Football makes history

Paso Robles varsity football undefeated at 8-0, first in CIF The start of the school year brings about many anticipated events, from back to school shopping to the college applications, yet perhaps the most anticipated occurrence for many is the...


A finish line in sight

Boys and girls cross country teams secure spots in CIF Finals Senior Zachary Chamberlain won first place at CIF prelims Nov. 15 in 15:31, setting up a strong boys second place overall position for CIF championships Nov 22. The girls team placed...


On the decline

Crime is evident, but not as bad as it could be As another bathroom door is kept on lock-down, everyone knows what it means: yet another case of drug use, vandalism or repair this year. The bathrooms are, of course, hotspots for the school’s...


Bah, humbug!

Paso High Theatre Co. prepares “A Christmas Carol” Students may be used to seeing Scrooge atop a balcony at the Vine Street Christmas Showcase, but now Paso Robles Theatre Company will be bringing its own adaptation of the beloved tale “A...


6,677 miles away from home

Sophomore visits his hometown in Syria after 5 years  Newspaper headlines say it, news channels broadcast it, and now the world knows it: Syria is in civil war. For 3 years Syria has been in protest and war. For 5 years, sophomore Issa Mowas...

Butterbeer picture


Creamy drink from “Harry Potter” is perfect to warm up on cold days Butterbeer hails from the hallmarked halls of Hogwarts and the world of Harry Potter. It is synonymous with cold weather and is a rich drink that could help warm you up on the...


Toxic Relationships

Friendships aren’t always peaceful affairs Toxic relationships are a mental and physical strain to the body; they may make you feel lonely, unheard, and overall confused. As cliché as it sounds, they’re an emotional rollercoaster. Instead...


Two talented

Davis twins wreak havoc on opponents of PRHS athletics One of them can be found in the center of the huddle on Friday nights, directing the flow of traffic, making reads and slinging the ball around the field. The other is often trekking around the...

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