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Jagger Rees, Staff Writer

My name is Jagger Rees and I'm a junior at Joseph A. Foran High School and also am a staff writer for Main Street Mirror. I play football and wrestle at Foran. In my spare time, I play spikeball with Shane and Will.

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Never Forget: Susan Unrad teaches Freshmen about the Holocaust on January 29, 2023.

Celebrating Liberation:

International Holocaust Remembrance Day
Jagger Rees and Laney Chan | February 2, 2024

           Horrific, inhumane, and cruel are all words that have been used to describe the Holocaust. From 1933 to 1945, six million Jewish individuals lives were taken by mass genocide, an event known as the Holocaust. Those who survived were liberated on January 27, 1945. This day is now recognized...

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Game Planning: Coach Kirkpatrick drawing up a play for the team during a timeout.

Boys Basketball

A Look Inside the Laboratory
Shane Trevethan and Jagger Rees | January 2, 2024

          The Foran Lions boys basketball team is working hard, setting goals, and visualizing a great season with a common goal in mind: to make it to states.           The boys basketball team has been having tough practices and many players are working really hard towards their goals.   ...

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Finally Christmas: Large pink tree in downtown milford fully lit up.

Lighting Up Milford

Starting the Christmas Season
Jagger Rees and Shane Trevethan | November 30, 2023

           Every year, Milford, CT hosts a tree lighting downtown on the green with several large Christmas trees and this tradition was continued on November 25, 2023. The event started at 5:00 p.m. and the lights were turned on at 6:15 p.m.            At the tree lighting there are many...

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Haunted House: Entrance to a haunted house on the Legends of Fear trail, September 30, 2023.

Legends of Fear

A Connecticut Tradition
Shane Trevethan and Jagger Rees | October 13, 2023

          Jump scares, spooky houses, and an eerie feeling will keep someone on edge the whole time they are going through the Legends of Fear haunted trail and hayride.           Many people visit and enjoy this trail every year. It takes groups of four-ten through paths in the woods and...

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