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VTA to explore alternative transit methods along Route 85, soliciting commuter feedback

VTA to explore alternative transit methods along Route 85, soliciting commuter feedback

Ria Saxena November 15, 2017

A community workshop planned by the Valley Transportation Authority for Thursday, Nov. 16, at the Mountain View Senior Center will solicit feedback from highway commuters and discuss potential transit...

Catch Peter and the Starcatcher, premiering Thursday in the theater

Catch “Peter and the Starcatcher”, premiering Thursday in the theater

Ria Saxena November 8, 2017

Slated to premiere Thursday Nov. 9 at 7 pm in the MVHS theater, “Peter and the Starcatcher” tells the reminiscent story of young Peter Pan in a world where characters say, “you can fly if you think...

Dasha Nakhabtseva: Looking Back on 15 Years in Russia

Dasha Nakhabtseva: Looking Back on 15 Years in Russia

Ria Saxena October 31, 2017

Three years ago, at the age of 15, senior Dasha Nakhabtseva decided to move alone from St. Petersburg, Russia to the United States for better educational and career opportunities. She lives here independently,...

Rias holiday treats: pumpkin chocolate chip cookies

Ria’s holiday treats: pumpkin chocolate chip cookies

Ria Saxena November 28, 2016

I hope you enjoy making this original Oracle cookie recipe as much as I did. This treat is a mixture of my two favorite things: pumpkin and cookies. Based on my taste preferences, I made these cookies...

MVHS football loses 56-27 in CCS game against St. Francis.

MVHS football loses 56-27 in CCS game against St. Francis.

Ria Saxena November 14, 2016

On Friday Nov. 11, 2016, MVHS played in the CCS football match for the first time in 11 years. Although a hard fought battle against the St. Francis Lancers, the game resulted in a Spartan loss.The game...

Halloween Costumes

Halloween Costumes

Ria Saxena November 1, 2015

On October 30, MVHS showed their ghostly spirit for Halloween. From the teachers to students of all grades, many dressed up in their own unique costumes. In classes teachers scared students or handed out...

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