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CHS says farewell to AP Brian Pope; was a Yellowjacket alum

Audrey Leonard, Reporter

Everyone knows Brian Pope around the school as one of Colton High’s APs. Sadly, the 2015-2016 school year is his last year here at CHS. Pope will be moving on to be an AP a...  Read More »

June 6, 2016

Friday The 13th

June 1, 2016

It was a Friday morning, May 13, 2016, when Colton High Administrators and majority of students walked into the seniors “marking their te...  Read More »

Apple rotting away

May 7, 2016

Apple has become one of the world’s most known companies and as of recent we hear it is suffering? Lately Apple company hasn't been selling as ...  Read More »

Ohio execution murders shock nation numb from violence

May 7, 2016

We’ve come to expect, even ignore, stories of mass shootings, they’ve become so common. But what authorities found last week at a home back ...  Read More »

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Obama Breaks the Ice

Katthy Santiago, Reporter

Barack Obama will be the first U.S. President to visit Hiroshima in Japan, but he will not apologize for United States dropping the atomic bomb on the city at the end of World War Two on August 6, 1945. The Hiroshima tour will symbolize a new level of reconciliation between former wartime enemies who are now close allies.   On May 27th, Obama will tour the site of the...  Read More »

May 18

You might not be safe at home as you thought you were…

Alexis Ponce, Reporter

Social Media is one of the biggest parts of our daily lives. Even though we spend a good chunk of our time on social media, social media can be a dangerous to you or others. Social Media is a way to stay connected to people who don't live near us. It's even a place to go to share your thoughts or post something that's on your mind. Sometimes your life can be involved depen...  Read More »

May 13

Drugs are Lurking at Every Corner

Gorge Serrano, Reporter

Some people don’t take drug use as serious as before. Central nervous system (CNS) stimulants, CNS depressants, and hallucinogens are most common today. Almost anyone can get the hold of drugs in our age as technology exists such as the internet (sold through the dark web). Marijuana isn’t as hard to obtain anymore as it is legal now in many states for medicinal us...  Read More »

May 9

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Farewell Coach Pat!

Mike Wexler, Sports Desk

This 2015-16 track season was quite memorable with a great record and a CIF finals appearance however this season also marked the final year for Head Coach for the cross country...  Read More »

June 1, 2016

Girls Softball end the Season with a win over Fontana, 8-2

June 1, 2016

The Colton Girls softball team faced off against league rival the 5-9 in league and 10-14 overall Fontana Steelers in their...  Read More »

Softball Season Wrap Up: 2015-16 Season

June 1, 2016

As the school year comes to a close, so does the season for Colton’s Varsity softball team. The 2015-16 season was a tough...  Read More »

Athlete of the Week: Tyler Valles

May 31, 2016

Age: 17 sport: Track and Field, Relays 400 meter run Class of: 2017 JV or Varsity: Varsity Pregame ritual: N/A Motivational...  Read More »

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Arts and Entertainment

Three artist worth seeing this summer

Margaret Marin, Reporter

Summer is quickly upon us and many A-List artists are going on the road for their world tours. The only question is, who’s worth seeing this summer? Concert tickets can ...  Read More »

June 1, 2016

Overwatch worth hours of gameplay

June 1, 2016

Throughout its entirety of development, no game has had as much hype and stayed consistently enjoyable to play as Overwatch....  Read More »

It Happened in Flatbush

June 1, 2016

Rap-duo, The Underachievers, dropped their highly anticipated mixtape. This mixtape is unlike their “conscious-rap” style....  Read More »

LeBron James Breaks Out in Space Jam Sequel

May 16, 2016

On May 6th, it was announced to the public that the Cleveland Cavaliers Small Forward and NBA superstar Lebron James is going...  Read More »

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Featured Athlete

Athlete of the Week: Tyler Valles

Mario Fierro, Reporter

Age: 17 sport: Track and Field, Relays 400 meter run Class of: 2017 JV or Varsity: Varsity Pregame ritual: N/A Motivational quote: “Ba Ba Ba Ba Baa I’M...  Read More »

May 31, 2016

Athlete of the Week: Loreal Fuerte

May 11, 2016

Name: Loreal Fuerte Age: 16 Grade: 10 Sport: Softball Position: Center field JV Or Varsity: Varsity Pregame Ritual: Praying Favorite Music ...  Read More »

Athlete of the Week: Trinique Jonzun

April 25, 2016

NAME : Trinique Jonzun GRADE : Junior AGE : 17 Class of: 2017 NICKNAME : TRINIZZLE SPORT : Track, Varsity EVENT : 100 Met...  Read More »

Athlete of the week: Dominick Borbon

March 11, 2016

Name: Dominick Borbon Class of: 2016 Age: 18 Nickname: P-Do Sport: Track and Field, Distance JV or Varsity: Varsity Pre...  Read More »

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Featured Musician

Musician of the Month, Oct. 2015: Anastasia Hardin

Audrey Leonard, Reporter

Name: Anastasia Hardin Age: 15 Grade: 10 Instrument of choice: Quad drums Favorite musician: System of a Down Who/What influenced you to play: Grandparents because...  Read More »

October 22, 2015

Musician of the week: March 14: Azucena Zepeda

March 14, 2015

Name: Azucena Jazmin Zepeda Grade: 9 Instrument of choice: Flute. Favorite musician: Beethoven. Who/what influenced...  Read More »

Musician of the week

February 27, 2015

Name: Carlos Hughes Age: 15 Instrument of choice: Trumpet. Favorite Musician Arturo Sandoval. Who/What influenced...  Read More »

Musician of the Week: Feb. 6:

February 6, 2015

Name: Agustin Rojas (a.k.a Augi)   Age: 17   Grade: 11th   Instrument of choice: 5 peice drum set   Favor...  Read More »

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Keeping Colton High School informed and entertained since 1917
Keeping Colton High School informed and entertained since 1917