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Summer Fun in the PNW

Summer Fun in the PNW

Mckenna Murphy, Staff Writer
June 23, 2017
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A  goal every summer is to make it better than the last. This is no easy feat especially if money is a limiting factor, but for those living in the PNW an inexpensive and memorable summer is easier than you think. From hiking, to walking around in the city, abandoned buildings and outdoor movies, there...

Easy School Breakfasts

Easy School Breakfasts

Payton Quinn, Staff Writer
June 19, 2017
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During first period, I’ll pull out my handmade breakfast, assembled with love and thought, and watch as my fellow classmates salivate and suddenly lose their appetite for their sad bag of dried cereal. Because of this, I’ve decided to share my holy grail of school breakfasts that are easy to assemble...

Senior Farewell

Senior Farewell

Payton Quinn, Staff Writer
June 19, 2017
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Attending the graduation for the class of 2017 was bittersweet. When the students hooted and hollered as each classmate received their diploma, it was not without a slight sadness, as one by one the students ended one chapter of their lives and looked forward toward a new one. Before presenting the...

10 Must Hit Local Spots This Summer

10 Must Hit Local Spots This Summer

Logan Sandstrom, Staff Writer
June 8, 2017
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Eagle Falls Get ready for a day trip because trust me it’s hard to spend less than six hours at Eagle Falls if you’re with friends. At this popular swimming hole people go swimming, and cliff jumping all day long. Push yourself out of your comfort zone and see how high you’ll jump off. Ea...

Seniors On the Rise

Seniors On the Rise

Christina Maguire, Staff Writer
June 7, 2017
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After 13 hardworking years, seniors are graduating in less than 24 hours! It will be so exciting to see what the seniors choose to peruse with their lives after high school. Some seniors tell us their plans and what they hope to do. “I am going to college after high school and I want to get into...

10 Things to Do In Your Last 24 Hours of High School

10 Things to Do In Your Last 24 Hours of High School

Logan Sandstrom, Staff Writer
June 7, 2017
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Say good bye to your favorite teachers These people have influenced and thought of you so much throughout the last four years and have been dedicated to helping see you graduate. Picture perfect A picture like this could bring back a million memories you could’ve forgotten. Return ...

Top 8 Summer Spots In Washington

Top 8 Summer Spots In Washington

Lourdes Marmol. Kayla Wentland, Staff Writer
May 23, 2017
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With our streak of rain and gloomy days from October to March, we all crave the sun and summer breeze. With summertime blues at an all-time high, we’ve put together the ultimate list of activities for the staycationers. Here are fun and cheap things to do in the Pacific Northwest this summer: Bi...

Stars in Seattle: Inside SIFF

Stars in Seattle: Inside SIFF

Emily Nina, Staff Writer
May 19, 2017
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For those less familiar with the SIFF, it is a collection of over 400 films from 80 different countries, all premiered one after the other at various SIFF-owned theaters around the Seattle area. It has often been referred to as a "marathon, not a sprint" and "not for the faint of heart." And after...

Off to Regionals

Off to Regionals

Tyler Tschantre, Staff Writer
May 11, 2017
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The Snohomish Marine Corps JROTC Armed Drill Team had a goal from the beginning of the season which was to make it to regionals. Regionals for JROTC is like state for any sports team; the best three schools from each division go to compete in either the PFT-team ( physical fitness team), unarmed drill,...

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