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Cleveland Speech And Debate Team Rich in Talent, but Short on Volunteers

By Sylvia Strupp, Reporter

January 7, 2020

Cleveland’s speech and debate team, the Cannibals, coached by John “Gonzo” Gonzales and Matthew Parker, has had no shortage of talent over the past decade. In the last eight years, the Cannibals have won six Oregon School Activities Association speech and debate titles. The team is comprised of three squads (two beginning se...

NWGSD president Ali King

NWGSD Career Talk

December 12, 2019

You may not have heard of Nasty Women Get S--- Done (NWGSD), but you’ve probably seen an “In Our Amer...

Mr. Nims after his interview

Impeachment

December 10, 2019

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) announced an impeachment inquiry Sept. 24. The reason fo...

Students Walkout to Fight for Climate Justice

By Madeline Sweet and Lena Tinker

December 10, 2019

Fields of protestors packed themselves in Terry Schrunk Plaza across from city hall, sliding through the mud, sneakers ruined, cameras out, scrambling to the front of the crowd to get closer to the speakers. As rallying cheers broke the chilly morning of Sept. 20, the largest climate strike in history began.  Millions of...

Meeting ‘Dougan’ – Two Seniors Buy a Bus and Convert it into a Tiny Home on Wheels

By Madeline Sweet, News Editor

December 10, 2019

After almost two years of drawing charts and saving money, Cleveland seniors Noah Clark and Jeremy Johnson bought a 1997 E450 Ford 7.3 L turbo diesel school bus. It took a while to convince their parents, but by Aug. 2, all the parts fell into place and they bought  the bus that they now call “Dougan,” named after Douga...

Tamanawas Falls

December 10, 2019

I wake up late in the morning  and drink tea to help wipe away the drowsiness and goo over my eyelids. Once I drain my cup and gaze at the bits of tea leaves stuck to the bottom of the mug I pull wool socks over my feet and head out the door.    Leaves crunch under my boots as I slog out to the car and my mind wanders alo...

 CHS Artist Takes Aim On Gun Laws  

Michelle Roehm McCann's new book about how students

By Rael Wendrow, Arts Editor

December 6, 2019

Katie Hill, a sophomore at Cleveland, was published on Oct. 8 as the illustrator for the book, Enoug...

Video Game Back Alley: Blame It On The Goose

Video Game Back Alley: Blame It On The Goose

December 6, 2019

When the calendar turned over another page, I could feel it. The wind became chilly, the days were sh...

OGA Junior Player of the Year

Kyra Ly Named Oregon Junior Golf Player of the Year

November 21, 2019

Cleveland golfer Kyra Ly, sophomore, was named Oregon Junior Golf Player of the Year by the Oregon Golf ...

Senior Aidan Burns dribbles through Franklin defence

Boys Soccer: Warriors Season Ends in Heartbreak

November 13, 2019

After their defeat of Newberg, Sunset and then Reynolds in the quarterfinals, it was time for the Warriors to...

What’s Going On With Vaping?

By Ally Keefe and Sylvia Strupp

October 28, 2019

Photo Credit: Jordan Sindelar Vaping may not be a recent thing, but information on people getting sick and dying from it is. As of Oct. 18, the death total is 33 in the United States, but many more have gotten sick―right now, over a thousand cases of vape-related lung injury have been confirmed in 49 states and one U.S. territor...

Cleveland's Annual Harvest Festival: A Colorful Celebration of Music

Cleveland’s Annual Harvest Festival: A Colorful Celebration of Music

October 23, 2019

A warm, orange glow lit up the stage at Cleveland’s annual Harvest Festival Oct. 17 as rain poured...

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