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The aurora borealis could be seen in Arizona recently.

Aurora Borealis Visible in Arizona

Eli Geist, Columnist May 21, 2024

Many travel far north just to get a glimpse of the aurora borealis; however, recently the amazing spectacle was visible across the U.S skies. This phenomenon was caused by coronal mass ejections from the...

Planes land at the Phoenix Sky Harbor airport.

Phoenix Sky Harbor to Build a New Terminal

Jameson Kowalski, Columnist May 9, 2024

Phoenix Sky Harbor is one of America’s busiest airports year in and year out. The airport, nicknamed “America’s Friendliest Airport,” has experienced a large increase in passengers passing through...

MacAlpines Diner and Soda Fountain is attempting to reopen after the pandemic.

Historic Phoenix Diner Makes Effort to Reopen

Mateo Olmos, Columnist April 19, 2024

One of Phoenix's oldest diners and soda fountains, called MacAlpines, is trying to reopen for the first time in four years after being forced to shut down due to the pandemic in 2020. However, they...

This fantastic event will celebrate Mexican culture.

C.A.L.L.E. de Arizona Presents the First Annual Mariachi and Folklórico Festival in Phoenix, Arizona

Jaslene Galindo, Columnist February 29, 2024

The first annual Phoenix Mariachi & Folklórico Festival presented by C.A.L.L.E. de Arizona and the Herberger Theater Center is scheduled for Saturday, March 2. Maestra Vanessa Ramirez, director of...

Mugshot of members of the Gilbert Goon.

Gilbert Goons Arrested

Erin McGinty, Columnist February 2, 2024

The Gilbert Goons are a group of wealthy teens that have been going around and attacking people in the Phoenix Valley. They record what they do and post it on social media. People have been referring to...

Footage of the crash.

Promposal Ruined By An Unplanned Crash

Kate Henning, Columnist December 12, 2023

At Arizona College Prep High School, senior William Vannasap became seriously injured when another student sped through a stop sign with his girlfriend in the car as a prank for his promposal. In the aftermath...

Title 42 has officially expired.

Title 42 Ends While the Biden Administration Ramps up Border Restrictions

Canon Grant, Political Analyst May 17, 2023

According to AZCentral, Title 42 ended May 11, 2023; it was a public health policy that restricted immigration for three years during the pandemic. Title 42 was adopted by former President Donald Trump...

Lori Vallow Daybell has been officially found guilty.

Lori Vallow Daybell Found Guilty in High-Profile Murder Case

Sarah Kerr, Columnist May 17, 2023

Lori Vallow Daybell, an Arizona woman, has been found guilty of the murder of her two children and conspiring to kill one other. CNN states that following the initial trial, she was transferred from Ada...

Teens looking for service hours should apply for an upcoming opportunity at the Ironwood Library.

A Summer at Ironwood Library

Amanda Mourelo, Editor of Student Opinion and Features and Extras May 8, 2023

Ironwood Library in Phoenix, Arizona, is now offering community service opportunities to teenagers 13 to 17 years of age. Phoenix Public Library states that the library is in need of spirited teens to...

The University of Arizona Tech Park, one of many tech developments that have popped up all around the valley.

Big Tech Comes to Arizona

Jameson Kowalski, Columnist April 19, 2023

The Phoenix metropolitan area has quickly become one of the fastest growing industrial locations in all of the United States. A large portion of the growth can be credited to the significant amounts of...

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