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  • Big Success or Hot Mess

    Big Success or Hot Mess

    Isabella Azar, Editor

    For the first time, ASB put on an optional pep assembly during Grizzly Period. During first period, it was announced that the pep assembly for the District and State bound teams is optional, rather than the usual required assembly. As students walked through the door they were given a raffle ticket....

  • Running Down a Stream

    Running Down a Stream

    Kayla Wentland, Staff Writer

    On Sunday February 12, over 100,000 people were evacuated in Oroville, California from their homes. The Oroville Dam is on high alert for flooding along the Feather River in Northern California and into Sacramento because of heavy rains.  Lake Oroville also gets water from the northern Sierra Nevada...

    The Oroville Dam while it was overflowing. Credit: Associated Press

  • Love is in the Air

    Love is in the Air

    Claire Dayton, Staff Writer

    February 14 is the day we draw a heart on our calendars. Although schools do not take this day off , commemorating this day of ‘love,’ happens before, during and after school is out. Junior Josh Dusin has planned for this special day. “I don't really consider this day a holiday, but more as...

    A couple getting giving Valentines gifts to each other.

  • Boys Win Big Over Kamiak

    Boys Win Big Over Kamiak

    Dawson Crosby, Staff Writer

    Tuesday night the Grizzly boys’ basketball team won big over second seed Kamiak in the Wesco 4A League Championship. The Grizzlies won 62-48, giving them the first seed in Wesco. They came into the game with a 10-1 league record while the Knights had a 9-2 record. In a compelling battle versus the...

    Win for the Grizzlies 62-48 for the District Championship.

  • The Past Fourteen Days: Obama to Trump

    The Past Fourteen Days: Obama to Trump

    Isabella Azar, Editor

    The past the two weeks have been full of headlines, goodbyes, and hellos. On Tuesday January 10, in Chicago, Illinois President Barack Obama gave his farewell address to a crowd filled with supporters, family, and friends. Throughout the beginning of his speech President Obama had a hard time getting...

    Ex-President Barak Obama and President Donald Trump Credit: PetaPixel

Academics

Music: A Help or Hindrance?

Music: A Help or Hindrance?

Sarah Elvig, Staff Writer

Does listening to music help you study? Does the kind of music that’s listened to make a difference? That’s the question that 22 Glacier Peak students were asked. All...

February 2No Comments

  • Freshmen Take On Finals Week January 25
  • Judgement Day November 20
  • Rogers will soon “Speak to the Nation” March 22

Student Life

Big Success or Hot Mess

Big Success or Hot Mess

Isabella Azar, Editor

For the first time, ASB put on an optional pep assembly during Grizzly Period. During first period, it was announced that the pep assembly for the District and State bound...

February 16No Comments

  • Flipping to Success February 14
  • Throwback Jams: The Music That Makes Us Move February 2
  • Procrastination February 2

Opinion

The Trump Train Derailed

The Trump Train Derailed

Sam Ketchem, Web Editor

Only three weeks ago, Donald Trump was elected President of the United States. In those short few weeks, the federal government has gone into a tailspin. It all started after...

February 10No Comments

“And Still, We Rise”

January 25

Junioritis

December 6

Upcoming Events

Regional Basketball Begins February 24

Regional Basketball Begins February 24

Both boys and girls basketball teams clinched the District title Feb 17. The next battle for both teams is at the regional playoffs which begin on February 24 and...

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CARE Week

CARE Week

Kindness is in the air. Wear red, yellow or green for your relationship status on Tuesday. Red=Taken, Yellow=It's complicated, Green=Free to mingle.

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Mid- Winter Break Coming Up

Mid- Winter Break Coming Up

Feels like we just had a four day weekend. Wait. We did. Another couple days off begin Friday, Feburary 17-20. Enjoy your long weekend.

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Swing Dance -All Ages

Swing Dance -All Ages

Come swing the night away as our jazz band plays tunes for the dancers. Saturday, February 11 at 6 p.m. in the commons.

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Reviews

Anna and the French Kiss

Anna and the French Kiss

Maggie Borland, Staff Writer

Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins is a fairy tale romance; a story that every teenage girl wants to live. Anna Oliphant is looking forward to her senior year in ...

January 27No Comments

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