COVID Changes to SVHS

Toni Arzaga, Feature Editor

October 21, 2020

By Toni Arzaga    Once COVID officially closed schools statewide in March and cases began to rise by the hundreds across the nation, Sonoma County cases also cautiously rose. Sonoma County did not break 1,000 cases until...

Re-Learning About Our New Principal

Anders Mathison

October 15, 2020

  Mrs. Jessica Hutchinson, who has been working at SVHS for over seven years, has recently been appointed as the principal, after the departure of Mr. Solorzano.   Hutchinson stated that she is “so grateful for everyone's w...

Sonoma Skies Succumb to Smoke

Aidan Griggs-Demmin & Toni Arzaga

September 24, 2020

  Sonoma Valley is feeling the effects of the widespread fires that are plaguing areas across Northern California. These fires produce smoke, which is blown over by high, persistent winds, and is now hanging over the valley,...

New Identity For No Name Cafe

Kayla Beals and Justin Cox

February 11, 2019

No Name Cafe updated its menu just in time for the new year, offering snacks and entrees that fit seasonally and to student’s likings. The No Name Cafe is now under SVUSD Food Services management due to financial details and...

Women Heard Around The World

Kayla Beals and Annie Robichaud

February 11, 2019

  “Love Trumps Hate” echoed through the Sonoma Plaza as members of the community gathered for the third year in a row to participate in the worldwide Women’s March. The march began at 10 a.m. Sophomore Jovana Saldana w...

Tradition vs. Inclusion: Mr. Dragon Controversy

Justin Cox, Kayla Beals, and Alexis Lage

February 11, 2019

  January’s Student Forum consisted of discussions about the upcoming winter dance, handicapped parking regulations, the talent show, and the controversial issue of Mr. Dragon. Sophomore Olivian Stuckey feels that “the ...

Holiday Donation Centers In Sonoma

Alexis Lage and Annie Robichaud

February 11, 2019

  The holiday season is a time to appreciate all that you have. Many families in Sonoma are fortunate enough to have a place to stay and dinner on the table every night, but there are still some families that do not.   ...

Mexican Border Controversey

Alexis Lage and Emily Barmore

February 11, 2019

  Thousands of Mexican and Central American migrants have been caravanning to the US-Mexican border since mid-October and are now camping near it. Several thousand men, women and children are crowding into a converted sport...

Lettuce Warn You About E. Coli

Kayla Beals and Annie Robichaud

February 11, 2019

  If you’re craving caesar salad, you’re going to have to wait. Almost a month after CDC warnings, the romaine lettuce section in stores are still empty. Questions began to arise when health officials sent out an unexpecte...

Brockovich Makes Stand Against PG&E

Kayla Beals, News Writer

December 6, 2018

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 ...

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