The Eagle's Tale

After idolizing the age of 16 as a child, Staff Reporter Charlie Clark 
comments about the age, claiming it it not what it is chalked up to be.

Nothing but a number

Charlie Clark, Staff Reporter
May 6, 2021
Upon entering Six Flags Over Texas, Gill's sister Katy, brother Timothy and mother Kristina begin a fun-filled family day. As they were leaving the park people ran back in the gates, running from an active shooter situation.

4 minutes of fear

Laura Gill, Staff Reporter
April 6, 2021
Clark and her siblings were rewarded with a trip to Tokyo Disney Sea after finishing their first Japanese language textbook. Japanese has three written languages: Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji. They worked on reading, writing and speaking while in the country.

Travel and Tribulations

Charlie Clark, Staff Reporter
February 3, 2021
Recipes for ...

Recipes for …

Caroline Ragland, Staff Reporter
December 15, 2020
One of the first collages Loria crafted while beginning his art journey, titled

Cut, paste, art

Blake Loria, Editor-in-Chief
December 8, 2020
Backus considers her passion for cooking and how her passion became her dream.

Baking dreams from scratch

Hannah Backus, Editor-in-Chief
December 4, 2020
For those who dislike pumpkin, this recipe can be made using a baked and mashed sweet potato instead of pumpkin puree. Nevertheless, it is the perfect recipe for the fall holidays.

Halloween recipe to fall for

Hannah Backus, Editor-in-Chief
October 27, 2020
Clark comments on how she has progressed on the piano throughout her life after playing the instrument for ten years.

In the right key

Charlie Clark, Staff Reporter
October 20, 2020
Nineteen years ago today, thousands of Americans lost their lives when hijackers took command of and crashed four planes, two of which hit the World Trade Center in New York City, N.Y. Dust and ash covered Lower Manhattan, and even though the nation was permanently affected, the day is often times neglected by Americans.

9/11 remembered, but not lived

Abigail Bell, Managing Editor
September 11, 2020
Virtual students can access their classes on the Virtual School Dashboard at Although adjusting to virtual schooling may be overwhelming, Seaton offers tips and resources to help students make the transition to an online environment.

Virtual school survival guide

Alyssa Seaton, Staff Reporter
September 9, 2020
On her first day of school, Backus was intimidated by how many students walk through Canyon High's halls.

A welcome change

Hannah Backus, Editor-in-Chief
August 31, 2020
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