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Fire Extinguished?

Fire Extinguished?

Tomi Lane and Brian Wong

June 7, 2017


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Despite the valiant efforts to save the beloved fire science, it is being cut from next year’s classes. As one of the CTE classes that has lost funding, Fire Science is taking a big cut. Most CTE programs, which have more students, will survive the one to two period cut, but, as many know, Fire Scienc...

Senior Prank Gone Wrong

Jessi McClenahan, News Editor

June 7, 2017


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As the 2016-17 school year came to a close, the question was thrown around if the seniors would participate in throwing a prank. In recent years, the leaving class broke the dress code one day or even rode scooters around the school in the morning. One year, they even smuggled beach balls into the g...

Showtime!

Brian Wong and Tomi Lane

June 7, 2017


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Finally, the moment all seniors have been waiting for: the end of senior projects. From May 24th to 25th, each senior gave a presentation to a group of judges on what they accomplished during their projects.  Although the presentation isn’t worth any points, it is a requirement to graduate.  The ...

The Future of the Wildcat Ranch

The Future of the Wildcat Ranch

Kaarina Thompson and Kristiina Thompson

May 30, 2017


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Continuing discussions over the fate of the Wildcat Ranch permeate Sonora High School and the community. A hot topic at board meetings, on campus, and in the community, many people seem to be talking about what will happen to the Ranch during difficult financial times at SHS. The Wildcat Ranch is...

Sonora High Track and Field: A Force to be Reckoned With

Natalie Hawks, Photo Editor

May 24, 2017


Filed under News, Sports

The Sonora High track and field team is one of the many Sonora High sports’ teams that displays diligence and determination through their successes and achievements. The unique thing about track is that anyone can join. There are several different events in track and field; from jumping to runni...

AP Freakout

Brian Wong and Tomi Lane

May 23, 2017


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On May first through May twelfth, 11% of the student body faces up to the challenge they have been preparing for all year: AP exams. Ranging from humanities to mathematics, the College Board has a variety of courses for these overachieving students. The lucky, or shall we say prepared, students who pass the hundr...

It’s a Great Day to be a Wildcat: Students and Staff Steal the Show with Style

It’s a Great Day to be a Wildcat: Students and Staff Steal the Show with Style

Brett Stewart, Kellen Phillips, and Isaiah MacDonald

May 19, 2017


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Monday:  It’s Murica bud, and Sonora High School decided to represent our outstanding nation with freedom day. Every day of the week was filled with fun outfits to wear all leading up to prom on Saturday. Monday, kids rocked and socked red, white, and blue clothing or some sweet American flags. H...

SHS Students Voice Opinions On Global Conflicts

Cynthia Rodriguez and Phoebe Nelson

May 3, 2017


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Global Conflicts have been around for centuries. Every one has left the people of the world wondering what’s next?   On April 6, 2017, the United States launched 59 Tomahawk Missiles into the Shayrat airbase located in Syria. For six years, Syria has been in a Civil War with their people and...

Deadline Pressure: Senior Project Portfolios

Deadline Pressure: Senior Project Portfolios

Jessi McClenahan, News Editor

May 1, 2017


Filed under Feature, News

For the last seven months, seniors have been working vigorously to complete an accumulative of everything they’ve been taught in high school: the Senior Project. The project had two purposes when it was first devised. One was to be a representation of everything the students had learned during t...

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