Brockovich Makes Stand Against PG&E

Kayla Beals, News Writer

December 6, 2018

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Erin Brockovich, an American legal clerk, traveled to Sonoma to discuss the litigation against PG&E for the 2017 Sonoma County Wildfires. She joined Mauro Archer & Associates Law Firm to challenge PG&E. Brockovich ...

Trump Administration Threatens Birthright Citizenship

Alexis Lage and Annie Robichaud

December 6, 2018

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President Trump has had many seemingly controversial proposals throughout his term, but the newest may be the hottest for SVHS students.    The latest proposal is an executive order negating an amendment of the United Sta...

Smoke Closes SVHS For 2 Days, Wildfires Devastate California

Justin Cox, News Editor

December 6, 2018

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Only a month after Sonoma recognized the anniversary of the Wine Country fires that set the state ablaze, the most devastating fire in California’s history began near the town of Paradise, leading to poor air quality across North...

Midterms Have Record Voter Turnout

Emily Barmore and Justin Cox

December 6, 2018

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After a season of heated debate, discussion and campaigning, the 2018 midterm election is over. On the national level, the Democrats were able to secure the 23 seats needed in the House of Representatives to gain the majority, as well a...

GSA Club Holds Transgendeer Rally

Alexis Lage and Annie Robichaud

December 6, 2018

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“Trans rights are human rights! Trans rights are human rights!” If you were to drive past SVHS around 10 a.m. on Tues. Oct. 30, you would hear Sonoma students chanting such phrases in support of their peers.   Students...

Lighting the Love While Rebuilding Emotionally

Kayla Beals, News Writer

October 22, 2018

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An assembly full of emotions took place in front of City Hall in the Sonoma Plaza on Sunday October 7th. The ceremony consisted of a bell tolling, moment of silence, and lighting of the LOVE sculpture created by Laura Kimpton and Je...

Whooping Cough Reminds Students of Sickness Prevention

Emily Barmore & Alexis Lage, News Writers

October 22, 2018

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As students begin to settle into their  routines while balancing school work, jobs, sports, and more, sickness appears to disrupt it all. This year alone, there have already been seven confirmed cases of pertussis, or whooping...

Senate Vote For Kavanaugh Is Final

Justin Cox & Kayla Beals, News Editor & News Writer

October 22, 2018

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A ‘Yes’ vote of 50 and ‘No’ vote of 48 from the Senate sent Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court position on Sat. Oct. 6. The news set off different reactions for students at SVHS, some of whom have voiced their opini...

Float Fest Disarray Jeopardizes Future

Alexis Lage & Annie Robichaud, News Writers

October 22, 2018

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The annual Homecoming pre-party, Float Fest, was booming Thursday night until a sudden ending that confused the crowd. The event was cut short by 30 minutes because of out-of-control students.   Float Fest is held in the back of the s...

New Administration Hopes to Spark a Successful Year

August 27, 2018

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With a new school year comes new changes, as SVHS has welcomed many new members, most notably a new principal and vice principal.   Mr. Justin Mori, the new principal, was the principal of the San Jose Intermediate Schoo...

Pool Possibilities Grow Nearer

Justin Cox, News Editor

August 27, 2018

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    Students may be diving into a long awaited school pool sooner rather than later, as the Sonoma Valley Unified School District are negotiating with Sonoma Splash to construct a new pool.   The Sonoma commu...

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