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    D.J. Davies

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    How It Feels to Be Exchange Student Me

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    Fresh Face ft. Maile Santos

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    Inspiring Artist: Trinity Vargas

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11/08/19 Announcements

November 8, 2019

Odyssey Larsen, Beat Investigator
October 23, 2019

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A Call for Transparency
Sahuaro’s Spooktacular Orchestra Concert!
Intermediate’s Children’s Show
The Employment Training Transition from School to Work
Cow Tippers and Feline Enzyme Time
Band Day 2019 Part of Long Week for Band Members

Band Day 2019 Part of Long Week for Band Members

October 31, 2019

The 66th annual Band Day featured 40 bands from all over the southwest, including the Pride of Arizona....

The 4-1-1 on Credit Recovery Class

The 4-1-1 on Credit Recovery Class

October 25, 2019

You've failed a class and now you're in credit recovery...now what? English teachers Mrs. Watters and...

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Sport Scores
Fri, Nov 01 Football vs. Catalina Foothills 25-0W
Fri, Oct 25 Football vs. Casa Grande 34-13W
Thu, Oct 24 Girls Volleyball vs. Catalina Foothills 0-3L
Tue, Oct 22 Girls Volleyball vs. CDO 0-3L
Mon, Oct 21 Girls Volleyball vs. Casa Grande 3-2W
Thu, Oct 17 Girls Volleyball vs. Vista Grande 0-3L
Tue, Oct 15 Girls Volleyball vs. Salpointe 0-3L
Fri, Oct 11 Football vs. CDO 7-21L
Fri, Oct 04 Football vs. Salpointe 13-58L
Thu, Oct 03 Girls Volleyball vs. CDO 0-3L
Wed, Oct 02 Girls Volleyball vs. Catalina Foothills 0-3L
Tue, Oct 01 Girls Volleyball vs. Vista Grande 3-2W
Fri, Sep 27 Football vs. Sunnyside 33-22W
Thu, Sep 26 Girls Volleyball vs. Salpointe 0-3L
The Never Forgotten Kayla Mueller
Tucson Recycling Schedule Changes to Biweekly

Tucson Recycling Schedule Changes to Biweekly

November 6, 2019

Things Are Getting Spicy in Chile

Things Are Getting Spicy in Chile

November 6, 2019

New Face…Who Dis?

New Face…Who Dis?

November 4, 2019

California Burning

California Burning

November 4, 2019

The Molino Fire

The Molino Fire

November 1, 2019

Murder of Atatiana Jefferson By A White Cop

Murder of Atatiana Jefferson By A White Cop

October 24, 2019

Trans Activist Dead at 44

Trans Activist Dead at 44

October 24, 2019

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HOCO King and Queen

Winta Tekle | November 8, 2019

What’s more enticing than sitting through an entire football game? Finding out who Sahuaro’s 2020 Homecoming King and Queen are of course! Katelyn Lacoy and Philip Burish, both Seniors, won the esteemed title for Homecoming King and Queen. But they didn't expect it at all. When asked if she'd always wanted to be Homecoming Queen, Katelyn replied, "We weren't planning on running at first!" But...

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More Than Memories

Gianni Martinez, Sports Editor | November 7, 2019

Volleyball season has sadly come to an end, however, there are some special highlights caught during the season that just need to be shared. For instance, on the night of October 25th, 2019, all the seniors came together to celebrate the amazing season they got to share together as a team. Since the beginning of try-outs their freshmen year all the way to the last game of their senior year Kasey Purry,...

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We Have Spirit? No, We Don’t!

Emma Walrath, Editor in Chief | November 8, 2019

My freshman year, I attended the homecoming dance for the first time. My expectations were low as many had warned me of it being a"grind-fest." However, it was honestly so fun. I went right after the game with my closest friends and I was greeted with a room designated for only dancing.  It felt freeing. Everyone was dancing, so no one cared whether my dorky-freshman self was badly dancing or not....

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Best and Worst Zodiacs

Gabriella Jamerson, Foreign Corespondent | November 8, 2019

To start off, I'm a Capricorn, deemed the most boring and determined type of person of the zodiac. But here are a few of my favorite and least favorite zodiacs (from experience of course). My favorite Zodiacs Sagittarius-These guys are so reliable and sweet-hearted people. They are always there for you, never hesitating to help you with any problem. A mom type sign. Libra- The kindest...

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When Should We Begin Celebrating Christmas?

Amanda Mourelatos, Editor in Chief | November 8, 2019

When should Christmas decorations start being sold? When should Christmas music start playing on the radio? When should we start counting down the days until the joyous holiday arrives? NOT YET! So here I am in a Target near my house, enjoying my spooky season, when I see Christmas decorations. What is happening?! It's the middle of October! This is an outrage! Don't get me wrong, Christmas is a...

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More Than a City: Why Prop 205 Was a Bad Idea

Nathalia Valdez, Associate Editor in Chief | November 8, 2019

Prop 205 would've declare Tucson a Sanctuary City, which means a city whose municipal laws tend to protect undocumented immigrants from deportation or prosecution, despite federal immigration law. If this law would've gone through, there are multiple elements that would have come along with the proposition. It would have restricted officials from reviewing people's immigration statues, cut many of...

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Fall Unpopular Opinions

jordan ford, Opinion Editor | November 7, 2019

With autumn finally falling in, I would like to come at you AGAIN with my fall unpopular opinions. Grab your candy corn, PSL, and flannels here are my fall unpopular opinions. Candy corn: Some of y'all bout to be real mad at me but it must be said candy corn is good PERIOD. I'm sorry y'all be hating on it for no reason - it is a great delicious Spooktober treat. Just give it a try please. What...

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10 Fun Veterans Day Weekend Activities

Odyssey Larsen, Beat Investigator | November 8, 2019

With the closeout of the Tucsonan summer season, and Veterans Day soon approaching, here are 10 fun activities to do over Veterans day weekend. Tucson Everyone Runs/TMC Fleet Feet We see hundreds of runners taking the dive into a half marathon or 5K this weekend for the TMC Fleet Feet for Veterans day.  Starting at 7:15 a.m. at Old Tucson you will get to run through a handsome track in the...

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My Chemical Romance Reunites After Six Years

Amber Landon, Cougar Tales Editor | November 8, 2019

My Chemical Romance has been on hiatus for years now, but they've finally revealed a reunion show that all of the original band members will be playing at. The band came out of their six year long silence this past October, and announced a show in Los Angeles which sold out almost immediately. The band very recently announced three more shows at three music festivals. Rumors of the band returning...

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What Would You Do?

Mariana Flores, Beat Investigator | November 8, 2019

Imagine if you saw a problem going on somewhere in your every day life, whether it's at a diner, in a store, or the mall. Have you had to make a split-second decision to solve an awkward, scary, or dangerous situation? In the TV show, What Would You Do? these situations are replicated. In this ABC show, actors are hired to play different roles such as a waiter, a mother, berating teens, and many...

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The Beloved John Witherspoon Dies

Alex Herman, Sport's recorder | November 7, 2019

The legendary actor and comedian, John "Pops" Witherspoon passed away on October 29, 2019 at the age of 77.  John's memory will live on with his wife Angela and his two sons, JD and Alexander. His family released a statement stating,"We are all in shock, please give us a minute for a moment in privacy and we will celebrate his life and his work together. John used to say ‘I’m no big deal,' but...

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McKamey Manor – Torture in Disguise?

Brendon Davis, Reporter | November 6, 2019

McKamey Manor has recently spiked in popularity after it's 40+ page waiver was exposed to the internet. Many have started a petition to shut down the two haunted house locations (one in Summertown, Tennessee and the other in Huntsville, Alabama) saying that it is a "torture chamber under disguise." Included in the waiver, you have to agree that you could get a nail through the hand, a tooth pulled,...

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The Truth Behind Wildlife Tourism

Alais Alzaga, Media Arts Editor | November 6, 2019

Wildlife tourism is often seen as a fun and educational way to experience foreign animal species, but unfortunately, that isn't always the case. An often neglected subject is what happens behind the scenes at some of the wildlife tourism venues but more attention must be brought to it. There are different types of wildlife tourism, the most common and humane are places like national parks and wildlife...

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“World’s Strictest Parents” Will Change Your Attitude!

Mariana Flores, Reporter | October 24, 2019

Strict parents are strict for multiple reasons. Parents are strict because they love their kids, for health reasons, and for the kids' overall safety and well-being. Imagine if you had to live abroad in another country from your parents, living with two random parent figures for a week. That is what this show is all about. "World's Strictest Parents" is a British reality TV series that spotlights teens...

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Delivering Sahuaro's Cutting Edge News & Saving Trees
Delivering Sahuaro's Cutting Edge News & Saving Trees