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Greta Thunberg BBC Documentary

Greta Thunberg BBC Documentary

Brendon Davis, Beat Investagator

February 17, 2020

Greta Thunberg's name is known across the world for being a young climate activist. Her surge of  popularity first came when she staged a school strike to show awareness to climate change in 2018. In other ways, she has brought light to climate issues, including climate change and global warming. At o...

The Future Of Solar Panels

The Future Of Solar Panels

Alexis Bitnar, Fresh Face Editor

February 17, 2020

In 2016 the French government announced that they made a 620-mile highway passing through Normandy, France built of solar panels instead of asphalt. The plan failed its first year as it was for it to produce 790 kilowatts per day and power 5 million homes; the panels ended up just producing half of that amount. Solar panels have been around fo...

The United Kingdom Has Officially Left the European Union

The United Kingdom Has Officially Left the European Union

Andy Mourelatos, A&E Editor

February 17, 2020

After four years of protesting and two General Elections on the Brexit Referendum, the United Kingdom (UK) has formally left the European Union (EU). On January 31st, at 11:00 pm GMT, the UK officially stopped being a part of the EU, but what does this mean for the future of the country, and how much...

Announcements Monday, February 17, 2020

Announcements Monday, February 17, 2020

February 17, 2020

Positive Quote of the day –“ Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out.” Cougar Flash – Good Morning Cougars and Happy Rodeo Break week... Congrats to our boys soccer and boys basketball teams on a wonderful season.  You guys made us all very proud.  Good luck ...

Everything You’d Want to Know About Rodeo

Everything You’d Want to Know About Rodeo

Dacey Cervantes, Senior Spotlight Editor

February 13, 2020

As mid-February starts, so does one of the top 25 pro-rodeos in the United States. This will be the 95th annual Tucson Rodeo and Parade.  Since 1925, the Tucson Rodeo Grounds has been in use every February, with thousands of people coming to enjoy the ride. With the total of 9 events spread between...

Beer Cans Feature Adoptable Shelter Dogs!

Beer Cans Feature Adoptable Shelter Dogs!

Alex Herman, Sports Recorder

February 12, 2020

The signs that always make animal lovers feel bad - the ones you usually see taped on a street pole titled "lost dog", but have you ever seen a lost dog or a dog that's in need of a family on a beer can? Because that's what's currently happening (as of now) in Bradenton, Florida. Recently, Motorworks Brewi...

Drunk Driver Runs Over Oklahoma Cross Country Team

Drunk Driver Runs Over Oklahoma Cross Country Team

Nathalia Valdez, Associate Editor-in-Chief

February 12, 2020

  On February 3rd, 2020, six cross country athletes from Moore High School in Oklahoma were hit by a drunk driver. The driver, Max Leroy Townsend, did not stop after hitting the team; he continued for another approximate 3 blocks before he was caught. Townsend's son, 29-year-old Cody Town...

Colorado Sets Off World’s Largest Firework

Colorado Sets Off World’s Largest Firework

Amanda Mourelatos, Editor in Chief

February 11, 2020

In Steamboat Springs, Colorado, the world's largest firework stretched across the skies on Saturday February 8th, 2020. The shell weighed in at 2,800 pounds and it was 62 inches in diameter. It was shot over the Steamboat Springs Winter Carnival off of a 26 foot steel tube in Emerald Mountain. The previo...

Autism-Friendly Park Coming to Tucson

Autism-Friendly Park Coming to Tucson

Nevaeh Castro, Beat Investigator

February 11, 2020

Tucson is getting a new park with a special and heart-warming purpose that most people wouldn't even think of. The park, which is going to be located near downtown Tucson, will be strategically designed to adjust to the needs of those who have autism. Intermountain Centers for Human...

Donald Trump Acquitted on Charges of Impeachment

Donald Trump Acquitted on Charges of Impeachment

Winta Tekle, Sahuaro News Editor

February 11, 2020

President Trump has been acquitted by the Senate on both charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.  The impeachment trial all began with Trump's request to Ukraine to dig up dirt on a political rival, Joe Biden. Nancy Pelosi, before the news of Ukraine broke out, warned of the need ...

Insane Iowa

Insane Iowa

Calvin Mueller, Headline News Editor

February 11, 2020

Chaos. Utter chaos. If you watched coverage of the Iowa caucus on Monday, that’s how you might describe what happened when results were delayed almost 3 days now. The Iowan Democratic Party had planned on using an app for reporting precinct results, but the app failed and caused chaos. They had to c...

Miracle Babies-Born Way Too Early

Miracle Babies-Born Way Too Early

Alorah Leinenbach, Beat Investigator

February 6, 2020

All around the world, babies pop out of the womb a little too quickly. Approximately 450,000 babies a year in the US are born prematurely, which means one in nine babies are born with deficiencies, but that number is declining going into the new decade. Some babies born too early can get something called "pr...

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