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The Marin City Historical and Preservation Society officially  launched

The Marin City Historical and Preservation Society officially launched

By Catherine Stauffer November 18, 2022
Marin City’s 80th anniversary was amplified by the announcement of The Marin City Historical and Preservation Society (MCHP) in September.
MVPD officer assaulted after responding to escalating party

MVPD officer assaulted after responding to escalating party

By Nathan Robinson November 17, 2022
The Mill Valley Police Department (MVPD) responded to the scene of a rowdy party of 100 to 200 high school students in the CVS parking lot outside of the local apartments on Ashford Avenue on Nov. 5.

Student Election Ambassador Program registers Tamalpais High School students for 2022 midterms

By Emma Pearson November 17, 2022
The Marin County Department of Elections unveiled their Student Election Ambassador Program, a coalition of student volunteers serving as election ambassadors to pre-register and register young voters within their eligible high school demographic. 
Tam students disrespect Latine Unidos Mercado during lunch event

Tam students disrespect Latine Unidos Mercado during lunch event

By Kelsey Cook November 17, 2022
During the Latine Heritage Month Mercado that was held on Oct. 14 during lunch at Tamalpais High School, there was a racist incident regarding the food served.
Possible train installation in downtown Mill Valley Depot Square

Possible train installation in downtown Mill Valley Depot Square

By Nathan Robinson November 14, 2022
The Mill Valley City Council approved a plan to expand the Mill Valley Depot Square to the south in order to create an additional parcel encircling the redwood grove adjacent to Sunnyside Avenue. The plan was approved on Jan. 6. 

Tam holds first Homecomming dance since pandemic

By Griffin Gustafson November 14, 2022
Following an eventful spirit week, Tamalpais High School hosted its annual Homecoming Dance on Oct. 1. Students of all grades, dressed in their best attire, packed into the Student Center for a night full of entertainment and Tam spirit. 

Food Market for Latine Heritage Month

By Lauren Felder November 14, 2022
Food Markets for Latine Heritage Month are placed around the Tam High campus.

Poster displays list of alleged sexual assulters at Tam

By Kelsey Cook November 14, 2022
Names of people accused of allegedly sexually assaulting students of Tamalpais High School were written on Oct. 14 on the Wood Hall girls’ restroom wall. 

Macbeth and Twelfth Night plays opening Oct. 10

By Lauren Felder November 14, 2022
Tamalpais High School’s Conservatory Theater Ensemble (CTE) presents Macbeth and Twelfth Night, two Shakespeare plays opening together on Oct. 10 to 15.

Redwood High School teacher assaulted by student

By Chloe Bowman November 14, 2022
A Redwood High School student was seen punching a teacher twice in the face and then being arrested, recorded on video Thursday, Oct. 20, around 11:30 a.m.
Coho Salmon photo courtesy of Elizabeth Carnavale

Coho Salmon Return

By Chloe Bowman October 6, 2022
After more than a decade-long absence, around 300 coho salmon have been spotted in Pine Gulch Creek, the largest number that Point Reyes National Seashore has seen in 20 years.

New Attendance Policy

By Carley Lehman October 6, 2022
Tamalpais High School administration enacted a stricter attendance policy beginning Aug. 17 of this school year.
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