Hunted

Edition 11.8 – 5/16/2014, Page blocked

Edition 11.7 – 4/11/14, Armed and dangerous

Edition 11.6 – 3/14/14, Pulling the plug

Edition 11.5 – 2/14/14, Semesters… They’re coming

Edition 11.4 – 1/17/14, Snow day sacrifices

Edition 11.3 – 11/22/13, The perfect ending

Edition 11.2 – 10/25/13, Stars and stripes become latest fashion trend

Edition 11.1 – 9/27/13, Players come face to face with football’s violent reality

Edition 10.8 – 5/17/13, Seniors

Edition 10.7 – 4/19/13, Going in for the kill

Edition 10.6 – 3/15/13, Senior Monica Garcia has to cope with brain tumor

Edition 10.5 – 2/15/13, Love throughout the ages

Edition 10.4 – 1/18/13, Faces in the crowd

Edition 10.3 – 11/30/12, Life in juvy

Edition 10.2 – 10/26/12, Taken hostage

Edition 10.1 – 9/28/12, Breaking down the band

Edition 9.8 – 5/18/12, Brave hearts

Edition 9.7 – 4/20/12, The silent treatment

Edition 9.6 – 3/16/12, Listen to the lyrics. Do you know what you are listening to?

Edition 9.5– 2/17/12, GOP Candidates hit below the belt to secure nomination

Edition 9.4– 1/20/12, Living under the roof of parents who smoke

Edition 9.3– 12/2/11, US Secretary of Education Arne Duncan predicts gloomy future for American schools

Edition 9.2– 10/28/11, Controversy over yoga pants sparks debate over their place in schools

Edition 9.1– 9/30/11, Physical appearance reaps rewards in the business world

Edition 8.8– 5/20/11, One of many apocalyptic theories prophesizes end of the world on May 21, 2011

Edition 8.7– 4/15/11, Measuring the pursuit of happiness

Edition 8.6– 3/11/11, Conflicts in Middle East have personal connection to some Mason affiliates

Edition 8.5– 2/11/11, Do students have the right to know about teachers’ personal lives?

Edition 8.4– 1/14/11, Governor Kasich’s snow day legislation

Edition 8.3– 12/3/10, Prevalence of security cameras gives school a “Big Brother” feel

Edition 8.2– 10/29/10, Parents to decide the result of 2010 levy, Culbertson fills empty school board seat

Edition 8.1– 10/1/10, MHS hosts carrot vending machine, residents request to criminally charge Mason City Schools

Edition 7.8– 5/21/10, The tanning tax imposed by the Health Care bill

Edition 7.7– 4/23/10, Actualities of health care proposal can be shrouded in political bias

Edition 7.6-3/19/10, The progress former MHS state wrestling champion has made after serving time in jail

Edition 7.5– 2/12/10, Students give relief to Haiti crisis, LBGT students find “Safe Space” at school

Edition 7.4– 1/15/10, Students are faced with making healthy eating decisions in today’s increasingly overweight society

Edition 7.3– 12/4/09, Students taking rigorous courses often feel compelled to cheat in order to make the grade

Edition 7.2– 10/30/09, Students with veteran relatives and friends, as well as veterans themselves, explain the true significance of Veteran’s Day to them

Edition 7.1– 10/2/09, The overwhelming bias of opposing media viewpoints can obscure the truth

Edition 6.8– 5/21/09, Discussion of dress code rules, rule-breakers and rule-followers at MHS

Edition 6.7– 4/20/09, Following several disciplinary incidents at Mason, Rachel Hutzel, Warren County’s prosecuter, is interviewed

Edition 6.6– 3/20/09, Having the “sex talk” in school

Edition 6.5– 2/20/09, Stage kisses between student actors don’t affect them

Edition 6.4– 1/16/09, Dazed and Confused not permitted to be shown in Film Club

Edition 6.3– 12/5/08, The pervasiveness of the n-word throughout high school

Edition 6.2– 10/31/08, Swing votes, particularly in Ohio, drastically affect the outcome

Edition 6.1– 10/1/08, College presidents favor drinking age being lowered to 18

Edition 5.8 – 5/22/08, Students deal with addictions to prescription drugs

Edition 5.7 – 5/2/08, Criticism and controversy surrounding the reading of To Kill a Mockingbird

Edition 5.6 – 3/31/08, Upcoming high school students and graduated seniors talk about what they’re looking forward to in the future

Edition 5.5 – 3/7/08, How MHS students are planning on paying for college

Edition 5.4 – 1/29/08, Profile of the tragic death of a family in Mason

Edition 5.3 – 12/14/07, How the deaths and serious injuries of MHS students affect their peers

Edition 5.2 – 10/26/07, Is school spirit dead or alive?

Edition 5.1 – 9/28/07, The journey an MHS senior went through before and after having plastic surgery

Edition 4.8 – 5/31/07, The MHS girls’ softball team is headed for the state tournament for the first time in school history

Edition 4.7 – 5/2/07, Reporting on MHS teachers’ personal weight-loss battles

Edition 4.6 – 3/30/07, The March Madness craze permeates MHS

Edition 4.5 – 3/1/07, Students and teachers discuss plagiarism and cheating at MHS

Edition 4.4 – 1/31/07, How race barriers affect friendships, cliques and grades at MHS

Edition 4.3 – 12/21/06, How MHS balances political correctness with holiday greetings and religious affiliation

Edition 4.2 – 11/27/06, Blue Star banners are hung in Mason homes; how families are affected when their children join the military

Edition 4.1 – 1/27/06, Online predators contact minors over MySpace; the story of one MHS student who experienced this

Edition 3.8 – 5/26/06, Which members of the class of 2006 fit typical high school stereotypes?

Edition 3.7 – 5/3/06, Breathalyzers to be used on prom night; plans for MHS expansion delayed until ’09

Edition 3.6 – 3/31/06, Spring break deaths due to drinking are becoming more common

Edition 3.5 – 3/2/06, Students speak out about being Muslim and its affect on their high school experience

Edition 3.4 – 1/27/06, Superintendent Dr. Kevin Bright and Mason senior and cross country and track and field state champion Angela Bizzarri named as man and woman of the year, respectively, by The Chronicle

Edition 3.3 – 12/20/05, Biology dissections; the launch of MasonComets.org; MHS plans to offer online courses

Edition 3.2 – 11/4/05, Voters to decide fate of Mason School District; Intermediate student brings Bengals player to school; potential construction of skate park

Edition 3.1 – 10/7/05, Katrina victims find refuge at MHS; the death of an MHS teacher; the potential illness of an MHS teacher

Editions 1 and 2, from The Chronicle‘s first two years, are not currently available in an electronic format. We apologize for any inconvenience that may result from this.