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Activities offered by after-school program
Newly elected school board members inducted
Professional video journalist takes over C-TV
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Unified Soccer ties for championship
Central girls volleyball is one game away from a state championship

Central girls volleyball is one game away from a state championship

October 21, 2018

The Central High girls varsity volleyball team is heading into this season with no fear, even after winning the Division One Central Section Valley Championship after defeating...

Central football still undefeated after 75-7 win

Central football still undefeated after 75-7 win

October 11, 2018

The Central Grizzlies are coming off the best season in their school's history and are looking just as formidable now after a 75 - 7 win against the Clovis West last Friday....

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Marjory Stoneman Douglas students nearly a year later
Claire Wineland’s legacy

Claire Wineland’s legacy

With her inspirational words and her goofy sense of humor, Claire Wineland became one of the most inspiring young adults on social media. From her near death experience at...

Hydroflask trendy, but consider alternatives

Hydroflask trendy, but consider alternatives

It’s hard to ignore the colorful, stainless-steel fashion statement that has become an integral part of teenage culture. Channeling their personalities through stickers...

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Anti-Straw Movement: Not a Ban

Natalie Gallegos, Staff Editor | December 18, 2018

In 2015, Texas Graduate Christine Figgener was out tagging sea turtles for research when she discovered the horrifying cause behind an injured turtle; a 4-inch straw stuck in its nose. Figgener captured the moment on her phone as a crowd of fellow marine biologists came over to help pull the straw out of the suffering turtle’s nostril. After the video was released, it caught social media attention...

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