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Abigail Bell

Abigail Bell, Managing Editor

Hi! My name is Abby (with a "y"), and I am elated to be managing editor this upcoming year. This will be my second year on staff, and I consider myself extremely lucky to be a member of this awesome team. I am a junior this year and am one of three drum majors for the Soaring Pride band. When I'm not writing or editing in the news room, conducting or playing my French horn (not in the news room), I can probably be found doing homework, watching old Disney movies, singing off-key or reading a book. Over the past two years, journalism has come to reside in a special place in my heart, and I intend to continue it through my high school--and general--career. And if the whole college thing does not work out, I plan to become an eccentric and reclusive goatherd. Happy reading!

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Benjamin Malcolm

Benjamin Malcolm

January 29, 2021
Senior Leigh Cano voted in the 2020 presidential election as a first-time voter. “I voted this year because  it means a lot to me,” Cano said. “The rights of people are in their hands right now; a lot of rights are on the line here. I want people to be happy. People’s rights are on the line here, and I don’t want those to get taken away from people, especially since I’m a woman and a person of color. In my opinion, Trump has no plan for Covid. He hasn’t done anything. Over 200,000 people have died already, and still nothing has been done at all. We’re here, in school right now; everyone wears masks, everyone sanitizes all the time, and I feel like this problem could have been solved a long time ago if we all would have just locked down and stayed inside and did what we were supposed to do.”

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November 10, 2020
Junior Bronson Kwaku said voting for former Vice President Joe Biden is voting for the lesser of two evils. “He was one of the first people to make any domestic violence laws to help protect women or men who were battered by their significant-others,

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November 10, 2020
Although sophomore Brooklyn Boman is not old enough to vote, she said she supports Republican nominee and incumbent, Donald Trump. “Either way, there’s going to be riots, and there are going to be people who are not happy with it,

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November 10, 2020
After having a hard time accepting the results of the 2016 election, senior Lauren Taylor said she is excited to see a Biden presidency. “I think it is going to go back to more when Obama was president,” Taylor said. “ I think the country will be less divided. This sounds dramatic, but I really feel like the sky will clear if Biden gets elected. I’ve been waiting for this, and I think a lot of his policies are going to positively impact this country and everyone the way Trump’s policies have not. And for Kamala Harris to be running as vice president--it is so empowering to see to see a woman on the ticket, because it is something that should've happened a long time ago. It is long overdue and really awesome. It is going to impact a lot of people in the country in a really positive way.”

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November 10, 2020
A lovely day

A lovely day

October 30, 2020
Ellie Brown

Ellie Brown

September 23, 2020
After 20 years of teaching at Canyon High, head band director Mike Sheffield will move to a new school.

A closing note

August 18, 2020
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