Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting

Dan Meloy, News Editor

November 2, 2018

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The shooting at The Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh happened on the morning of October 27th, 2018. The victims include 88 year-old Melvin Wax, 69 year-old Irving Younger, 66 year-old Jerry Rabinowitz, brothers 59 year-ol...

Fall Festival at Adams ECLC

Hannah Howard, Reporter

November 2, 2018

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On Monday, October 29, Adams Early Childhood Learning Center held its second annual Fall Festival from five to seven PM at its site in La Quinta. A preschool center for kids with special needs, Adams holds this festival every...

Migrant Caravan

Adam Lenk, Features Editor

November 2, 2018

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On October 12, residents of San Pedro Sula, Honduras assembled at a bus terminal and prepared to make the daunting journey through Central America into Mexico and the United States. By the following day the headcount of the migran...

The Migrant Caravan Headed for the U.S.

Dan Meloy, News Editor

October 26, 2018

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On October 12th, a group of around 200 people gathered in San Pedro Sula, Honduras to start a caravan headed towards the United States. Now, around 7,300 people from Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador are going through Mexi...

Bomb Case

David Gallegos, Reporter

October 26, 2018

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There were a wave of pipe bombs sent across the country to famous people. On Thursday, there were similar packages sent to actor Robert De Niro and former vice president Joe Biden. There were 10 packages similar to those pipe ...

Starbucks Opens New “Signing Store” in an Effort to be more Inclusive

Hannah Howard, Reporter

October 26, 2018

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On October 23, Starbucks opened its first “Signing Store” in Washington D.C., and unlike the company’s other stores, every employee in this one can use fluent ASL sign language to communicate with deaf customers. This mo...

Hurricane Willa

Alexis Caban, Reporter

October 26, 2018

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It has been an intense hurricane season this year, many states have been destroyed and flooded, and now it is affecting areas around the U.S including Mexico. CNN has confirmed that NOAA added that, “there is a 75% chance that t...

Recent Listeria Outbreaks

Alexis Caban, Reporter

October 20, 2018

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The CDC and public health officials have put out a food safety alert to investigate a countrywide outbreak of listeria in ready-to-eat deli ham. Listeria is a foodborne disease that contaminates food and drinks and it can also...

Mobile Game Crisis

Giovanny Leon Ocegueda, Reporter

October 20, 2018

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Mobile games are very modern platform for today’s standards, a simple game of tapping a screen, or a game that includes building an army. Whether you love them or hate them, mobile games today are a striving market, especial...

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Joseph Maskey, Reporter

October 20, 2018

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We all know what time of the year it is… not just halloween, but Breast Cancer Awareness month too. Referred to as the annual international health campaign along with other breast cancer awareness charities. Every October of eac...

The Homecoming Prep Rally

Dan Meloy, News Editor

October 20, 2018

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The Homecoming Prep Rally took place on October 15th, 2018 from 2:40 to 3, and the Dance Team and Cheer performed together. The Prep Rally itself was The Wizard of Oz themed, and the princes/princesses and the kings/queens who have b...

Kids Dance Clinic

Mia Alexander, Reporter

October 5, 2018

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This week Rancho Mirage High School Dance Team hosted a fundraiser kids clinic to help fund for upcoming competitions, costuming and props for shows. RMHS Dance Team not only focuses on strictly training in all styles of dance...

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