March 9, 2020

The Grammy’s recently debuted at the end of January. With a lot of celebrity drama, it was a night not to miss.

Starting off, alternative pop artist Billie Eilish stole the show winning a total of five Grammys and making history. According to LA Times Magazine, “At 18,...

November 15, 2019

Photo by Izzy Marcelo

Orange Cross Country Boys and Girls pose together after racing in the state meet. Boys Cross Country placed eighteenth and Girls Cross Country places twentieth in the meet.

The track and cross-country teams are one of the biggest sports teams at Ora...

October 24, 2019

 Photo by Julie Kilpatrick

Spooky season is around the corner. Looking for a good scare? Check out these local haunted houses this fall season!

First off there is a well known haunted house called the 13th floor once known as the Scareatorium. This has a 3.8 star rating,...

September 26, 2019

Imagine it: a girl walks into the Pioneer stadium ready to dominate her soccer game. As she glances up at the stands, she is filled with disappointment as more than half of the fans left after the boys soccer game finished. For many girls, this is just another ordinary...

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