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Friendsgiving: A New Take on an Old Holiday

Lucy Gray, Journalist November 22, 2023

Thanksgiving is a holiday most people associate with family, getting together with every relative you can, and eating hefty servings of mashed potatoes and turkey. Of course, it’s great to be thankful...

Thanksgiving Dish
(Photo Courtesy Of Nedra Asay)

Should We Really Be Celebrating Thanksgiving?

Leyla Johnson, Journalist November 22, 2023

The aroma of roasted turkey fills the air, mingling with the tantalizing scent of savory stuffing, buttery mashed potatoes, and freshly baked pies. Sparkling cider is sipped, hands are held, and smiles...

“A Picture of a Pumpkin Patch” at Bob’s Corn and Pumpkin Farm (Juliana Manley)

Thanksgiving Traditions: The New and Old

Juliana Manley, Journalist November 22, 2023

From eating hearty food to watching American Football games, Thanksgiving is a time of being with family and friends to celebrate what you are thankful for. However, this can look very different for families...

A llama with twinkle lights celebrating the season.

What holidays are most celebrated at Cavelero Mid-High School?

Ainsley Davis, Journalist November 22, 2023

Have you ever wondered which holidays are celebrated the most passionately across the globe? With so many vibrant and exciting holidays happening all year round, it's hard to tell which one truly takes...

Amanda Pfiester and Andi Heininger dressed up for a Halloween food drive, donated to the local food bank.(Photo courtesy of Christine Pfiester)

Bring Holiday Cheer To Your Local Community

Andi Heininger, Journalist November 22, 2023

Every year, the Lake Stevens community hosts multiple events to help raise money for  local charities and non-profit organizations. One of the most popular ones is the annual Holiday Maker Fair. Traditionally...

Photo of the sunset

Why Daylight Savings Time Should Be Abolished

Liah Campbell, Journalist November 22, 2023

Each spring, the time springs forward, and each fall, the time falls back. This November 5th, we got an extra hour of sleep, but in return, the sun also now sets before 5:00 PM. Daylight saving is practiced...

Stocker Farms Hunted Double Dare House. Be ready to have a fun and frighting time. ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK!

Local Farm brings the Halloween Spirit to Town

Hannah Zimmer, Journalist October 27, 2023

It's officially spooky season! Free this fall season and looking for something to do? A great local farm to visit during your free time is Stocker Farm. Stocker Farm is a great place to go for pumpkins...

1st period Leadership students making ticket poster (October 11, 2023) Kaysa Banks

Behind the Scenes of the Fall Dance (aka Ghostly Gala)

Kaysa Banks, Journalist October 26, 2023

School Dances. People go to them to enjoy themselves with their peers outside of regular school activities. However, we don’t really know that much about how they occur. No one truly knows the blood,...

Photo Advertisement for a 1910 Model T, in Salt Lake City.

Model T: The Grandfather to Modern Cars

Annalynn Mendiola, Journalist October 26, 2023

115 years ago, on September 27th, the first Ford Model T left the Piquette Avenue Plant. On the first day of October, it was sent to its first buyer. Manufactured the Ford company and brought...

Results of student survey on Cavelero lunches.

Cavelero Lunch Separation, Beneficial or Disadvantageous?

Ainsley Davis, Journalist October 26, 2023

It's a hot summer afternoon, and we're eagerly awaiting the release of our schedules for the next school year. Time seemed to crawl by, and the heat was becoming unbearable. Suddenly, I heard a notification...

Pumpkins In Fall, Courtesy of 9th Grader Hannah Lawson

Bored in Fall? There’s No Such Thing!

Juliana Manley, Journalist October 26, 2023

It’s the season of leaves falling, pumpkin-flavored everything, colder weather, autumn-scented candles, and apple cider. Every year during fall people always post pictures with that perfect autumn energy...

The autumn leaves turning brown (Photo courtesy of Hannah Lawson).

Trick or treating ages: How old is too old?

Liah Campbell, Journalist October 26, 2023

Imagine yourself as a child running from door to door on Halloween night, full of excitement and joy. You are with your friends all dressed up as ghosts, witches, and monsters, each holding a candy bucket....

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