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The Prowl’s First Movie Critic

The Prowl’s First Movie Critic

Brett Stewart and Kellen Phillips

June 7, 2017


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Baywatch This is Baywatch beautiful students of Sonora High, and if you enjoy slow motion, action scenes, exploding objects, fit men and women, and a team building plot, you have got to go see this show. Rotten Tomatoes critics give the movie a 20%, which is considered horrendous in most cases, but ...

Goodbye High School, Hello New Beginnings

Phoebe Nelson and Cynthia Rodriguez

June 7, 2017


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What is felt when thinking about the years that are to come after high school are different for everyone? Whether that be excited, fearful, confused, to name a few, here at Sonora High, seniors are feeling one or more of these emotions with their upcoming graduation day on June 8th. Some plan on go...

The Last Rally of 2017: Rotating into Success

Hannah Wynne, Emma Lee, and Hayley Middlebrooks

June 7, 2017


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The 2016-2017 school year has been a roller coaster of grades, emotions, and no shortage of change for both students and staff at Sonora High School. The last rally of the school year, held on Friday, May 26, signaled the end of the academic season, yet shadowed at the beginnings of what is to come a...

Donut Day

David MacDonald, Reporter

June 2, 2017


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June 2, 2017, A.K.A. Donut Day, is the day for people to stuff their face with donuts. No matter the time of day, people’s eyes always light seeing a pink box of donuts. We surveyed students at Sonora High regarding how they would react to seeing one empty or not. ...

School’s Almost Out: Time for Summer Adventures

School’s Almost Out:  Time for Summer Adventures

Natalie Hawks, Photo Editor

June 2, 2017


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As we reach the final stretch of the race to school’s finish, we can’t help but daydream about the summer adventures that are to come. Surprisingly, our small county has a lot to offer when it comes summer activities… you just have to be willing to keep an open mind, as you explore the county and c...

First Year Varsity

David MacDonald, Reporter

June 2, 2017


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As a freshman, it can seem like many people do not expect a whole lot, or so it seems when first walking onto a new campus. It may seem as though freshman are like younger brothers and upperclassman are the older brothers. Seeing it like that, freshman have it hard coming into high school. Being new...

Fundraising For Fun

Hannah Wynne and Hayley Middlebrooks

May 23, 2017


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As Sonora High School is faced with a financial dilemma, numerous difficult decisions must be made. Programs are cut, classes are combined, and staff members are being let go; that doesn’t stop the clubs of Sonora High from moving forward.   Many of the school’s clubs host or attend yearly events, but w...

Enlivening Sonora’s Saturdays

Emma Lee, Feature Editor

May 19, 2017


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This Saturday morning, downtown Sonora will be a little bit brighter. Starting at 7:30 and ending at 11:30, the seasonal farmers market has started mid-May, and is scheduled to end mid-October. Steaming coffee cups leave small rings on the tables, accompanied by the flakes of fresh, delectable pa...

How to: Prepare for a Trip to the Moon & Back

Cynthia Rodriguez and Phoebe Nelson

May 18, 2017


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For generations, Prom has been a tradition at schools all across the nation. It’s a time where girls dress up and guys sharpen their looks in their best tuxedos. Prom can be dated back to the 19th century, where it was originally an event that took place for graduating students at various universiti...

Weird Laws

Weird Laws

Annie McCallister, Design Editor

May 17, 2017


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Laws are defined as a system of rules recognized as regulating the actions of its members and may be enforced by penalties. Most of the time, it is pretty easy to understand why they are necessary. However, some laws are ridiculous or downright silly. For example, in a small community in Oregon ...

Kiss my Facts

Brett Stewart and Kellen Phillips

May 12, 2017


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Public display of affection (PDA) is defined as acts of physical intimacy in the views of other people. PDA is very common at high schools and is seen here at Sonora, metaphorically roaming the hallways. Kids everyday walk around, blasting to class, and on their way, far too many couples are seen kis...

No more Snow Men calls for Tans and Summer Plans

Cynthia Rodriguez and Phoebe Nelson

May 11, 2017


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The day is fresh-washed and fair, and there is a smell of tulips and narcissus in the air. The sunshine pours in at the bath-room window and bores through the water in the bath-tub in lathes and planes of greenish-white. It cleaves the water into flaws like a jewel, and cracks it to bright light. L...

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