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The word Spirited persists on the side of a metal shed in the midst of the Almeda fire devastation.

Truth to Power Podcast: An Unnatural Disaster

Isadora Millay, Writer September 10, 2021

You can listen to "AN UNNATURAL DISASTER" on Anchor and Spotify, here: Truth to Power releases AN UNNATURAL DISASTER, in remembrance...

Year in Review

Year in Review

David Johnson, Editor June 17, 2021

My senior year started off in a way I could have never imagined. I remember sitting in my friend’s living room at the end of summer when we received the email bearing the news all of us dreaded:...

Letter From The Editors

Letter From The Editors

the Editor Crew June 17, 2021

Dearest readers and AHS school body,   We’ve had to navigate through a lot of challenging obstacles in order to maintain the digital version of our school’s newspaper, and we’re very proud of...

Our carbon footprint and wildfire prevention

Our carbon footprint and wildfire prevention

Kiana Childs, Writer June 17, 2021

Every day this world is being affected by climate change in a multitude of ways. Even our small, secluded valley has experienced the hardships of climate change firsthand. The wildfire we all experienced...

AHS quad during lunch

Danger lies within 3 ft

An opinion piece
Bridget Burr, Writer April 30, 2021

Your own opinion on an expanded hybrid can be shared through a letter to the editors of Rogue News. The Ashland school district has decided to take after other local districts in reopening full-time....

Online school with ADHD: a how-to guide

Online school with ADHD: a how-to guide

Gabriel Dixon, Writer April 30, 2021

Throughout my time as a student, whether that be elementary school or my first year of high school, I’ve always had a more difficult time than other students when it came to focusing, because of my ADHD....

Policing Neurodivergence

Policing Neurodivergence

Nadia Johst and Phoenix Potts April 16, 2021

Content warning: ableism, suicidal ideation, and police brutality.     Mathew Rushin, a 21 year old college student was arrested and wrongfully convicted for a car accident resulting in the severe...

How to juggle all of your hobbies- including juggling

How to juggle all of your hobbies- including juggling

Ava Tobar, Writer April 6, 2021

I have quite a few hobbies, 16 in fact. Knitting, sewing, reading, traditional pencil sketching, digital art, weightlifting, ukulele, piano, embroidery, listening to music, creative writing, letter-writing,...

The vaccine scene in Ashland

The vaccine scene in Ashland

Ella Thacher, Writer March 30, 2021

As we reach the anniversary of lockdown, many are anxiously awaiting the day they can receive the coronavirus vaccine. The days of social distancing, sanitizing, and masking, becoming a thing of the past,...

The Bernie meme is one example that unified the internet after Bidens inauguration

Memes: A Unifying Force

Leila Bunker, Writer March 5, 2021

Co-vid isn’t the only thing that has gone viral this past year. Memes, often uniting the internet through mainstream media, are pictures and videos that can quickly spread across the internet. From quoting...

Students cheat constantly during online school using Quizlet, Mathway, and various other online tools.

Cheating Students are Thriving. Honest Students are Suffering.

Anonymous February 10, 2021

After a particularly grueling test in my AP science class, I was shocked to hear my teacher announce that the exam scores were great. I texted my friend in confusion and she was equally surprised. Granted,...

New Years resolutions done right

New Year’s resolutions done right

Nadia Johst January 29, 2021

The tradition of New Year’s resolutions was created in order to bring focus to a specific goal that we would like to work towards over the duration of the new year. New Year’s resolutions have been...

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