Yummy Food to Consider Making While Stuck at Home

Written by Sierra Mattair (Features Writer) It’s hard for people to be stuck inside their houses with nothing to do. Not being able to go out to eat at your favorite restaurants is especially hard. However, you can make the most of your “shelter-in-place” by making delicious food. Not only does it keep you busy, … More Yummy Food to Consider Making While Stuck at Home

What you can Watch if You’re in Need of Sports

Written by Braidan Lewis (Features Writer) This Coronavirus outbreak has turned bad for many sports fans who were anticipating the sporting world heading into the spring and summer. For starters, the NBA and NHL were heading into the end of their respective seasons and into the playoffs. Personally for me, and many other NBA fans, … More What you can Watch if You’re in Need of Sports

Some Ideas to Help you Stay Busy During the Shelter-in-Place

Written by Jersey Collins (Features Writer) We all know about the Coronavirus or COVID-19… Well, it’s stopping everybody from being able to go to school, go to work, play sports, go outside, and just simply hang out with people. Now, all the students within multiple California Counties have to do online schooling at home and … More Some Ideas to Help you Stay Busy During the Shelter-in-Place

Grocery Stores are Being Hit by Americans Panic Buying

Written by Micah Jewell (Features Writer) These last few weeks have been some of the most hectic times, not just for hospitals, but also for all grocery stores. For some people that means driving almost 100 miles to try and buy the last roll of toilet paper or hand sanitizer left. All of a sudden, … More Grocery Stores are Being Hit by Americans Panic Buying

How the Cancellation of SLVHS is Affecting People

Written by Cherise Gombatz (Features Writer) With only a couple of months of school remaining, many seniors were looking forward to going to prom and graduation with all their friends. But now that school is cancelled until May, the effect it is having on seniors may be more than it seems. As of March 25th, … More How the Cancellation of SLVHS is Affecting People

New Music To Check Out

Written by Joaquin Cruz (Features/News Writer) Recently while under quarantine due to the coronavirus, there hasn’t been much to do other than watch movies, play games and continue on with online school. But besides those things, there has also been a great amount of music being released recently by multiple artists from many different genres. … More New Music To Check Out

San Lorenzo Valley High School Performs Chicago for the Yearly Musical

San Lorenzo Valley kicked off their highly anticipated spring showcase of Chicago over this past weekend. Chicago is an American musical written by Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse based off the 1926 play of the same name. The play is set in Chicago during the jazz age, narrated by reporter Maurine Dallas Watkins, about real … More San Lorenzo Valley High School Performs Chicago for the Yearly Musical

How the Annual Rotary Club Speech Contest Took Place This Year

San Lorenzo Valley High School students take home a grand total of $350 at a local speech contest on February 13, 2020. Senior Lukas Hagar won the first-place prize of $200, Skylar Berggren the second-place prize of $100 and junior Nolan Alisago took home the third-place prize of $50. The annual Rotary Club speech contest … More How the Annual Rotary Club Speech Contest Took Place This Year

Some Springtime Flowers that are Starting to Bloom With the Warmer Weather

The flowers are blooming and it’s almost the most beautiful time of the year… Spring! Many different flowers are blooming and they are all very pretty. Some are Primrose, Pansy, Hyacinth, and Daffodil.  Primrose is a very colorful flower. It’s one of the earliest flowers to start blooming in the early spring season. The common … More Some Springtime Flowers that are Starting to Bloom With the Warmer Weather

An Overview of Felton’s Newest Addition to the Town, the Library

In November 2019, the original Felton Library shut down for good. On February 22nd, the Grand Opening of the new Felton Library took place. Built in 1893, the previous library was originally the Presbyterian Church. Felton simply did not have a library for a long time until the very first one was established in a … More An Overview of Felton’s Newest Addition to the Town, the Library