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Central guitar ensemble ties for 1st at Valley guitar summit
Diverse talents featured in spring show
ROP construction takes on big project of building ‘tiny house’
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Central’s track and field heading to CIF State meet
Nine Central athletes commit on National Signing Day

Nine Central athletes commit on National Signing Day

March 18, 2018

On the February 7, 2018 National Signing Day, while athletes from all over the country were committing to colleges, nine of Central High's athletes were signing their...

The end of varsity softball’s season

The end of varsity softball’s season

March 14, 2018

Softball season is back and the 2017-2018 Central Grizzlies are ready.  Led by head coach Scott Gorton they look to come back after a great 2016-2017 season. They've started...

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Resources for summer volunteers
More than tutus & toe shoes….

More than tutus & toe shoes….

Anyone who saw Mr. Anton Romanov's beginning and advanced ballet classes dance during their annual performance in the PAC this month, would have appreciated the beautiful,...

Cosmetic & care products could be hurting your health

Cosmetic & care products could be hurting your health

We used hundreds of topical products every day assuming without fear of health risks, assuming those products have passed rigorous tests for toxicity. However, some Food and...

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Viral challenges dumb teens can’t resist

Paola Rivera, Staff Writer | May 13, 2018

Time and time again, each generation of young adults proves more bored than the last. Bored, because that’s what you must be in order to take on any of the demeaning, idiotic challenges seeping into online media in recent years. To be fair, most of us have done something stupid with friends when we’re looking entertainment on a particularly uneventful night. Yet, scores of uninteresting teens are...

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