• The Jordan Cove LNG Pipeline Project

    The Jordan Cove LNG Pipeline Project

    Kai Loewenstein, Reporter

    August 20, 2015

    A controversial environmental issue is the proposed LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) pipeline that would run through the Rogue Valley, known as the Jordan Cove Project. Liquefied natural gas is a fossil fuel. It liquefies when cooled to -261 degrees Fahrenheit at liquefaction plants, which is almost as cold... READ MORE »»

    Proposed pipeline. Map created by Katy Barnard

  • Top Six End of Summer Thoughts

    Top Six End of Summer Thoughts

    August 15, 2015

    For the last three months you have loved your summer vacation. You have been places. You have done things. Lets be honest you have spent a majority of your time on Netflix or sleeping, but other than that you have been out seeing the world. As summer comes to an end you will be having many feelings.... READ MORE »»


  • Football Season Preview

    Football Season Preview

    Karl Moeglein, Reporter

    July 27, 2015

    Last season started well for the Ashland football team. With six wins and no losses, the Grizzlies felt they could be just as good as the 2013 season when they made the semifinals, but it wasn’t to be. Back to back losses to Springfield and Marist set up the Grizzlies as the 10 seed in the 16 team... READ MORE »»

    Photo Credit/Karl Moeglein

  • Youth Symphony of Southern Oregon

    Youth Symphony of Southern Oregon

    Elena Patterson, Reporter

    July 15, 2015

    The Youth Symphony of Southern Oregon (YSSO) performed their spring concert series on May 29-31 in Grants Pass, Medford, and Ashland. Youth Symphony of Southern Oregon (YSSO) is a program where young musicians can come together and practice complicated music, and perform it in showcase theaters. There... READ MORE »»

    Two Youth Orchestra Players 2015

    photo by Elena Patterson

  • Ben Lucero

    Ben Lucero

    Lili Smith, Reporter

    July 5, 2015

    AHS has a plethora of students with hidden talents. As a matter of fact, the bulk of our student body has a latent gift. Some students run or swim fast, some can draw an intricate portrait in the car on the way to school. There are an abundance of common talents like singing, painting, or athletics.... READ MORE »»

    Lucero's Album Cover


Mr. Baxter: AHS Says Goodbye

Mr. Baxter: AHS Says Goodbye

Allayana Darrow, Editor in Chief

This year we are saying goodbye to one of Ashland High School’s most influential and remarkable teachers, Allison French. Her history at AHS spans across many classes including Health, Journalism, Rogue News, SAEJ and Wellness,...  Read More »

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Robitz accepted to Naval Academy

Robitz accepted to Naval Academy

Ryne Robitz, many students know him as the running back of the varsity football team or the mathematician. Robitz has been accepted into the Annapolis Naval Academy. Many know this, yet not many know the process to get into...  Read More »

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Finals: Fact or Fiction?

Finals: Fact or Fiction?

Kleya Dhenin, Reporter

Finals week is rapidly approaching. The thought of going into Mr. Wolff’s room after a night of no sleep because you were studying trig graphs and why cotangents actually matter is among the worst in the world. Preparing...  Read More »

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High School Sports Transportation

High School Sports Transportation

Sarah Bestor, Editor-in-Chief

There are many misconceptions about the way different sports are treated in high school. People frequently believe that football is favored over other sports and when Rogue News heard that the Girls Tennis Team no longer...  Read More »

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The Grizzly Boy's Track and Field Team took second place at the Crater Classic  (Photo Credit/Morgan Cottle)

Ashland Track and Field Continues Successful Season

April 20, 2015

Wyatt Thompson-Siporen won three events to pace the Grizzlies (Photo Credit/ Morgan Cottle)

Ashland Track and Field Sweeps Eagle Point

April 16, 2015

Sydney Norvell and family celebrate after she signs her letter.

Grizz Athletes Sign Letters of Intent

April 10, 2015

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Student Life

On the Business End of Instagram

On the Business End of Instagram

Milla Goldsmith, Reporter

With social media taking up the majority of our free time, and 300 million people using Instagram every day, it's not surprising a new Instagram phenomenon has gained popularity. Instagram boutiques,...  Read More »

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Bandon Dunes at Sunset

Top 10 Oregon Road Trips

June 10, 2015

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Irie Browne

June 8, 2015

photo by Amelia Sorensen

Mr. Baxter: AHS Says Goodbye

June 5, 2015

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To those they may never meet…

June 4, 2015

Dear Freshman, Although the upperclassmen may ignore...  Read More »

Mary Robitz (Far Left) Greg Walden (Left) Ryne Robitz (Right) Tim Robitz (Far Right)

Robitz accepted to Naval Academy

June 4, 2015

Ryne Robitz, many students know him as the running...  Read More »


The Demise of EA

May 12, 2015

In recent events Electronic Arts, otherwise known as...  Read More »

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